The sitcom also follows Bob's personal life at home with his comely wife Emily (Suzanne Pleshette).
You can binge-watch the series with the 19-disc The Bob Newhart Show: The Complete Series, which includes all 142 episodes. Extras include episode commentaries, a reunion TV special from 1991, and a 40-page booklet. ( www.shoutfactory.com; $129.99; not rated)
Other titles of note
RoboCop. Action-film remakes have never been my thing. But Brazilian auteur José Padilha ( Elite Squad) has made me a believer. Joel Kinnaman is half-man, half-robot, and all cop in this exciting iteration of Paul Verhoeven's 1987 classic. ( www.robocop.com/; $29.98 DVD; $39.99 Blu-ray; rated PG-13)
Graceland: Season 1. Brush up on the first season of USA Network's gritty crime saga, which returns Wednesday. Aaron Tveit stars as a new FBI recruit sent to live in a luxury beach house near L.A. that serves as the hideout for a group of undercover federal agents. His task: find out whether one of the FBI's most decorated agents (Daniel Sunjata) is corrupt. ( www.foxconnect.com; $39.98; not rated)
Rizzoli & Isles: The Complete Fourth Season. Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander star as crime fighters of an entirely cuter, goofier sort in this Boston-set crime dramedy due on Tuesday. ( www.wbshop.com; $39.98; not rated)
Covert Affairs: Season 4. The incomparable Piper Perabo is back as CIA officer Annie Walker in this delicious espionage drama. This season finds her in love with a fellow officer (Christopher Gorham) and on the hunt for a former CIA bigwig turned international menace. ( www.nbcuni.com; $39.98; not rated)
Dan Curtis' Dracula (Blu-ray).Dark Shadows creator Dan Curtis received critical acclaim for this 1974 TV pic, a faithful adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel starring the wonderfully menacing Jack Palance. It's been lovingly restored in high def for release on Blu-ray. ( www.mpimedia.com; $19.98; not rated)
Le Capital. Greek-French filmmaker Costa-Gavras redefined the political thriller with a series of stunning works, including Z (1969), Hanna K. (1983), and Missing (1982). He continues his focus on geopolitics in his latest film, about a newly appointed CEO of a large European bank who makes a dangerous backroom deal with the head of an American hedge fund. It's due Tuesday from Cohen Media Group. ( http://cohenmedia.net/; $24.98 DVD; $34.98 Blu-ray; rated R)
Amen. Cohen Media Group on Tuesday also will release Costa-Gavras' disturbing 2003 film about the role of the Vatican during WWII. It's about a Nazi whistle-blower who approaches the church with information about the Final Solution, only to be rebuffed by church leaders. ( http://cohenmedia.net/; $24.98 DVD; $34.98 Blu-ray; not rated)
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