Newhart is an American sitcom created by Barry Kemp for CBS. It ran from October 25, 1982 to May 21, 1990 for eight seasons.

Series summary Edit

Dick Loudon (Bob Newhart) and his wife Joanna leave New York City to run a guest-house in Vermont, finding themselves in the middle of a community of oddballs that drive Bob to distraction. In later seasons, Bob began hosting a talk show on the town's TV channel.

Westphall connections in Newhart Edit

  • Elliot Carlin from The Bob Newhart Show appeared in "I Married Dick" where he met Dick Louden.
  • Bob Hartley (Bob Newhart) from The Bob Newhart Show wakes up in the final episode of the otherwise unconnected Newhart, revealing that entire show existed only as a dream.

Westphall connection to Newhart Edit

  • Larry, Darryl, and Darryl appeared in Coach "Leaving Orlando" parts two and three.

Disputed Westphall connection to Newhart Edit

In George & Leo "The Cameo Show", many actors from Bob Newhart's and Judd Hirsch's other series made cameo appearances. Even though Peter Scolari's character was given the name Michael Harris, the same name from Newhart, he is not the same character. Cast members from The Bob Newhart Show, Taxi, and Dear John also made unnamed cameo appearances.