The Bob Newhart Show (1972–1978)
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Bob and Emily and Howard and Carol and Jerry 

Emily takes Howard to the dentist in the same building where Bob works. Howard has a high from sodium pentothal, meets Carol, and is utterly charming. Carol asks Emily to set them up on a ... See full summary »

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Emily Hartley
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Dr. Jerry Robinson
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Carol Kester
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Emily takes Howard to the dentist in the same building where Bob works. Howard has a high from sodium pentothal, meets Carol, and is utterly charming. Carol asks Emily to set them up on a date. The foursome go out; Howard is back to normal. Written by Bernie

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9 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Four episodes earlier ('Don't Go To Bed, Mad'), the Hartleys had an unresolved argument about whether Bob will be allowed to watch Monday Night Football. Apparently the argument was resolved in Bob's favor, because in this episode, he complains about missing Monday Night Football. See more »

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Dr. Robert 'Bob' Hartley: [Bob and Emily are in a Chinese restaurant - Carol's there, on a first date with Howard - having only first spoken with him after he left the dentist's office, and - eloquently - speaking with her - due to the after-effects of the gas. Now, she's meeting the 'real' Howard. They're all standing at the bar, waiting for their table] Why don't you order a drink?
Howard Borden: Yeah, oh, they make a drink here - it's so special. I mean, it's just terrific. It's, uh, it's uh... I just can't think of the name of it.
The Bartender: [...]
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References The High and the Mighty (1954) See more »

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