Yes, that is the same title as the 1969 Thomas Harris book that slowly climbed the best seller lists. It was the #4 best-selling non-fiction book of 1971, according to this Cader Books resource.
Here's a short list of shows that paid homage to Harris' self-helper:
- Laura Fay, You're Okay! (''Room 222,'' 3/31/1971)
- I'm Okay, You're Okay, So What's Wrong? (''The Bob Newhart Show,'' 11/17/1973)
- I'm Okay, But You're Not (''Welcome Back, Kotter,'' 6/1/1979)
- I'm OK, You're Catatonic (''Night Court,'' 1/21/1988)
- I'm OK, You Need Work (''21 Jump Street,'' 2/21/1988)
- I'm Okay, You're All Crazy (''She's the Sheriff,'' 1989)
- Slime OK, You're OK (''Darkwing Duck,'' 11/26/1991)
- I'm Okay, You're Defective (''Cheers,'' 12/5/1991)
- I'm O-tay, You're O-tay (''The Parent 'Hood,'' 2/21/1996)
- I'm OK, You're Hilton (''Cosby,'' 3/10/1997)
- Y2K, You're Okay (''The Drew Carey Show,'' 9/22/1999)
- I'm Okay, You're Crazy (''Fighting Fitzgeralds,'' 4/3/2001)
- I'm OK, You're Not OK (''Gastineau Girls,'' 12/6/2005)
At first I was surprised by the cluster of shows from 1988-1991 that referenced the book, but then I remembered that the self-help craze really started in the late '80s. I confirmed my suspicion about this late '80s trend when I found Wendy Kaminer's 1992 book, I'm Dysfunctional, You're Dysfunctional: The Recovery Movement and Other Self-Help Fashions.