The Dick Van Dyke Show: Season 5, Episode 21

Dear Sally Rogers (23 Feb. 1966)

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Sally is appearing on the Stevie Parsons Show for the umpteenth time, but unlike the other times, she's nervous if only because she is running out of funny stories to tell. She loses her ... See full summary »

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Sally is appearing on the Stevie Parsons Show for the umpteenth time, but unlike the other times, she's nervous if only because she is running out of funny stories to tell. She loses her nervousness when she comes up with a story idea based on a suggestion from Buddy and the latest funny but bad incident in her long struggling relationship with Herman Glimscher and his mother: she's going to do a mock television commercial advertising herself as a potential girlfriend/wife. The gag may end up being funny, but Rob is worried that it will result in every crackpot man in America sending her a letter. As usual, Sally's appearance is a hit - except with Herman and his mother - and she does get hundreds of letters responding in jest, as her self promotion was meant to be. But when Stevie Parsons asks Rob to pick one of those letters without Sally's knowledge - Stevie who is planning on contacting the letter writer to introduce him to Sally live on the air - Rob has to decide first if he ... Written by Huggo

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