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The Mary Tyler Moore Show 7 Seasons 1975

Season 6
(110) IMDb 8.2/10

6. Mary's Aunt TV-PG CC

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.

Starring:
Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner
Runtime:
27 minutes
Original air date:
October 18, 1975

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Season 6

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Jay Sandrich
Starring Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner
Supporting actors Gavin MacLeod, Ted Knight, Eileen Heckart
Season year 1976
Network CBS
Producers James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, Budd Cherry, Stan Daniels, Ed. Weinberger
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Budgell on November 30, 2009
Format: DVD
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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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Paul Murray on February 7, 2010
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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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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Bruce D. Tucker on February 28, 2010
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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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16 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Tony Philpott on November 19, 2009
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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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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Smith on January 21, 2010
Format: DVD
Please include the final curtain call at the end of season 7. After 33 years, I still remember it!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Butler on February 4, 2010
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We have season 6. Though the packaging isn't nearly as cheap as the 5th season it isn't nearly as good as the first four. They do include an episode list (no synopsis) and little else. I didn't buy it for the packaging I bought it for the content which is wonderful as expected. I had forgotten how funny some of these episodes were. So if you are a MTM buy this set and you won't be sorry. I can't wait for season 7.

Now where are the rest of the seasons of The Bob Newhart Show???
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Retro Pixie on April 2, 2012
Format: DVD
I begin my review of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" season six DVD with a salute or credo to clown as Chuckles puts it: "A little song, a little dance, a little seltzer down your pants." Ahh...words to live by. Or in Chuckles' case, die by. This season gives us plenty of chuckles and more.

The 1975/76 season is known for the episode "Chuckles Bites the Dust," where the infamous Chuckles the Clown (a clown with a show on WJM) dies a funny and bizarre death. It is the ultimate in comedy acting, writing and directing. MTM is other-worldly fantastic as Mary reacts at Chuckles' funeral. There are many other funny moments here from other cast members, too. Murray becomes extremely irreverent. Also, Chuckles' death prompts Sue Ann to determine that she wants to be cremated and have her ashes thrown on Robert Redford. If this were the only great show in this season, it would be reason enough to get it. However, other moments and episodes are standouts as well.

In "Ted and Georgette Get Married," Mary has a brunch that turns into a funny wedding. A very young John Ritter (with nice legs, by the way) appears as a minister in a tennis outfit. The charming Ted Bessell appears as Mary's boyfriend in "Mary Richards Falls in Love." Coincidentally, he played another career girl's boyfriend for five years. Which girl was that? Oh, right..."That Girl." "The Seminar" has Mary & Lou on a trip in D.C. where then First Lady Betty Ford makes a hilarious appearance and Dabney Coleman shows up as a congressman. "Once I Had a Secret Love" has Lou telling Mary a salacious secret she can't seem to keep. And "Sue Ann Falls in Love" is another good one with the gang going to the TEDDY's (television editor awards) once again; these shows are always hilarious.
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