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Not to be confused with Newhart's eponymous 1961 variety show, "The Bob Newhart Show" finds the comic playing Bob Hartley, a Chicago psychologist living with wife Emily in a highrise. Bob is forced to deal with crazy patients, his wife and their friends.

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aired 489 days ago
Bob finds himself with unhappy and hostile patients who refuse to attend his Christmas party when they are mistakenly informed of a rate increase at the height of the Yuletide season. One patient is moved to hire a pie-throwing service.
aired 489 days ago
Bob takes on the role of Christmas peacemaker when he attempts to reconcile his parents (Barnard Hughes, Martha Scott).
aired 489 days ago
Christmas Eve finds Bob in the hospital with tonsillitis and an impending operation. Meanwhile, his friends are all suffering from an attack of Christmas-itis.
aired 728 days ago
Rev. Dan Bradford seeks professional advice from Bob and then makes a startling announcement in his Sunday sermon.
aired 735 days ago
Recovering from another broken romance, Jerry accepts Bob's invitation to spend a couple of days at his apartment. Bob soon comes to regret his kindness.
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After renewing an acquaintance with the beautiful and free-spirited Courtney Simpson, Jerry decides to give up his dental practice: he wants to follow his dreams of romance and adventure by following Courtney to Tahiti.
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Bob forms an all-women consciousness-raising group. He gets kicked out after Emily joins and inadvertently points out some of the unliberated areas in their own marriage.
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Emily's plans for a wonderful turkey dinner go downhill when Bob's mother (Martha Scott) and Emily's father (John Randolph) begin insulting one another the night before Thanksgiving.
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Carol announces that she's going to marry Don Fesler, an unpublished poet with bad feet, and the news brings negative reactions from her friends.
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Bob's first literary venture turns out to be less than triumphant. His embarrassment makes him reluctant to join a convention of psychologists on a flight to Hawaii, especially when he finds out that Howard is the navigator.
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Having preached honesty in relationships to his patients, Bob decides to follow his own advice. Immediately he offends two dinner guests and starts an argument with Emily.
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Bob's office routine becomes a wreck when Jerry hires a temporary receptionist. She's a very nice but very vague woman who can't even get Bob's name straight.
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Bob gives up most of his private practice to become the staff psychologist with a major insurance company. He soon learns that it's possible for a man in the corporate world to do his job too well.
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As Howard prepares to introduce Howie to Ellen, he tries to mold Ellen into an image the boy will like.
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For the sake of their marriage, as well as Emily's Master's Degree and Bob's heavy work schedule, the Hartleys decide that it would be best if they took up separate residences.
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Jerry suggests that all the doctors in the building form a co-op to treat each other for free. This leads to chaos and hostility that find expression in Bob's special all-doctor therapy group.
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Bob takes two of his therapy groups to a rustic retreat for a marathon session that never progresses further than everyone's complaints about the primitive conditions of their accommodations.
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Bob is faced with the possibility that his younger sister may move in with Howard.
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It's a matter of principal versus principle when Emily refuses to skip one of her students ahead two grades at the elementary school where she teaches, despite the prodding of the school's principal.

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