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The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)

The Dick Van Dyke Show is an American television sitcom that initially aired on CBS from October 3, 1961, until June 1, 1966. The show was created by Carl Reiner and starred Dick Van Dyke, Rose Marie, Morey Amsterdam and Mary Tyler Moore. It centered around the work and home life of television comedy writer Rob Petrie. The show was produced by Reiner with Bill Persky and Sam Denoff. The music for the show's theme song was written by Earle Hagen. The series won 15 Emmy Awards. In 1997, the episodes "Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth" and "It May Look Like a Walnut" were ranked at 8 and 15 respectively on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time. In 2002, it was ranked at 13 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time.

Release Date: Tue, Oct 03, 1961

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 30

Season 5:

Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth
Episode 1: Coast-to-Coast Big Mouth (Sep 15, 1965)
A talk show host gets Laura to tell a TV audience that Alan Brady is bald!
A Farewell to Writing
Episode 2: A Farewell to Writing (Sep 22, 1965)
Rob tries to write a novel, but finds that writing comedy is easier.
Uhny Uftz
Episode 3: Uhny Uftz (Sep 29, 1965)
Rob and Buddy are working late, and keep thinking they hear a metallic voice saying ""Uhny Uftz""! The explore a supposedly abandoned office somewhere in the building, and find a somewhat 'mad' inventor (complete with a taciturn and vaguely menacing assistant) who has constructed a toy flying saucer. It works quite well, except that, instead of saying ""Merry Christmas"" as the inventor intended, the saucer only says ""Uhny Uftz"".
The Ugliest Dog in the World
Episode 4: The Ugliest Dog in the World (Oct 06, 1965)
Rob tries to write a part for a dog who is going to be on The Alan Brady Show. After the dog's part is cut from the show Rob tries to find a home for the dog, But nobody wants the dog.
No Rice at My Wedding
Episode 5: No Rice at My Wedding (Oct 13, 1965)
Rob recalls a time when Laura was the prize of a raffle. Rob does everything he can to keep Clark Rice from marrying Laura.
Draw Me a Pear
Episode 6: Draw Me a Pear (Oct 20, 1965)
Laura talks Rob into going to her art class unaware that Valerie falls in love with Rob.
The Great Petrie Fortune
Episode 7: The Great Petrie Fortune (Oct 27, 1965)
After Rob and Laura finish watching a movie Uncle Hezekiah gives Rob and Laura clue as to what the fortune might be.
Odd But True
Episode 8: Odd But True (Nov 03, 1965)
Ritchie finds out the freckles on Rob's back form the shape of the Liberty Bell. Millie wants to send a pictrue to Odd But True. (a nwespaper column)
Viva Petrie
Episode 9: Viva Petrie (Nov 10, 1965)
Maria (the Petrie's maid) tells Manuel Luis Rodriguez to go to the Petrie's because Maria feels that Rob can find him a job, but the only Manuel can do is be a bullfighter.
Go Tell the Birds and Bees
Episode 10: Go Tell the Birds and Bees (Nov 17, 1965)
Alberta Nelson shines in a small part as Miss Reshovsky, the concerned elementary schoolteacher of note. Rob and Laurie Petrie are also asked to the principal's office to discuss their son.
Body and Sol
Episode 11: Body and Sol (Nov 24, 1965)
Rob tells Buddy and Sally of the time he became the middle weight champion of his Army Camp.
See Rob Write, Write Rob, Write
Episode 12: See Rob Write, Write Rob, Write (Dec 08, 1965)
After going to the Butcher's Shop to get something for dinner, Laura sees pictures (drawn By Charlie Wheelright) Laura wants to write a story to help sell Charlie's pictures. Rob doesn't like the idea because he always finshes her stories.
You're Under Arrest
Episode 13: You're Under Arrest (Dec 15, 1965)
After fighting with Laura, Rob is arrested for hurting an old Lady. Rob has trouble telling police he didn't hurt the Lady (whom he saw in a barroom).
Fifty-Two, Forty-Five or Work
Episode 14: Fifty-Two, Forty-Five or Work (Dec 29, 1965)
The Alan Brady Show is on hiatus Rob is worried about to support Laura (who is pregnant with Ritchie) Rob doesn't anyone to know he needs a job until The Alan Brady Show returns from hiatus.
Who Stole My Watch?
Episode 15: Who Stole My Watch? (Jan 05, 1966)
After Rob loses his watch that he got as birthday gift, He thinks everyone he knows took his watch. Laura and Rob plan a party to say they are sorry after they learn a crook stole Rob's watch.
I Do Not Choose to Run
Episode 16: I Do Not Choose to Run (Jan 19, 1966)
Rob gives a speech at council meeting that will land him a nomination for city councilman of New Rochelle.
The Making of a Councilman
Episode 17: The Making of a Councilman (Jan 26, 1966)
Rob decides to quit running for his seat on the New Rochelle city council after meeting the opponent running against him because of his experience.
