One of the funniest TV scenes ever sends Greg’s season one coverage out on a high note.
Another standout episode, even if it doesn’t fully pay off as the end of a two-parter.
Jerry Van Dyke gives a fantastic guest performance in the first half of a terrific two-parter.
This episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show may very well be one of the worst episodes of television Greg’s ever seen.
Sally’s birthday loneliness results in more pathos than humor, but that’s the point of this terrific episode.
Jury duty proves disastrous for Rob, and leads to one very funny scene (as well as one that’s not so great) in this week’s episode.
Sally’s discovery of a potential new star doesn’t generate a lot of laughs in one of the season’s weaker episodes.
Dick Van Dyke’s performance is the main highlight of an episode that relies heavily on it.
Rob’s local celebrity is a thorn in his side, in an episode that squanders the potential of its premise.
Laura and Rob attempt to deal with Richie’s new “vocabulary” in a superb episode.
In which Laura and Rob discover what a pain living with Buddy is.
The story of Richie’s birth is told in a terrific flashback episode.
Jerry’s incessant teasing causes problems in a very solid episode.
An argument between Laura and Rob, a comedy sketch, and a mysterious package all play important roles in one of the greatest television episodes of all time.
Laura and Rob’s dinner plans are complicated by Sol in an episode that does’t really inspire a strong opinion.
A classic episode features some impressively dense plotting, as Rob tries to get Buddy to repay a loan.
Buddy’s desire to accept a new job offer lands him in a lot of trouble. It’s Jackie Brewster to the rescue!
A polarizing necklace leads to some interesting observations about art (and plenty of laughs) in an excellent episode.
Sally steals the show in an episode that’s half terrible and half great.
A classic television comedy delivers a dated, sexist, and awful episode that ranks as one of the worst in its entire run.