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The Dick Van Dyke Show

That's My Boy???

Episode: 063 | Aired: September 25, 1963

Rob recalls the hectic days after Richie was born, when he was sure the hospital had given him and Laura the wrong baby.

The Masterpiece

Episode: 064 | Aired: October 02, 1963

Rob and Laura return home from an auction with two mysterious objects d'art.

Laura's Little Lie

Episode: 065 | Aired: October 09, 1963

Complications arise when Laura confesses to Rob that she lied about her age on their marriage certificate.

Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice

Episode: 066 | Aired: October 16, 1963

Rob and Laura learn they are not legally married and make plans to elope.

All About Eavesdropping

Episode: 067 | Aired: October 23, 1963

Through Richie's toy intercom, Rob and Laura tune in on a conversation at the Helpers' and almost lose two friends.

Too Many Stars

Episode: 068 | Aired: October 30, 1963

Rob finds he has "too many stars" on his hands when he tries to direct a show for the Parents' Council.

Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius?

Episode: 069 | Aired: November 06, 1963

Rob finds himself at a party in a strange town, swaying to the bossa nova with a breathless young woman who adores him.

Uncle George

Episode: 070 | Aired: November 13, 1963

Rob's Uncle George arrives in town and asks his nephew to find him a wife.

Big Max Calvada

Episode: 071 | Aired: November 20, 1963

An underworld figure involves Rob, Sally, and Buddy in an unusual writing assignment. Jack Larson guest-stars.

The Ballad of the Betty Lou

Episode: 072 | Aired: November 27, 1963

Rob and Jerry invest in a sailboat and find they have embarked on a disastrous venture.

Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors

Episode: 073 | Aired: December 04, 1963

Rob feels like a hero when he hires a maid for his overworked wife, Laura.

The Sound of Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears

Episode: 074 | Aired: December 11, 1963

Rob thinks he has witnessed two crooks running from the scene of a crime.

The Alan Brady Show Presents

Episode: 075 | Aired: December 18, 1963

The entire Alan Brady staff presents a Christmas show instead of the script turned in by the show's writers. Carl Reiner guest-stars.

The Third One from the Left

Episode: 076 | Aired: January 01, 1964

A young chorus girl on "The Alan Brady Show" falls desperately in love with Rob.

My Husband is the Best One

Episode: 077 | Aired: January 08, 1964

Rob gets into trouble at work after Laura interferes in an interview he is giving on Alan Brady.

The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer

Episode: 078 | Aired: January 15, 1964

When a handsome bachelor, Arthur Stanwyck, moves in next door, Rob and Laura become matchmakers.

The Life and Love of Joe Coogan

Episode: 079 | Aired: January 22, 1964

Laura meets her old love, a young man who has entered the priesthood.

A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards

Episode: 080 | Aired: January 29, 1964

Inadvertently using a deck of marked cards, Rob wins at poker and almost loses a few friends. Ed Platt guest-stars.

Happy Birthday and Too Many More

Episode: 081 | Aired: February 05, 1964

When Laura and Rob give Richie a birthday party, 63 screaming moppets make a shambles of the Petrie house.

The Brave and the Backache

Episode: 082 | Aired: February 12, 1964

Rob consults a psychiatrist to determine whether a series of mysterious ailments is psychosomatic. Ken Berry guest-stars.

The Pen is Mightier Than the Mouth

Episode: 083 | Aired: February 19, 1964

Rob and Buddy find themselves overworked and overwrought when Sally becomes a television personality overnight.

My Part-Time Wife

Episode: 084 | Aired: February 26, 1964

When Laura fills in for Sally at the office, she does such a perfect job that Rob almost loses his mind.

Honeymoons Are for the Lucky

Episode: 085 | Aired: March 04, 1964

Rob recalls the hectic time of his Army marriage to Laura, and the difficulty in obtaining a three-day pass for their honeymoon.

How to Spank a Star

Episode: 086 | Aired: March 11, 1964

At the insistence of a domineering guest star, Rob takes over as producer of "The Alan Brady Show."

The Plots Thicken

Episode: 087 | Aired: March 18, 1964

A family crisis develops when Rob's and Laura's parents compete to get the couple committed to their respective cemetery plots.

Scratch My Car and Die

Episode: 088 | Aired: March 25, 1964

A scratch on Rob's new car causes a domestic crisis at the Petrie house.

The Return of Edwin Carp

Episode: 089 | Aired: April 01, 1964

Rob rounds up three notable personalities from the old days of radio for an Alan Brady "special."

October Eve

Episode: 090 | Aired: April 08, 1964

A painting of Laura returns to haunt her. Although she posed fully clothed, the artist took the liberty of "undraping" her.

Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband is in Jail

Episode: 091 | Aired: April 15, 1964

When Rob looks up an old Army buddy at a honky-tonk nitery, the result is a confusion-packed night that finally lands him in jail.

My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life

Episode: 092 | Aired: April 22, 1964

Rob and Laura suspect the worst when they spy their friend Jerry Helper dining out with a beautiful blonde.

I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All

Episode: 093 | Aired: April 29, 1964

Rob thinks he's going bald and tries a barber's secret recipe which consists of ingredients usually reserved for a salad.

Teacher's Petrie

Episode: 094 | Aired: May 13, 1964

Rob is skeptical when Laura's new writing teacher thinks she shows promise.