The Dick Van Dyke Show
Laugh along to one of television's most beloved shows, centering on a TV comedy writer, his charming wife, and goofy office colleagues.
S01:E01 - The Sick Boy and the Sitter
Comedy writer Rob Petrie talks his wife Laura into leaving their "sick" son Ritchie with a babysitter while they attend a big party.
S01:E02 - My Blonde-Haired Brunette
Laura dyes her hair blonde when she fears the romance in her marriage is fading.
S01:E03 - Sally and the Lab Tech
Laura matches up her pharmacist cousin, Thomas, with Rob's fireball co-writer, Sally, for a lopsided dinner party.
S01:E04 - Washington vs. the Bunny
Rob is torn between going to Washington, D.C. on business and attending Ritchie's school play.
S01:E05 - Oh How We Met the Night That We Danced
While clearing out the bedroom closet, Rob finds his old army boots, bringing back memories of how he and Laura first met.
S01:E06 - Harrison B. Harding of Camp Crowder, MO
Rob invites an old Army pal home to dinner but begins to fear he has a jewel thief on his hands.
S01:E07 - Jealousy!
Laura begins to worry when Rob has to work nights with a beautiful television star.
S01:E08 - To Tell or Not to Tell
Complications ensue when Mel tells Rob that he wants Laura to dance on "The Alan Brady Show."
S01:E09 - The Unwelcome Houseguest
Rob reluctantly agrees to take care of Buddy's dog for the weekend and creates a furor when he brings the animal home.
S01:E10 - The Meershatz Pipe
Rob fears he is no longer needed when his co-writers do a show without his help.
S01:E11 - Forty-Four Tickets
Rob invites 44 fellow PTA members to his television show, but forgets all about it until air time.
S01:E12 - Empress Carlotta's Necklace
Rob buys Laura a hideous necklace but Laura can't bring herself to tell Rob how she really feels about it.
S01:E13 - Sally Is a Girl
Rob and Buddy treat Sally as "one of the guys", even in the presence of Sally's date.
S01:E14 - Buddy, Can You Spare a Job?
When Buddy has a chance for a head writer job, Rob and Sally help Buddy get released from his contract.
S01:E15 - Where Did I Come From?
Rob recalls the hilarious events leading up to Ritchie's birth when Ritchie asks the inevitable question.
S01:E16 - The Curious Thing About Women
Unable to control her curiosity, Laura opens Rob's mail and she instantly regrets it!
S01:E17 - Punch Thy Neighbor
Rob's dentist pal, Jerry, strains the friendship when he starts knocking Rob's television show in public.
S01:E18 - Who Owes Who What?
Buddy ignores Rob's efforts to collect an old debt.
S01:E19 - The Talented Neighborhood
When his show announces a talent contest, Rob finds himself besieged by the parents of neighborhood prodigies.
S01:E20 - A Word a Day
Ritchie's expanding vocabulary starts to branch out in unexpected directions.
S01:E21 - The Boarder Incident
While his wife is away, Buddy moves in with the Petries and quickly wears out his welcome.
S01:E22 - Father of the Week
Rob's paternal pride suffers a cruel shock when he finds out that his six-year-old son is embarrassed to admit how his dad makes a living.
S01:E23 - The Twizzle
Sally drags the entire gang to a bowling alley when she discovers a new dance sensation that's sure to sweep the nation.
S01:E24 - One Angry Man
Laura believes Rob, on jury duty, has been unfairly swayed by the beautiful blonde defendant.
S01:E25 - Where You Been, Fassbinder?
Romance enters Sally's life in the form of an insurance salesman named Leo Fassbinder.
S01:E26 - I Am My Brother's Keeper
Rob's bashful brother arrives in town and proves to be confident and outgoing only when he is sleepwalking.
S01:E27 - The Sleeping Brother
Rob's talented, sleepwalking brother manages to audition successfully for "The Alan Brady Show" even while wide-awake.
S01:E28 - The Bad Old Days
Buddy laments the decline of the American male and yearns for the "good old days."
S01:E29 - Sol and the Sponsor
Rob faces a dilemma when an army pal must be told he can’t attend a dinner party that the Petries are throwing for a sponsor of "The Alan Brady Show."
S01:E30 - The Return of Happy Spangler
Rob makes the mistake of trying to help the old-time radio comedy writer who gave him his first break.