Dick and Joanna are the sole holdouts when a Japanese investor buys the entire town.
Stephanie and Michael consider divorce after a visit from Stephanie's former beau and his heiress wife.
The actor (Henry Gibson) Michael (Peter Scolari) hires for a kiddie show turns out to be his long-lost father. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) invites himself to Larry, Darryl and Darryl's (William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad) Saturday night poker game with Tim Conway.
George (Tom Poston) invents a board game that becomes a marketing phenomenon. With Bob Newhart and Peter Scolari.
After meeting a group of clergymen (George O. Petrie, James Hampton) at the inn, George (Tom Poston) decides to become a priest. With Bob Newhart.
Michael (Peter Scolari) has a nightmare about the impact of his paternal decisions on little Stephanie's future. Julia Duffy portrays little Stephanie as an adult.
When George's (Tom Poston) old street gang holds a reunion, Dick (Bob Newhart) is drafted as the leader. With Peter Scolari.
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) stars as teenage twin sisters in Michael's (Peter Scolari) new sitcom on WPIV. Guest star: Don Knotts. With Bob Newhart.
Dick's show is jeopardized when baby Stephanie receives WPIV as a gift from her wealthy grandparents.
Dick (Bob Newhart) is distressed when a whining guest (Bill Daily) decides to move in next door. With Mary Frann.
The first client of Joanna's (Mary Frann) TV real estate show is more interested in her. With Julia Duffy and Peter Scolari.
Michael goes camera crazy as the baby's birth approaches. Patrick Duffy and Angela Lansbury guest star.
George (Tom Poston) vows to stay awake after he has recurring nightmares. Guest star: Peggy Fleming. With Bob Newhart and Mary Frann.
George (Tom Poston) has a short-lived romance with a woman (Jan Cobler) possessing a large posterior. With Bob Newhart.
Joanna's aunt (Nancy Walker) visits the inn and revives a 19-year-old feud with Dick (Bob Newhart). With Mary Frann.
A very pregnant Stephanie (Julia Duffy) is sent to jail for slapping a shopping-mall security guard. With Peter Scolari and Bob Newhart.
An impoverished British lord (Tony Jay) pays his bill at the inn by leaving Dick (Bob Newhart) his title. With Mary Frann.
Stephanie's mother (Priscilla Morrill) offers to buy the newlyweds (Julia Duffy, Peter Scolari) a house if Michael agrees to become a Vanderkellen.
When Stephanie (Julia Duffy) pressures Michael (Peter Scolari) for more money, he quits his job to become a lounge singer. With Tom Poston.
George (Tom Poston) incurs the town's wrath when he confesses to a 40-year-old prank. With Bob Newhart and Todd Susman.
Joanna (Mary Frann) enters an inspired poem in the annual contest, but no one believes she wrote it. Guest star: Kathy Kinney. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) believes his cigar butt was responsible for burning Maison Hubert to the ground. I.M. Hobson guest stars. With Mary Frann.
Michael and Stephanie (Peter Scolari, Julia Duffy) face the perils of impending parenthood following their honeymoon. With Bob Newhart.
Michael and Stephanie seek mates for each other; guest Johnny Carson.
Joanna vanishes after Dick's murder mystery is published.
George's elderly family friend visits and tells a long-kept secret.
Joanna (Mary Frann) must work with a sexy co-host (Robert Curtis-Brown) when she is offered her own TV program.
Fresh out of a sanitarium, Michael expounds on Dick's show.
Michael's psychologist (Melanie Chartoff) resigns from his case when she realizes she's attracted to him. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) hires an illustrator (Eileen Brennan), who is in the same sanitarium as Michael (Peter Scolari).
The Loudons are tempted by a surprisingly large offer for the inn.
Dick is sidekick to an insulting talk-show host (Don Rickles).
Larry and the Darryls have Joanna over for dinner.
Michael fears his lack of money will end his romance with Stephanie.
Dick escorts Stephanie to a high-society bash in New York; guest Merv Griffin.
George's old flame (Inga Swenson) returns after 25 years.
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) is appalled when an unemployed Michael (Peter Scolari) becomes a shoe salesman. Guest star: David Pressman.
Joanna's first real-estate sale goes awry.
Dick's (Bob Newhart) patience is tested when he is appointed foreman of an apparently apathetic jury.
Dick attempts to entertain his visiting father (Bob Elliott).
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) falls for a hunkish stonemason (guest star Jeff Yagher) who is working at the inn.
Joanna (Mary Frann) persuades Dick (Bob Newhart) to accompany her to a group therapy session. Guest star: Jack Riley.
