The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
Tue 3:00AM ET
The GigoloUsually dateless Maynard comes up with a scheme date. He rents himself out to girls who are afraid that going out with hunky guys will make their out-of-town boyfriends jealous.
Wed 3:00AM ET
Dig, Dig, DigDobie asks for Herbert's permission to go on an archaeological dig with his ancient history instructor. The older Gillis can't fathom sonny's sudden interest in the subject until he discovers that the instructor is an attractive female.
Thu 3:00AM ET
The Richest Squirrel in TownMaynard can't convince anyone that a squirrel and not he stole a roll of money from Mr. Pomfritt's desk drawer.
Fri 3:00AM ET
The Second Most Beautiful Girl in the WorldDobie falls for the soft-hearted Sally Bean, whose parents insist she must date two boys at a time. Can Dobie hope to compete for Sally's affections against Chatsworth Osborne, Jr.?
Sat 3:00AM ET
This Town Ain't Big Enough for Me and Robert BrowningInspired by a Robert Browning poem, Dobie decides to reach for something unattainable, namely a new girl on campus. But this desire might cost him Zelda.
Apr 20, 3:00AM ET
Have Reindeer, Will TravelMaynard befriends a poor shoeshine boy and gives him the money his classmates had saved to fund their Christmas dance. To earn back the money, Maynard works as a department store Santa Claus.
Apr 21, 3:00AM ET
I Do Not Choose to RunHerbert T. Gillis decides to throw his hat in the political ring and run for Mayor but Dobie has fallen for the daughter of his opponent.
Apr 22, 3:00AM ET
Magnificent FailureMr. Gillis entertains dreams of selling his grocery store to a supermarket chain for a big price and being able to give his family more time and luxuries.
Apr 23, 3:00AM ET
For Whom the Wedding Bell TollsA wedding-by-proxy sparks Zelda's mania to get married, so Dobie and Maynard seek to escape by stowing away on a cargo ship bound for South America, not realizing Zelda is also aboard.
Apr 24, 3:00AM ET
Marriage CounselorMr. Pomfritt's lecture on marriage convinces Dobie that marrying Zelda is his only logical choice. But is marriage meant to be a logical choice?