2: Carl Reiner Remembers Head of the Family
34: Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman: If Men Could Cry
A 7 minute special with Dick Van Dyke reminiscing on script reading, staff, sets.
14: The Danny Kaye Show
15: Carl Reiner Remembers Baby Fat
16: A Celebration of Television Music Hollywood Bowl-2001
17: Cartoon-TV Land Alan Brady Show
18: Cast Members Remember Never Bathe on Saturday
19: Diagnosis Murder-Sloan Meets Petrie
20: Dick and Mary Remember the Motorcycle
21: Dick Remembers Don Rickles
22: Emmy Awards 1946-65
23: MTM Commentary
24: Mary Remembers the Pink Pills
26: The Cast Remembers That's My Boy???
27: The Cast Remembers Coast to Coast Big Mouth
28: TV Academy Tribute to Carl Reiner
29: 50th Anniversary Q & A
50th Anniversary Q & A with Dick Van Dyke, Carl Reiner and Garry Marshall
31: Remembering Dick's Physical Comedy
33: The Cast Remembers Richard Deacon
3: Carl Reiner and Sheldon Leonard Remember the Pilot
4: Cheer Advertising Spot
6: The Cast Remembers My Blonde-Haired Brunette
7: The Cast Remembers Buddy
8: Carl and Dick Remember Where Did I Come From
10: The Cast Plays Stump the Stars
Dick Van Dyke, Mary Tyler Moore, Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie appear on "Stump the Stars", as they challenge regulars Sebastian Cabot, Beverly Garland, Ross Martin, and Diana Dors.
11: The Dick Van Dyke Show Remembered
12: The Making of It May Look Like a Walnut
A retrospective of the famous "It May Look Like a Walnut" produced by the people at The Walnut Times. We get to see the cast here discuss the episode in great detail.
13: The Danny Thomas Show
Tuesday, July 19th, 1960
1: Head of the Family (Unaired Pilot)
Rob tries to tell his son that comedy writing can be fun and he shouldn't feel bad about telling his friends.
Tuesday, July 19th, 1960
0: Head of the Family (pilot)
Rob tries to tell his son that comedy writing can be fun and he shouldn't feel bad about telling his friends.
Friday, January 26th, 1962
5: CBS Promo
Aired during PASSWORD.
Monday, February 3rd, 2003
30: TV Land Awards 2003
TV Land Awards Legend winner for 2003: The Dick Van Dyke Show.
Tuesday, May 11th, 2004
9: The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited
40 years after The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961), Allan Brady wants to hire Rob and Sally to write his eulogy - in order to win a bet with his wife. Although they don't want to do it, he offers them a huge amount of money. If Rob takes the job, Laura could open her dream dance studio.
Sunday, December 11th, 2016
25: Now...In Living Color! (2016)
Two remastered fan-favorite episodes were colorized and shown on TV: "That's My Boy??" (Original Airdate: 9/25/1963) As Rob and Laura host a dinner party with a few friends, Rob recalls the hectic days after their son, Ritchie, was born, when he was sure the hospital had given him and Laura the wrong baby. "Coast to Coast Big Mouth" (Original Airdate: 9/15/1965) Laura Petrie blurts out a top secret on a national television quiz show, revealing that comedian Alan Brady wears a toupee.
Friday, December 22nd, 2017
32: Now...In Living Color! (2017)
Two additional remastered fan-favorite episodes were colorized and shown on TV as part of a 2017 Christmas special: "My Blonde-Haired Brunette" (Original Airdate: 10/10/1961) Laura dyes her hair blonde when she suspects Rob is losing interest in her. "October Eve" (Original Airdate: 4/08/1964) Laura once commissioned an artist for a fully clothed portrait of herself, which he, taking artistic license, rendered nude and now has standing in an art gallery for all to see.
Tuesday, October 3rd, 1961
1: The Sick Boy and the Sitter
Rob talks Laura into going to a party at Alan Brady's penthouse even though she'd rather stay home and look after their ailing five-year old.
Tuesday, October 10th, 1961
2: My Blonde-Haired Brunette
Feeling old and unloved, Laura decides to try to dye her hair blond.
Tuesday, October 17th, 1961
3: Sally and the Lab Technician
Laura set up her quiet cousin Thomas with Sally, but when Sally arrives Thomas doesn't get to say much.
Tuesday, October 24th, 1961
4: Washington vs. the Bunny
Rob must decide whether to see his son's play or go out of town for his job.
