The Bob Newhart Show

Season 4 Episode 9

Who is Mr. X?

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Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Nov 08, 1975 on CBS
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Who is Mr. X?
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Bob accepts a seemingly innocent invitation to appear as the guest on a TV discussion program. He winds up in the jaws of a dilemma when the show host turns out to have the disposition of a shark.

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    Bob Newhart

    Bob Newhart

    Dr. Robert "Bob" Hartley

    Suzanne Pleshette

    Suzanne Pleshette

    Emily Hartley

    Marcia Wallace

    Marcia Wallace

    Carol Kester Bondurant

    Bill Daily

    Bill Daily

    Howard Borden

    Peter Bonerz

    Peter Bonerz

    Dr. Jerome "Jerry" Robinson

    Jennifer Warren

    Jennifer Warren

    Ruth Corley

    Guest Star

    Alan Manson

    Alan Manson

    Congressman Avery

    Guest Star

    Claudette Duffy

    Claudette Duffy

    Sister Mary Katherine

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    Jack Riley

    Jack Riley

    Elliot Carlin

    Recurring Role

    John Fiedler

    John Fiedler

    Emil Peterson

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • Emily: Does his name rhyme with stockefeller?

      • (after the interview)
        Ruth Corley: Well, I really enjoyed it.
        Bob: Well, you would have enjoyed Pearl Harbor.

      • Ruth Corley: Dr. Hartley, according to a recently published survey the average fee for a private session with a psychologist is forty dollars.
        Bob: That's a… that's about right.
        Ruth Corley: Right? I don't think it's right. What other practitioner gets 40 dollars an hour?
        Bob: Uh…my plumber.
        Ruth Corley: Plumbers guarantee their work, do you?
        Bob: See, I don't understand why all of a sudden you…
        Ruth Corley: I asked you if you guarantee your work.
        Bob: Well, I can't guarantee that each and every person who walks through the door is going to be cured, you know…
        Ruth Corley: You mean you ask 40 dollars an hour and you guarantee nothing?
        Bob: I…I validate.

      • Bob: Chicago before dawn. My kind of town. It may be a sleeping giant now, but soon it will awaken to become the crossroads of America.
        Emily: Can it, Bob.

      • Ruth Corley: It's been said that today's psychologist is nothing more than a con man, a snake-oil salesman flimflamming innocent people, peddling cures for everything from nail biting to a lousy love life--and I agree. We'll ask Dr. Hartley to defend himself after these messages.

    • NOTES (2)

      • "Hi, Bob"-ometer: Four, from Jerry, Carol, Howard, and Congressman Avery, making the total 147 for the series.

      • Carol makes reference to Channels 2, 5, and 7, all actual stations in Chicago. WBBM-TV Channel 2 is the local CBS affiliate. She also mentions the city's three rival newspapers of the time: The Tribune, Sun-Times, and now-defunct Daily News.

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