Love On A Rooftop - Season 1

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ABC (ended 1967)

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  • Murder in Apartment D
    4/6/67
    8.7
    Mysterious doings and alarming sounds prompt David, Julie, Stan, and Carol to suspect that the new neighbors have done in an elderly gentleman.
  • Debt of Gratitude
    Debt of Gratitude
    Episode 29
    3/30/67
    7.7
    Friends of David invade his apartment building and set-up a counter-culture colony on the rooftop.
  • One Too Many Cooks
    One Too Many Cooks
    Episode 28
    3/23/67
    8.1
    After some initial reluctance, David's demonstration of culinary expertise causes a big sensation.
  • Stork on a Rooftop
    Stork on a Rooftop
    Episode 27
    3/16/67
    6.6
    People suspect that Julie is going to have a baby when her father notices her new eating habits.
  • The Letterbug
    The Letterbug
    Episode 26
    3/9/67
    7.9
    David agrees to help Stan with his new job at a computer dating service by answering a questionnaire. Julie opens a letter and reads David's responses, leading promptly to an argument.
  • The Sell Out
    The Sell Out
    Episode 25
    3/2/67
    8.7
    David compromises his integrity in the field of architecture by taking on a lesser project mainly to earn money for Julie's art school tuition.
  • Low Calorie Love
    Low Calorie Love
    Episode 24
    2/23/67
    8.8
    David and Julie embark on radically different diets - Julie wants to add some weight and David thinks he needs to shed some pounds.
  • Musical Apartments
    Musical Apartments
    Episode 23
    2/16/67
    7.5
    Another crazy scheme of Stan's accidentally causes a catastrophic insect infestation at the apartment building.
  • Shotgun Honeymoon
    Shotgun Honeymoon
    Episode 22
    2/9/67
    8.3
    A misunderstanding over the timing of her honeymoon causes strife between Julie and her father.
  • Who Was That Husband I Saw You With?
    2/2/67
    7.6
    A mix-up ensues when a mysterious man seems to have taken David's place in David and Julie's wedding photographs.
  • My Father, the TV Star
    1/26/67
    7.2
    After being asked to star in a TV commercial, Julie's father is a hit.
  • King of the Castle
    King of the Castle
    Episode 19
    1/19/67
    8.5
    David needs to take another job to pay a dentist's bill for Julie but he is far less enthusiastic about her potential to earn money.
  • Let It Rain
    Let It Rain
    Episode 18
    1/12/67
    9.0
    Julie's parents move into the newleyweds' cramped apartment in order to get an idea of how they can possibly manage.
  • Going Home to Daughter
    1/3/67
    8.7
    Julie and David have an unwanted houseguest in the tiny apartment when Julie's mother decides to move in after a spat with her father on their wedding anniversary.
  • Frocks of Trouble
    Frocks of Trouble
    Episode 16
    12/27/66
    7.5
    Julie is scheduled to attend a gala and must choose between an expensive dress given to her by her wealthy father and a much simpler one bought by her husband.
  • The Fifty Dollar Misunderstanding
    12/20/66
    8.2
    Stan decides to promote Julie's art career as a business opportunity at the same time that David wants to encourage her by spending considerable money on buying art supplies.
  • But Is It Really You?
    12/13/66
    7.7
    An ambitious interior designer convinces David and Julie that the one new decorative gift they were given means that they absolutely must re-model their entire apartment.
  • There's Got to be Something Wrong with Her
    David's former girlfriend seems so perfect that Julie is mystified as to why they didn't end up together.
  • Dave's Night Out
    Dave's Night Out
    Episode 12
    11/29/66
    8.9
    When Julie can't find David at his weekly poker night she suspects the worst, but his whereabouts turn out to be well-intentioned.
  • War on a Rooftop
    War on a Rooftop
    Episode 11
    11/22/66
    8.1
    Stan and David (and their spouses) become more and more angry at each other after Stan installs a pet carrier pigeon on the apartment rooftop.
  • Who Is Sylvia?
    Who Is Sylvia?
    Episode 10
    11/15/66
    7.9
    Both David and Julie have dreams about a mystery woman named Sylvia, a person who is to become involved in David's life.
  • Chinchilla Rag
    Chinchilla Rag
    Episode 9
    11/1/66
    7.4
    Stan's new dream of raising chinchillas involves harboring the furry rodents with Julie and David, something that is against the rules of the apartment building.
  • One Picture is Worth...
    10/25/66
    8.2
    Julie wants to help support the artistic career of an old flame, much to David's displeasure.
  • Homecoming
    Homecoming
    Episode 7
    10/18/66
    9.2
    Julie tries to help David get over a sense of inferiority after they visit her wealthy family's enormous home.
  • The Chocolate Hen
    The Chocolate Hen
    Episode 6
    10/11/66
    7.3
    David is furious when Julie inadvertently gives a piece of chocolate he has kept to a neighborhood boy.
  • The Six Dollar Surprise
    10/4/66
    8.8
    Julie wants to throw a party for David's birthday, but he insists that he doesn't want a big affair and limits her spending to six dollars.
  • The Big Brass Bed
    The Big Brass Bed
    Episode 4
    9/27/66
    8.6
    The misadventures of buying a great new bed and the struggle to get it back to the apartment building.
  • My Husband, the Knight
    9/20/66
    8.2
    When a visit from his boss looms, David wants to furnish the apartment with a new chair and so takes a job where he has to dress like a medieval knight in armor.
  • 117 Ways to Cook Hamburger
    9/13/66
    8.4
    In order to help with the incredibly strained household budget, Julie buys an enormous amount of bulk ground beef.
  • Love on a Rooftop
    Love on a Rooftop
    Episode 1
    9/6/66
    8.8
    Newleyweds Julie and David can only afford an apartment that has no windows, something they want to hide from their parents. However, a saving grace is that they have access to the building's roof, a beautiful and romantic spot.
  • Pilot (unaired)
    A longer and uncut version of the first aired episode. Some footage still exists today.