Stephanie, recovering from an emergency appendectomy, is shocked to learn the identity of a blood donor.
Michael (Peter Scolari) livens up the annual apple festival with a little Las Vegas glitz. With Bob Newhart.
A fugitive claims Dick's how-to book helped him escape.
Joanna matches George up with a woman who has an extremely jealous ex-boyfriend.
Joanna convinces Dick to try out for the church glee club. But when he makes the group and she is rejected, Joanna becomes upset that Dick will not quit as a show of support.
Michael is in for a rude awakening when he has to produce the news.
Larry and his brothers dream of being on 'The Tonight Show.'.
Dick's (Bob Newhart) patience is tested when an illustrator (guest star Eileen Brennan) arrives to help him with his new book.
While at a convention, Michael gets an unbelievable proposition from a woman who is interested in Dick's show.
Michael (Peter Scolari) tries to convince Dick (Bob Newhart) to co-host a home-shopping show with Stephanie (Julia Duffy).
After George (Tom Poston) spots the Great White Buck, everyone begins having good luck until Dick (Bob Newhart) runs over it.
George wants to leave his job at the inn to work as a used-car salesman.
Dick (Bob Newhart) decides to confront a local television critic (Roderick Cook) who penned a scathing review of Dick's program.
Dick's (Bob Newhart) former TV co-host, Buffy Denver (Julie Brown), visits the inn and makes fast friends with Stephanie (Julia Duffy).
Larry, Darryl and Darryl surprise everyone when they adopt a child.
The town's police officer threatens to go on strike when his request for a pay raise is denied.
Dick writes what he believes is a witty presentation for Joanna's tour guide projects.
Dick is named the sole host of a 48-hour telethon to raise funds for the station.
Michael and Stephanie decide to tie the knot -- and Dick worries that they may be making a mistake.
Stephanie and Michael (Julia Duffy, Peter Scolari) feel their relationship has become stagnant. With Bob Newhart and Mary Frann.
News of aliens invading the town interrupts the Halloween party at the inn. With Bob Newhart, Mary Frann.
Stephanie becomes severely depressed when she discovers she is no longer a young, blossoming woman. It's Larry, Darryl and Darryl who come to her rescue to break her out of her funk.
Michael steals an idea for a TV show from a student in his production class.
George (Tom Poston) attends his high-school reunion with hopes of seeing the woman he once secretly admired. With Bob Newhart.
Joanna and Dick worry when restaurant and travel critics applaud the amenities of a neighboring inn.
Larry (William Sanderson) discovers a dark family secret that threatens his seniority over his two brothers (Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad).
Joanna has an admirer who is hounding her all day long. The trouble is, he is only 16 years old and Joanna doesn't know how to get him to stop without breaking his heart. Meanwhile, George wants someone to give him a nickname.
Michael's lost when Stephanie leaves without him for a three-day weekend.
Dick (Bob Newhart) discovers that his typing teacher (William Windom) is the same tyrant he had in grade school.
Michael needs to come up with quality programming as a candidate for a network job.
After a quarrel, Joanna (Mary Frann) throws Dick (Bob Newhart) out of their bedroom.
Dick and Joanna (Bob Newhart, Mary Frann) embark on a madcap adventure after she tells him that he's becoming predictable.
Dick's TV show grows in popularity when he begins to verbally abuse his guests.
Larry, Darryl and Darryl are jailed after they are accused of stealing a farmer's cow.
Dick hopes Joanna sees the light about her fear of eye doctors.
During a heavy snowstorm, George (Tom Poston) enlists Dick's (Bob Newhart) help to embark on a mission to repair the town's damaged bell tower.
Ned Vanderkellen (Lyle Talbot) drops dead during his 100th-birthday party at the family mansion. José Ferrer and Patricia Morrill guest star.
Joanna (Mary Frann) fumes when she learns that Dick (Bob Newhart) once proposed to an old flame (Shelley Fabares).
A woman is impressed by the love letter Larry sent to her -- the only problem is that Michael wrote it for him.
Dick reluctantly takes George along to a publisher's party in New York.
Stephanie's plan to take advantage of her broken toe backfires when Joanna and Dick hire an efficient replacement.
Dick and Joanna (Bob Newhart, Mary Frann) are are asked to organize a drive to save the town library.
Everyone thinks Dick is in need of money after his check bounces.
Joanna and Dick's plans for an old-fashioned Thanksgiving go awry.
Larry, Darryl and Darryl's relationship may be ruined when their new friend tries to kick Larry out as the group's leader.
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) arrives at the TV station's anniversary party with a date, hoping to make Michael (Peter Scolari) jealous.
