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The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970)

The Mary Tyler Moore Show is an American television sitcom created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1977. The program was a television breakthrough, with the first never-married, independent career woman as the central character: "As Mary Richards, a single woman in her thirties, Moore presented a character different from other single TV women of the time. She was not widowed or divorced or seeking a man to support her." It has also been cited as "one of the most acclaimed television programs ever produced" in US television history. It received high praise from critics, including Emmy Awards for Outstanding Comedy Series three years in a row, and continued to be honored long after the final episode aired.

Release Date: Sat, Sep 19, 1970

Country: US
Language: En | It
Runtime: 30

Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Richards
Gavin MacLeod
Murray Slaughter
Ted Knight
Ted Baxter
Cloris Leachman
Phyllis Lindstrom
Georgia Engel
Georgette Franklin
Betty White
Sue Ann Nivens

Season 7:

Mary Midwife
Episode 1: Mary Midwife (Sep 25, 1976)
Georgette gives birth at Mary's dinner party. With the hospital and doctor too far away, Lou and Mary help deliver the baby.
Mary the Writer
Episode 2: Mary the Writer (Oct 02, 1976)
Mary decides to take a creative writing course, and is less than delighted with the criticism Lou levels at her efforts.
Sue Ann's Sister
Episode 3: Sue Ann's Sister (Oct 09, 1976)
Sue Ann becomes deeply depressed when her sister arrives and gets an offer to do a competing homemaker show in Minneapolis.
What's Wrong with Swimming?
Episode 4: What's Wrong with Swimming? (Oct 16, 1976)
Mary hires a new sportscaster who refuses to cover any sports but swimming and is faced with the prospect of firing her.
Ted's Change of Heart
Episode 5: Ted's Change of Heart (Oct 23, 1976)
Ted suffers a heart attack on the air and for the next few days becomes conscious of how precious life is.
One Producer Too Many
Episode 6: One Producer Too Many (Oct 30, 1976)
Lou promotes Murray to co-producer against Mary's wishes to prevent him from accepting a producer's job at a rival television station.
My Son, the Genius
Episode 7: My Son, the Genius (Nov 06, 1976)
Ted and Georgette are initially disturbed to find that their son, David, is not doing well at school, but a psychiatrist's test shows that he is a genius. Unfortunately, David lets this go to his head and takes advantage of Ted.
Mary Gets a Lawyer
Episode 8: Mary Gets a Lawyer (Nov 13, 1976)
Mary faces a contempt charge for not revealing her news source. Lou recommends a lawyer friend who takes a romantic interest in Mary.
Lou Proposes
Episode 9: Lou Proposes (Nov 20, 1976)
Lou realizes that he has feelings for Mary's Aunt Flo, a journalist with a similar pride and passion in the news profession.
Murray Can't Lose
Episode 10: Murray Can't Lose (Nov 07, 1976)
Lou learns from a source on the Teddy Award's panel that Murray will finally win an award for his news writing.
Mary's Insomnia
Episode 11: Mary's Insomnia (Dec 04, 1976)
Mary is having trouble sleeping and resorts to pills, which has Lou concerned that she's become addicted to them.
Ted's Temptation
Episode 12: Ted's Temptation (Dec 11, 1976)
Mary and Murray find it hard to believe that an attractive young journalist has tried to seduce Ted while they are at a convention in Hollywood.
Look at Us, We're Walking
Episode 13: Look at Us, We're Walking (Dec 25, 1976)
Mary and Lou threaten to quit after the new station manager refuses to give them a raise.
The Critic
Episode 14: The Critic (Jan 08, 1977)
A pompous but renowned critic is hired to provoke controversy on The Six O'Clock News, but the newsroom thinks he has gone too far when he begins attacking Minneapolis and its residents.
The Ted and Georgette Show
Episode 16: The Ted and Georgette Show (Jan 22, 1977)
Ted and Georgette successfully audition for their own variety show, which becomes a big hit, but Georgette eventually finds that she would prefer being a wife and mother.
Sue Ann Gets the Ax
Episode 17: Sue Ann Gets the Ax (Jan 29, 1977)
Sue Ann's Happy Homemaker show is canceled but she is determined to stay at WJM and asks Mary to give her a job in the newsroom.
Hail the Conquering Gordy
Episode 18: Hail the Conquering Gordy (Feb 05, 1977)
WJM's former weatherman, Gordy Howard, returns to visit Minneapolis after becoming a highly successful network presenter in New York. Ted is desperate for a chance to join Gordy.
Mary and the Sexagenarian
Episode 19: Mary and the Sexagenarian (Feb 12, 1977)
Mary happily accepts a date from a charming older man without realizing that he's Murray's father, but everyone else has difficulty coming to terms with the difference in their ages.
Murray Ghosts for Ted
Episode 20: Murray Ghosts for Ted (Feb 14, 1977)
Ted offers Murray $200 to write an article on his behalf. The article becomes a success, but Ted refuses to share the credit with Murray.
Mary's Three Husbands
Episode 21: Mary's Three Husbands (Feb 26, 1977)
Murray, Ted and Lou fantasize about being married to Mary.
Mary's Big Party
Episode 22: Mary's Big Party (Mar 05, 1977)
Mary has planned a fancy party at her apartment, with a mystery guest of honor, but the power in the building goes before he arrives.
Lou Dates Mary
Episode 23: Lou Dates Mary (Mar 12, 1977)
Mary has another disastrous date and worries she'll never meet the right man, until Georgette points out that every quality she seeks can be found in Lou Grant.
The Last Show
Episode 24: The Last Show (Mar 19, 1977)
WJM-TV has some personnel changes in the executive department (again), and everyone except Ted Baxter is fired. The new station manager wants to see the WJM News the highest-ranked in Minneapolis, and for some reason feels that Ted can help him make it happen. (Seems a little odd, eh?) The gang says goodbye to each other in the form of a long, hard cry. Mary thanks them all for being her surrogate family, and Lou finally sentimentally says, ""I cherish you people."" They bravely march out the office doors singing, ""It's a long, long way to Tipperary."" At the last moment, Mary leans back through through the WJM-TV doors and turns out the light. So long, WJM-TV.

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