Newhart (1982–1990)
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No Tigers at the Circus 

Dick becomes disenchanted with the Stratford when its application to be made a historical landmark is denied.

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Mary Frann ...
Steven Kampmann ...
Jennifer Holmes ...
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Robert Moberly ...
Postman
Ryan MacDonald ...
Mr. Kenwood
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Ms. Fletcher
Michael Dunnagan ...
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Elizabeth Hill ...
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Dick becomes disenchanted with the Stratford when its application to be made a historical landmark is denied.

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29 November 1982 (USA)  »

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When this episode originally aired 25 years ago the theme music that was heard when Joanna turns up the TV was that of the "Mr. Ed" TV show, not the 1970s Bob Newhart show; in syndication/re-runs it has been switched to the Bob Newhart show to make it more of an "in" joke and possibly also because that TV theme music is more recognizable to a modern, younger audience. See more »

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Home to Emily
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Composed by Lorenzo Music and Henrietta Music
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Everyone Wants to be Inn
24 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Dick finds out that some inspectors are coming to see if the Inn can be considered a landmark, he gets all wound up. He wants it so badly, that when things fall apart, he drops into deep depression and hostility. He tells this story about the tigers that didn't appear at the circus because they had eaten their trainer. It had ruined his experience. Now the Inn has become like that--a disappointment. There are a couple great scenes, one where a couple comes to get a room. The second is the theme song playing on the TV while Dick watches.


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