Are these real episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show or did we make them up?

Many episode titles parodied famous movies, plays and even other TV shows.

The writers of The Dick Van Dyke Show, led by creator Carl Reiner, not only crafted a great show with a familiar sitcom setting, they also infused the series with weirder elements like wacky dream sequences. It’s one of the many reasons The Dick Van Dyke Show has stood the test of time.

Even the titles of the episodes are fun and creative. They reference everything from famous poems and plays to classic novels and even another popular 1960s television show. Can you tell which of these titles are really from The Dick Van Dyke Show and which ones we made up?

  1. "All About Eavesdropping"
  2. "Oh How We Met the Night That We Danced"
  3. "Mildew Pierce"
  4. "Long Night’s Journey into Day"
  5. "Pride and Peaches"
  6. "A Farewell to Writing"
  7. "Birth of a Salesman"
  8. "The Man from My Uncle"
  9. "The Pen is Mightier than the Mouth"
  10. "A Midday Nap's Dream"
  11. "Her Guy Monday"
  12. "The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears…"

Are these real episodes of The Dick Van Dyke Show or did we make them up?

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Jon 1 month ago
12/12 - I've seen them all and read about them too.
MarkSpeck 35 months ago
11 out of 12. I'm certain that "Birth of a Salesman" was the title of an episode SOMEWHERE, but evidently, it's not from The Dick Van Dyke Show.
MadMadMadWorld 38 months ago
12/12 Too easy! I love some of those imaginative titles! "All About Eavesdropping" with Ritchie's toy intercom with Freddie, used by Rob and Laura to spy (audio) on Jerry and Millie, with the repercussions that eventually developed! "The Man From My UNCLE" was a parody of the fabulous spy drama then very popular on NBC "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." with Robert Vaughn (who once was a guest star on The Dick Van Dyke Show ("it's A Shame She Married Me" aired on Apr. 17, 1963).
Irish 39 months ago
Love this show! I hope it comes back weekly. I missed two.
Wiseguy 39 months ago
The original title of #12 was even longer: "The Sound of the Trumpets of Conscience Falls Deafly on a Brain That Holds Its Ears…or Something Like That!" I believe it was copyrighted under that longer title and is also written that way in the book "The Dick Van Dyke Show: Anatomy of a Classic" by Ginny Weissman and Coyne Steven Sanders.
Daizy531 39 months ago
I have all 5 seasons on DVD I didn't recognize # 7 or 12 titles.. 10/12 right..
JHP Daizy531 37 months ago

maybe it was the shoe store one? I got it wrong also
Inrodwetrust 39 months ago
11/12 I have rarely watched the show just went with my gut....which is substantial lmao
CaptainDunsel 39 months ago
Actually astonished I did that well.
MrsPhilHarris 39 months ago
11/12 The only one I didn't recognize was #12. I should have known it was real just from the ridiculousness of it.
daDoctah MrsPhilHarris 39 months ago
Wasn't it something Sally's aunt always used to say?
MrsPhilHarris daDoctah 39 months ago
Aunt Agnes. Could be.
texasluva 39 months ago
9/12 My guessing pattern almost worked to a charm. Though watched the series here and there never remembered seeing the titles
Big3Fan 39 months ago
11/12 I missed number 8. I knew a few, but most were guesses.
DeborahRoberts 39 months ago
Cannot believe I missed #7! Have the series on DVD and should know them all. One of my favorites!
tnminnow 39 months ago
7/12 guessing just not well. Lol
raustin2008 39 months ago
I should have been shot had I missed any...which I did not so I’m safe.
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