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Encyclopedia > List of The Dick Van Dyke Show episodes

This is a list of all The Dick Van Dyke Show episodes. The Dick Van Dyke Show was an American television situation comedy which aired on CBS from October 3, 1961 to September 7, 1966. ...

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Season 1: 1961–1962

# Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate
1 The Sick Boy and the Sitter Carl Reiner Sheldon Leonard Tuesday, October 03, 1961.
Comedy writer Rob Petrie talks his wife Laura into leaving their "sick" son Richie with a babysitter while they attend a big party. Stacy Keach guest-stars.
2 The Meershatz Pipe Carl Reiner Sheldon Leonard Tuesday, November 28, 1961.
Rob fears he is no longer needed when his cowriters do a show without his help.
3 Jealousy Carl Reiner Sheldon Leonard Tuesday, November 07, 1961.
Laura begins to worry when Rob has to work nights with a beautiful television star.
4 Sally and the Lab Technician Carl Reiner John Rich Tuesday, October 17, 1961.
Laura matches up her pharmacist cousin, Thomas, with Rob's fireball cowriter, Sally, for a lopsided dinner party.
5 Washington vs. the Bunny Carl Reiner John Rich Tuesday, October 24, 1961.
Rob is determined to go on a business trip even though Laura wants him to see their son Richie "star" in a school play.
6 Oh How We Met the Night That We Danced Carl Reiner Robert Butler Tuesday, October 31, 1961.
While rummaging through Rob's old army equipment, Rob and Laura recall that he broke her foot the night they met.
7 The Unwelcome Houseguest writers director Tuesday, November 21, 1961.
Rob reluctantly agrees to take care of Buddy's dog for the weekend and creates a furor when he brings the animal home.
8 Harrison B. Harding of Camp Crowder, MO writers director Monday, November 06, 1961.
Rob invites an old Army pal home to dinner and begins to fear he has a jewel thief on his hands.
9 My Blonde-Haired Brunette writers director Tuesday, October 10, 1961.
Laura dyes her hair blonde when she fears the romance in her marriage is fading.
10 Forty-Four Tickets writers director Tuesday, December 05, 1961.
Rob invites 44 fellow PTA members to his television show, but forgets all about it until air time.
11 To Tell or Not to Tell writers director Tuesday, November 14, 1961.
Rob and Richie find themselves more than a little lost when Laura briefly resumes her dancing career.
12 Sally Is a Girl writers director Tuesday, December 19, 1961.
Rob is accused of being a Don Juan when he takes his wife's advice and stops treating co-writer Sally as one of the boys.
13 Empress Carlotta's Necklace writers director Tuesday, December 12, 1961.
Rob proudly presents Laura with a huge, horrible necklace, but she cannot bring herself to tell him that it is an atrocity. Gavin MacLeod guest-stars.
14 Buddy, Can You Spare a Job? writers director Tuesday, December 26th, 1961.
After Buddy leaves "The Alan Brady Show" for a job that falls through, Rob and Sally conspire to get him his old job back. Lennie Weinrib guest-stars.
15 Who Owes Who What? writers director Wednesday, January 24, 1962.
Rob's forgotten loan turns into a forgotten debt, and a television script.
16 Sol and the Sponsor writers director Wednesday, April 11, 1962.
A fancy dinner party for Rob's television sponsor and his wife is enlivened by the arrival of Rob's old Army buddy.
17 The Curious Thing About Women writers director Wednesday, January 10, 1962.
Rob's sense of humor backfires when he decides to base a television skit on Laura's penchant for opening his mail.
18 Punch Thy Neighbor writers director Wednesday, January 17, 1962.
Rob's dentist pal, Jerry, strains the friendship when he starts knocking Rob's television show in public.
19 Where Did I Come From? writers director Wednesday, January 03, 1962.
Six-year-old Richie asks his parents the inevitable "Where did I come from?" question. They recall the days before his birth. Dick Van Dyke has said this is his all-time favorite episode, throughout the series!
20 The Boarder Incident writers director Wednesday, February 14, 1962.
While his wife is away, Buddy moves in with the Petries and quickly wears out his welcome.
21 A Word a Day writers director Wednesday, February 07, 1962.
Richie's expanding vocabulary starts to branch out in unexpected directions. William Schallert guest-stars.
22 The Talented Neighborhood writers director Wednesday, January 31, 1962.
When his show announces a talent contest, Rob finds himself besieged by the parents of neighborhood prodigies. Barry Livingston guest-stars.
23 Father of the Week writers director Wednesday, February 21, 1962.
Rob's paternal pride suffers a cruel shock when he finds out that his six-year-old son is ashamed of him.
24 The Twizzle writers director Wednesday, February 28, 1962.
Sally drags the entire production staff to a bowling alley, where she unveils a new song and dance. Jack Albertson guest-stars.
25 One Angry Man writers director Wednesday, March 07, 1962.
Serving on jury duty, Rob finds himself siding with the beautiful blonde defendant.
26 Where You Been, Fassbinder? writers director Wednesday, March 14, 1962.
Romance enters Sally's life in the form of an insurance salesman named Leo Fassbinder.
27 The Bad Old Days writers director Wednesday, April 04, 1962.
Buddy convinces Rob that--like all American husbands--he is being dominated by a woman.
28 I Am My Brother's Keeper writers director Wednesday, March 21, 1962.
Rob's bashful brother arrives in town and proves to be confident and outgoing only when he is sleepwalking. Jerry Van Dyke guest stars.
29 The Sleeping Brother writers director Wednesday, March 28, 1962.
Rob's talented, sleepwalking brother manages to audition successfully for "The Alan Brady Show" even while wide-awake. Jerry Van Dyke guest-stars. Carl Reiner makes his first appearance as Alan Brady in this episode.
30 The Return of Happy Spangler writers director Wednesday, April 18, 1962.
Rob tries valiantly to help an old radio comedy writer make a comeback.