Stephanie gives Michael an ultimatum when she finds out a romance has developed between him and his new assistant.
Michael (Peter Scolari) believes Joanna (Mary Frann) may be having an affair. With Bob Newhart.
Dick takes a leave from the inn and lands a job out West as a hired hand on a ranch.
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) takes over as leader of a troop of Ranger Girls. With Bob Newhart.
Dick's (Bob Newhart) show is canceled, but Michael (Peter Scolari) plans to have him star in a new program.
Mr. Vanderkellen wants Michael and Stephanie (Peter Scolari, Julia Duffy) to set up a prenuptial agreement.
Dick (Bob Newhart) thinks that the station's temporary receptionist is perfect for the job. With Mary Frann.
George (Tom Poston) is attracted to a visiting actress, who has a reputation for 'using' men. With Mary Frann and Bob Newhart.
Larry, Darryl and Darryl (William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad) vie for the attention of their new waitress. With Bob Newhart and Mary Frann.
Dick submits a book to his publisher using his old pen name, but the prank backfires when his work is rejected.
George's only living relative, a distant cousin, arrives for a visit.
Dick hopes to star in the video version of his 'how-to' plumbing book.
The annual snow carnival may be postponed due to the dry forecast -- until Larry, Darryl and Darryl come up with a possible solution.
Joanna and Dick (Mary Frann, Bob Newhart) renew their marriage vows.
Everyone but Dick (Bob Newhart) believes the inn is haunted. With Mary Frann.
Stephanie takes care of everyone else when a measles epidemic strikes.
Larry is obsessed with repaying a favor after Dick saves him from an electrical shock.
Michael has made a success of himself to all around him but has never been able to impress his mother. To correct this, he tries to find a hidden talent that she can be proud of.
George serves as a Big Brother to a boy who's fascinated with the glamour of Dick's TV show.
George starts a rival lodge after the Beavers cheat him out of a prize.
Joanna and Stephanie are shocked when they read Michael's diary.
A battle erupts between Joanna and Stephanie when they open an aerobics studio.
Dick reunites with his old college jazz band, the Jazztones, but soon realizes that the guys from his youth have really grown old. Dick insists that the do something wild and crazy like they used to do.
Dick and Stephanie's fathers run into trouble when they're accused of flouting Colonial Days law at a town festivity.
Dick (Bob Newhart) tries to keep Larry (William Sanderson) from running for mayor. With Mary Frann.
Joanna's friend wants everyone to go to Morocco for a vacation.
Joanna's (Mary Frann) miffed by the grade given to the inn by a tourist guide; Larry (William Sanderson) wants to return to school. With Bob Newhart.
Michael (Peter Scolari) finally tells Stephanie (Julia Duffy) that he's tired of her selfish behavior. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) reluctantly stands in for the absent host of a kiddie show. With Peter Scolari and Mary Frann.
Dick (Bob Newhart) is under pressure to spice up his show. With Mary Frann.
Larry, Darryl and Darryl (William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad) win big in a jingle contest. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) finds the bumbling Harley Estin a job, but it turns out to be a scam operation. With Mary Frann.
Dick's plans to start a restoration project at the inn are postponed when his tools mysteriously disappear.
Dick faces the rigors of being a TV producer after Michael is fired.
Joanna (Mary Frann) tries to show Larry and the two Darryls (William Sanderson, Tony Papenfuss, John Voldstad) a more civilized way to run their cafe.
Stephanie's rich parents (José Ferrer, Priscilla Morrill) offer her anything money can buy if she will move back home.
Stephanie (Julia Duffy) must choose between Michael (Peter Scolari) and his rich boss. With Bob Newhart.
Dick and Joanna squabble on the 'Vermont Today' set; Stephanie and Michael are at odds over the gift he had someone pick out for her.
A feud erupts when Dick complains about a goat owned by Larry, Darryl and Darryl.
George cannot stand the attention he receives after he takes part in a lifesaving feat.
Dick regrets his decision to make Joanna co-author of his latest book when she suggests major revisions.
George's (Tom Poston) latest girlfriend is looking to get married -- and he's looking for a way out. With Bob Newhart.
Dick (Bob Newhart) faces a lawsuit when he is charged with plagiarism. With Mary Frann and Tom Poston.
Dick is flattered when an admirer wants to start a fan club for him.
Michael (Peter Scolari) hires Stephanie (Julia Duffy) as the TV station's new receptionist, but must later find a way to fire her.
On his way to the basketball game of the year, Dick is arrested for Stephanie's unpaid campus parking tickets.
George (Tom Poston) is roasted as man of the year at the Beaver Lodge. With Bob Newhart.
