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Baby Bob 

A married couple is shocked when they realize that they must deal with the fact that their six-month-old baby son can talk.


Michael Saltzman




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2003   2002  


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Series cast summary:
Adam Arkin ...  Walter Spencer 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Joely Fisher ...  Lizzy Collins Spencer 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Holland Taylor ...  Madeline Collins 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Elliott Gould ...  Sam Spencer 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Ken Hudson Campbell ...  Baby Bob / ... 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Marissa Tait ...  Teala 8 episodes, 2002-2003


A married couple is shocked when they realize that they must deal with the fact that their six-month-old baby son can talk.

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When Baby Bob opens his mouth... you won't believe what you'll hear!









Release Date:

18 March 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bob: O Bebê Falante See more »

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The show was canceled after nine episodes. Fourteen episodes were produced, and the remaining five episodes never aired. See more »


Baby Bob: I had a bad dream where the wheels fell off the bus and they ran over Bert and Ernie, and Bert got hurt so bad his eyebrow fell off!
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Referenced in DVD-R Hell: Cavemen (2013) See more »

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The lowest common denominator wins again
6 June 2003 | by quickwhitefoxSee all my reviews

Baby Bob is yet another fine example of why there is something fundamentally wrong with TV these days. I throw it in the same bin as "Girlfriends", "Suddenly Susan", "Just Shoot Me" (winner of the worst title in television history, by the way), "Bob and Margaret" and "King of the Hill", just to name a few. This kind of cookie-cutter crap goes beyond the argument "if you don't like it, change the channel", because it only furthers the much more convincing argument that 10% of the people control 90% of the wealth, and sadly, that 10% has virtually nothing interesting or original to say. Whil brilliant shows like "The Sopranos", "The Daily Show", "That 70s Show", "The Practice", and a handful of others are setting a new standard of excellence in creativity and flat-out brilliance in terms of writing, acting, and originality, shows like "Baby Bob" continue to lower the bar and allow the lowest common denominator to laugh at horribly badly-set-up one liners that have no point or relevence to the rest of the story, such as it is, and are, more importantly, profoundly un-funny. Sadly, since the lowest common denominator makes up about 90% of the viewing public, this kind of insultingly-bad crap will continue to be churned out in the hopes that they will get 20 million viewers a week, because after all, the only kind of crap that doesn't stink is the kind that turns things green. Thankfully, I have the Discovery Channel and HBO, so I at least have 2 bastions of decency away from the hoards of garbage I'm constantly bombarded by. A note to the writers: Come on, man, I can't believe you suck THAT bad.

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