The Bob Newhart Show Reviews & Ratings

30 minutes

Newhart had his first sitcom success as Chicago psychologist Bob Hartley in this ensemble gem of the 1970s. Complicating life for the serene, stammering doc and his wise wife, Emily, were their neighbor, Howard, a flighty navigator; and Bob's coworkers, dentist Jerry and flippant receptionist Carol. The humor was gentle, sophisticated and, at times, wonderfully surreal. 'We were selling class and charm and wit,' series cocreator David Davis said. And for six years, viewers were happily buying.
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May 2, 2016 12:33PM EDT
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All I remember about this show is that every time they said "Bob" I had to take a drink...don't recall the ending.

All I remember about this show is that every time they said "Bob" I had to take a drink...don't recall the ending.

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Feb 4, 2017 5:07AM EST
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A marvelous show and it gave us one of the best surprise endings in television history, on his next show Newhart. Watch this show, then watch Newhart and make sure you see the last episode and you'll thank me! It's been parodied by lots of others.

A marvelous show and it gave us one of the best surprise endings in television history, on his next show Newhart. Watch this show, then watch Newhart and make sure you see the last episode and you'll thank me! It's been parodied by lots of others.