The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961–1966)
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Draw Me a Pear 

Laura regrets hauling Rob into taking art lessons with her after the lady teacher appears to show an above-average interest in him.

Director:

Jerry Paris

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Dick Van Dyke ... Rob Petrie
Rose Marie ... Sally Rogers (credit only)
Morey Amsterdam ... Buddy Sorrell (credit only)
Larry Mathews ... Ritchie Petrie (credit only)
Mary Tyler Moore ... Laura Petrie
Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Millie Helper
Ina Balin ... Valerie Ware
Jackie Joseph ... Missy
Jody Gilbert ... Agnes
Dorothy Neumann ... Doris
Frank Adamo Frank Adamo ... Sebastian
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Storyline

Even though he agrees to do it, Rob is less than enthusiastic about taking an evening art class with Laura; however, he ends up having a great time and is the star pupil of the class, which is taught by a young, bohemian woman named Valerie Ware. Since Rob and Laura didn't identify themselves as husband and wife, and as Rob was not wearing his wedding ring, Laura believes that Valerie is interested in Rob as more than a student by the extra attention he got in class and her want for him to take private lessons, jointly with her and a renowned artist. Laura doesn't want to seem jealous and she wants to be supportive. That is why she allows Rob to take the private lessons. Rob wants to take the private lessons but doesn't want to make Laura uncomfortable, especially if it turns out that Valerie really is attracted to him. Only going to his private lesson will tell the truth behind Valerie's motives. Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

Certificate:

TV-G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 October 1965 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Calvada Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Laura Petrie: Boy, I never thought you'd admit you like art better than World War I.
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