Rob's autobiography conjures up scenes from the past and leads Alan Brady to buy the book for a television series.
The Petries and their friends are transported to the Wild West when Rob dreams he is a frontier sheriff.
Laura and Millie spend a harrowing night alone when Rob and Jerry go off on a fishing trip.
Rob and Laura are dismayed by Millie Helper's jealousy of their new neighbors.
Rob is cast opposite a gorgeous Italian actress in a low-budget film and turns out to be the screen's worst lover.
The Petrie home becomes a command post when government agents put a neighbor's home under surveillance. Godfrey Cambridge guest-stars.
Rob and his writers are in big trouble for adding insults to an Alan Brady script.
The Petries' anniversary party for the Helpers turns into a television documentary for Alan Brady.
Believing that comedian Alan Brady plans to cut down his writing staff, Rob applies for a job with a ventriloquist. Paul Winchell, Henry Gibson guest-star.
Rob and Laura attend a wedding in Albany. In order to get an idea for a sketch, Rob has to locate a television set to watch a special show.
Symptoms and evidence indicate that Buddy is either seeing a psychiatrist or having an affair.
As a gag, Sally advertises for a husband on a national television show and is flooded with fan mail.
Rob and Laura recall the time they filled in an application for a $10 divorce.
When Mel Cooley takes Rob's advice and stands up to Alan Brady, he is promptly fired.
Rob's parents give a family heirloom piece of jewelry to Laura, who accidentally drops it in the garbage disposal.
Rob agrees to run for office but realizes he'd prefer to vote for his brainy opponent. Wally Cox guest-stars.
Rob, Laura, Buddy, and Sally visit a lakeside retreat to work on a television show and find out the only room available hasn't been occupied in years. Turns out, that's not exactly true.
Rob's on a nose-punching spree, and his best friend has just about had it.
The misadventures of a TV writer both at work and at home.
The Dick Van Dyke Show is a sitcom about a TV writer doing his best to juggle the responsibilities of life, both at work and at home. The show was created by Carl Reiner and starred Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore.