Me And The Chimp ran from January until May 1972 on CBS.
One of the most dismal failures of the 1972-1973 season, Me And The Chimp somehow limped through 19 weeks before its well-deserved cancellation. Created by Garry Marshall and Tom Miller ( who later worked together on Happy Days and Laverne And Shirley), it told the story of Mike Reynolds ( Ted Bessell), a happily married dentist living in the suburban Southern California community of San Pascal. He and his wife Liz ( Anita Gillette), had 2 young children and a small chimpanzee named Buttons. Buttons had been found in a local park by the 2 Reynolds children , Scott and Kitty ( Scott Kolden, Kami Cotler), and been brought home as a pet. Despite Mike's objections, Buttons became a regular member of the household, having been given that name because of his infatuation with pushing any and all buttons he found on appliances , radio cars, dental equipment, or anything else he got his little hands onto. Though very friendly and affectionate, Buttons caused all sorts of problems with his curiosity and almost everything and managed to get the entire household into difficult situations. It always seemed to be Mike's responsibility to get them out.
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