The Mothers-in-Law is a sitcom that aired on NBC.
Eve and Herb Hubbard have lived next door to Kaye and Roger Buell for 15 years. Herb is a successful lawyer, while Roger is a television writer who works at home. The Hubbards are very straitlaced, the Buells off-the-wall and fun-loving. Despite their differences, including an age disparity of about twenty years, they are best friends. In spite of their friendship, though, they do tend to get into more than their share of squabbles.
The Buells' son Jerry and the Hubbards' daughter Suzie fall in love while in college, marry, and set up house in the Hubbards' garage apartment. The two sets of parents have different ideas of how their children should live their lives, and the constant meddling of the mothers-in-law provides the premise for the series. One of the differences between the two couples is that Kaye allowed Suzie to call her Mother Buell, but Eve wouldn't allow Jerry to call her Mother Hubbard. During the second season, the young couple have a set of fraternal twins, a boy and a girl named Joey and Hildy (from the middle names of Kaye and Eve).
| Season One
|| September 10, 1967
|| April 28, 1968
| Season Two
|| September 15, 1968
|| April 13, 1969