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American sitcom television series produced by MTM Enterprises that aired on CBS from September 16, 1972, to April 1, 1978, with a total of 142 half-hour episodes over six seasons. Wikipedia

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    • Season 2: Starsky & Hutch was moved to Saturday night for the second season and was up against tough competition on CBS with the Mary Tyler Moore Show followed by The Bob Newhart Show.Starsky & Hutch-Wikipedia
    • She was cast as the wife of Newhart's character on the popular CBS sitcom The Bob Newhart Show (1972–1978) for all six seasons, as part of CBS television's Saturday night lineup.Suzanne Pleshette-Wikipedia
    • He also acted in Via Galacticas limited presentation on Broadway and, on television, played Dr. Greg Robinson, Jerry's brother, in the "Oh, Brother" episode of The Bob Newhart Show.Raul Julia-Wikipedia
    • This method was perhaps used most famously to explain to audiences that the entirety of Newhart had been the dream of Bob Newhart's character on The Bob Newhart Show.Crossover (fiction)-Wikipedia
    • The creators did not want Frasier in private practice, which would make the show resemble The Bob Newhart Show.Frasier-Wikipedia
    • For most of its broadcasting run, the program was the lead-in for The Bob Newhart Show, which was also produced by MTM Enterprises.The Mary Tyler Moore Show-Wikipedia

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