The Bob Newhart Show (1961) - Season 1

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  • Show No. 33
    Show No. 33
    Episode 33
    6/13/62
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    In the last episode of the series Bob breaks with his usual format and performs a drum solo. Pianist Peter Nero performs.
  • Show No. 32
    Show No. 32
    Episode 32
    6/6/62
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  • Show No. 31
    Show No. 31
    Episode 31
    5/30/62
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    In a phone sketch, Bob plays a small-town police chief coaching one of his men on how to diffuse a bomb. Fess Parker joins Bob in a war movie sketch that features indirect advertising.
  • Show No. 30
    Show No. 30
    Episode 30
    5/23/62
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  • Show No. 29
    Show No. 29
    Episode 29
    5/16/62
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    Guests and the show's regular performers join Bob in a sketch about an American tourist in Europe. The Lettermen sing.
  • Show No. 28
    Show No. 28
    Episode 28
    5/9/62
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    In a sketch, Bob plays an elevator operator who is new on the job. Harry Weston and his orchestra are featured.
  • Show No. 27
    Show No. 27
    Episode 27
    5/2/62
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    Guest Connie Stevens plays a girlfriend to Bob's whirling dervish.
  • Show No. 26
    Show No. 26
    Episode 26
    4/25/62
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    In his monologue Bob portrays a small-town leader planning for a World's Fair. Guests and the show's regular performers join Bob for a sketch about disarmament sent in prehistoric times.
  • Show No. 25
    Show No. 25
    Episode 25
    4/18/62
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    Bob does his monologue as Sir Walter Raleigh. Guests and the show's regular performers join Bob in a sketch about a homeowner who refuses to sell, even though a huge ballpark is going up around his house. Singer Elaine Dunn performs songs from West Side Story.
  • Show No. 24
    Show No. 24
    Episode 24
    4/11/62
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    Guest star Charles Bronson joins Bob and the regular performers in a sketch about prison. Anita Gordon sings.
  • Show No. 23
    Show No. 23
    Episode 23
    4/4/62
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    Bob performs his famous "Driving Instructor" sketch. Singer Joanie Sommers performs.
  • Show No. 22
    Show No. 22
    Episode 22
    3/28/62
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    In Bob's "monodrama" he visits friends who own a vicious dog. Guests and the shows regular performers join Bob in a sketch concerning marketing Bob Newhart merchandise. Australian musical comedy star Elaine McKenna, and singer Dick Noel provide music.
  • Show No. 21
    Show No. 21
    Episode 21
    3/21/62
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    Bob, his guests and the show's regular performers do a sketch poking fun at the John Birch Society. The musical guest is Nancy Wilson.
  • Show No. 20
    Show No. 20
    Episode 20
    3/14/62
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    The sketch features a TV weatherman who becomes the host of a musical program. The Chad Mitchell Trio sings.
  • Show No. 19
    Show No. 19
    Episode 19
    3/7/62
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  • Show No. 18
    Show No. 18
    Episode 18
    2/28/62
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    In the featured sketch, Bob instructs delegates to a political convention. Folk music trio, The Limeliters, sing.
  • Show No. 17
    Show No. 17
    Episode 17
    2/21/62
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    Tonight's sketch targets include the Peace Corps and TV shows with multiple heroes.
  • Show No. 16
    Show No. 16
    Episode 16
    2/7/62
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    Bob takes his show to New York City where he visits with Jack Paar. Jack tries to persuade Bob to take his place on Paar's late-night talk show.
  • Show No. 15
    Show No. 15
    Episode 15
    1/31/62
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    A sketch parodies a news program investigating honesty in television commercials, and Bob's "monodrama" takes a look at jury duty. Jaye P. Morgan sings "Nobody's Sweetheart."
  • Show No. 14
    Show No. 14
    Episode 14
    1/17/62
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    In a skit, Bob plays an Army Sergeant whose men are loaned to a movie studio to participate in one of their war pictures. In his monolog, Bob dramatizes how viewers are influenced by television shows dealing with crime, reporters and talking animals. Betty Johnson shares a song.
  • Show No. 13
    Show No. 13
    Episode 13
    1/10/62
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    In a sketch, Bob portrays a public relations expert trying to get Communist China accepted into the United Nations. Pianist Peter Nero provides special music.
  • Show No. 12
    Show No. 12
    Episode 12
    1/3/62
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    In his monologue Bob portrays a city traffic expert. Guests and the show's regular performers join in a sketch in which Bob plays the owner of a haberdashery. Music is provided by The Brothers Four.
  • Show No. 11
    Show No. 11
    Episode 11
    12/27/61
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    In Bob's "mono-drama" he portrays a professional organizer. The show's featured performers join Bob in a sketch that wonders what an Early American Indian would do if he found himself in modern America. Joanie Sommers sings "You Make Me Feel So Young."
  • Show No. 10
    Show No. 10
    Episode 10
    12/20/61
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    The opening phone sketch finds Bob speaking to a friend who is at an office Christmas party. Guests and the show's regular performers join Bob in a sketch in which Santa Claus (Bob) visits a fallout shelter and a radar station. The Four Freshmen sing.
  • Show No. 9
    Show No. 9
    Episode 9
    12/13/61
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    The episode opens with a telephone sketch in which Bob is speaking with the owner of a deli who wants to name a sandwich after Bob. Other sketches feature Bob as a movie director filming in Africa, and as a nightclub owner who is being interviewed. Music is provided by the quartet, the Eligibles.moreless
  • Show No. 8
    Show No. 8
    Episode 8
    12/6/61
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    Bob's monologue shows him considering buying a phone for his car. This week's guest stars and the show's regular performers join in a sketch about the production of a television situation comedy, in which Bob plays the producer/director.
  • Show No. 7
    Show No. 7
    Episode 7
    11/22/61
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    Bob performs a phone sketch concerning wiretapping, and another in which he portrays an instructor at a school for parking lot attendants. The show's troupe of regular performers join Bob in a sketch about the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Music is provided by the Ward Ellis Troupe.
  • Show No. 6
    Show No. 6
    Episode 6
    11/15/61
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    Bob performs a telephone sketch as a patient speaking to his doctor. Other sketch subjects include the marine salvage business and the modern supermarket. Singer Jane Morgan performs.
  • Show No. 5
    Show No. 5
    Episode 5
    11/8/61
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    Bob performs a telephone sketch, poking fun at salesmen, and a sketch about crossing a toll bridge. Guests and the show's regular performers join Bob in a parody of a popular hospital show.
  • Show No. 4
    Show No. 4
    Episode 4
    11/1/61
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    Bob plays a teacher in a training class for commercial airline pilots. In another sketch, Bob and guest Ann Guilbert portray what it might have been like if a historical figure had been married to a 1960s woman. Bob's monolog pokes fun at TV commercials.
  • Show No. 3
    Show No. 3
    Episode 3
    10/25/61
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    Bob presents a monologue about PTA meetings. The show's regular performers and guests join Bob in sketches about a small town police department and cafeteria dining.
  • Show No. 2
    Show No. 2
    Episode 2
    10/18/61
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    Bob, his guests and the show's regular performers present sketches about Egypt and the resort hotel business. Martin Denny and his musical group perform "The Llama Serenade."
  • Show No. 1
    Show No. 1
    Episode 1
    10/11/61
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    Bob Newhart kicks off his own variety show with a monologue titled, "How to save the world from ruination." Sketches include "The news behind the news," "The current situation in Africa," and "Modern business merchandising." The Four Preps sing "More Money For You And Me."
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