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Season 2: 1962–1963

# Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate
31 Never Name a Duck writers director Wednesday, September 26, 1962.
When one of Richie's two pet ducks dies, it seems as if the Petrie family has lost one of its human members. The ducks were name Stanley and Oliver, after Oliver Hardy & Stan Laurel.
32 The Two Faces of Rob writers director Wednesday, October 03, 1962.
To prove that a wife cannot always recognize her husband on the telephone, Rob disguises his voice and asks Laura for a date.
33 Bank Book 6565696 writers director Wednesday, October 17, 1962.
Rob is puzzled and chagrined when he finds that Laura has a secret nest egg of her own.
34 The Attempted Marriage writers director Wednesday, October 10, 1962.
A crippled jeep and a sprained ankle make Rob two hours late for his own wedding.
35 Hustling the Hustler writers director Wednesday, October 24, 1962.
Rob has an evening of high adventure with a veteran pool shark who pretends he can't play the game.
36 What's in a Middle Name? writers director Wednesday, November 07, 1962.
Rob has some explaining to do when son Richie learns that his middle name is Rosebud.
37 My Husband Is Not a Drunk writers director Wednesday, October 31, 1962.
Rob Petrie suffers from a post-hypnotic suggestion meant for someone else, and it causes mayhem at work
38 Like a Sister writers director Wednesday, November 14, 1962.
A handsome balladeer brings romance into Sally's life.
39 The Night the Roof Fell In John Whedon Hal Cooper Wednesday, November 21, 1962.
Rob walks out of the house following a spat with Laura after a tiring day for the both of them.
40 The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally writers director Wednesday, November 28,1962.
Rob suspects cowriters Buddy and Sally of carrying on a clandestine romance.
41 A Bird in the Head Hurts writers director Wednesday, December 05, 1962.
Richie runs into the house screaming that he has been pecked on the head by a giant woodpecker.
42 Gesundheit, Darling writers director Wednesday, December 12, 1962.
Rob begins to fear he is allergic to his own family when proximity to Laura and Richie starts him sneezing.
43 A Man's Teeth Are Not His Own Carl Reiner John Rich Wednesday, December 19, 1962.
Rob feels that he has betrayed his dentist friend, Jerry Helper, when he lets another dentist work on his teeth.
44 Somebody Has to Play Cleopatra writers director Wednesday, December 26, 1962. Guest-star, Bob Crane.
Rob directs an amateur theatrical in which rehearsals are dogged by controversy over the casting of a key part--Cleopatra.
45 The Cat Burglar writers director Wednesday, January 02, 1963.
A phantom burglar pillages the Petrie home, but the police are baffled as to how he did it.
46 The Foul-Weather Girl writers director Wednesday, January 09, 1963.
Laura sees a singing weather girl as a threat to her marriage.
47 Will You Two Be My Wife? writers director Wednesday, January 16, 1963.
Rob is slapped, kicked, and screamed at--among other things--by the girl he left behind when he entered the Army.
48 Ray Murdock's X-Ray writers director Wednesday, January 23, 1963.
Rob finds himself in hot water after giving a television interview in which he unwittingly portrays his wife Laura as a nut.
49 I Was a Teenage Head Writer writers director Wednesday, January 30, 1963.
An office crisis sets Rob to reminiscing about his hectic early days as a comedy writer.
50 My Husband Is a Check-Grabber writers director Wednesday, February 13, 1963.
Laura tries to break Rob of his expensive habit of picking up the check.
51 It May Look Like a Walnut writers director Wednesday, February 06, 1963.
Under the influence of science fiction, Rob fears that a walnut will steal his imagination and his thumbs. Danny Thomas guest-stars.
52 Don't Trip Over That Mountain writers director Wednesday, February 20, 1963.
To his great regret, Rob ignores Laura's warning to stay off the big slopes on his first skiing excursion.
53 Give Me Your Walls! Carl Reiner Jerry Paris Wednesday, February 27, 1963.
When Rob's living room needs a paint job, he hires a colorful master painter of Rome, Florence, and Brooklyn.
54 The Sam Pomerantz Scandals writers director Wednesday, March 06, 1963.
Rob, Laura and the office gang put together a variety show to help out an old friend. Lennie Weinrib guest-stars. Rob shows how well he impersonated Stan Laurel, in this episode.
55 I'm No Henry Walden! writers director Wednesday, March 27, 1963.
Rob finds himself very out of place at a dinner party for celebrated literati. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
56 The Square Triangle writers director Wednesday, March 20, 1963.
French singing idol Jacques Savon, who has played a curious part in both Rob's and Laura's past, suddenly reappears.
57 Racy Tracy Rattigan writers director Wednesday, April 03, 1963.
A romantic British film star arouses Rob's ire by his attention to Laura. Richard Dawson guest-stars.
58 Divorce writers director Wednesday, April 10, 1963.
Rob finds himself caught in the middle after Buddy announces he is going to divorce Pickles.
59 It's a Shame She Married Me writers director Wednesday, April 17, 1963.
Rob suffers pangs of jealousy when Laura meets a successful old flame. Robert Vaughn guest-stars.
60 A Surprise Surprise Is a Surprise writers director Wednesday, April 24, 1963.
Laura despairs when husband Rob learns of her elaborate plans to throw a surprise party for him.
61 Jilting the Jilter writers director Wednesday, May 01, 1963.
Sally gets a marriage proposal from an opportunistic comedian who wants her to write his material.
62 When a Bowling Pin Talks, Listen writers director Wednesday, May 08, 1963.
Rob finds himself in hot water after inadvertently lifting a comedy idea from another show. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
63 All About Eavesdropping writers director Wednesday, October 23, 1963.
Through Richie's toy intercom, Rob and Laura tune in on a conversation at the Helpers' and almost lose two friends. Albert Schweitzer's name was said and heard as Rob & Laura eavesdropped. Quote: Jerry Helper said "Rob is no Albert Schweitzer".

