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Bob's well-ordered life turns topsy-turvy when he and Emily move to a new Chicago residence.
Bob's attempt at treating convicts who are about to be released has him climbing the walls.
Jerry is terrified of losing his new dream girl.
Bob is puzzled when his henpecked patient, Mr. Petersen, asserts himself with far-reaching consequences.
Bob deals with the amusing problems of an improbable paternity suit and a phone paging service that never pages him.
Bob's impulsive decision to leave town for a week is received with disastrous emotions by his patients, who seemingly can't make it without him.
It's no laughing matter for Howard when his 12 year old son Howie announces he's leaving home to become a comedian.
Bob interviews a variety of psychologists to take over his patients while he's out of town. It's soon apparent that they are very much in need of help themselves. When Bob's former .. show full overview
At first, Bob is thrilled when a nontalkative patient named Mr. Twillmer finally opens up after being told that anything he might say will be held in the strictest confidence. His joy is short-lived when Twillmer confesses to grand larceny.
Emily's protective instincts are aroused when 70-year-old Grace DuBois, an odd but friendly recluse, is threatened with being sent to a rest home for elderly people who can't cope with reality.
Bob and Emily celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary with a dream flight into the fantasy of being married to different partners.
Bob finds himself with unhappy and hostile patients who refuse to attend his Christmas party when they are mistakenly informed of a rate increase at the height of the Yuletide season. One patient is moved to hire a pie-throwing service.
The Hartleys embark on a seagoing vacation to put work behind them. But Bob can't resist playing psychologist when he undertakes to counsel a married couple.
Emily Hartley discovers a new low in male chauvinism when Bob's father arranges a fishing trip to his cabin and assigns her woman's work while the men brave the great out-of-doors.
Bob counsels a quintet of jovial ex-convicts to help them find honest employment.
Bob advises a patient named Mr. Plager to realize his human potential by writing a play based on his own experiences. But when Plager writes, directs, and produces an actual World War I .. show full overview
Bob's paranoid, perennial patient, Mr. Carlin, involves Emily in his scheme to impress his former schoolmates—especially a girl who never gave him the time of day.
Paul Billingham—known to his radio fans as Ralph Alfalfa, the Happy Farmer—comes to Bob because of his stuttering problem. On radio, he practiced several unseen rhythmic devices to mask .. show full overview
Bob's friends close ranks to "protect" Emily Hartley when a handsome old flame pays her a very warm visit.
On the eve of being announced "Secretary of the Year," Carol informs Bob that she's leaving his employ.
At the school where Emily works, low reading scores prompt indignant outbursts and threats from angry parents. Principal Phil Bannister flees their wrath by going on an extended fishing trip—but not before he tells Emily to handle the crisis.
Bob gives up his psychological practice in Chicago to become a professor at a small college in Oregon.
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