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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 639 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 639 days ago
Bob takes on the role of Christmas peacemaker when he attempts to reconcile his parents (Barnard Hughes, Martha Scott).
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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 878 days ago
Rev. Dan Bradford seeks professional advice from Bob and then makes a startling announcement in his Sunday sermon.
aired 885 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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When the Hartleys entertain Howard's son, they hire a beauty queen (Brooke Adams) as a baby sitter.
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The Hartleys are bombarded with legal hassles when Bob is sued by a shy patient and Emily decides to fight a parking ticket.
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Bob develops a unique psychological problem when Carol decides to resume her college career and become a psychologist.
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A professional basketball team hires Bob to give a psychological assist to its superstar.
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Jerry's depression turns to instant joy when a globe-trotting ex-flame (Gail Strickland) suddenly re-enters his life and proposes.
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Howard's game-warden brother (William Redfield) comes to Chicago to witness the mating of two whooping cranes and stays to make a play for Howard's girlfriend.
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Bob contends with a patient's delusion that her bingo game is fixed, staggers through a series of wild poker parties, and watches in wonder as his secretary slowly smothers under an attack of love.
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Bob becomes his patient's partner in a get-rich-quick real estate venture.
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Emily and her fellow teachers, Ed and Janet Hoffman, are planning to celebrate when Ed becomes the new vice principal. But their friendship is strained when Emily is shocked to learn that she is selected instead. After dealing with many crises and no support from the Hoffmans, Emily thinks about turning down the promotion. Meanwhile Howard is this month's "Sky Guy" in his airline's magazine, and while Carol is still on vacation, her fill-in, Gail, has a broken leg.

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