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Season 3: 1963–1964

# Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate
64 That's My Boy??? writers director Wednesday, September 25, 1963.
Rob recalls the hectic days after Richie was born, when he was sure the hospital had given him and Laura the wrong baby. Cameo appearance by Greg Morris. This episode registered the longest, uninterrupted span of laughter from a live studio audience.
65 The Masterpiece writers director Wednesday, October 02, 1963.
Rob and Laura return home from an auction with two mysterious objects d'art. Alan Reed played the role of the un-named auctioneer
66 Laura's Little Lie writers director Wednesday, October 09, 1963.
Complications arise when Laura confesses to Rob that she lied about her age on their marriage certificate. Science-Fiction actor, Peter Lorre's name was mentioned in this episode.
67 Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice writers director Wednesday, October 16, 1963.
Rob and Laura learn they are not legally married and make plans to elope.
68 Uncle George writers director Wednesday, November 13, 1963.
Rob's Uncle George arrives in town and asks his nephew to find him a wife. Denver Pyle guest-starred as Uncle George.
69 Too Many Stars writers director Wednesday, October 30, 1963.
Rob finds he has "too many stars" on his hands when he tries to direct a show for the Parents' Council.
70 Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius? writers director Wednesday, November 06, 1963.
Rob finds himself at a party in a strange town, swaying to the bossa nova with a breathless young woman who adores him.
71 Big Max Calvada writers director Wednesday, November 20, 1963.
An underworld figure involves Rob, Sally, and Buddy in an unusual writing assignment. Jack Larson guest-stars.
72 The Ballad of the Betty Lou writers director Friday, December 27, 1963.
Rob and Jerry invest in a sailboat and find they have embarked on a disastrous venture.
73 Turtles, Ties and Toreadors writers director Wednesday, December 04, 1963.
Rob feels like a hero when he hires a maid for his overworked wife, Laura.
74 The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears...or Something Like That! writers director Wednesday, December 11, 1963.
Rob thinks he has witnessed two crooks running from the scene of a crime.
75 The Third One From The Left writers director Wednesday, January 01, 1964
A young chorus girl on "The Alan Brady Show" falls desperately in love with Rob.
76 The Alan Brady Show Presents writers director Wednesday, December 18, 1963.
The entire Alan Brady staff presents a Christmas show instead of the script turned in by the show's writers. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
77 My Husband Is the Best One writers director Wednesday, January 08, 1964.
Rob gets into trouble at work after Laura interferes in an interview he is giving on Alan Brady.
78 Happy Birthday and Too Many More writers director Wednesday, February 05, 1964.
When Laura and Rob give Richie a birthday party, 63 screaming moppets make a shambles of the Petrie house (In the midst of President Kennedy's assassination during rehearsals for this episode, it was decided to be filmed several days later without a live audience).
79 The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer writers director Wednesday, January 15, 1964.
When a handsome bachelor, Arthur Stanwyck, moves in next door, Rob and Laura become matchmakers.
80 The Life and Love of Joe Coogan writers director Wednesday, January 22, 1964.
Laura meets her old love, a young man who has entered the priesthood.
81 A Nice Friendly Game of Cards writers director Wednesday, January 29, 1964.
Inadvertently using a deck of marked cards, Rob wins at poker and almost loses a few friends. Ed Platt guest-stars.
82 The Brave and the Backache writers director Wednesday, February 12, 1964.
Rob consults a psychiatrist to determine whether a series of mysterious ailments is psychosomatic. Ken Berry guest-stars.
83 The Pen Is Mightier Than the Mouth writers Jerry Paris Wednesday, February 19, 1964.
Rob and Buddy find themselves overworked and overwrought when Sally becomes a television personality overnight.
84 My Part-Time Wife writers director Wednesday, February 26, 1964.
When Laura fills in for Sally at the office, she does such a perfect job that Rob almost loses his mind.
85 Honeymoons Are for the Lucky Carl Reiner Jerry Paris Wednesday, March 04, 1964.
Rob recalls the hectic time of his Army marriage to Laura, and the difficulty in obtaining a three-day pass for their honeymoon.
86 How to Spank a Star writers director Wednesday, March 11, 1964.
At the insistence of a domineering guest star, Rob takes over as producer of "The Alan Brady Show."
87 The Plots Thicken writers director Wednesday, March 18, 1964.
A family crisis develops when Rob's and Laura's parents compete to get the couple committed to their respective cemetery plots.
88 Scratch My Car and Die writers director Wednesday, March 25, 1964.
A scratch on Rob's new car causes a domestic crisis at the Petrie house.
89 The Return of Edwin Carp writers director Wednesday, April 01, 1964.
Rob rounds up three notable personalities from the old days of radio for an Alan Brady "special."
90 October Eve writers director Wednesday, April 08, 1964.
A painting of Laura returns to haunt her. Although she posed fully clothed, the artist took the liberty of "undraping" her. Carl Reiner played the role of the French-accented artist, that drew Laura.
91 Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband Is in Jail writers director Wednesday, April 15, 1964.
When Rob looks up an old Army buddy at a honky-tonk nitery, the result is a confusion-packed night that finally lands him in jail.
92 My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life writers director Wednesday, April 22, 1964.
Rob and Laura suspect the worst when they spy their friend Jerry Helper dining out with a beautiful blonde.
93 I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All writers director Wednesday, April 29, 1964.
Rob thinks he's going bald and tries a barber's secret recipe which consists of ingredients usually reserved for a salad.
94 Teacher's Petrie writers director Wednesday, May 13, 1964.
Rob is skeptical when Laura's new writing teacher thinks she shows promise.

