The Bob Newhart Show

Season 2 Episode 9

Mutiny on the Hartley

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Nov 10, 1973 on CBS
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Bob decides to meet the rising cost of living by raising his rates. But the members of his therapy group revolt when he picks the most inappropriate moment to tell them.

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Bob Newhart

Bob Newhart

Dr. Robert "Bob" Hartley

Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette

Emily Hartley

Marcia Wallace

Marcia Wallace

Carol Kester

Bill Daily

Bill Daily

Howard Borden

Peter Bonerz

Peter Bonerz

Dr. Jerome "Jerry" Robinson

Henry Gordon

Henry Gordon

Mr. Nenn

Guest Star

Jack Riley

Jack Riley

Elliot Carlin

Recurring Role

Noam Pitlik

Noam Pitlik

Victor Gianelli

Recurring Role

Renée Lippin

Renée Lippin

Michelle Nardo

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In this episode we learn that Mr. Carlin was Bob's first patient and that Michelle has been a patient since she graduated from high school.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Jerry: You ought to raise your rates every once in a while. Otherwise your patients won't think you're doing any good.
      Bob: Jerry, I just…I feel guilty about it.
      Jerry: Oh, you shouldn't feel guilty, Bob. You think your patients feel guilty about not paying their bill on time?
      Bob: My patients feel guilty about everything.

    • Mrs. Bakerman: Dr. Hartley, this is my gift. I didn't get a chance to wrap it because I only just finished knitting it this second.
      Bob: Oh, a…a wallet. How unusual. And practical. And yellow.
      Mrs. Bakerman: Yes, isn't it cheery? And there's a place for your credit cards, and a place for your change. I didn't have time to knit you a secret compartment, but I did put in a picture of Jane Wyman.

    • Mr. Carlin: All I can say is, I never thought I'd see the day.
      Bob: What…what do you mean by that, Mr. Carlin?
      Mr. Carlin: I remember the lean years, Dr. Hartley, just the two of us. I was your first patient. You didn't have a couch to lie on. We used to sit together in the same overstuffed chair.

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The episode title derives from a famous novel and two movies called "Mutiny On The Bounty". Based on a historic mutiny on April 28, 1789, the novel by Nordhoff and Hall was published in 1932. The 1935 movie version won an Academy Award for Best Picture. The 1962 version starred Marlon Brando.

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