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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 3 days ago
Dick writes what he believes is a witty presentation for Joanna's tour guide projects.
aired 3 days ago
Dick is named the sole host of a 48-hour telethon to raise funds for the station.
aired 4 days ago
Michael and Stephanie decide to tie the knot -- and Dick worries that they may be making a mistake.
aired 4 days ago
Stephanie and Michael (Julia Duffy, Peter Scolari) feel their relationship has become stagnant. With Bob Newhart and Mary Frann.
aired 5 days ago
News of aliens invading the town interrupts the Halloween party at the inn. With Bob Newhart, Mary Frann.
aired 5 days ago
Stephanie becomes severely depressed when she discovers she is no longer a young, blossoming woman. It's Larry, Darryl and Darryl who come to her rescue to break her out of her funk.
aired 6 days ago
Michael steals an idea for a TV show from a student in his production class.
aired 6 days ago
George (Tom Poston) attends his high-school reunion with hopes of seeing the woman he once secretly admired. With Bob Newhart.
aired 7 days ago
Joanna and Dick worry when restaurant and travel critics applaud the amenities of a neighboring inn.
aired 7 days ago
Larry (William Sanderson) discovers a dark family secret that threatens his seniority over his two brothers (Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad).
aired 10 days ago
Joanna has an admirer who is hounding her all day long. The trouble is, he is only 16 years old and Joanna doesn't know how to get him to stop without breaking his heart. Meanwhile, George wants someone to give him a nickname.
aired 10 days ago
Michael's lost when Stephanie leaves without him for a three-day weekend.
aired 11 days ago
Dick (Bob Newhart) discovers that his typing teacher (William Windom) is the same tyrant he had in grade school.
aired 11 days ago
Michael needs to come up with quality programming as a candidate for a network job.
aired 12 days ago
After a quarrel, Joanna (Mary Frann) throws Dick (Bob Newhart) out of their bedroom.
aired 12 days ago
Dick and Joanna (Bob Newhart, Mary Frann) embark on a madcap adventure after she tells him that he's becoming predictable.
aired 13 days ago
Dick's TV show grows in popularity when he begins to verbally abuse his guests.
aired 13 days ago
Larry, Darryl and Darryl are jailed after they are accused of stealing a farmer's cow.
aired 14 days ago
Dick hopes Joanna sees the light about her fear of eye doctors.
aired 14 days ago
During a heavy snowstorm, George (Tom Poston) enlists Dick's (Bob Newhart) help to embark on a mission to repair the town's damaged bell tower.
aired 17 days ago
Ned Vanderkellen (Lyle Talbot) drops dead during his 100th-birthday party at the family mansion. Jose Ferrer and Patricia Morrill guest star.

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