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This is a list of episodes for the CBS television series House Calls .
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||13||December 17, 1979||March 17, 1980||14||22.1|
(Tied with Real People )
|2||20||November 17, 1980||April 13, 1981||8||22.4|
(Tied with Three's Company )
|3||24||November 2, 1981||September 13, 1982||23||19.2|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"Paging Dr. Michaels"||Alex March||Max Shulman & Julius J. Epstein||December 17, 1979||54404|
|2||2||"Final Exams"||Nick Havinga||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||December 24, 1979||54406|
|3||3||"Side by Side"||Mel Ferber||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||December 31, 1979||54401|
|4||4||"Crisis of Confidence"||Mel Ferber||Sheldon Keller & Bryan Blackburn||January 7, 1980||54407|
|5||5||"Defeat of Clay"||Bob Claver||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||January 14, 1980||54409|
|6||6||"A Slight Case of Quarantine"||Bob Claver||Story by : Lee Aronsohn |
Teleplay by : Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|January 21, 1980||54412|
|7||7||"Mobster Tale"||Mel Ferber||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||January 28, 1980||54413|
|8||8||"Old Is Beautiful"||Mel Ferber||Sheldon Keller & Bryan Blackburn||February 4, 1980||54414|
|9||9||"The Phantom of Kensington"||Bob Claver||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||February 11, 1980||54417|
|10||10||"Beast of Kensington"||Bob Claver||Story by : Sheldon Keller & Bryan Blackburn|
Teleplay by : Sheldon Keller & Bryan Blackburn & Jeffrey Davis
|February 18, 1980||54411|
|11||11||"I'll Be Suing You"||Mel Ferber||Mark Egan & Mark Solomon||March 3, 1980||54410|
|12||12||"Take My Granddaughter Please"||Nick Havinga||Story by : Jeffrey Davis & Mort Greene|
Teleplay by : Jeffrey Davis & Mort Greene & Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|March 10, 1980||54415|
|13||13||"Rock Around the Doc"||Nick Havinga||Mark Egan & Mark Solomon||March 17, 1980||54419|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|14||1||"Jailhouse Doc"||Mel Ferber||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||November 17, 1980||55513|
|15||2||"Sex and the Single Surgeon"||Ray Austin||Dianne Messina & Lou Messina||November 24, 1980||55502|
|16||3||"Mugger and Other Strangers"||Ray Austin||Laurie Gelman||December 1, 1980||55515|
|17||4||"Nude Girl"||Bruce Bilson||Story by : Bill Daley|
Teleplay by : Bill Daley & Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|December 8, 1980||55514|
|18||5||"Kensington Follies"||Ray Austin||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||December 15, 1980||55522|
|19||6||"The Dead Beat"||Allen Baron||Story by : Steve McCarthy & Paul K. Taylor|
Teleplay by : Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|December 29, 1980||55512|
|20||7||"Tenants, Anyone?"||Jeremiah Morris||Story by : Lou Messina & Dianne Messina|
Teleplay by : Lou Messina & Dianne Messina and Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|January 5, 1981||55504|
|21||8||"In Case of Emergency"||Allen Baron||Story by : Julie Friedgen|
Teleplay by : Julie Friedgen & Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|January 12, 1981||55506|
|22||9||"No Balls, One Strike"||Bruce Bilson||Story by : Tom Chehak|
Teleplay by : Tom Chehak & Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|January 19, 1981||55508|
|23||10||"Bombing Out"||Allen Baron||Ken Rothrock||January 26, 1981||55509|
|24||11||"Six O'Clock Noose"||Mel Ferber||Story by : Suzy Simon & Laurie Newbound|
