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Episodes 5

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A Jackie Story

6x3
October 8, 1977

Jerry is terrified of losing his new dream girl.

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November 19, 1977

Bob interviews a variety of psychologists to take over his patients while he's out of town. It's soon apparent that they are very much in need of help themselves. When Bob's former teacher, Professor Dreebe, offers his services, it seems the perfect answer.

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Grand Delusion

6x11
December 17, 1977

Bob and Emily celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary with a dream flight into the fantasy of being married to different partners.

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March 4, 1978

On the eve of being announced ""Secretary of the Year,"" Carol informs Bob that she's leaving his employ.

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April 1, 1978

Bob gives up his psychological practice in Chicago to become a professor at a small college in Oregon.

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