Newhart (1982–1990)
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The Last Newhart 

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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21 May 1990 (USA)  »

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Trivia

While not necessarily a mistake ,Bob waking up in the original Chicago bedroom with Emily ,forgets the fact that he & she moved away to Oregon in 1978. See more »

Goofs

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 »

Quotes

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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References Fiddler on the Roof (1971) See more »

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Home to Emily
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Composed by Lorenzo Music and Henrietta Music
[Plays after the closing scene]
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Best Ever - No Doubt
15 September 2009 | by (Tucson) – See all my reviews

The shock value of seeing this episode sticks with me to this day. There is no question that this is the best final episode of any comedic TV series to date. All others, no matter how excellent, just have not been able to live up the simple, disarming, and utterly convincing ending as he wakes up. The increasingly bizarre behavior of the cast over the years as the series matured, and especially the last couple of episodes, really sealed the deal.

Hearing Suzanne Pleshette's voice and seeing her and Bob in the bed was just way too hysterical. I laughed until I cried. I was watching it with my family, and everyone just went to pieces.

Well Played Sir!


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