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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 353 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 353 days ago
Bob takes on the role of Christmas peacemaker when he attempts to reconcile his parents (Barnard Hughes, Martha Scott).
aired 353 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 592 days ago
Rev. Dan Bradford seeks professional advice from Bob and then makes a startling announcement in his Sunday sermon.
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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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A trip to Peoria turns into one long embarrassment for Bob when Jerry introduces him to a pretty girl named Janine, who doesn't seem to care that Bob is a married man.
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Bob's therapy group convinces him to accept an invitation to conduct one of his sessions on television.
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Afraid that his practice, as well as his patients, will fall apart if he leaves, Bob keeps resisting Emily's plans for a two-month European cruise.
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When a star pitcher for the Chicago Cubs credits Bob with saving his career, the endorsement brings Bob a new patient, Moose Washburn -- a second-string player whose career is beyond a mere psychologist's help.
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Bob's routine is disrupted when when Emily decides to take a full-time job with the Board of Education. After a night out drinking with Mr. Carlin, a tipsy Bob shares his concerns with Emily.
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Bob and Emily try to decide if they should give up their apartment and buy a house.

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