The Bob Newhart Show: Season 5, Episode 8

A Crime Most Foul (13 Nov. 1976)

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Bob has a brand new expensive tape recorder. Not only does he use it in group sessions but also annoys Emily with it at home. When it comes up missing everyone becomes a suspect.

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Bob has a brand new expensive tape recorder. Not only does he use it in group sessions but also annoys Emily with it at home. When it comes up missing everyone becomes a suspect.

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