Rhoda: Season 2
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On a visit to her childhood home, spunky window dresser Rhoda Morgenstern (Valerie Harper) had no idea she would meet the man of her dreams, a handsome divorcé named Joe Gerard (David Groh). But soon she was back living in New York City and married to Joe. Now their marriage just has to survive Rhoda s hectic career and relationships with her overbearing mother Ida (Nancy Walker), beleaguered father Martin (Harold Gould) and neurotic sister Brenda (Julie Kavner).
RHODA aired for five seasons on the CBS network from 1974 1978, garnering an astounding 17 Emmy nominations and two wins for its cast and crew. Now you can see why with the next 24 episodes in the hilarious life of RHODA.
Top Customer Reviews
There are some outstanding episodes and guest stars, including the one and only Ruth Gordon, as Carlton's mother, a bag lady. Vivian Vance, whom I adore, guest starred as a new neighbor with whom Rhoda strikes up a close friendship. Because Vivian is around Ida's age, Ida becomes insanely jealous. Other guest stars include Eileen Heckart, John Ritter, and Normall Fell, who plays Ida's doctor with whom she becomes emotionally involved.
One disappointment was that there were no crossover appearances with Mary Tyler Moore this season. Valerie Harper and David Groh do make an appearance on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show".
I'd give it a B+/A-. Easily rewatchable. Lots of laughs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good episodes enjoy watch them. Glad I purchased it and it was available for purchasePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
dvds incompatable with our dvd player : american format I did not know that when purchasing disappointedPublished 7 months ago by sally morgan
My mother and I were always fans from the past and its great to get the choice to watch them over and over at our leisure.Published on November 22, 2013 by Lauren M. Ngai
Rhoda is just hilarious. Love the DVD. Her sister, Brenda added so much to the "average girl". It is priceless.Published on October 8, 2013 by Barbara Silvestri