Bob: the Complete Series

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Overview

Bob Newhart stars as Bob McKay, a genial man who took a job as a greeting card artist after his attempt at creating a successful comic book failed. Among the cast includes Jere Burns, and Betty White, while Dick Martin and Tom Poston make guest appearances. This collection features 33 episodes.
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Overview

Bob Newhart stars as Bob McKay, a genial man who took a job as a greeting card artist after his attempt at creating a successful comic book failed. Among the cast includes Jere Burns, and Betty White, while Dick Martin and Tom Poston make guest appearances. This collection features 33 episodes.
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Special Features

Entertainment Tonight Interviews with Bob Newhart and Betty White; "Mad-Dog" Comic Issues #1 on DVD (Original Print Edition by Marvel Comics)
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/3/2012
  • UPC: 097361463346
  • Rating:

  • Source: Paramount
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Language: English
  • Time: 13:01:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 32,655

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Disc #1 -- Bob: The Complete Series
   Mad-Dog Returns
   Drawing A Blank
   My Daughter, My Fodder
   Penny For Your Thoughts
   Terminate Her
   PC Or Not PC
   A Streetcar Named Congress-Douglas
   Unforgiven
   Subtitles
      English For The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitles: None
   Special Features
      Entertainment Tonight Interview With Bob Newhart
      Entertainment Tonight Interview With Bob Newhart and His Co-Stars In "A Streetcar Named Congress-Douglas"
Disc #2 -- Bob: The Complete Series
   Mad-Dog On 34th Street
   Stone In Love
   The Lost Episode
   A Christmas Story
   La Sorpresa
   Bob & Kaye & Jerry & Patty
   You Can't Win
   Da Game
   The Man Who Killed Mad-Dog
   Subtitles
      English For The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitles: None
Disc #3 -- Bob: The Complete Series
   The Phantom Of Amcantranconcommco
   The Man Who Broke The Bank At Our Lady Of Constant Sorrow
   I'm Getting Remarried In The Morning
   Tell Them Willy Mammoth Is Here
   Death Of An Underwear Salesman
   The Entertainer
   Neighborhood Watch
   Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Mad-Dog Gone?
   Subtitles
      English For The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitles: None
Disc #4 -- Bob: The Complete Series
   Greetings
   For Pete's Sake
   Whose Card Is It Anyway?
   Speechless In Chicago
   Kiss And Sell
   Michiana Moon
   Have Yourself A Married Little Christmas
   Better To Have Loved And Flossed
   Subtitles
      English For The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
      Subtitles: None
   Special Features
      Entertainment Tonight Interview With Betty White
      "Mad-Dog" Issue #1
         Rabid
         Mad-Dog Vs. The Truly Amazing Space Creatures From the Omega Party
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  • Posted March 14, 2012

    BOB! is almost a classic!

    Been looking for "BOB!" for the longest time. It only lasted 1 1/2 seasons, mainly due to CBS's format tinkering and day change, but season one is a riot. Bob is a greeting card artist who once was the creator of a popular superhero comic book. Now the comic is coming back and Bob goes to work for the comic company. Doesn't sound like much but in the low key style of Newhart it is hilarious. A giant bonus is the adorable Cynthia Stevenson as his daughter (she really stands out in the anniversary episode). For some reason CBS demanded some changes for season two which threw the show out of whack but if it was given more time it would have adjusted (even Betty White was added) but after moving it to a suicide Friday slot it was unceremoniously dropped mid-season. Shame on CBS but yay Paramount for releasing this. Now if we can get Par. to release "George and Leo" (Bob, Judd Hirsch and Jason Bateman) and the remaining seasons of "Newhart" it would be a perfect BOB/DVD world!

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