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Old 03-18-2012, 06:35 PM   #1
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"The Bob Newhart Show" made guest apprearances on "Newhart'?The only ones I remember are in the last episode the late Suzanne Pleshette, and her husband,the late Tom Poston .Any others,like Jack Riley or the late John Fiedler?Did they make any guest apearances on "Newhart"? And 2) which directors from "The Bob Newhart Show" ALSO directed episodes of "Newhart"?
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"The Bob Newhart Show" made guest apprearances on "Newhart'?The only ones I remember are in the last episode the late Suzanne Pleshette, and her husband,the late Tom Poston .Any others,like Jack Riley or the late John Fiedler?Did they make any guest apearances on "Newhart"? And 2) which directors from "The Bob Newhart Show" ALSO directed episodes of "Newhart"?

I remember Jack Riley making one cameo appearance. It was one of the episodes that guest-starred Melanie Chartoff as a psychologist/marriage counselor. Riley was one of her patients, I think.
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I remember Jack Riley making one cameo appearance. It was one of the episodes that guest-starred Melanie Chartoff as a psychologist/marriage counselor. Riley was one of her patients, I think.
Yes, he was a patient. He made the remark to Dick that he was trying to undo the damage that a psychologist in Chicago did. Lol, one of my favorite moments in the show.
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Yes, he was a patient. He made the remark to Dick that he was trying to undo the damage that a psychologist in Chicago did. Lol, one of my favorite moments in the show.

Yes, that was a great line!
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Actor Bill Quinn, who appeared as "Eddie" on The Bob Newhart Show, played a minister on Newhart in two episodes. Quinn might be better known as playing Mary's father, Walter Richards, on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
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I think that Bill Daily made an appearance on Newhart but I can't remember which episode
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Yes, he was a patient. He made the remark to Dick that he was trying to undo the damage that a psychologist in Chicago did. Lol, one of my favorite moments in the show.


That's one of my favorite episodes! We were introduced to Tommy Lee and Tish. And of course" Chuck and Dawn" were there!
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Actor Bill Quinn, who appeared as "Eddie" on The Bob Newhart Show, played a minister on Newhart in two episodes. Quinn might be better known as playing Mary's father, Walter Richards, on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
he was also bob newharts real life father in law
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I think that Bill Daily made an appearance on Newhart but I can't remember which episode

"Good Neighbor Sam" from season 8.
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Actor Bill Quinn, who appeared as "Eddie" on The Bob Newhart Show, played a minister on Newhart in two episodes. Quinn might be better known as playing Mary's father, Walter Richards, on The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
also as Dr. Melnick on "THE ODD COUPLE" & Mr. Vandaleer on the last season of "ALL IN THE FAMILY" and on "ARCHIE BUNKERS PLACE" (I think his name was Mr. Vandalere-he was the blind guy who used to hang out at Archies bar)
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