• This was Bob Newhart's second series with his name in the title. This one along with "The Bob Newhart" show were both very successful shows. He would also do one called "Bob", however that show for the most part was a bust. Still, two out of three is not to bad. This one stars Bob as a city man who moves to Vermont to open an inn with his wife. Kind of the fish out of water routine, but not played up as much. Basically, the husband and wife blend in a bit quickly compared to say "Green Acres". The show had a nice off beat humor, though as the show progressed it slipped more and more into the silly range. Kind of like the show "Night Court" though it never got quite as silly as that show did. The cast was great, though they did have a few to many shows near the end featuring Larry and his two brothers both named Daryl. They were great in small doses, but the more they were in the show the less impact their appearances began having. The show also started as more of a live show, then converted to film which I always think that looks better. Julie Duffy and Peter Scolari joined the cast later and were very nice additions to the cast as the two they replaced were okay, just not the characters as these two were. All in all a funny show that had a very good run.