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The Mary Tyler Moore Show 7 Seasons 1976

Season 6
4.7 out of 5 stars (121) IMDb 8.2/10

From the love and laughter of Mary's dinner parties to the chaos and camaraderie of the WJM-TV newsroom, The Mary Tyler Moore Show will always be known as the groundbreaking sit-com that turned the world on with a smile. Don't miss out on Season 6! Love is all around in this Emmy Award-winning classic, one of the best--and best loved--television shows of all time.

Original air date:
March 6, 1976

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1. Edie Gets Married

Lou's feelings are bittersweet when he gets invited to his ex-wife's wedding.

CC TV-PG September 13, 1975 26 minutes
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2. Mary Moves Out

Feeling bored and frustrated, Mary decides to break up the monotony in her life by moving into a new high-rise apartment.

CC TV-PG September 20, 1975 26 minutes
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3. Mary's Father

Forgive me, father, for I have sinned! Mary is afraid that her friend is leaving the priesthood because of his feelings for her.

CC TV-PG September 27, 1975 26 minutes
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4. Murray In Love

Murray wants desperately to tell Mary his deepest secret--that he has always been in love with her. Mary, meanwhile, is completely oblivious to his feelings.

CC TV-PG October 4, 1975 26 minutes
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5. Ted's Moment of Glory

When Ted auditions to host a game show in New York, the rest of the gang has mixed feelings about his leaving.

CC TV-PG October 11, 1975 26 minutes
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6. Mary's Aunt

The WJM staff is excited when Mary's Aunt Flo, a renowned journalist and something of a prima donna, pays a visit, but Lou is unimpressed.

CC TV-PG October 18, 1975 26 minutes
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7. Chuckles Bites the Dust

Ted is upset when Lou refuses to let him serve as the grand marshal of a circus parade, but that's peanuts compared to what happens to Chuckles the Clown.

CC TV-PG October 25, 1975 26 minutes
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8. Mary's Delinquent

Mary and Sue Ann volunteer for a "big sisters" program, but maybe bringing the girls by the station for a visit isn't such a hot idea.

CC TV-PG November 1, 1975 26 minutes
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9. Ted's Wedding

Mary plays the unwitting hostess at Ted and Georgette's hilariously spontaneous wedding ceremony.

CC TV-PG November 8, 1975 26 minutes
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10. Lou Douses an Old Flame

After thirty long years, Lou reconnects with the woman who once wrote him a "Dear John" letter, and he has plenty to say.

CC TV-PG November 15, 1975 26 minutes
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11. Mary Richards Falls in Love

When Mary meets and falls for the man of her dreams, she has some trouble getting used to his very public displays of affection.

CC TV-PG November 22, 1975 25 minutes
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12. Ted's Tax Refund

The notoriously tight-fisted Ted splurges on expensive gifts for Mary, Lou, and Murray with his income tax refund, only to discover that he is being audited.

CC TV-PG November 29, 1975 26 minutes
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13. The Happy Homemaker Takes Lou Home

Sue Ann is getting nowhere chasing Lou, so she recruits Mary to help lure Lou back to her apartment for a romantic dinner.

CC TV-PG December 6, 1975 26 minutes
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14. One Boyfriend Too Many

Is there such a thing as too much of a good thing? Mary is caught in the middle when two charming bachelors vie for her affections.

CC TV-PG December 13, 1975 26 minutes
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15. What Do You Want to Do When You Produce?

Murray jumps at the chance to produce Sue Ann's cooking show, forgetting to look before he leaps.

CC TV-PG December 20, 1975 26 minutes
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16. Not With My Wife, I Don't

When newlyweds Ted and Georgette face a bout of marital strife, Ted is reluctant to see a counselor.

CC TV-PG January 3, 1976 26 minutes
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17. The Seminar

Lou finds that he is sadly out of touch when he invites Mary to his old stomping grounds in Washington, D.C. for a press junket.

CC TV-PG January 10, 1976 25 minutes
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18. Once I Had a Secret Love

After spending the night with Sue Ann, Lou confides in Mary, who just can't seem to keep a secret.

CC TV-PG January 17, 1976 26 minutes
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19. Menage-a-Lou

A jealous Lou plans a counter-attack when his ex-girlfriend brings a date to one of Mary's parties.

CC TV-PG January 24, 1976 26 minutes
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20. Murray Takes a Stand

Unhappy with the new station owner's policies, Murray strongly voices his disapproval, but is he being brave or merely foolish?

CC TV-PG January 31, 1976 25 minutes
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21. Mary's Aunt Returns

Mary's arrogant Aunt Flo engages Lou in a heated competition to see which of them is the better journalist.

CC TV-PG February 7, 1976 26 minutes
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22. A Reliable Source

When Mary uncovers some incriminating evidence about an old friend who is running for congress, she hopes to keep the story under wraps, but Lou has other ideas.

CC TV-PG February 21, 1976 26 minutes
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23. Sue Ann Falls in Love

Sue Ann's love life is bubbling over with excitement, but Mary, unfortunately, may have to burst her bubble.

