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Dick Loudon and wife Joanna relocate from New York City to a small town in Vermont, where they run the historic Stafford Inn. They're surrounded by a town full of oddballs and colorful characters, whom Loudon deals with in various states of bemusement.

Latest episodes

aired 22 days ago
Dick and Joanna are the sole holdouts when a Japanese investor buys the entire town.
aired 22 days ago
Stephanie and Michael consider divorce after a visit from Stephanie's former beau and his heiress wife.
aired 23 days ago
The actor (Henry Gibson) Michael (Peter Scolari) hires for a kiddie show turns out to be his long-lost father. With Bob Newhart.
aired 23 days ago
Dick (Bob Newhart) invites himself to Larry, Darryl and Darryl's (William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad) Saturday night poker game with Tim Conway.
aired 24 days ago
George (Tom Poston) invents a board game that becomes a marketing phenomenon. With Bob Newhart and Peter Scolari.
aired 24 days ago
After meeting a group of clergymen (George O. Petrie, James Hampton) at the inn, George (Tom Poston) decides to become a priest. With Bob Newhart.
aired 25 days ago
Michael (Peter Scolari) has a nightmare about the impact of his paternal decisions on little Stephanie's future. Julia Duffy portrays little Stephanie as an adult.
aired 25 days ago
When George's (Tom Poston) old street gang holds a reunion, Dick (Bob Newhart) is drafted as the leader. With Peter Scolari.
aired 26 days ago
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) stars as teenage twin sisters in Michael's (Peter Scolari) new sitcom on WPIV. Guest star: Don Knotts. With Bob Newhart.
aired 26 days ago
Dick's show is jeopardized when baby Stephanie receives WPIV as a gift from her wealthy grandparents.
aired 29 days ago
Dick (Bob Newhart) is distressed when a whining guest (Bill Daily) decides to move in next door. With Mary Frann.
aired 29 days ago
The first client of Joanna's (Mary Frann) TV real estate show is more interested in her. With Julia Duffy and Peter Scolari.
aired 30 days ago
Michael goes camera crazy as the baby's birth approaches. Patrick Duffy and Angela Lansbury guest star.
aired 30 days ago
George (Tom Poston) vows to stay awake after he has recurring nightmares. Guest star: Peggy Fleming. With Bob Newhart and Mary Frann.
aired 31 days ago
George (Tom Poston) has a short-lived romance with a woman (Jan Cobler) possessing a large posterior. With Bob Newhart.
aired 31 days ago
Joanna's aunt (Nancy Walker) visits the inn and revives a 19-year-old feud with Dick (Bob Newhart). With Mary Frann.
aired 32 days ago
A very pregnant Stephanie (Julia Duffy) is sent to jail for slapping a shopping-mall security guard. With Peter Scolari and Bob Newhart.
aired 32 days ago
An impoverished British lord (Tony Jay) pays his bill at the inn by leaving Dick (Bob Newhart) his title. With Mary Frann.
aired 33 days ago
Stephanie's mother (Priscilla Morrill) offers to buy the newlyweds (Julia Duffy, Peter Scolari) a house if Michael agrees to become a Vanderkellen.
aired 33 days ago
When Stephanie (Julia Duffy) pressures Michael (Peter Scolari) for more money, he quits his job to become a lounge singer. With Tom Poston.
aired 36 days ago
George (Tom Poston) incurs the town's wrath when he confesses to a 40-year-old prank. With Bob Newhart and Todd Susman.

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