Tuesday, October 31st, 1961
5: Oh How We Met the Night That We Danced
Rob and Laura Recall how they met.
Monday, November 6th, 1961
6: Harrison B. Harding of Camp Crowder, Mo.
Harrison B. Harding shows up, claiming to be an old friend of Rob's, and seems to know everything about Rob.
Tuesday, November 7th, 1961
Laura wonders if Rob will still love her while working with a lovely TV star.
Tuesday, November 14th, 1961
8: To Tell or Not to Tell
Rob wonders if Laura will go back into show business after she's offered a dancing job on the Alan Brady Show.
Tuesday, November 21st, 1961
9: The Unwelcome Houseguest
Laura sets up a quiet weekend away, but Rob comes home with Buddy's dog for the weekend.
Tuesday, November 28th, 1961
10: The Meershatz Pipe
Rob starts feeling jealous after Alan gives Buddy a nice gift.
Tuesday, December 5th, 1961
11: Forty-Four Tickets
Rob forgets to reserve 44 tickets to the Alan Brady Show, for the PTA group.
Tuesday, December 12th, 1961
12: Empress Carlotta's Necklace
Rob buys an ugly necklace that he thinks Laura will love.
Tuesday, December 19th, 1961
13: Sally Is a Girl
Laura encourages Rob to start treating Sally like a lady after seeing her treated like a guy around the office.
Tuesday, December 26th, 1961
14: Buddy, Can You Spare a Job?
Buddy wants to leave the show to become Head Writer of another show. Mel can't release Buddy from his contract, so he helps Rob and Sally write a memo to Alan to encourage him to fire Buddy.
Wednesday, January 3rd, 1962
15: Where Did I Come From?
Ritchie asks the age old question Where Do I Come From? Rob and Laura tell the story.
Wednesday, January 10th, 1962
16: The Curious Thing About Women
Rob uses Laura's habit of opening his mail as the basis for a sketch on The Alan Brady Show.
Wednesday, January 17th, 1962
17: Punch Thy Neighbor
Jerry makes one too many jokes about the "bad writing" on the Alan Brady Show, to which Rob takes deep offense.
Wednesday, January 24th, 1962
18: Who Owes Who What?
Rob tries to collect a debt from Buddy, but isn't sure how he should broach the subject.
Wednesday, January 31st, 1962
19: The Talented Neighborhood
The Alan Brady Show is looking for talented kids and Rob is asked to get auditions for practically every kid in the neighborhood.
Wednesday, February 7th, 1962
20: A Word a Day
Richie begins using "certain four letter words", and Rob and Laura try desperately to get him to stop.
Wednesday, February 14th, 1962
21: The Boarder Incident
Buddy's wife is out of town, so Rob invites Buddy to stay at his house for the duration. Disaster ensues.
Wednesday, February 21st, 1962
22: Father of the Week
Rob is invited to talk to Richie's class about what he does for a living. However, Richie hates the idea, thinking the other kids will be bored listening to his dad talk about comedy writing.
Wednesday, February 28th, 1962
23: The Twizzle
Sally brings the gang down to the bowling alley to experience the latest dance craze.
Wednesday, March 7th, 1962
24: One Angry Man
Rob gets called for jury duty and finds himself doubting the attractive defendant's guilt.
Wednesday, March 14th, 1962
25: Where You Been, Fassbinder?
An old high school friend visits Sally on her birthday.
Wednesday, March 21st, 1962
26: I Am My Brother's Keeper
Rob's shy brother Stacey comes for a visit, but he has a problem: he is a sleepwalker.
Wednesday, March 28th, 1962
27: The Sleeping Brother
Since Stacey is such a great performer while he's sleeping, Rob tries to get him an audition for The Alan Brady Show.
Wednesday, April 4th, 1962
28: The Bad Old Days
Rob starts to feel like he does too much housework when Buddy warns him about the decline of the American male.
Wednesday, April 11th, 1962
29: Sol and the Sponsor
Rob's old Army buddy Sol shows up just as the Petries are preparing for dinner with an important sponsor. Gregarious, hyper and obnoxious, Sol insults the sponsor's taste.
Wednesday, April 18th, 1962
30: The Return of Happy Spangler
Rob convinces his old mentor, Happy Spangler, to join the writing staff of The Alan Brady Show; but Happy seems more interested in telling about his life than in doing any work.
