Bob is asked to do an interview on a morning news program. He lets it slip that he has treated a politician and everyone begins guessing who that person could be.

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Bob is asked to do an interview on a morning news program. He lets it slip that he has treated a politician and everyone begins guessing who that person could be.

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8 November 1975 (USA)  »

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Ruth Corley: Good morning. It's seven o'clock, and I'm Ruth Corley. My first guest is psychologist Robert Hartley. It's been said that today's psychologist is nothing more than a con man, a snake oil salesman flim-flamming innocent people, peddling cures for everything from nail biting to a lousy love life. And I agree! We'll ask Dr. Hartley to defend himself right after this message.
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Perhaps The Best Episode Ever
2 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While Bob thinks he is invited to be a guest on a morning talk show because of his status as an expert in his field, he is "ambushed" by the host. He mistakenly mentions he treated an elected official and mayhem ensures.

The before dawn breakfast scene with Emily in my mind is the funniest three minutes ever aired. It reminds me of similar events in my own home (I am an early riser and my wife not so much).

The whole script is just hilarious. The entire cast has some great lines in this really well paced episode.

I keep this one on my DVR and whenever I need a good laugh give it a watch. After almost 40 years it's as fresh as it was in 1975.


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