The Dick Van Dyke Show - Season 3 Episodes
“That's My Boy???”
Rob recalls the hectic days after Richie was born, when he was sure the hospital had given him and Laura the wrong baby. Greg Morris guest stars.
Rob and Laura return home from an auction with two mysterious objects d'art.
“Laura's Little Lie (Part 1 of 2)”
Complications arise when Laura confesses to Rob that she lied about her age on their marriage certificate.
“Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice (Part 2 of 2)”
Rob and Laura learn they are not legally married and make plans to elope.
“All About Eavesdropping”
Through Richie's toy intercom, Rob and Laura tune in on a conversation at the Helpers' and almost lose two friends.
“Too Many Stars”
Rob finds he has "too many stars" on his hands when he tries to direct a show for the Parents' Council.
“Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius?”
Rob finds himself at a party in a strange town, swaying to the bossa nova with a breathless young woman who adores him.
Rob's Uncle George arrives in town and asks his nephew to find him a wife. Denver Pyle guest stars.
“Big Max Calvada”
An underworld figure involves Rob, Sally, and Buddy in an unusual writing assignment. Sheldon Leanord guest stars.
“The Ballad of the Betty Lou”
Rob and Jerry invest in a sailboat and find they have embarked on a disastrous venture.
“Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors”
Rob feels very much the hero when he hires a maid for his overworked wife, Laura.
“The Sound of Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears”
Rob becomes involved with the police when he thinks he has witnessed two crooks making their getaway from the scene of a crime.
“The Alan Brady Show Presents”
The entire Alan Brady staff presents a Christmas show instead of the script turned in by the show's writers.
“The Third One from the Left”
A young chorus girl on "The Alan Brady Show" falls desperately in love with Rob.
“My Husband is the Best One”
Rob finds himself in trouble with his boss and co-workers after Laura interferes in an interview he is giving on Alan Brady.
“The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer”
When a handsome bachelor moves in next door, Rob and Laura become matchmakers.
“The Life and Love of Joe Coogan”
Rob is overcome with jealousy when he meets one of Laura's old beaux and then discovers that she saved a box of love poems he sent her.
“A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards”
Inadvertently using a deck of marked cards, Rob wins at poker and almost loses a few friends.
“Happy Birthday and Too Many More”
When Laura and Rob give Richie a birthday party, 63 screaming moppets make a shambles of the Petrie house.
“The Brave and the Backache”
Rob consults a psychiatrist to determine whether a series of mysterious ailments is psychosomatic. Ken Berry guest-stars.
“The Pen is Mightier Than the Mouth (Part 1 of 2)”
Rob and Buddy find themselves overworked and overwrought when Sally becomes a television personality overnight.
“My Part-Time Wife (Part 2 of 2)”
When Laura fills in for Sally at the office, she does such a perfect job that Rob almost loses his mind.
“Honeymoons Are for the Lucky”
Rob recalls the hectic time of his Army marriage to Laura, and the difficulty in obtaining a three-day pass for their honeymoon.
“How to Spank a Star”
At the insistence of a domineering guest star, Rob takes over as producer of "The Alan Brady Show."
“The Plots Thicken”
A family crisis develops when Rob's and Laura's parents compete to get the couple committed to their respective cemetery plots.
“Scratch My Car and Die”
A scratch on Rob's new car causes a domestic crisis at the Petrie house.
“The Return of Edwin Carp”
Rob attempts to coax a legendary radio star out of retirement for a TV special.
An oil painting of Laura is being shown at an art gallery. Although she posed fully clothed, the artist took the liberty of "undraping" her. Carl Reiner guest-stars.
“Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband is in Jail”
Rob goes to see an old Army buddy's nightclub act and winds up spending the night in jail.
“My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life”
Rob and Laura suspect the worst when they spy their friend Jerry Helper dining out with a beautiful blonde.
“I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All”
Rob thinks he's going bald and tries a barber's secret recipe which consists of ingredients usually reserved for a salad.
Rob is skeptical when Laura's new writing teacher thinks she shows promise.