33: All About Eavesdropping
Wednesday, September 26th, 1962
1: Never Name a Duck
Rob brings home two baby ducks, and Richie becomes very attached to them.
Wednesday, October 3rd, 1962
2: The Two Faces of Rob
To prove a theory that a wife can't always recognize her husband on the phone, Rob call Laura and disguises his voice, but he becomes obsessed with whether she's playing along with the joke.
Wednesday, October 10th, 1962
3: The Attempted Marriage
Rob and Laura tell Richie about their attempts to get married.
Wednesday, October 17th, 1962
4: Bank Book 6565696
Rob is surprised to find a bank book in one of Laura's gloves.
Wednesday, October 24th, 1962
5: Hustling the Hustler
Rob engages in a game of pool with Buddy's hustler brother Blackie.
Wednesday, October 31st, 1962
6: My Husband Is Not a Drunk
Rob falls under a hypnosis spell meant for Buddy - he keeps acting drunk every time a bell rings.
Wednesday, November 7th, 1962
7: What's in a Middle Name?
Rob and Laura must explain to Richie why his middle name is Rosebud.
Wednesday, November 14th, 1962
8: Like a Sister
Rob thinks Sally is falling for the latest guest star on The Alan Brady Show: crooner Ric Vallone.
Wednesday, November 21st, 1962
9: The Night the Roof Fell In
Rob and Laura have a terrible fight, after each has experienced a difficult day - and each remember the fight very differently.
Wednesday, November 28th, 1962
10: The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally
Rob suspects Buddy and Sally of having an affair.
Wednesday, December 5th, 1962
11: A Bird in the Head Hurts
Rob and Laura assume Richie's claims of being pecked by a giant woodpecker are just a way of getting attention - until Millie says she's seen the woodpecker herself.
Wednesday, December 12th, 1962
12: Gesundheit, Darling
Rob comes to believe he's allergic to his family when he can't stop sneezing.
Wednesday, December 19th, 1962
13: A Man's Teeth Are Not His Own
With Jerry at a dentist's convention, Rob is forced to see another dentist after breaking his tooth on a chicken bone.
Wednesday, December 26th, 1962
14: Somebody Has to Play Cleopatra
Dreading the thought of being forced to direct a fund-raising show by Mrs. Billings of the PTA, Rob remembers the previous year's show when he tried to cast the role of Cleopatra.
Wednesday, January 2nd, 1963
15: The Cat Burglar
A cat burglar in the neighborhood has Rob and Laura on edge.
Wednesday, January 9th, 1963
16: The Foul Weather Girl
An old high school flame of Rob's drops by looking to make it in show business.
Wednesday, January 16th, 1963
17: Will You Two Be My Wife?
Buddy and Sally find Rob's memoirs and read about the time Rob had to break off his engagement with an old girlfriend before marrying Laura.
Wednesday, January 23rd, 1963
18: Ray Murdock's X-Ray
Rob goes on Ray Murdock's X-Ray where he inadvertently describes Laura as a nut.
Wednesday, January 30th, 1963
19: I Was a Teenage Head Writer
Thinking his own friends betrayed him in an argument with Mel over a sketch, Rob remembers his first day as the head writer of The Alan Brady Show.
Wednesday, February 6th, 1963
20: It May Look Like a Walnut!
In this classic, Rob has a dream - inspired by a late-night horror movie on TV - involving walnuts, missing thumbs, and a space alien who looks like Danny Thomas.
Wednesday, February 13th, 1963
21: My Husband Is a Check-Grabber
Laura is angry with Rob always picking up the check whenever they go out with friends.
Wednesday, February 20th, 1963
22: Don't Trip Over That Mountain
Rob hurts himself on his first skiing trip with Jerry - just as Laura predicted.
Wednesday, February 27th, 1963
23: Give Me Your Walls!
The Petries hire an Italian painter to paint their walls.
Wednesday, March 6th, 1963
24: The Sam Pomerantz Scandals
Rob, Laura, Buddy and Sally must perform in a show for Rob's friend Sam Pomerantz after Rob accidentally injures comedian Danny Brewster.
Wednesday, March 20th, 1963
25: The Square Triangle
Rob and Laura are both surprised that the latest guest star on The Alan Brady Show is someone from their past - French star Jacques Savon.
Wednesday, March 27th, 1963
26: I'm No Henry Walden!