Teleplay by : Suzy Simon & Laurie Newbound and Kathy Greer & Bill Greer
|February 2, 1981||55507|
|25||12||"Officer Needs Assistance"||Wayne Rogers||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||February 9, 1981||55518|
|26||13||"My Son, the Anarchist"||Ray Austin||Laurie Gelman||February 16, 1981||55523|
|27||14||"All About Adam"||Allen Baron||Dianne Messina & Lou Messina||February 23, 1981||55505|
|28||15||"Bye, Bye American Spy"||Fernando Lamas||Wayne Rogers||March 2, 1981||55525|
|29||16||"The Magnificent Weatherbys"||Allen Baron||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||March 9, 1981||55527|
|30||17||"Kleptos and Other Maniacs"||Alan Bergmann||Kathy Greer & Bill Greer||March 16, 1981||55533|
|31||18||"Adieu, Kind Friend"||John Clark||Donald Ross||March 30, 1981||55511|
|32||19||"The Hostage Situation"||Dick Martin||Donald Ross||April 6, 1981||55528|
|33||20||"Have Peckler, Will Travel"||Fernando Lamas||Richard Lewis & Richard Dimitri||April 13, 1981||55526|
|34||21||"The Yes Man"||Bruce Bilson||Robert Baublitz||August 11, 1981||TBA|
|35||22||"Lust Weekend"||Alan Bergmann||Erik Tarloff||August 21, 1981||TBA|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|34||1||"Lust Weekend"||Alan Bergmann||Erik Tarloff||November 2, 1981||55531|
|35||2||"The Kensington Connection"||Wayne Rogers||Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||November 9, 1981||56301|
|36||3||"Uncle Digby"||Fernando Lamas||Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||November 16, 1981||56305|
|37||4||"The Sex Police"||Fernando Lamas||Bob Baublitz & Walter Dishell||November 23, 1981||56302|
|38||5||"Bradley's Brat"||Dick Martin||Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||November 30, 1981||56311|
|39||6||"The Yes Man"||Bruce Bilson||Bob Baublitz||December 7, 1981||55534|
|40||7||"Doctor Solomon and Mister Hide"||Allen Baron||Laurie Gelman||December 14, 1981||56310|
|41||8||"Son of Emergency"||Bruce Bilson||Richard Dimitri & Richard Lewis||December 21, 1981||56309|
|42||9||"Losers Weepers"||Fernando Lamas||Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||December 28, 1981||56316|
|43||10||"Fun with Doc & Jane"||Allen Baron||Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||January 4, 1982||56317|
|44||11||"Gays of Our Lives"||Alan Bergmann||Sam Greenbaum, Bill Greer & Kathy Greer||January 11, 1982||56324|
|45||12||"Man for All Surgeons"||Fernando Lamas||Bruce Ferber & David Lerner||January 18, 1982||56319|
|46||13||"Con-Con"||Alan Cooke||Laurie Gelman||January 25, 1982||56313|
|47||14||"Alien Food"||Robert Douglas||Wayne Rogers||February 1, 1982||56307|
|48||15||"It Ain't Necessary to Sew"||Alan Bergmann||Jewel Jaffe & Martin Ross||February 8, 1982||56320|
|49||16||"Conventional Warfare"||Wayne Rogers||TBA||February 15, 1982||56318|
|50||17||"Hook, Line & Sinker"||Alan Cooke||Bruce Ferber & David Lerner||February 22, 1982||56327|
|51||18||"Campaign in the Neck"||Philip Minor||Erik Tarloff||March 1, 1982||56321|
|52||19||"Rising Cost of Poverty"||Robert Douglas||TBA||March 8, 1982||56308|
|53||20||"Deafenwolf"||Bruce Bilson||Jackie McKane & Joel Tappis||March 22, 1982||56326|
|54||21||"The Weatherbys Ride Again"||Allen Baron||TBA||May 24, 1982||56330|
|55||22||"Ducks of Hazzard"||Fernando Lamas||Bob Baublitz, Bruce Ferber & David Lerner||May 31, 1982||56329|
|56||23||"In Norman We Trust"||Alan Cooke||Bruce Ferber & David Lerner||August 30, 1982||56328|
|57||24||"Bone of My Bone"||Fernando Lamas||Howard Ostroff||September 13, 1982||56325|
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