TV Series | TV-G | | Comedy, Family
The misadventures of a TV writer both at work and at home.
Oscar Katz, former head of programming for CBS, said of the show, "They de-Jewishized it, midwesternized it and put Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore in the leads."
Maurice (Buddy) Sorrell:
This guy laughs at everything! Bet he'll laugh if I say "shoehorn"... SHOEHORN!
Maxwell Cooley: heh huhh heh huhh!
A third variation on the tripping-on-the-ottoman opening was added in later seasons, wherein Van Dyke neither stumbles over nor skips around it, but trips on a corner attempting to do the latter, and recovers without falling.
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