Rob and Laura are invited to a dinner party for all the top writers in various fields, but Rob is the only writer in comedy, and is lost in the others' intellectual conversations.
Wednesday, April 3rd, 1963
27: Racy Tracy Rattigan
British actor 'Racy' Tracey Rattigan is filling in as substitute host for The Alan Brady Show - and he seems to have an interest in Laura.
Wednesday, April 10th, 1963
Rob gets caught in the middle when Buddy declares his intention to divorce Pickles for supposedly cheating on him.
Wednesday, April 17th, 1963
29: It's a Shame She Married Me
Rob gets envious when he learns that sponsor Jim Darling is an old beau of Laura's.
Wednesday, April 24th, 1963
30: A Surprise Surprise Is a Surprise
Rob nearly ruins his own surprise birthday party after Laura finds out Rob already knows.
Wednesday, May 1st, 1963
31: Jilting the Jilter
Sally may have found a fella but he wants to take Sally away from The Alan Brady Show, so she can write for him.
Wednesday, May 8th, 1963
32: When a Bowling Pin Talks, Listen
Rob needs an idea for a sketch for the show; Richie gives him an idea for a talking bowling pin - unfortunately, Rob doesn't ask where he got the idea.
Wednesday, September 25th, 1963
1: That's My Boy??
All about about the day Richie came home from the hospital. With so much stuff to take home, and so many mix ups with the items of the Peters (a couple in another hospital room), Rob begins to wonder what else could have gotten mixed up.
Wednesday, October 2nd, 1963
2: The Masterpiece
Rob, Buddy, Laura & Sally go to an auction. Rob shows Buddy & Sally how people use different gestures to make bids - unfortunately, while bidding is actually going on.
Wednesday, October 9th, 1963
3: Laura's Little Lie
When Rob asks Laura to sign some insurance forms, Laura does everything she can to avoid signing, as Rob becomes more and more suspicious.
Wednesday, October 16th, 1963
4: Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice
Rob and Laura have trouble keeping their promises not to tell anyone that they may need to get legally married.
Wednesday, October 23rd, 1963
5: All About Eavesdropping
While getting ready to go to Jerry and Millie's party, Rob and Laura overhear them on their kids' walkie talkies.
Wednesday, October 30th, 1963
6: Too Many Stars
Rob is roped into directing another PTA show for Mrs. Billings.
Wednesday, November 6th, 1963
7: Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius?
While working out details for a joke, Rob hits himself on the head with a violin, causing temporary amnesia.
Wednesday, November 13th, 1963
8: Uncle George
Uncle George drops by the Petries, looking for a wife, and Sally tries to fix him up with Herman Glimpscher's mom. But Uncle George has other ideas.
Wednesday, November 20th, 1963
9: Big Max Calvada
Gangster Big Max Calvada asks Rob, Buddy, & Sally to write an act for his nephew.
Wednesday, November 27th, 1963
10: The Ballad of the Betty Lou
Rob and Jerry buy a boat, despite Laura's warning that it could impact their friendship.
Wednesday, December 4th, 1963
11: Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors
Rob hires a Spanish maid, but when she arrives, not only does she not speak English, but she has a broken arm.
Wednesday, December 11th, 1963
12: The Sound of Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears
Rob thinks he's just seen the suspects of a recent jewelry store holdup and wrestles with his conscience about informing the police.
Wednesday, December 18th, 1963
13: The Alan Brady Show Presents
The staff has to plan a Christmas show.
Wednesday, January 1st, 1964
14: The Third One from the Left
Rob tries to stop a guest star from falling in love with him.
Wednesday, January 8th, 1964
15: My Husband is the Best One
A reporter interviews Rob for a cover story she's doing about Alan Brady. Laura also comes to the restaurant, and chimes in just a little too much.
Wednesday, January 15th, 1964
16: The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer
Laura wants to setup a new bachelor neighbor with her cousin, but Rob wants to set him up with Sally.
Wednesday, January 22nd, 1964
17: The Life and Love of Joe Coogan
While golfing, Rob meets a man named Joe Coogan – who turns out to be an old boyfriend of Laura's.
Wednesday, January 29th, 1964
18: A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards
Rob and friends accidentally play poker with marked cards that Rob was using to teach Richie some magic tricks.
Wednesday, February 5th, 1964
19: Happy Birthday and Too Many More
Laura & Rob have to decide when to have Richie's birthday party, and what to do for it, because most weekends are already booked with other kids' extravagant parties.
