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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis is about the life and loves of a young dreamer as he progresses from high school to a stint in the army and then college. Stories related Dobie's continual thoughts about the future, his running battle with his father over the prospect of acquiring work, his relationship with his "good buddy", slacker Maynard G. Krebs played by Bob Denver, and his endless romantic heartaches.
Dobie meets the beautiful but high maintenance Thalia Menninger. With the help of his beatnik buddy, Maynard G. Krebs, Dobie plots to rig the movie theater's jackpot giveaway to get enough money to take Thalia to the junior prom--that is, if his conscience doesn't get in the way.
When Thalia starts paying too much attention to wealthy Milton Armitage (Warren Beatty) because of his suits, Dobie strikes a deal with the owner of a men's clothing store (owner played by Mel Blanc) to let him model suits for him. But what will money mad Thalia do when she finds out Dobie doesn't own the fancy suits he wears?
Dobie has the soul of a poet, but greedy Thalia wants him to become a doctor. That means science classes, and that's where Dobie first meets Zelda Gilroy, the girl that will eventually pursue Dobie harder than he pursues even Thalia.
Given bad advice by his older brother, Davey, Dobie convinces a girl that he is having an affair with his teacher.
Everyone thought Bob Denver would have to leave the show, so they produced this grand goodbye of an episode. Maynard feels rejected by all of his friends and family, but when he is drafted, they all come together to give him a tribute. But don't worry! Maynard--and Bob Denver--will be back soon.
Thalia wants Dobie to become a popular singer, but he hasn't the voice for it--that is, until he gets his tonsils out. Now he can croon and make girls swoon--but with all those girls after him, will he forget Thalia? Also, this is the only episode featuring Jerome instead of Maynard.
Maynard is back, and in love for the first time! Dobie vows to help him win the love of this mystery girl, but then he realizes that Maynard's chick is Pearl Arnold, the same girl Dobie is in love with.
It's time for the Big Game--the football match between Webster and Dobie's Central High. Hoping to break Central's losing streak, Dobie masterminds a plot to kidnap Webster's mascot goat.
Dobie tries out for the starring role in the school play, hoping to get a smooch from the leading lady. When Milton Armitage gets the role instead, and Dobie is picked as his understudy, Dobie and Maynard will stop at nothing to get Milton off stage.
Dobie charms a new girl, but if his father doesn't also charm her, then that's the end for their romance. It doesn't help when Dobie screws up some important grocery deliveries he makes for his father's store. Will Herbert T. Gillis be able to keep his temper?
Feeling depressed after his parents seem to have forgotten his birthday, Dobie stays out of the house. Maynard, who knows Dobie's parents are throwing a surprise party for him, tries to get him to go home, but Dobie refuses. Will Dobie miss his own party? Guest starring a very young "Ronny" Howard.
With his wife pestering him about Christmas cards, his sons Dobie and Davey pestering him for money, and customers making unreasonable demands, Herbert T. Gillis' Christmas cheer literally goes out the window!
Taking a psychologist's advice the wrong way, Herbert forces Dobie to "confess" that he hates his father. Besides his strange Dad, Dobie also has to deal with greedy Thalia demanding top class treatment if he wants to take her to the big dance.
Dobie and his Dad are mad when a handsome young man from Argentina charms both Thalia and Mrs. Gillis.
It's homespun Dobie Gillis against the wealthy and powerful Milton Armitage for class president. When Milton's mother makes Herbert an offer he can't refuse, will he sell out his son's chances to win?
Dobie's fist sends a legendary boxer reeling. After that, Dobie is the most intimidating force on campus, something Milton intends to change.
The girls of Central High sing Dobie's praises and the boys want to hit him when he goes on a hunger strike to impress Thalia. This episode introduces Stephen Franken as Chatsworth Osborne, Jr.
When his latest girl and her family welcome Dobie with open arms, he learns he better be careful what he wishes for. Immediately, they start to train him for their acrobatic act, the Flying Millicans!
