The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961–1966)
The show-within-a-show on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" is now an animated TV series called "The Alan Brady Show", both starring Carl Reiner as Alan Brady.
Characters based on Head of the Family
Garry Moore and Dick Van Dyke discuss the show.
Mentioned during Dick Van Dyke's introduction
Mentioned moderator Garry Moore, during his introduction of guest panelist Morey Amsterdam.
Mentioned by Danny Thomas
Mentioned by moderator Garry Moore during his introduction of guest Morey Amsterdam.
Buddy Sorrell makes a crossover appearance.
Fred Ziffel hopes to get home in time to watch this show
The professor is named Robert Petrie.
Mentioned on Hollywood Bingo
Mentioned by Howard Hesseman
Morey Amsterdam is mentioned as a sandwich by Gumby
Opening theme from The Dick van Dyke Show opens Weekend Update
Bob Newhart recalls that the series won Emmys after its cancellation
Title chanted by one of the Airwave worshippers
Dennis Miller mentiones Rob Petrie and Richie on Weekend Update
still from this show used in opening credits
Joel: "Cheese it, it's Alan Brady."
The series is mentioned.
As the Martian leader walks into his home, the guys sing the theme from this show
Crow and Tom hum the theme song.
Joel: "This is like the 'Dick Van Dyke' episode where Laura got stuck in an elevator."
Crow, Joel, and Tom hum "The Dick Van Dyke Show" theme music.
"Rob and Laura are calling"
Crow: "Forbidden dance of Laura Petrie"
Joel: "Laura Petrie, no!"
The people in Herman's Head bring in Buddy and Sally (Morey Amsterdam and Rose Marie) to write jokes for Herman.
Crow: "Hey, what's Millie Helper doing here?"
in the radio studio, as Wayne hits his knee on the coffee table, he says "Dick Van Dyke Show"
Servo: It's Rob and Laura.
Crow: "The Battle of the Laura Petries"
Mike: The Laura Petrie line of fashion.
Servo: It's Rob and Laura's bedroom.
Mike: "The Young Millie Helper Chronicles."
The show is mentioned by name. There is an inside joke involving actress Ann Guilbert, who plays Yetta and who played Millie Helper on The Dick Van Dyke Show. Fran laments the fact that Millie never got a spin-off show of her own, to which Yetta replies that she heard the actress was difficult to work with.
Tom: "Hey, 'Dick Van Dyke Show'!"
Crow: "Oh, Robbb!"
Laura Petrie is partially credited for shaping American taste.
Fran mentions the characters Sally (Rogers) and Buddy (Sorel) by name.
Carl Reiner appears as his "Dick Van Dyke" show character, Alan Brady.
Mickey mentions an episode of the show.
Tim refers to the series.
Scenes are shown.
Modell mentions Mel Cooley
When entering the Kitty Lynn set Dick Van Dyke stumbles over an ottoman, an homage to the Dick Van Dyke entrance.
Mike: (As Mel Cooley) Rob, I'm telling Alan what you're doing.
"This is a really bad episode"
"I'd rather see Rose Marie and Morey Amsterdam do the lambada."
"It's Mel Cooley" says Modell to Skinner.
Crow: "Kind of a combination Buddy Sorrell/Bilbo Baggins"
Servo: Laura Petrie, you are charged with treason.
Jana's apartment is a recreation of the Petrie's living room.
The Dentist is trying to get a girl out of a locked space and he keeps saying "We're like..." and then naming famous couples, eventually adding that they are like "Rob and Laura" from The Dick Van Dyke Show
Mentioned by the waiter in the Gumby segment.
Mulder and Scully go undercover and use the aliases Rob and Laura Petrie - the names of the characters played by Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore on this show
Fran mentions that Yetta thinks the Sheffields are Rob and Laura Petrie, while she's their neighbor Millie.
Ophelia: There's Rose Marie. Servo: And Morey Amsterdam.
Contains several references.