Wednesday, February 12th, 1964
20: The Brave and the Backache
Laura wonders why Rob never wants to go away on a romantic weekend with her.
Wednesday, February 19th, 1964
21: The Pen Is Mightier Than the Mouth
Rob and Buddy help Sally write some jokes to go on a late night talk show, taking up most of their work day.
Wednesday, February 26th, 1964
22: My Part-Time Wife
Rob has to find a replacement for Sally while she's away. Each replacement they try is worse than the last ... but Rob would rather try anyone than follow Laura's suggestion that she fill in.
Wednesday, March 4th, 1964
23: Honeymoons Are for the Lucky
Rob recalls a time when he tried to get out of Camp Crowder to spend his honeymoon with Laura.
Wednesday, March 11th, 1964
24: How to Spank a Star
Rob's favorite star guests on the Alan Brady show but starts causing problems right away.
Wednesday, March 18th, 1964
25: The Plots Thicken
Rob and Laura hope each other's parents don't find out that both sets of parents have bought burial plots for them.
Wednesday, March 25th, 1964
26: Scratch My Car and Die
Rob buys a new car that he loves but won't let anyone touch, but an emergency forces Laura to use the car.
Wednesday, April 1st, 1964
27: The Return of Edwin Carp
Rob puts together an episode of the Alan Brady Show using old radio stars.
Wednesday, April 8th, 1964
28: October Eve
When Sally spots a painting in an art gallery, Laura's past comes back to haunt her.
Wednesday, April 15th, 1964
29: Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband is in Jail
Rob ends up in jail after contacting an army buddy.
Wednesday, April 22nd, 1964
30: My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life
Rob and Laura see Jerry at a restaurant with a woman - who's not Millie.
Wednesday, April 29th, 1964
31: I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All
Another classic; in this episode, Rob finds a hair or two in his brush; of course he assumes he's going bald. His barber (Ned Glass) tells him to use a concoction on his head, right before bed. The fact that it smells alot like salad dressing has an interesting effect on Rob's dreams that night.
Wednesday, May 13th, 1964
32: Teacher's Petrie
Laura takes a writing class, but Rob becomes suspicious when the teacher seems to like her writing just a little too much.
Wednesday, September 23rd, 1964
1: My Mother Can Beat Up My Father
When a drunk gets too rowdy at a bar, Laura's talent for judo surfaces.
Wednesday, September 30th, 1964
2: The Ghost of A. Chantz
Rob, Buddy, Laura, and Sally spend the night in a creepy cabin.
Wednesday, October 7th, 1964
3: The Lady and the Babysitter
Roger, Richie's Babysitter wants Laura's help with a girl that he likes. Little does she know who the girl turns out to be.
Wednesday, October 14th, 1964
4: A Vigilante Ripped My Sports Coat
A disagreement over a neighbor's lawn almost breaks up Rob and Jerry's friendship.
Wednesday, October 21st, 1964
5: The Man from Emperor
Rob is offered a job at a "men's" magazine but Laura isn't crazy about like the idea.
Wednesday, October 28th, 1964
6: Romances, Roses, and Rye Bread
Sally gets roses every day from a secret admirer, but when he lets her know who he is, he doesn't get quite the response he was hoping for.
Wednesday, November 4th, 1964
7: 4 1/2
Rob tells Buddy and Sally the story of how they became friends with a convict.
Wednesday, November 11th, 1964
8: The Alan Brady Show Goes to Jail
Rob and the gang go to perform at a prison, but their prison uniform costumes cause confusion.
Wednesday, November 18th, 1964
9: Three Letters from One Wife
Rob writes an episode of another show, but after presenting the script to Alan, isn't sure whether he really wants him working on it.
Wednesday, November 25th, 1964
10: Pink Pills and Purple Parents
In a flashback to when they were first married, Laura is nervous about meeting Rob's parents. Millie gives her some pills that could help her relax, but Laura doesn't really want to try them.
Wednesday, December 2nd, 1964
11: It Wouldn't Hurt Them to Give Us a Raise
Rob tries to help get a raise for Buddy and Sally but finds that hard to do after talking with Alan Brady's accountant.
Wednesday, December 9th, 1964
12: The Death of the Party
After golfing against Laura's wishes, Rob tries to hide the fact he is sick as he helps Laura prepare a party.
