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The Bob Newhart Show
Episode 22 : You Can't Win 'Em All

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Episode 22 : You Can't Win 'Em All

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Season 1

Duration  :  

30m

When a star pitcher for the Chicago Cubs credits Bob with saving his career, the endorsement brings Bob a new patient, Moose Washburn, a second-string player whose career is beyond a mere psychologist's help.


Guest Stars: Larry Gelman


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : Fly the Unfriendly Skies
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Episode 2 : Tracy Grammar School, I'll Lick You Yet
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Episode 3 : Tennis, Emily?
9.5
Episode 4 : Mom, I L-L-Love You
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Episode 5 : Goodnight Nancy
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Episode 6 : Come Live with Me
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Episode 7 : Father Knows Worst
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Episode 8 : Don't Go to Bed Mad
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Episode 9 : P-I-L-O-T
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Episode 10 : Anything Happen While I Was Gone?
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Episode 11 : I Want to Be Alone
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Episode 12 : Bob and Emily and Howard and Carol and Jerry
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Episode 13 : I Owe It All to You... But Not That Much
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Episode 14 : His Busiest Season
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Episode 15 : Let's Get Away From it Almost
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Episode 16 : The Crash of 29 Years Old
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Episode 17 : The Man with the Golden Wrist
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Episode 18 : The Two Loves of Dr. Hartley
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Episode 19 : Not With My Sister You Don't
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Episode 20 : A Home is Not Necessarily a House
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Episode 21 : Emily, I'm Home... Emily?
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Episode 23 : Bum Voyage
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Episode 24 : Who's Been Sleeping on My Couch?
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