Duke, played by Dick Van Dyke, conjures an ottoman which Sabrina trips over after entering the house. This is a reference to the title sequence of "The Dick Van Dyke show" (1961) in which Dick Van Dyke trips over an ottoman after entering his house.
Rob Petrie mentioned
Jackson says that both Ricky Ricardo and Dick Van Dyke didn't know the gender of their children until they were born.
Rose Marie is introduced as Sally Rogers from this show
This series is mentioned.
Mentioned by Peter.
Laura Petrie appears in Stan's "I want a Wife" song
Characters watch this on TV.
The TV Guide magazine that Jonathan Maxwell (Dick Van Dyke) reads in the doctor's office features a cover photo of Rob and Laura Petrie from "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961).
Mentioned by Sherri Stoner
Frank Marshall mentions it.
publicity still shown
Emerson wants Ned to "trip over an ottoman and Dick van Dyke [Charles Charles'] ass".
Referenced in the opening sequence.
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "Situation Comedy Room"
Subject of the Final Jeopardy! clue in the category "Emmy Winners"
Abed's impersonation of Jeff
Included in a $3,000 question
The show is mentioned in the end credits "Chuck Lorre Productions, #285" card.
"...feels more like Laura Petrie from the Dick Van Dyke Show."
Brian hums the theme song for Stewie.
mentioned in opening narration
The director mentions Dick Van Dyke.
"Apparently reality TV is more intriguing to them than The Dick Van Dyke Show."
Mentioned by Jerry
Jay mentions that Carl Reiner created the show
Clue in category 1960's Television
Ben Shapiro mentions this TV series as being funny without being political
"Like Mel, from The Dick Van Dyke Show."
Film Brain talks about Garry Marshall's career as a TV and movie director
Conway Stern calls Archer "Dick Van Head".
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Carl Reiner, and The Roots play the theme song
The line 'Move that ottoman there. He'll trip right over that thing' is a reference to the Dick van Dyke Show
This television series which Michelle Robinson is a fan of is mentioned.
Mentioned in dialog
correct answer in "Acclaimed TV Shows" category
correct response in "You 'Dy'" category
"I as well have seen the Dick Van Dyke Show."
Ben says his parents would rent him old episodes of this show at Eddie Brandt's Saturday Matinee.
clip of Dick Van Dyke promoting the show shown
TV show airing in Jerry's hotel room.
The kids watch the show when they get home from school.
Chandler and Joey watch the show on their new tv.
clips from this show are in this special
clips from this show are used in this special
"The Dick Van Dyke Show" is #13.
at the begining they sing the theme song
Doug and Carrie are watching this TV show, as they rest in their separate beds. At the same time, the main characters on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore) are also resting in separate beds.
a clip is featured
shows it when talking about Danny Thomas
They are in the 100 Greatest Moments
further developed trope that having products is success
Features clip from the movie
clips shown and discussed
clips of Dick Van Dyke on the show are shown
The outro is played.
Laura Petrie is an example of the "Independent Woman".
Rob Petrie is an example of the "Man of the House".
Footage of Laura when discussing how women characters used to be written.
Video clip of Dick Van Dyke.
Clips of Dick Van Dyke are used to create the character in Dilworth's subconscious
Carl Reiner and Conan O'Brien remembered Mary Tyler Moore in a scene from the show.
Moore and Van Dyke perform two sketches showing how Rob & Laura might have aged
"The Hamton Show," in which Hamton trips over several pieces of furniture, spoofs "The Dick Van Dyke Show" opening.
In Mikey's "Honey, I'm Home" sitcom daydream, Parker's dad enters to the "Dick Van Dyke Show" theme music and stops himself from tripping over the family's ottoman.
Homer trips over an ottoman the same way Dick Van Dyke does in the intro of every episode. Also, a studio audience laughs.
At the end there's a spoof of The Dick Van Dyke Show with many of the cast members.
The tripping over the ottoman bit.
The Griffins watch a parody episode of this show
Spoofed in the opening credits, with Homer tripping like Dick Van Dyke.
Spoofed in the 'couch gag' scene
Francine flips over the furniture ala Dick Van Dyke