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The Dick Van Dyke Show

The misadventures of a TV writer both at work and at home.

Duration: 30 min

Quality: HD

Release: 1961

IMDb: 8.3

Season 1 - The Dick Van Dyke Show
1961-10-10
"Rob has only one day off from work and Laura is upset that Rob won't eat with her or do anything but sleep until 11am. Laura tells him he got about 7 seconds worth of sleep! (She set the clock ahead two hours!) Laura worries she is getting old (because of gray hair Rob found). In the office Rob tells Buddy and Sally the problem, but Rob has no idea what he and Laura fought over (She was crying to hard)\n\nRob thinks over what may have made Laura cry. Rob calls her to say \"\"I Love You.\"\" Laura tells Rob not to come home for an hour. (Millie ran out the hair color she use it all last week.)"
1962-04-18
"Laura meets Happy Spangler who guesses who she is married to. Rob got his first job from Happy. Rob offers Happy a job to help Buddy and Sally write the show but doesn't feel he can do it. The gang quickly gets tired of Happy. Rob has to let him go because Happy can't come up with a joke."
Season 2 - The Dick Van Dyke Show
1963-04-24
"Rob nearly ruins his own surprise birthday party after Laura finds out Rob already knows! Laura stays up all night planning the party. The guests are hiding in the Petrie house!"
Season 3 - The Dick Van Dyke Show
1963-09-25
"Rob tells Mel about the day Ritchie came home Laura says Ritchie looked different in the crib. Rob begins to think he took the wrong baby home. Actually they took the right baby home but the wrong stuff like the cards (which were meant for the Peters baby (who left the hospital the same day as the Petries)\n\nJerry & Rob take the footprints of their baby. The Peters come to get their stuff such as the flowers & dried figs."
1964-04-08
"Laura's past comes back to haunt her in form of painting that is at an art gallery."
Season 5 - The Dick Van Dyke Show
1965-09-15
"A talk show host gets Laura to tell a TV audience that Alan Brady is bald!"
1965-09-22
"Rob tries to write a novel, but finds that writing comedy is easier."