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Season 4: 1964–1965

# Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate
95 My Two Showoffs and Me writers director Wednesday, December 16, 1964.
The prospect of being the subjects in a national magazine story brings out the egotistical worst in Rob, Sally, and Buddy.
96 My Mother Can Beat Up My Father writers director Wednesday, September 23, 1964.
Laura proves herself more proficient than Rob in the art of self-defense. Guest star: Ken Berry.
97 Ghost of A. Chantz writers director Wednesday, September 30, 1964.
Rob, Laura, Sally, and Buddy spend a frightening night in a haunted cabin at a mountain resort. The initial, A. is for Amos, Amos Chantz.
98 The Lady and the Babysitter writers director Wednesday, October 07, 1964.
Rob and Laura are unaware that their teenage babysitter has a crush on Laura. Guest star: Richard Crenna.
99 The Vigilante Ripped My Sports Coat writers director Wednesday, October 14, 1964.
Rob's friendship with Jerry is almost destroyed in a row over a neighbor's crabgrass lawn.
100 The Man From Emperor writers director Wednesday, October 21, 1964.
When Rob is offered a job as humor consultant on a magazine for men-about-town, he runs into misgivings from Laura.
101 Romance, Roses and Rye Bread writers director Wednesday, October 28, 1964.
Sally is romanced by a secret admirer--the owner of Monker's Delicatessen.
102 4 1/2 writers director Wednesday, November 04, 1964.
Rob and Laura are on their way to see Laura's obstetrician when they are trapped in a stalled elevator with a hold-up man. Don Rickles guest-stars.
103 The Alan Brady Show Goes to Jail writers director Wednesday, November 11, 1964.
The Alan Brady writers entertain at a prison and Rob gets locked up with the inmates. Don Rickles guest-stars.
104 Three Letters From One Wife writers director Wednesday, November 18, 1964.
Rob risks his job when he convinces Alan Brady to do a cultural documentary program. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
105 It Wouldn't Hurt Them to Give Us a Raise writers director Wednesday, December 02, 1964.
The Brady writers press for higher salaries and find themselves tangled in a maze of interlocking corporations.
106 Pink Pills for Purple Patients writers director Wednesday, November 25, 1964.
Laura takes two pink pills and suffers disastrous side effects! She mis-pronounced mother, as

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107 The Death of the Party writers director Wednesday, December 09, 1964.
Rob struggles through a party for Laura's relatives rather than admit he is sick as a dog.
108 Stretch Petrie vs. Kid Schenk writers director Wednesday, December 30, 1964.
Rob is forced to squelch the scheme of an opportunistic old friend.
109 The Impractical Joke Sam Persky & Bill Denoff Jerry Paris Wednesday, January 13, 1965.
Rob resorts to psychological warfare to get even with a practical joker. Guest Stars: Lennie Weinrib as "Phil Franklin", Buddy's accountant & Alvy Moore as Income Tax agent, "William Handlebuck". Three quotes - Sally Rogers: "Don't you know that wiretapping is illegal?" Buddy Sorrell: "Well, for the uninformed, Phil is by day, my accountant and at night, the greatest practical joker in the business!" Phil Franklin: "Just a reasonable facsimile; I got you myself, for myself!"
