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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 766 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 766 days ago
Bob takes on the role of Christmas peacemaker when he attempts to reconcile his parents (Barnard Hughes, Martha Scott).
aired 766 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 1,005 days ago
Rev. Dan Bradford seeks professional advice from Bob and then makes a startling announcement in his Sunday sermon.
aired 1,012 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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At the school where Emily works, low reading scores prompt indignant outbursts and threats from angry parents. Principal Phil Bannister flees their wrath by going on an extended fishing trip, but not before he tells Emily to handle the crisis.
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On the eve of being named "Secretary of the Year," Carol informs Bob that she is quitting.
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Bob's friends close ranks to protect Emily Hartley when a handsome old flame pays her a very warm visit.
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Mr. Carlin involves Emily in his scheme to impress his former schoolmates, especially a girl who never gave him the time of day.
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Bob advises a patient (Howard Hesseman) to realize his human potential by writing a play based on his own experiences. But when the man writes, directs, and produces an actual World War I drama whose characters bear a startling resemblance to the rest of Bob's patients, the warfare really begins.
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Bob experiences pangs of jealousy when Emily's handsome new tennis instructor comes to see him with an emotional problem, namely, his inability to turn down the women who are all uncontrollably attracted to him.
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It's "Vocation Day" in Emily's class, and Bob feels left out when he's not invited. At the last minute, he's asked to fill in, but Emily's worst fears are confirmed when Bob fails to excite the kids' interest.
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Bob invites Emily to join his fear of flying group on a trip to New York City. Much to Bob's surprise, he discovers that Emily also has a fear of flying and refuses to go. After a conversation with Howard she decides to go, only to back out after boarding the plane.

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