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Cast of 'Love Boat' reunites in Florida

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Much of the original cast of “The Love Boat” were joined by several of the show’s former guest stars to help christen a new line of cruise ships in Ft. Lauderdale, Wednesday.

The reunion included Gavin Macleod (Capt. Merrill Stubing), Lauren Tewes (Cruise Director Julie McCoy), Fred Grandy (Purser Gopher Smith), Bernie Kopell (Dr. Adam Bricker), Jill Whelan (Vicki Stubing), and Ted Lange (Bartender Isaac Washington).

People magazine reports that along with the crew, several of the show’s repeat guest stars were there as well, including 8-time guest star Charo.

The other stars in the reunion were Doris Roberts, Dick Van Patten, Joyce DeWitt, Charlene Tilton, Jamie Farr, Florence Henderson, Diane Ladd, Marion Ross, Kristy McNichol, Carol Lawrence, Lee Meriwether, Jeraldine Saunders, Lorenzo Lamas, Loni Anderson, MacKenzie Phillips, Adrian Zmed, Christopher Knight, Don Most and Tracy Nelson.

“Love Boat” aired from 1977-1987. If you are feeling nostalgic for the show, according to People, TV Guide Network is airing a marathon of “Love Boat” episodes through Thursday.

New Jersey teacher takes photo of shark a million times scarier than Jaws

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A New Jersey art teacher visiting South Africa snapped a once in a lifetime photo of a great white shark with its mouth wide open.

She has her GoPro camera to thank.

“I went with my GoPro camera in hand and one day it was the perfect storm,” Amanda Brewer told ABC News. “The shark came up out of the water and I got the shot.”

She says her students think it’s the best thing they’ve ever seen.

“They see the picture in the classroom and they’re all so excited about it,” she said. “It’s been an amazing experience to share with my students.”

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"O Captain, My Captain" - Fans pay tribute across the web

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Fans of Williams paid tribute to the actor on social media with the ohcaptainmycaptain hashtag, a reference to his famous role in the movie 'Dead Poets Society'

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Celebrities react to the death of Robin Williams

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Oscar-winner Robin Williams, whose free-form comedy and adept impressions dazzled audiences for decades, has died in an apparent suicide. He was 63.

The Marin County Sheriff's Office says Williams was pronounced dead at his home in California on Monday. The sheriff's office says a preliminary investigation shows the cause of death to be a suicide due to asphyxia.

Williams shot to fame in the late '70s as the alien in TV's "Mork and Mindy." He conquered the big screen in comic films such as "Good Morning, Vietnam" and "Mrs. Doubtfire." But he won his Academy Award in a serious role — as the therapist in "Good Will Hunting."

His performing style was at its purest in his standup act, as he impersonated a Russian immigrant or parodied anyone from John Wayne to Keith Richards.

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News anchor Brian Williams raps 'Gin and Juice' in 'Tonight Show' mashup

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The strategic editing team at ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ is at it again.

Jimmy and his staff at ‘Tonight’ and on his old show, ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ have had lots of fun in the last couple of years appearing to make NBC Nightly News host Brian Williams rap along with classic hits such as the “Rappers Delight,” “Straight Outta Compton,” and “Good Vibrations.”

(Ok, so maybe that last one from Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch isn’t a “classic.”)

Of course, Williams isn’t actually rapping, but clever editing of multiple clips from newscasts makes it seem as if he is.

On Monday nights show Fallon debuted the latest rap from the veteran NBC newsman, Snoop Dogg’s “Gin & Juice.”

How does Williams feel about all the mashups?

He’s taken it all with good cheer, and even suggested a song that Fallon should use next time: “Rollout” by rapper Ludacris.

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