Newhart: Season 8, Episode 24

The Last Newhart (21 May 1990)

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Japanese investors buy everything in town except the Stratford Inn and convert the town into a giant golf course.

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Japanese investors buy everything in town except the Stratford Inn and convert the town into a giant golf course.

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After the 7th season, Bob Newhart decided the 8th season would be the final season for the show. When he told his wife Ginny Newhart of his decision, she suggested that for the final episode, his character should wake up in bed next to Suzanne Pleshette, and that the series should be a dream. See more »

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Right before Larry, Darryl and Darryl show up, four other former townsfolk show up and are talking to Dick. Right before the townsfolk are done talking to Dick, a boom mic can be seen dipping into the scene for a few minutes, before pulling back up and out of sight. See more »

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First DarrylSecond Darryl: [the Darryl brothers had not said a word throughout the entire series] QUIET!
Dick Loudon: Your- your brothers can speak? Why didn't they say anything up 'till now?
Larry: I guess they've never been this P.O.'ed before.
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The MTM kitten's meow was replaced by the two Darryls shouting "QUIET!" See more »

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The finest ending of a series ever!
10 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There couldn't be a finer ending than the last episode of The Newhart Show. It was absolute brilliance to incorporate his previous sitcom. The bizarre happenings in the show situated in Vermont, only added to the absolutely convincing dream idea that he had to end the show. Besides the fact that he was a psychiatrist in the first show and he ends the second show with a dream that makes all the antics and characters of Vermont possible, he then awakens with his leading lady from the first series to validate it. Who would and who has, since that show, ever dreamed of accomplishing anything that clever?! I would expect no less from Bob Newhart!


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