110 Brother, Can You Spare $2500? writers director Wednesday, January 06, 1965.
Rob receives a ransom demand of $2500 for his lost television script.
111 Stacey Petrie - Part I writers director Wednesday, January 20, 1965.
Rob's younger brother becomes romantically involved with Sally. Jerry Van Dyke was in this episode as Stacey Petrie.
112 Stacey Petrie - Part II writers director Wednesday, January 27, 1965.
Stacey Petrie tries to save his new coffeehouse from closing and his romance from ending. Guest-stars Carl Reiner & Jerry Van Dyke as Stacey Petrie.
113 The Redcoats Are Coming writers director Wednesday, February 10, 1965.
The Petries are invaded by a horde of teenagers when they entertain and attempt to hide two British rock-and-roll idols. Guest stars: Chad & Jeremy
114 Boy #1 Versus Boy #2 writers director Wednesday, February 03, 1965.
Laura and Millie become unbearable stage mothers when their sons are cast in a television commercial.
115 The Case of the Pillow writers director Wednesday, February 17, 1965.
Rob becomes a trial lawyer to prosecute a shifty salesman. Ed Begley guest-stars & Alvy Moore guest-starred as the shifty salesman.
116 Young Man With a Shoehorn writers director Wednesday, February 24, 1965.
When he invests in a shoe store, Rob learns that a shoe clerk's lot is not always a happy one.
117 Girls Will Be Boys writers director Wednesday, March 3, 1965.
The Petries face a problem when Richie is beaten up by a pretty little girl who loves him.
118 Bupkiss writers director Wednesday, March 10, 1965.
Rob learns that a song he wrote with an old buddy is about to be a hit, and he starts a fight over authorship rights.
119 Your Home Sweet Home Is My Home writers director Wednesday, March 17, 1965.
Rob recalls the time he and his best friend tried to buy the same house.
120 Not Now, Anthony Stone writers director Wednesday, March 24, 1965.
Sally's new tall, dark and handsome boyfriend is secretive about what he does for a living.
121 Never Bathe on Saturday writers director Wednesday, March 31, 1965.
The Petries' romantic second honeymoon becomes a disaster when Laura's toe gets caught in a bath spout.
122 100 Terrible Hours writers director Wednesday, May 05, 1965.
Rob recalls his job interview with Alan Brady near the end of an arduous keep-awake marathon.
123 A Show of Hands writers director Wednesday, April 14, 1965.
Just before they are due at a formal banquet, Rob and Laura accidentally dye their hands an indelible black.
124 Baby Fat writers director Wednesday, April 21, 1965.
Rob helps Alan Brady by rewriting a play starring the comic. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
125 Br-room, Br-room
Rob buys a motorcycle and is arrested as a joy-riding delinquent his first time out.
126 There's No Sale Like Wholesale writers director Wednesday, May 26, 1965.
Rob and Laura learn that buying a fur coat wholesale can be trouble when their "connection" is Buddy Sorrell.

