Season 2 Breakdown
Normal Episodes: 32
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
Normal Episodes: 32
TV Specials: 0
TV Movies: 0
The Dick Van Dyke Show Season 2 (1962-1963)
|2x01 Never Name a Duck |
Ritchie gives names to a pair of baby ducks which Rob brought home from work and promptly gives them a name. But when one of the ducks becomes ill, Rob needs to teach his son an important ...
|Sep. 26, 1962|
|2x02 The Two Faces of Rob |
Rob calls home to Laura and asks for a date in a disguised voice in order to prove his point that wives cannot figure out when their husband is calling, just by hearing his voice.
|Oct. 03, 1962|
|2x03 The Attempted Marriage |
A look back at the story of Rob and Laura's wedding and how he ended up with a sprained ankle when his jeep breaks down.
|Oct. 10, 1962|
|2x04 Bank Book 6565696 |
Rob is shocked when he discovers that Laura has a bank account of her own that she has never revealed.
|Oct. 17, 1962|
|2x05 Hustling the Hustler |
Rob plays pool against Buddy's brother who insists he can't play, but is really a hustler. But it's Laura to the rescue when he discovers he is married to a pool shark.
|Oct. 24, 1962|
|2x06 My Husband Is Not a Drunk |
Rob causes mayhem at work when he arrives after suffering a post hypnotic suggestion which had been meant for another man in which he needs a drink every time he hears a bell ring. ...
|Oct. 31, 1962|
|2x07 What's in a Middle Name? |
Rob and Laura try to explain to Ritchie how he wound up with the middle name of 'Rosebud.'
|Nov. 07, 1962|
|2x08 Like a Sister |
Although Sally has a new man in her life, Rob believes he is not the right guy for her and attempts to make him drunk in front of her. But his plan backfires when he declares his love ...
|Nov. 14, 1962|
|2x09 The Night the Roof Fell In |
A bad day at the office creates drama at home for Rob and Laura, as he walks out after a spat.
|Nov. 21, 1962|
|2x10 The Secret Life of Buddy and Sally |
Rob is under the suspicion that Buddy and Sally are carrying on a secret affair and goes undercover to find out the truth.
|Nov. 28, 1962|
|2x11 A Bird in the Head Hurts |
Ritchie is in fear that a giant woodpecker is trying to attack him and asks Rob to get rid of the bird.
|Dec. 05, 1962|
|2x12 Gesundheit, Darling |
Rob's sudden sneezing has him worried that he maybe allergic to his family.
|Dec. 12, 1962|
|2x13 A Man's Teeth Are Not His Own |
When Rob breaks a tooth while eating, he finds himself in need of an emergency dentist appointment, but fears he has betrayed his friend and usual dentist Jerry by seeing another.
|Dec. 19, 1962|
|2x14 Somebody Has to Play Cleopatra |
Rob finds himself dug deep in controversy when he takes the reigns of a local theatrical version of Cleopatra, and everyone wants to play the lead.
|Dec. 26, 1962|
|2x15 The Cat Burglar |
A cat burglar has stolen from the Petrie's, and no one can figure how he got inside. So Rob decides to defend himself by purchasing a gun, but forgets where he put the bullets when ...
|Jan. 02, 1963|
|2x16 The Foul Weather Girl |
A weather girl on the local news is an old schoolmate of Rob's and asks for his help in getting a job on the Alan Brady Show. Laura becomes jealous as the single woman starts working ...
|Jan. 09, 1963|
|2x17 Will You Two Be My Wife? |
A manuscript describes how Rob almost married another woman, Dorothy, and how he found her more attractive than Laura. But as Buddy and Sally secretly read the book they find out that ...
|Jan. 16, 1963|
|2x18 Ray Murdock's X-Ray |
Rob's interview on The Ray Murdock's X-ray Show makes Laura sound like a nut, causing her to demand and explanation when he came home.
