Season 3 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 3 (1963-1964)
|3x01 That's My Boy??? |
Rob recalls the frenetic days after Richie was born, and how he came to believe he'd brought the wrong baby home, "because he didn't look the same in the crib." In fact, he did bring ...
|Sep. 25, 1963|
|3x02 The Masterpiece |
Rob, Laura, Sally and Buddy go to an auction to purchase a painting for Alan. Suave Rob tries to explain to Sally and Buddy how to bid, and in doing so bids on an extremely ugly pa ...
|Oct. 02, 1963|
|3x03 Laura's Little Lie |
Laura doesn't want to sign some insurance forms, because if she does it forces her to choose between fraud, and revealing a secret she does not want Rob to learn: that she was only ...
|Oct. 09, 1963|
|3x04 Very Old Shoes, Very Old Rice |
Having learned they're not legally married, Dick and Laura plan to "remarry" but circumstances conspire to make this difficult since they cannot reveal just why they need to get re ...
|Oct. 16, 1963|
|3x05 All About Eavesdropping |
Dick and Laura plan to spend time with their neighbors the Helpers, but inadvertently hear them over the intercom saying some unkind things. The Petries arrive angry but cannot admit ...
|Oct. 23, 1963|
|3x06 Too Many Stars |
Rob grows tired of the complications of directing a play for the Parents' Council and tries to resign, but there is no one else to do the job. Laura finds her dancing skills eclipsed ...
|Oct. 30, 1963|
|3x07 Who and Where Was Antonio Stradivarius? |
Rob is struck on the head with a violin and loses his memory. Unaware of who he is or what he should be doing, he embarks on a new life...
|Nov. 06, 1963|
|3x08 Uncle George |
Rob's eccentric uncle visits. He's looking for a wife, and he may have found one - Sally! But despite her interest in getting married, she's not so interested in Uncle George, leaving ...
|Nov. 13, 1963|
|3x09 Big Max Calvada |
Rob, Buddy and Sally have to write a comedy routine for a man named Kenny Dexter. Trouble is, Kenny's the nephew of Max Calvada, a mobster! When they see Kenny try to perform, they ...
|Nov. 20, 1963|
|3x10 The Ballad of the Betty Lou |
Wise words: never enter into a business arrangement with a friend unless you don't mind losing that friend. It nearly comes to that when Rob and Jerry purchase a sailboat together, ...
|Nov. 27, 1963|
|3x11 Turtles, Ties, and Toreadors |
Rob hires a Spanish maid, Maria. When she breaks her arm and can't work she faces deportation, so Rob tries to find her another job.
|Dec. 04, 1963|
|3x12 The Sound of Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears |
Rob sees two people running away from the site of a robbery. He agrees to testify but keeps remembering new details to add. Eventually, he learns that the people he saw weren't the ...
|Dec. 11, 1963|
|3x13 The Alan Brady Show Presents |
After developing a script for Alan's Christmas special, the writing staff winds up abandoning it and performing themselves.
|Dec. 18, 1963|
|3x14 The Third One from the Left |
Dancer Joan Delroy, a guest on Alan's show, falls for Rob, who has to explain that he's married and not the sort who fools around.
|Jan. 01, 1964|
|3x15 My Husband is the Best One |
A reporter from "Newstime" magazine interviews Rob about the Alan Brady show. Rob modestly downplays his own contributions and sings the praises of his fellow writers, but Laura adds ...
|Jan. 08, 1964|
|3x16 The Lady and the Tiger and the Lawyer |
Laura and Rob try to set their friend Arthur up with a wife, introducing him to Sally and a woman named Donna Palmer. But each of the Petries has a different idea who Arthur should ...
|Jan. 15, 1964|
|3x17 The Life and Love of Joe Coogan |
Rob meets Laura's old flame Joe Coogan at the country club, Rob tells Laura he met Joe and Laura thinks he looked in her shoebox where her pomes are kept. (The pomes are kept in the ...
|Jan. 22, 1964|
|3x18 A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards |
Rob and friends play poker with marked cards that Rob was using to teach Ritchie some magic tricks.
|Jan. 29, 1964|
|3x19 Happy Birthday and Too Many More |
Laura & Rob are deciding when to have his party day should it be 3 weeks after or before Ritchie actual date of birth? Laura says she will have the party at Dizzy Land (not Disney Land). ...
|Feb. 05, 1964|
|3x20 The Brave and the Backache |
Laura wonders why Rob never wants to be alone with her.
|Feb. 12, 1964|
|3x21 The Pen is Mightier Than the Mouth |
Sally is famous overnight leaving Rob and Buddy to work alone.
|Feb. 19, 1964|
|3x22 My Part-Time Wife |
Laura helps out at the office but drives Rob crazy while Sally is away.
|Feb. 26, 1964|
|3x23 Honeymoons Are for the Lucky |
Rob recalls a time when he left Camp Crowder to spend his honneymoon with Laura.
|Mar. 04, 1964|
|3x24 How to Spank a Star |
Rob's favorite star Paula Marshall wants to guest on the show but causes problems for everybody.
|Mar. 11, 1964|
|3x25 The Plots Thicken |
Rob and Laura's familes fight over where Laura be buried. They end up having 3 burial plots to choose from.
|Mar. 18, 1964|
|3x26 Scratch My Car and Die |
Rob has a new car that he loves and won't let anyone touch. When Laura takes Ritchie to school she gets a scratch on the car! When Rob finds out he wants to sue the person who did ...
|Mar. 25, 1964|
|3x27 The Return of Edwin Carp |
Rob tries to get Edwin Carp to guest on a tv special.
|Apr. 01, 1964|
|3x28 October Eve |
Laura's past comes back to haunt her in form of painting that is at an art gallery.
|Apr. 08, 1964|
|3x29 Dear Mrs. Petrie, Your Husband is in Jail |
Rob ends up in jail after contacting an army buddy.
|Apr. 15, 1964|
|3x30 My Neighbor's Husband's Other Life |
Rob and Laura see Jerry go out with another woman.
|Apr. 22, 1964|
|3x31 I'd Rather Be Bald Than Have No Head at All |
Another classic; in this episode, Rob finds a hair or two in his brush; of course he assumes he's going bald. A visit to his barber (Ned Glass) hardly reassures him. The barber tells ...
|Apr. 29, 1964|
|3x32 Teacher's Petrie |
The teacher falls in love with Laura.
|May. 13, 1964|
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Season 3 Quotes
|Season 3 / Episode 18: - A Nice, Friendly Game of Cards|
Robert 'Rob' Petrie: Look, Richie, when you cheat to win, that's naughty, but when you cheat to lose, that's... ridiculous.
|Season 3 / Episode 13: - The Alan Brady Show Presents|
Sally Rogers: [in song] I am a fine musician, I practice every day / And people come from miles around just to heard me play...
Season 3 Trivia
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