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Howard's Girl Jan 02 1971 Mary begins seeing Paul Arnell, the brother of her former boyfriend Howard Arnell, and is shocked to discover that the brothers' parents still believe that she and Howard are an item.
He's All Yours Dec 12 1970 After Mary invites Lou's nephew home for dinner, she must confront false rumors in the newsroom the following day.
Divorce Isn't Everything Oct 10 1970 Mary and Rhoda find out that divorcees at the Better Luck Next Time club can get group rates on cruises and decide to join. However, Mary proves a hit with the club's members and gets elected to its
Assistant Wanted, Female Nov 21 1970 Mary's workload gets too much so Lou allows her to hire an assistant. She chooses Phyllis who hinders more than she helps.
Anchorman Overboard Dec 05 1970 Ted loses his self-confidence after speaking at Phyllis's club and Mary has to find a way to get Ted back on a high.
Support Your Local Mother Oct 24 1970 Rhoda's mother, Ida, comes visiting and Rhoda refuses to see her. Ida stays with Mary but drives her crazy.
Love is All Around Sep 19 1970 The classic series begins its classic 7-year run in Mary's apartment. Mary Richards, a 30-year-old single woman, has left her long-time boyfriend, Bill, to be with her old friend, Phyllis Lindstrom,
Keep Your Guard Up Oct 17 1970 A football player turned insurance salesman applies for a job as a sportscaster and attaches himself to Mary. Mary and Rhoda discover that he hasn't had much success at anything and encourage him to
1040 or Fight Nov 28 1970 Mary is audited by the IRS, and the shy auditor takes an interest in her. Unfortunately, he has great difficulty telling her how he feels.
Bess, You is My Daughter Now Oct 03 1970 When Phyllis's husband Lars takes ill, she asks Mary to babysit Bess for a few days. Bess decides she wants to stay permanently with Mary, to Phyllis's dismay.
Bob & Rhoda & Teddy & Mary Nov 14 1970 Mary is nominated for her first Television Editors' Award (the ""Teddies""), but at home Rhoda's boyfriend Bob takes more of an interest in Mary than in Rhoda.
Toulousse-Lautrec is One of My Favorite Artists Oct 31 1970 Mary begins seeing an author who appeared as a guest on WJM-TV's Scrutiny, and becomes extremely self-conscious after discovering he is several inches shorter than her.
Today I Am a Ma'am Sep 26 1970 Mary is worried now that she's outside the 15-29 demographic group which the station classifies as 'young', and the mailboy has called her 'Ma'am'. Rhoda persuades her into calling an old boyfriend
The Snow Must Go On Nov 07 1970 A snowstorm leaves Mary producing her first program, broadcasting the results of the local elections. The show has to remain on until a winner is declared and no word is received at the newsroom.
Christmas and the Hard Luck Kid Dec 19 1970 Feeling sympathetic for a co-worker who hasn't spent Christmas with his family for years, Mary is forced to stay alone at WJM-TV on Christmas Eve.
Second Story Story Jan 23 1971 Mary's apartment is burgled, with only her clothes, stereo and television taken but then next night the whole apartment is cleaned out.
The Boss Isn't Coming to Dinner Feb 13 1971 Lou and his wife Edie separate and Mary becomes involved when she is asked for advice.
A Friend in Deed Feb 20 1971 An irritating childhood friend drops by Mary's apartment, making use of her connection as Mary's former camp mate to introduce herself to the newsroom's staff.
Party is Such Sweet Sorrow Jan 09 1971 Mary gets a tempting offer from a rival television station, but becomes reluctant to leave when her WJM-TV colleagues throw a farewell party for her.
Just a Lunch Jan 16 1971 Mary reluctantly finds herself romantically involved with a married man.
We Closed in Minneapolis Jan 30 1971 Murray's play, All Work and No Play, is finally produced but his happiness is short-lived when he discovers that the leading role will be played by Ted.
Hi! Feb 06 1971 Mary is admitted into the hospital to have her tonsils removed, and shares a room with a grouchy woman who refuses to get along with anyone.
Smokey the Bear Wants You Feb 27 1971 Rhoda falls in love with a top executive, and is shocked to find that he wants to give up the high-flying lifestyle to become a forest ranger.
The 45-Year-Old Man Mar 06 1971 When Lou is fired, Mary goes to confront the station owner, Wild Jack Munroe.
The Five-Minute Dress Jan 01 1972 After volunteering some of her spare time for a worthy cause, Mary begins dating the Governor's aide. Unfortunately, the aide's duties cause him to break every date.
The Slaughter Affair Jan 15 1972 Murray takes on a night job as a cab driver in order to save up and buy his wife Marie a new car for their 10th wedding anniversary. However, Marie becomes suspicious about Murray's absences and fears
Don't Break the Chain Nov 20 1971 Mary gets a chain letter from Lou, and she is persuaded to send it on. To her surprise, one of the recipients comes for a visit, giving Mary a less than pleasant time dealing with him.
You Certainly Are a Big Boy Feb 19 1972 Mary begins dating an architect and is astonished to learn that his son is only six years younger than she is.
Didn't You Used to Be . . . Wait . . . Don't Tell Me Oct 30 1971 Mary attends her high school reunion and meets up with her former boyfriend Howard Arnell, who continues to have feelings for Mary. Meanwhile, Rhoda tags along believing that people will
Ted Over Heels Dec 18 1971 After Ted appears on the Chuckles the Clown Show, he falls in love with Chuckles' daughter.
Baby Sit-Com Jan 22 1972 Mary agrees to babysit Bess for the weekend, but then a former boyfriend, in town for a few days, asks her out. When she can't find a babysitter for Bess on such short notice, she ends up asking Lou.
. . . Is a Friend in Need Dec 04 1971 Rhoda loses her job as a window-dresser and isn't in a hurry to find something new. When there is a job opening at WJM-TV, Mary lies to Rhoda and tells her the job has been filled, to Lou's surprise.
Feeb Jan 08 1972 An incompetent waitress is fired after Mary complains about her poor service and Mary feels obliged to hire her when she applies for an assistant's job at WJM-TV.
Thoroughly Unmilitant Mary Nov 06 1971 The writing and technical unions go on strike, leaving only Lou, Mary, and Ted in the newsroom. WJM-TV makes Lou be second cameraman on ""The Chuckles the Clown Show"". Because an
The Square-Shaped Room Dec 11 1971 When Edie is out of town, Lou hires Rhoda to redecorate his living room. However, Rhoda's tastes are too modern.
More Than Neighbors Jan 29 1972 After being persuaded by Phyllis, Ted moves into a vacant apartment below Mary's but Mary and Rhoda are not thrilled by the prospect.
A Girl's Best Mother Is Not Her Friend Oct 16 1971 When Ida, Rhoda's mother, visits, she sees how well Phyllis and Bess get on, and how closely Mary appears to her mother when they chat on the telephone, that she tries to be Rhoda's
And Now, Sitting in for Ted Baxter Nov 13 1971 Ted is forced to take a vacation and the anchorman hired to sit in for him becomes a huge success.
His Two Right Arms Mar 04 1972 Mary gets city councilman Pete Peterson to appear on Face the People and discovers that he is completely incompetent. She and his aides try to bring him up to speed on current events so he can make a
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