Wednesday, December 16th, 1964
13: My Two Show-Offs and Me
When a writer comes to do a piece on the Alan Brady Show, Rob is worried about how Buddy and Sally will act in front of her.
Wednesday, December 30th, 1964
14: Stretch Petrie vs. Kid Schenk
An old army buddy comes looking for a job and hopes Rob will return an old favor.
Wednesday, January 6th, 1965
15: Brother, Can You Spare $2500?
Rob,Buddy, & Sally have just spent 11 hours finishing a script, but on his way home, Rob is so tired, that he leaves the only copy at Grand Central Station.
Wednesday, January 13th, 1965
16: The Impractical Joke
After Buddy plays a practical joke on Rob, Rob tells him that he'll get even.
Wednesday, January 20th, 1965
17: Stacey Petrie (1)
Sally is asked to help Rob's brother Stacey (Jerry Van Dyke) go out on a practice date.
Wednesday, January 27th, 1965
18: Stacey Petrie (2)
Stacey finally meets the girl he's been corresponding with while he was in the army - except he's been signing someone else's name.
Wednesday, February 3rd, 1965
19: Boy #1, Boy #2
Laura & Millie drive Rob crazy when their sons are cast in a commercial.
Wednesday, February 10th, 1965
20: The Redcoats Are Coming
Rob offers to hide rock and roll stars The Redcoats at his home.
Wednesday, February 17th, 1965
21: The Case of the Pillow
Rob takes a pillow salesman to court after buying pillows that smell like chickens.
Wednesday, February 24th, 1965
22: Young Man With a Shoehorn
Rob and Buddy invest in Uncle Lou's shoe store.
Wednesday, March 3rd, 1965
23: Girls Will Be Boys
Richie keeps getting beat up at school, and Rob and Laura have to figure out why he won't defend himself.
Wednesday, March 10th, 1965
Rob can't figure out how an old song he wrote is being played as a radio commercial.
Wednesday, March 17th, 1965
25: Your Home Sweet Home is My Home
A flashback episode about Rob and Laura's long search to find their house, with Millie and Jerry looking too.
Wednesday, March 24th, 1965
26: Anthony Stone
Rob and Buddy are suspicious when Sally won't tell them much about her new fella.
Wednesday, March 31st, 1965
27: Never Bathe on Saturday
Laura and Rob plan to spend a romantic weekend in the city and see a play, until Laura runs into a little problem at the hotel.
Wednesday, April 14th, 1965
28: Show of Hands
When Rob and Laura are asked to fill in for Alan Brady at a banquet in his honor, they run into a mishap at home with a pot of dye.
Wednesday, April 21st, 1965
29: Baby Fat
Alan Brady is rehearsing for a Broadway show, but the script needs work, so he asks Rob to help punch it up - without the author's knowledge.
Wednesday, May 5th, 1965
30: One Hundred Terrible Hours
In a flashback episode, Rob does a stunt on his radio show where he tries to stay awake for 100 hours - right before being asked to interview with Alan Brady.
Wednesday, May 12th, 1965
31: Br-rooom, Br-rooom
Rob's new motorcycle causes him more problems than he bargained for.
Wednesday, May 26th, 1965
32: There's No Sale Like Wholesale
Rob learns a lesson after letting Buddy get him a deal on a fur coat for Laura.
Wednesday, September 15th, 1965
1: Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth
A TV show host gets Laura to reveal some information she wishes she hadn't.
Wednesday, September 22nd, 1965
2: A Farewell to Writing
Rob finds out trying to write a novel all by himself is a bit harder than he thinks.
Wednesday, September 29th, 1965
3: Uhny Uftz
While working very late, Rob thinks he hears and sees a small flying saucer outside the office window.
Wednesday, October 6th, 1965
4: The Ugliest Dog in the World
Rob finds a dog for a sketch on The Alan Brady Show. After the dog's part is cut, Rob is stuck with the Ugliest Dog in the World.
Wednesday, October 13th, 1965
5: No Rice at My Wedding
Rob recalls a time when a date with Laura was a raffle prize.
Wednesday, October 20th, 1965
6: Draw Me a Pear
Laura talks Rob into going to her art class, but the art teacher seems to like Rob a little too much.
Wednesday, October 27th, 1965
7: The Great Petrie Fortune
Rob's Uncle Hezekiah leaves him a movie, with a clue.
Wednesday, November 3rd, 1965
8: Odd But True
Richie finds out the freckles on Rob's back form the shape of the Liberty Bell. Millie wants to send a picture in to Odd But True.
