The Dick Van Dyke Show - Season 4 Episodes
“My Mother Can Beat Up My Father”
Laura proves herself more proficient than Rob in the art of self-defense.
“The Ghost of A. Chantz”
Rob, Laura, Sally, and Buddy spend a frightening night in a haunted cabin at a mountain resort.
“The Lady and the Babysitter”
Rob and Laura are unaware that their teenage babysitter has a crush on Laura.
“A Vigilante Ripped My Sports Coat”
Rob's friendship with Jerry is almost destroyed in a row over a neighbor's crab grass.
“The Man from Emperor”
When Rob is offered a job as humor consultant on a magazine for men-about-town, he runs into misgivings from Laura.
“Romances, Roses, and Rye Bread”
Sally is romanced by a secret admirer when the owner of a delicatessen delivers flowers with her sandwich.
“4 1/2 (Part 1 of 2)”
Rob and Laura are on their way to see Laura's obstetrician when they are trapped in a stalled elevator with a hold-up man. Don Rickles guest-stars.
“The Alan Brady Show Goes to Jail (Part 2 of 2)”
The Alan Brady writers entertain at a prison and Rob gets locked up with the inmates. Don Rickles guest-stars.
“Three Letters from One Wife”
Rob risks his job when he convinces Alan Brady to do a cultural documentary program.
“Pink Pills and Purple Parents”
Laura takes two of Millie's prescription pills and suffers disastrous side effects.
“It Wouldn't Hurt Them to Give Us a Raise”
Rob tries to get a raise for Buddy and Sally from Alan Brady's tight-fisted accountant.
“The Death of the Party”
Rob struggles through a party for Laura's relatives rather than admit he is sick as a dog.
“My Two Show-Offs and Me”
The prospect of being the subjects in a national magazine story brings out the egotistical worst in Rob, Sally, and Buddy.
“Stretch Petrie vs. Kid Schenk”
Rob is forced to squelch the scheme of an opportunistic old friend. Jack Carter guest-stars.
“Brother, Can You Spare $2500?”
Rob receives a ransom demand of $2500 for his lost television script.
“The Impractical Joke”
Rob resorts to psychological warfare to get even with a practical joker.
“Stacey Petrie (1)”
Rob's younger brother involves Sally in a romantic Waterloo. Jerry Van Dyke guest-stars.
“Stacey Petrie (2)”
Rob's brother Stacey Petrie tries to save his new coffeehouse from closing and his romance from ending. Jerry Van Dyke guest-stars.
“Boy #1, Boy #2”
Laura and Millie become unbearable stage mothers when their sons are cast in a television commercial.
“The Redcoats Are Coming”
The Petries are invaded by a horde of teenagers when they entertain two British rock-and-roll idols. Chad & Jeremy guest-stars.
“The Case of the Pillow”
Rob becomes a trial lawyer to prosecute a shifty salesman.
“Young Man With a Shoehorn”
When he invests in a shoe store, Rob learns that a shoe clerk's lot is not always a happy one.
“Girls Will Be Boys”
The Petries face a problem when Richie is beaten up by a pretty little girl who loves him.
Rob learns that a song he wrote with an old buddy is about to be a hit, and he starts a fight over authorship rights. Greg Morris guest-stars.
“Your Home Sweet Home is My Home Sweet Home”
Rob recalls the time he and his best friend tried to buy the same house.
Sally's new tall, dark and handsome boyfriend is secretive about what he does for a living.
“Never Bathe on Saturday”
The Petries' romantic second honeymoon becomes a disaster when Laura's toe gets caught in a bath spout.
“A Show of Hands”
Just before they are due at a formal banquet, Rob and Laura accidentally dye their hands an indelible black.
Rob helps Alan Brady by rewriting a play starring the comic.
“100 Terrible Hours”
Rob recalls his job interview with Alan Brady near the end of an arduous keep-awake marathon.
Rob buys a motorcycle and is arrested as a joy-riding delinquent the first time out.
“There's No Sale Like Wholesale”
Rob and Laura learn that buying a fur coat wholesale can be trouble when their "connection" is Buddy Sorrell.