Unless Dobie passes the math exam, Thalia's going to see he's sent packing to a boarding school. When Dobie is recruited into babysitting for his math teacher, the urge to sneak a peak at the test answers proves impossible for him to resist.
Dobie gets taken in by a charlatan touting the power of electro-magnetic forces on life, but the stranger's final words to him may be advice worth taking.
Hoping to get some other guys interested in her, Dobie spreads a rumor that Zelda is newly rich. Then life for Zelda starts reflecting rumor, as she gets a swimming pool and the attention of the boys.
When Thalia teaches Dobie how to think logically, she finds it backfiring on her, as Dobie now sees her as she truly is.
Zelda wants Dobie to become a farmer, which leads to enrolling in biology class, which leads to keeping chickens in the Gillis' basement, which leads to a totally unbelievable ending!
When Dobie and his latest girl start a babysitting service, Dobie's parents suspect he has secretly married her and that they even have a baby. Guest starring Don Knotts.
Thalia and Dobie get into the dry cleaning business, but when the thieving owners of the shop take off with Central High's best clothes, Dobie has to pay for them and Thalia actually feels bad about her greediness.
The focus is not on Dobie in this tale, but Herbert T. Gillis. Can he save the show with a little soft shoe?
Dobie and his Dad are in an awful dilemma when a banker's manipulative daughter takes interest in Dobie. Guest starring Rose Marie.
At seventeen and a half years old, Dobie insists on moving out. Will he come crawling back on his hands and knees to his father?
Dobie is left to mind the store when Herbert and Winnie go to a family reunion. What could go wrong? Enter Thalia, with a mixed up scheme to make some money by selling four hundred sandwiches.
Dobie and Maynard come underdressed to a swinging, upper class party at the Armitage estate, but wrangle out a deal with Chatsworth Osborne, Jr., to share his tuxedo, a half hour at a time. Of course, this causes more problems than it solves.
Signing his will causes Herbert to have a nightmare about what Winnie, Dobie, and Davey will do without him.
Daphne, the latest girl that Dobie and Chatsworth are rivals for, admires hard working men, so both Dobie and Chatsworth resolve to quit being lazy and get jobs at her father's shoe store.
Herbert is worried when a new grocery store comes to town. It doesn't help that Dobie crushes on the new grocer's daughter.
Maynard's got a gal, and she speaks only French. That's okay--they understand each other. Then Chatsworth, who knows French, breezes in.
Dobie falls for a grown woman. She happens to be a nurse, so Dobie pretends to be ill to get her attention. That backfires when he is diagnosed with a contagious disease, and the police want to quarantine him!
Dobie's latest crush's father is a manipulative police officer who insists on getting his way, even if that means threatening Dobie's father until Dobie and his daughter stop seeing each other. Meanwhile, Maynard has the lonely blues, so Dobie allows him to accompany him on dates.
Dobie wants to just turn his back on courtship and get married, so he asks the only girl he can rely on to wed him, Zelda. She says yes, but even she would rather enjoy her youth than get married right away. But both sets of parents have given their approval, so it looks like the wedding is on!
Dobie's latest girl hates money and goes for simple pleasures, until her little sister starts getting first class treatment from a thirteen-year old tycoon.
After starting off on the wrong foot with the father of his latest gal, Dobie wins his favor when Mr. Lomax believes he is joining the Navy. Dobie gets so into the lie that he very nearly sets sail!
Steve Franken(Chatsworth Osborne Jr.)
Bob Denver(Maynard G. Krebs)
Dwayne Hickman(Dobie Gillis)
Frank Faylen(Herbert T. Gillis)
Sheila James Kuehl(Zelda Gilroy)
Tuesday Weld(Thalia Menninger)
Warren Beatty(Milton Armitage)
Florida Friebus(Winifred 'Winnie' Gillis)
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