Bill Persky on how he and partner San Denoff came to write for The Dick Van Dyke Show, on on writing the classic episode "That's My Boy??" with Sheldon Leonard
Bill Persky on he and Sam Denoff becoming producers of The Dick Van Dyke Show
Bill Persky on working with show creator Carl Reiner on The Dick Van Dyke Show
Bill Persky on working with The Dick Van Dyke Show executive producer Sheldon Leonard
Bill Persky on writing, along with San Denoff, The Dick Van Dyke Show episode "Big Max Calvada" which guest-stars executive producer Sheldon Leonard
Bill Persky on working with Dick Van Dyke as "Rob Petrie" on The Dick Van Dyke Show, and on Van Dyke's great talents
Bill Persky on working with Mary Tyler Moore as "Laura Petrie" on The Dick Van Dyke Show
Bill Persky on working with Mary Tyler Moore on The Dick Van Dyke Show reunion special in 2004
Bill Persky on writing with Sam Denoff the Emmy winning The Dick Van Dyke Show episode "Coast to Coast Big Mouth"
Bill Persky on writing with Sam Denoff The Dick Van Dyke Show episode "The Gunslinger"
Bill Persky on his favorite Dick Van Dyke Show episodes including "100 Terrible Hours" and "The Lady and the Babysitter"
Bill Persky on how The Dick Van Dyke Show reflected its era
Bill Persky on shooting The Dick Van Dyke Show on the week of the John F. Kennedy assassination
Bill Persky on the legacy of The Dick Van Dyke Show
Bill Persky on writing for and directing Kate & Allie starring Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin
Bill Persky on the relationship between "Kate McArdle" played by Susan Saint James and "Allie Lowell" played by Jane Curtin on Kate & Allie
Bill Persky on how Susan Saint James and Jane Curtin worked together on Kate & Allie
Bill Persky on the kids from Kate & Allie Frederick Koehler, Allison Smith, and Ari Meyers
Bill Persky on the Kate & Allie episode "Landlady" which dealt with LGBTQ issues
Bill Persky on his favorite episode of Kate & Allie "Brother Can You Spare a Dime"
Bill Persky on the Kate & Allie episode "The Very Loud Family" which he won an Emmy Award for directing
Bill Persky on the addition of Sam Freed as "Bob Barsky" on Kate & Allie and on the episode "The Cakes"
Bill Persky on creating That Girl starring Marlo Thomas with San Denoff
Bill Persky on casting That Girl, and on the network wanting to get rid of Ted Bessell as "Donald Hollinger"
Bill Persky on Marlo Thomas' involvement in the production of That Girl
Bill Persky on how That Girl reflected its time, and on the show's feminist undertones