The Bob Newhart Show (1972–1978)
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Mom, I L-L-Love You 

Bob inadvertently takes a mismatch, boxing against his mom, over court-side seats at a Bulls-Lakers game. Dr. Bob Hartley is stung that his mother still calls him Sonny, and wishes he'd ... See full summary »

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Bob inadvertently takes a mismatch, boxing against his mom, over court-side seats at a Bulls-Lakers game. Dr. Bob Hartley is stung that his mother still calls him Sonny, and wishes he'd been a cartoonist instead of a having a private psychology practice, which she has no interest in. When Bob reveals to his wife Emily that he hasn't told his mother he loves her since he was a child, Emily persuades him to carpe diem over dinner, before it's too late, because floating like a butterfly has gotten him nowhere near getting Eleanor Hartley to treat him like an adult. Written by David Stevens

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7 October 1972 (USA)  »

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Bob's mother mentions several times she believes he should've been a cartoonist. Ironically, 20 years later, Bob Newhart played a cartoonist on his 3rd series; _ "Bob" (1992)_. See more »

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Carol Kester Bondurant: He's never been late this early before.
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