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Season 5: 1965–1966

# Title Writer(s) Director Original airdate
127 A Farewell to Writing writers director Wednesday, September 22, 1965.
Rob sets out to write a book during his vacation, but has trouble getting started.
128 Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth writers director Wednesday September 15, 1965.
Laura blurts out a top secret on a national television quiz show--that comedian Alan Brady wears a toupee. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
129 Uhny Uftz writers director Wednesday, September 29, 1965.
Rob sees a flying saucer and tracks it to its lair--the office above his own.
130 The Ugliest Dog in the World writers director Wednesday, October 6, 1965.
Rob and Laura try to find a permanent home for an ugly little mutt from the dog pound.
131 No Rice at My Wedding writers director Wednesday, October 13, 1965.
Rob and Laura recall their courtship days, when Rob almost lost Laura to another man.
132 Draw Me a Pear writers director Wednesday, October 20, 1965.
Rob and Laura enroll in an art class–and the beautiful instructress has designs on Rob.
133 The Great Petrie Fortune writers director Wednesday, October 27, 1965.
Rob's dreams of inheriting a fortune are dashed until he realizes the intangible worth of an old photograph.
134 Odd But True writers director Wednesday, November 03, 1965.
Rob is offered $500 because the freckles on his back are in the shape of the Liberty Bell.
135 Viva Petrie writers director Wednesday, November 10, 1965.
Rob and Laura have an unusual houseguest, a bullfighter named Manuel who installs himself as a handyman.
136 Go Tell the Birds and the Bees writers director Wednesday, November 17, 1965.
When Richie spins a few fantastic stories for his friends, his parents wind up in the school psychologist's office.
137 Body and Sol writers director Wednesday, November 24, 1965.
Rob recalls the time he defended his title as middleweight champion of the Army camp.
138 See Rob Write–Write, Rob, Write writers director Wednesday, December 08, 1965.
Rob and Laura become rivals when each writes a story for children.
139 You're Under Arrest writers director Wednesday, December 15, 1965.
Rob goes out to cool off after a quarrel with Laura and winds up in trouble with the law.
140 Fifty-two Forty-five or Work writers director Wednesday, December 29, 1965.
Rob recalls the time he was out of work with a new home, no furniture, and a pregnant wife. James Frawley guest-stars.
141 Who Stole My Watch? writers director Wednesday, January 05, 1966.
Rob loses his friends as well as his watch when the friends learn they're all under suspicion.
142 Bad Reception in Albany writers director Wednesday, March 09, 1966.
While out of town for a cousin's wedding, Rob has to locate a television set to watch a special show. He wears a tuxedo with fur lapels for the occasion.
143 I Do Not Choose to Run writers director Wednesday, January 19, 1965.
Rob can't make up his mind when asked to be a candidate for the city council. Arte Johnson guest-stars.
144 The Making of a Councilman writers director Wednesday, January 26, 1966.
Rob agrees to run for office but realizes he'd prefer to vote for his brainy opponent. Wally Cox guest-starred.
145 The Curse of the Petrie People writers director Wednesday, February 02, 1966.
Rob's parents give a family heirloom piece of jewelry to Laura, who accidentally drops it in the garbage disposal.
146 The Bottom of Mel Cooley's Heart writers director Wednesday, February 09, 1966.
When Mel Cooley takes Rob's advice and stands up to Alan Brady, he is promptly fired. Carl Reiner guest-stars. Quote: Buddy: "Poor Mel. Me I feel sorry for Mel Cooley."