The Curse of the Petrie People
Episode 18: The Curse of the Petrie People (Feb 02, 1966)
Laura gets a brooch that (in the shape of the United States) tells the history of the Petrie family. Laura later puts the brooch in the garbage! We learn that Rob's mom hates the brooch!
The Bottom of Mel Cooley's Heart
Episode 19: The Bottom of Mel Cooley's Heart (Feb 09, 1966)
Mel is in trouble for not telling Alan that there was a change in the script. Rob tries to get Mel to stick up for himself, But Mel gets fired.
Remember the Alimony
Episode 20: Remember the Alimony (Feb 16, 1966)
Rob and Laura leave Anchor Texas to go to Mexico only to find that marriage is hard to do. They soon find out that getting a divorce is easier than they thought (it costs $10 in Mexico!)
Dear Sally Rogers
Episode 21: Dear Sally Rogers (Feb 23, 1966)
Sally really wants a husband she goes on ""The Stevie Parsons Show"" thinking she has finally found a husband or has she? Stevie asks Rob to help in a stunt where Stevie picks a letter written to Sally, One problem Sally has no idea what will happen! Wait until Sally finds out who Box 7030 is!
Buddy Sorrell, Man and Boy
Episode 22: Buddy Sorrell, Man and Boy (Mar 02, 1966)
Rob & Sally think Buddy is having an affair but he is getting ready for his bar mitzvah.
Bad Reception in Albany
Episode 23: Bad Reception in Albany (Mar 09, 1966)
Rob and Laura are attending a wedding in Albany, Rob is asked by Alan to watch a fashion show. He promises to tell Alan what he thought of it. Rob has to hurry to the church to usher a wedding.
Talk to the Snail
Episode 24: Talk to the Snail (Mar 23, 1966)
Rob fears his job is gone after reading a memo (found in the trash where they are looking for this week's script that Buddy lost) Rob almost writes for Jelly Bean a snail!
A Day in the Life of Alan Brady
Episode 25: A Day in the Life of Alan Brady (Apr 06, 1966)
Jerry & Millie are having their anniversary party, at the Petrie home one problem the party is a part of documentary that focuses on Alan.
Obnoxious, Offensive, Egomaniac, Etc.
Episode 26: Obnoxious, Offensive, Egomaniac, Etc. (Apr 13, 1966)
Laura looks at a script that insults Alan, The gang in a hurry to go to the theater they forget that Alan has the script with the insults in it. So Rob Buddy & Sally try to go in Alan's office to find it. Rob crawls through Alan's office, Laura later finds the key (Rob has no idea that the door is about to open and is hit in the nose by the door.) After Rob breaks in to Alan's desk ( forgetting to ask for the key for the desk.) While still in Alan's office Mel forgets to mention the script was delivered to Alan. Mel then has an idea to break in Alan's house! They finally find the script in Alan's hand!
The Man from My Uncle
Episode 27: The Man from My Uncle (Apr 20, 1966)
Ritchie's bedroom is used as a stakeout point (it has the best view) Harry Bond is looking for the nephew of Wendell Gerard, Rob loves the gadgets the agent brings to solve the case.
You Ought to Be in Pictures
Episode 28: You Ought to Be in Pictures (Apr 27, 1966)
Rob gets a movie role, but he has to kiss a woman. Laura makes sure that nothing else happens.
Love Thy Other Neighbor
Episode 29: Love Thy Other Neighbor (May 04, 1966)
Laura and Rob spend time with the Staggs and going to the theater,Jerry & Millie feel left out.
Long Night's Journey into Day
Episode 30: Long Night's Journey into Day (May 11, 1966)
Rob & Jerry go fishing leaving Laura (who has a cold) home alone with a mynah bird. Millie comes back to keep Laura company, Millie couldn't find Laura (She was taking a shower).
The Gunslinger
Episode 31: The Gunslinger (May 25, 1966)
Rob needs to have a tooth removed, as Jerry removes it Rob dreams that he lives in the old west and needs to save the town from Big Bad Brady. Rob can't seem to remember to bring his guns ( he can't recall where he left them including his gun belt!) Deputy Buddy finally brings them, just as Big Bad Brady and Rob go to battle. We find that Rob needs to practice more (he can't shoot all the bottles on the bar.) Rob is about to wake up only to be told by Jerry, that a World War 1 script is needed. Rob asks Jerry to put him under again and take another tooth so Rob can think of what to dream about!
The Last Chapter
Episode 32: The Last Chapter (Jun 01, 1966)
Rob gives Laura his book (it took 5 years to write.) As Laura begins to read the book, we see classic moments from several episodes. The book takes us through how Rob and Laura met as well as how Rob almost missed his wedding! Later Rob talks about waiting for the birth Ritchie. As Laura finishes the book Rob tells her the publisher hated the book, Alan Brady decides to make the book into a TV series!

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