TV Series | TV-G | | Comedy
The characters "Larry, Darryl, and Darryl," who often waxed philosophical, probably got their names from the main character of the book "The Razor's Edge," by W. Somerset Maugham, Larry Darrell, who traveled the world looking for the meaning of life.
Dr. Robert Hartley:
Well, I was an innkeeper in this crazy town in Vermont.
Emily Hartley: I'm happy for you. Goodnight.
Dr. Robert Hartley: Nothing made sense in this place. I mean, the maid was an heiress, her husband talked in alliteration, the handyman kept missing the point of things. And there ...
Emily Hartley: ...
The opening credits are expanded slightly on a handful of episodes. After Bob Newhart's credit the picture switches to a boat slowly coming to the shore for about five seconds as the theme adds an extra stanza, afterward the credits return to normal for Mary Frann's credit.
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