Wednesday, November 10th, 1965
9: Viva Petrie
Maria (the Petrie's previous maid) tells her friend Manuel to go to the Petrie's so that Rob can help him find him a job.
Wednesday, November 17th, 1965
10: Go Tell the Birds and Bees
Rob and Laurie Petrie are asked to Richie's principal's office to discuss things that Richie has been telling the other kids.
Wednesday, November 24th, 1965
11: Body and Sol
Rob tells Buddy and Sally of the time he became the middle weight champion of his Army Camp.
Wednesday, December 8th, 1965
12: See Rob Write, Write Rob, Write
To help sell a local artist's illustrations, Rob and Laura each write wildly different children's stories to go along with them.
Wednesday, December 15th, 1965
13: You're Under Arrest
After fighting with Laura, Rob is arrested at a bar for scuffling with an old lady.
Wednesday, December 29th, 1965
14: Fifty-Two, Forty-Five or Work
In a flashback episode, The Alan Brady Show goes on summer hiatus and Rob is worried how he'll support Laura (who is pregnant with Richie).
Wednesday, January 5th, 1966
15: Who Stole My Watch?
After losing his new watch at his birthday party, Rob begins to wonder if one of his friends took it.
Wednesday, January 19th, 1966
16: I Do Not Choose to Run
Rob gives a speech at council meeting that impresses the nominating committee for city councilman of New Rochelle.
Wednesday, January 26th, 1966
17: The Making of a Councilman
Rob wonders if he has enough experience to run for city councilman, after meeting his opponent.
Wednesday, February 2nd, 1966
18: The Curse of the Petrie People
Rob's mother gives Laura a family heirloom - a huge brooch in the shape of the United States.
Wednesday, February 9th, 1966
19: The Bottom of Mel Cooley's Heart
Alan humiliates Mel after Mel forgets to tell him about a change in this week's script. Rob tries to get Mel to stick up for himself, but his efforts backfire.
Wednesday, February 16th, 1966
20: Remember the Alimony
In another flashback episode, Rob and Laura take a romantic trip across the border to Mexico only to find out that the hotel they are staying in is where couples go to get divorced.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 1966
21: Dear Sally Rogers
Sally needs some material for her guest spot on "The Stevie Parsons Show", so she decides to "advertise" for a husband, but the results are unexpected.
Wednesday, March 2nd, 1966
22: Buddy Sorrell, Man and Boy
With all of his recent unexplained disappearances, Rob & Sally wonder if Buddy is having an affair.
Wednesday, March 9th, 1966
23: Bad Reception in Albany
While Rob and Laura are attending a wedding in Albany, Rob is asked by Alan to watch a fashion show to assess a possible guest star - but finding a TV proves to be difficult.
Wednesday, March 23rd, 1966
24: Talk to the Snail
Rob worries he's going to be fired after reading a memo that Alan threw out, so he starts looking for other work.
Wednesday, April 6th, 1966
25: A Day in the Life of Alan Brady
Jerry & Millie are having their anniversary party, on the same day that Alan Brady wants Rob to appear in his documentary, so Alan invites himself to the party.
Wednesday, April 13th, 1966
26: Obnoxious, Offensive, Egomaniac, Etc.
In a hurry to go to the theatre, Rob, Buddy and Sally forget to cross out all the insults about Alan they wrote in this week's script.
Wednesday, April 20th, 1966
27: The Man from My Uncle
A government agent wants to use Ritchie's room to stake out a house across the street.
Wednesday, April 27th, 1966
28: You Ought to Be in Pictures
Rob gets cast as a lead in a movie, but Laura isn't too thrilled when she finds out he'll have a love interest.
Wednesday, May 4th, 1966
29: Love Thy Other Neighbor
After Laura and Rob spend some time with their new neighbors, Jerry and Millie feel left out.
Wednesday, May 11th, 1966
30: Long Night's Journey into Day
Laura spends the night alone (terrified) while her family is on a fishing trip.
Wednesday, May 25th, 1966
31: The Gunslinger
As Jerry is extracting a tooth, Rob dreams that he lives in the old west and is a sheriff who has to save the town from Big Bad Brady.
Wednesday, June 1st, 1966
32: The Last Chapter
Rob finally finishes his memoire after 5 years. As Laura begins to read it, we see flashbacks from all the previous shows, starting from when Rob met Laura.