Larry interprets a comment Stephanie makes the wrong way, which makes him fall madly in love with her.
Disaster reigns when Dick's first hunting adventure is taped for a TV program.
Dick lets Joanna keep a date she made 20 years ago with a handsome boyfriend.
Michael (Peter Scolari) wants Dick (Bob Newhart) to tape a tacky ad for his TV show. Guest: Ray Walston.
Dick and Joanna encounter obstacles as they plan a birthday party for George.
Stephanie is furious when she discovers she will not be participating in a beauty contest.
Dick is afraid he made the wrong decision after agreeing to be the host of a TV talk show.
Dick is dumbfounded when George's club, the Beavers, reject him for membership. Kirk and Cindy have their first fight. A man with an imaginary wife stays at the inn.
Kirk's grandmother (Ruth Gordon) lets him take her car on his honeymoon, but highway patrol officers have other plans.
Kirk can't wait for his wedding to Cindy, until the actual wedding begins and he faints during the ceremony.
Dick tries to save Kirk's cafe by speaking out against the construction of a fast-food restaurant.
Kirk relies on Dick and George to decide whether or not he should propose to Cindy.
Dick accepts an offer to serve as the host of an afternoon TV show.
George becomes a volunteer fireman, but looses the keys to the fire truck just as a fire is called in, which happens to be the town's first fire in five years.
Stephanie's jealous when her former high-school 'prince' arrives at the inn with his wife.
Stephanie attends a poetry reading to look over the eligible men, but Joanna winds up getting the attention.
Kirk is certain he has found the right woman until he discovers she's a professional clown.
Desperate Kirk starts up a club for singles with hopes of finding the perfect woman.
Outside interferences distract Dick from his latest book assignment.
After Stephanie gets lost in a Vermont snowstorm, Larry, Darryl and Darryl manage to rescue her.
A violent rainstorm casts a cloud over Dick and Joanna's (Bob Newhart, Mary Frann) Thanksgiving dinner.
Joanna persuades Dick to bring his play to the community theater stage with hopes she'll be chosen for the lead role.
Joanna is thrilled when she and Dick are invited to a potluck dinner, until she finds out there's a catch.
George brings home a stray dog, named Lucky. Stephanie's husband arrives in Vermont, demanding answers as to why she left.
Dick is almost seduced by a sultry actress (Stella Stevens) who hired him to write her memoirs; Stephanie's wealthy father arrives to take her home.
A seductive actress (Stella Stevens) plans to hire Dick to write her autobiography; Stephanie replaces the inn's former maid.
Dick regrets joining a golf foursome when the wagering gets out of hand.
Kirk's dinner date with Leslie hits a snag when his grandmother (Ruth Gordon) arrives unexpectedly.
Joanna is furious when Dick tells a magazine reporter that she's a great homebody.
George becomes the butt of everyone's jokes when he claims to have seen a UFO.
Kirk's habit of telling lies discredits him when he tries to collect on his insurance after being robbed of $2,000.
Leslie and Joanna stay behind while Dick, George and Kirk head for a basketball game in Boston. Guest star: Daniel J. Travanti.
Joanna and Dick's plans to attend a writers convention in New York go awry when Kirk asks them for help prior to having surgery.
Dick feels obligated to a stand-up comic who he believes launched his career.
Stephanie becomes attracted to Kirk during her visit with cousin Leslie.
Joanna and Dick are disappointed when a weekend with two fun-loving friends doesn't go as planned.
George's only true love re-enters his life. Guest star: Rue McClanahan.
Leslie gets more than she bargained for when she gives Dick a skiing lesson.
Joanna and Dick wind up in the middle of a feud between a senator and his wife.
Snow and a pregnant visitor disrupt Christmas at the inn.
Dick doesn't realize the trouble that will arise when he agrees to help a struggling writer.
Leslie's high school sweetheart arrives in town to propose marriage to her, much to Kirk's chagrin.
Dick is depressed when he finds out the inn isn't considered a historic landmark.
Dick and Joanna set out to keep Kirk's cafe from being condemned.
During the River Day Festival, Joanna falls through the ice, causing her to subsequently blame Dick for everything wrong in her life.
Dick considers getting into politics when two city officials tell him to run for town council.
Dick and Joanna learn that a body is buried in the basement. As they try to get the body moved to a proper burial ground, they learn that the woman was a witch.
Dick and Joanna Loudon purchase the Stratford Inn in Vermont. They hire a maid, Leslie, for the Inn and later meet their quirky neighbor, Kirk, who happens to be a habitual liar. As the Inn opens for business, problems crop up all over the place.