Newhart (1982–1990)
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I Like You, Butt... 

George meets a woman with an extremely large behind.


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Barry Kemp (created by), Sheldon Bull (developed by) | 5 more credits »


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Episode complete credited cast:
Bob Newhart ... Dick Loudon
Mary Frann Mary Frann ... Joanna Loudon
Peter Scolari ... Michael Harris
Julia Duffy ... Stephanie Vanderkellen
Tom Poston ... George Utley
Keene Curtis ... Merritt White
Jan Cobler Jan Cobler ... Katherine Sutter


George meets a woman with an extremely large behind.

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Release Date:

18 December 1989 (USA) See more »

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MTM Enterprises See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Running out of ideas....
31 May 2017 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

"Newhart" is a show that went on about one season too many. Although the series ended spectacularly well in the final episode, many of the season eight shows were downright terrible...proof that the series had run its course and was long overdue for an end. A spectacular example of this is the episode "I Like You, Butt...". George finds a woman's wallet. In looking through it, she seems like a nice lady and George is very excited to see her and phones where she is staying. When she arrives at the Stratford, she is a pretty lady but she has a ridiculously large buttocks. Later, George and Bob make a lot of mean jokes about the woman's butt. Nuff said.

The bottom line is that this episode was very scant on plot. A woman has a large butt....and that's really about it. It also seemed rather offensive and I am sure this sort of humor put off a lot of viewers...I know it did me.

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