147 Remember the Alimony writers director Wednesday, February 16, 1966.
Rob and Laura recall the time they filled in an application for a $10 divorce. Bernie Kopell guest-stars.
148 Dear Sally Rogers writers director Wednesday, February 23, 1966.
Sally advertises for a husband on a national television show as a gag and is flooded with fan mail.
149 Buddy Sorrell--Man and Boy writers director Wednesday, March 02, 1966.
Symptoms and evidence indicate that Buddy is either seeing a psychiatrist or having an affair. Or perhaps somethinge else?
150 Long Night's Journey Into Day writers director Wednesday, March 16, 1966.
Laura spends a harrowing night alone in the house when the rest of the family goes off on a fishing trip.
151 Talk to the Snail writers director Wednesday, March 23, 1966.
Believing that comedian Alan Brady plans to cut down his writing staff, Rob applies for a job with a ventriloquist.
152 A Day in the Life of Alan Brady writers director Wednesday, April 06, 1966.
The Petries' anniversary party for the Helpers turns into a television documentary for Alan Brady. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
153 Obnoxious, Offensive, Egomaniac, Etc. writers director Wednesday, April 13, 1966.
Rob and his writers are in big trouble for adding insults to an Alan Brady script. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
154 The Man From My Uncle writers director Wednesday, April 20, 1966.
The Petrie home becomes a command post when government agents put a neighbor's home under surveillance.
155 You Ought to Be in Pictures writers director Wednesday, April 27, 1966.
Rob is cast opposite a gorgeous Italian actress in a low-budget film and turns out to be the screen's worst lover.
156 Love Thy Other Neighbor writers director Wednesday, May 04, 1966.
Rob and Laura are dismayed by Millie Helper's jealousy of their new neighbors.
157 The Last Chapter writers director Wednesday, June 01, 1966.
Rob's autobiography conjures up scenes from the past and leads Alan Brady to buy the book for a television series. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
158 The Gunslinger writers director Wednesday, May 25, 1966.
The Petries and their friends are transported to the Wild West when Rob dreams he is a frontier sheriff. Carl Reiner guest-stars.

Among all 158 episodes, 143 episodes originally aired on a Wednesday, 13 episodes aired on a Tuesday, one episode (# 08) aired on a Monday & one episode, (# 72) aired on a Friday. The Liberty Bell. ... Spanish toreo, corrida de toros or tauromaquia; Portuguese corrida de touros or tauromaquia) is a blood sport that involves, most of the times, professional performers (matadores) who execute various formal moves with the goal of appearing graceful and confident, while masterful over the bull itself; these maneuvers are performed at... A psychologist is a scientist or clinician who studies psychology, the systematic investigation of the human mind, including behavior and cognition. ... James Frawley is an American director and actor. ... Location in Albany County and the State of New York Coordinates: , Country United States State New York County Albany Founded 1614 Incorporated 1686 Government  - Mayor Gerald D. Jennings (D) Area  - City  21. ... Arte Johnson (born January 20, 1929), full name Arthur Stanton Eric Johnson, is a comedic actor. ... Wallace Maynard Cox (December 6, 1924 – February 15, 1973) was a television and motion picture actor. ... Bernie Kopell (born June 21, 1933) is a television actor who portrayed Conrad Siegfried in Get Smart, Jerry Bauman in That Girl, and Dr. Adam Bricker in The Love Boat. ...


 
 

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