|Jan. 23, 1963|
|2x19 I Was a Teenage Head Writer |
Having quit the show because of a demand to make a major rewrite of the script, Rob tells the story of how he as a young comedy writer had to prove himself to Buddy and Sally.
|Jan. 30, 1963|
|2x20 It May Look Like a Walnut! |
After watching a late night science fiction movie, Rob has a dream that a walnut is out to steal his imagination and his thumbs.
|Feb. 06, 1963|
|2x21 My Husband Is a Check-Grabber |
Laura wants to break Rob of his habit of grabbing for the check while out at dinner.
|Feb. 13, 1963|
|2x22 Don't Trip Over That Mountain |
Laura tries to warn Rob not to try skiing on the bigger slopes since he is only a beginner, but to no avail.
|Feb. 20, 1963|
|2x23 Give Me Your Walls! |
When Rob accidentally draws on a wall, he and Laura decide to get a professional painter to redo the room. But the painters habits have them regretting their choice.
|Feb. 27, 1963|
|2x24 The Sam Pomerantz Scandals |
The gang all help out an old friend of Rob's by putting on a charity show for him.
|Mar. 06, 1963|
|2x25 The Square Triangle |
A guest star for the Alan Brady Show, singer Jacques Savon, has a strange connection with Rob and Laura, who believe they were to blame for his divorce.
|Mar. 20, 1963|
|2x26 I'm No Henry Walden! |
Rob feels uncomfortable as the only comedy writer to attend a literary party with Henry Walden.
|Mar. 27, 1963|
|2x27 Racy Tracy Rattigan |
Guest host, a British romantic film star Tracy Rattigan, makes Rob jealous when he woos Laura.
|Apr. 03, 1963|
|2x28 Divorce |
Buddy's shocking announcement that he wants a divorce from Pickles has Rob caught in the middle.
|Apr. 10, 1963|
|2x29 It's a Shame She Married Me |
Rob is jealous when he meets Jim Darling, an old boyfriend of Laura's who has now become successful and will do all he can to make sure the two do not meet up again.
|Apr. 17, 1963|
|2x30 A Surprise Surprise Is a Surprise |
Laura does all she can to make sure Rob does not find out that she is planning a surprise birthday party for him, but is discouraged to find out he knew about it all the time.
|Apr. 24, 1963|
|2x31 Jilting the Jilter |
Sally has fallen for comedian Freddy White, but finds out that he only wanted her to quit the Alan Brady Show and write jokes for him.
|May. 01, 1963|
|2x32 When a Bowling Pin Talks, Listen |
When Rob runs dry on ideas for the show, Ritchie suggests that he uses a talking bowling pin, unaware that this skit had already been used earlier on the Uncle Spunky Show.
|May. 08, 1963|
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Season 2 Quotes
|Season 2 / Episode 1: - Never Name a Duck|
Maurice (Buddy) Sorrell: [looking through a box full of old toys] Hey, here's something for Ritchie: a bathtub toy with a plastic fish in it.
Robert 'Rob' Petrie: I think Ritchie's a little too old for plastic fish.
Sally Rogers: [taking the toy] I'll take it.
Maurice (Buddy) Sorrell: I don't want to be personal, but aren't you old enough to bathe with real fish?
Sally Rogers: It's not for me, it's for Mr. Henderson, my cat.
Maurice (Buddy) Sorrell: Your cat eats plastic fish?
Robert 'Rob' Petrie, Sally Rogers: [in unison] It's a plastic cat.
|Season 2 / Episode 20: - It May Look Like a Walnut!|
Robert 'Rob' Petrie: Oh, what a nightmare! What a nightmare! I dreamed that I was a Twylo-ite. And that I lost my sense of humor and my thumbs! [kisses thumbs fervently]
Laura Petrie: I dreamt that Danny Thomas was chasing me and throwing walnuts at me and every place he'd hit me I'd lose a thumb and grow an eye!
Season 2 Trivia
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