Next Episode of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis is
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 tries to grow for a tall girl, but when that won't work, he tries to impress her with a song that Zelda wrote.
When Dobie's essay on "My Dog" gets changed to "My Dad", Dobie finds his father more interested in being close to him than ever before. But when Herbert discovers a rough draft of the essay, will the truth destroy all the newfound father/son harmony?
When Maynard finds an abandoned baby girl in the park, he'd rather keep her than turn her over to the police.
Herbert yearns for a promotion within his Bison lodge, but Dobie has gotten off on the wrong foot with the man who can make Herbert's dream come true. So Herbert begs Dobie and Maynard to switch places until his fellow Bison leaves town.
Maynard's psychic powers amaze everyone--but Dobie has reasons to ask Maynard not to use them, even on television during a worldwide broadcast.
Maynard gets work ("Work?!") selling ugly clocks of Confucius, and Dobie tries to build up his confidence by having his friends buy the clocks, making everyone think Maynard is a great salesman.
Maynard finds five hundred dollars and turns it into the police, but it looks like no one is going to claim it, so Maynard throws a big party the night before the money becomes his. What could go wrong?
In a "very special" episode (bet you didn't know they had very special episodes back then!), Mr. Pomfritt enlists Dobie's help in trying to convince a brilliant but poor student to stay in school.
To impress a girl, Dobie joins a legit hot rod club, and enlists Zelda's help in building a car from the ground up. But when Zelda finds out about the other girl, will she ruin Dobie's chances at winning?
Both Maynard and Chatsworth are throwing parties on Christmas Eve, and Dobie feels like a Scrooge for choosing Chatsworth's party over his best friend's.
Mrs. Gillis tries to get Dobie more cultured by dating a French artist's daughter; however, Yvette is more interested in Dobie's rough-edged father.
When the underpaid teachers of Central High become ill, the students' parents, including Dobie's mother and father, have to substitute.
Maynard is hailed as a hero for finding a lion that escaped from the zoo, but when he takes pity on the lion being stuck in a small cage and frees him, he becomes a wanted man.
A "slice of life" episode where Dobie and Maynard try to figure out the answer to their teacher's question, "Whither are we drifting?"
Dobie is reading an advice book on marriage, and shares it with his father. At first, Herbert doesn't want anything to do with it, but then he comes around and starts treating Winnie like he did during their courtship. This doesn't sit well with his fellow Bison down at the lodge!
When Maynard realizes that he may be holding Dobie back from great things, he pretends to hate his old buddy so that Dobie will give him up and succeed.
When Chatsworth steals Zelda away, Dobie finds himself missing her. Will Zelda come back to Dobie now that she's had a taste of the rich life?
Dobie, a reporter for the high school yearbook, does a "where are they now?" story on "Show No Mercy" Applebee, a football star from Central High's past. Unfortunately, he got the idea that Applebee was homeless, when he's really a millionaire...a millionaire about to sue Dobie for libel.
Winnie wins a contest that gets Dobie set up for a date with a Hollywood starlet. Her winning means Herbert has lost his bet and will have to tolerate her mother and sister coming to visit.
Herbert goes to night school to finally get his high school diploma, but he tries to hide this from Dobie. But with the same teacher presiding over both of them, will he be able to keep that secret for long?
Dobie and Maynard have now graduated high school and don't know what to do. They get special testing to find out where their skills lie, but Dobie balks at the idea of a computer deciding his fate.
As Dobie prepares to start his army life, his parents reminisce about when he was born.
When Maynard runs away before he can board the Army bus, Chatsworth unwillingly takes his place. While Herbert drives Maynard to the Army base, Chatsworth passes all Army tests with flying colors. The Army may not be so glad to get the real Maynard G. Krebs back!
Dobie and Maynard plan to cheat on some army tests so they can go on a double date Saturday night. But when Dobie hears an inspiring talk by a superior officer, he wavers in carrying through with his schemes. "Remember Valley Forge, Gettysburg, San Juan Hill!"
Chatsworth joins the army--for real, this time. All he wants is to fit in with the guys, and Dobie and Maynard try to help him, but that won't happen if his mother has her way about it!
Maynard's right to have a beard is questioned by his commanding officer. Dobie, hoping to impress a female officer, takes the issue to military court.
Dobie, Maynard, and a chimp called Corporal Kilroy are the test subjects in an experiment to see how astronauts fare in isolation.
Winnie is jealous when Herbert's old gal pal waltzes back into town--and her daughter is dating Dobie!
Dobie wants to help Maynard get over his fear of girls, so he asks a couple of them to play up to Maynard, but does Maynard even want Dobie's help in the first place?
Dobie is cast as a military officer in a play. While wearing his costume off stage, Dobie is mistaken for a real officer by a young lady. The young lady is attractive, so Dobie plays along...
Maynard is nearly insane from homesickness, so when he disappears, Dobie assumes the worst. Meanwhile, Herbert needs to get a physical before acquiring an insurance policy. Dobie's plan to rescue Maynard may cost Herbert his insurance!
Dobie's latest lie for a lady is that his father is Missing In Action, even as the camp prepares for a father and son day.
Snooty socialite Rochelle doesn't believe Zelda's lies about Dobie being engaged to her, and plans to humiliate Zelda at a party.
Dobie is troubled when he hears Mr. Pomfritt say he is quitting teaching. He tries to put together a testimonial featuring Pomfritt's most successful students, but due to Maynard's bungling, none of them show up. How will the day be saved now?
"It was a dark and stormy night." Dobie and Maynard are overcome by paranoia and think everyone who comes in the store is an alien invader. Maynard heroically shoves all the "Martians" into the freezer, including Herbert and Winnie.
World War II veteran Herbert T. Gillis is unimpressed by the cushy qualities of Dobie's army base--until he is shoved out of an airplane!
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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