CC TV-PG February 28, 1976 26 minutes
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24. Ted and the Kid

Longing to hear the patter of little feet around the house, Ted and Georgette face some heart-breaking news.

CC TV-PG March 6, 1976 26 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Season year 1976
Network CBS
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After what seemed like an eternity, fans of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" were rewarded for their patience with a terrific release of "Season Five" last October. (The Oprah effect, anyone?) Hot on the heels of that release comes the announcement for "Season Six" which contains easily the greatest episode of the series and arguably one of the greatest episodes of any sitcom ever: "Chuckles Bites the Dust". In previous seasons the action was split between Mary's home life and work life. However, with the departure of Rhoda and Phyllis, the show now takes place almost exclusively at WJM-TV and the comedy really matures. You don't see shows written like this anymore, so sit back and enjoy yourself with some old friends this winter.

Fans can expect the following classic episodes when the set arrives in February:
1. Edie Gets Married
2. Mary Moves Out
3. Mary's Father
4. Murray In Love
5. Ted's Moment of Glory
6. Mary's Aunt
7. Chuckles Bites the Dust
8. Mary's Delinquent
9. Ted's Wedding
10. Lou Douses an Old Flame
11. Mary Richards Falls in Love
12. Ted's Tax Refund
13. The Happy Homemaker Takes Lou Home
14. One Boyfriend Too Many
15. What Do You Want to Do When You Produce?
16. Not With My Wife, I Don't
17. The Seminar
18. Once I Had a Secret Love
19. Menage-a-Lou
20. Murray Takes a Stand
21. Mary's Aunt Returns
22. A Reliable Source
23. Sue Ann Falls in Love
24. Ted and the Kid
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As a huge fan of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, I have all the seasons and watch them regularly. In watching this Sixth season, there seems to be a sadness in the shows. I think the fact that now Rhoda and Phyllis are both gone, and the fact that Mary has moved into a new and less warm apartment, have a lot to do with it. As hard as they tried to fill the void with Georgette and Sue Ann, it just isn't as well rounded as the show was before. I still love the show and episodes, but I'm finally able to understand why MTM decided to end the show after 7 seasons. Some good things never last.
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Though I'm not a huge fan of most sit-coms, simply becuase most of them are JUST NOT FUNNY, I gladly acknowledge several exeptions, such as "All In the Family", "M*A*S*H", "Maude", "Good Times", and yes, of course, "Mary Tyler Moore Show". It seems that, late-1960's to mid-1970's, TV really did hit a creative peak of sorts. And in the past few years, I found it pretty cool to have seen these shows again, be reunited with them. Last spring I watched the first 3 seasons of MTM & loved them. I bought season 4 last summer , watched it & loved it, in the fall, season 5, and just a couple of weeks ago I watched season 6, loved it (ESPECIALLY THE "CHULKES" ONE!!!) And like most others, I gave my 5 stars based largely on the fact I loved the episodes & picture quality, and not so much because of the packaging. But this times around there's at least a list of episodes inside. And certainly a nice cliff-hanger when Georgette announces she's pregnant-but she dosen't have the baby 'till 1st episode of season 7. So yes, I'm now waiting for season 7.
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Thanks to Fox for getting these last seasons out quickly...One wish for season seven when it is released is that
they include the cast call in the final episode...I haven't seen this since I first saw the final episode in the
late seventies and if the is one lttle extra that I crave out of this series this would be it.....meanwhile this is the season that has the classic "chuckles bites the dust episode. If you need one example of the comedic brilliance of Mary Tyler Moore, then this is it....The funeral scene is pure gold...enjoy this season and bring on seven
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Mary seems to have adjusted to life without Rhoda, although Rhoda does make a cameo appearance in one episode. She also moves into a new apartment after Phyllis leaving the show as well. The first few episodes seem to struggle a little as Mary tries one new hairdo after another, but gains stride and offers some great episodes during the course of the season. The focus is on Mary and Lou, where it should be, although Ted and Sue Ann get plenty of space, with a very funny episode in which Murray accepts the job of producing Sue Ann's show, only to find out why so many producers have left her before.

The biggest change is in Ted's life as he finally decides to tie the knot with Georgette, who has become Mary's best friend, with a hilarious wedding scene that included young John Ritter as a novice priest. Ted and Georgette also adopt a young son (Robbie Rist) at season's end.

Penny Marshall also features into two or three episodes, one as Lou's date, as he tries to regain a former girlfriend, who appears with Jeff Conaway (of Taxi fame) on her arm at a party he contrived at Mary's flat to see her again.

The best episodes, however, are those in which Mary's aunt pays a couple visits. Eileen Heckart is wonderful as Flo Meredith, who shakes up the newsroom with her indomitable personality. Flo is a big time journalist who initially rubs Lou the wrong way but they soon warm up to each other making for some delightful scenes.

Same gripes about the packaging as in Season 5. No extras.
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