The Mary Tyler Moore Show 7 Seasons 1974
1. Will Mary Richards Go to Jail? Mary faces a stint behind bars when she refuses to reveal her source for a story about corruption in high places.
2. Not Just Another Pretty Face Mary may be in denial when her friends insist that her latest romance is based solely on physical attraction.
3. You Sometimes Hurt the One You Hate After Lou loses his temper with Ted, Mary's advocacy of non-violence backfires when Ted takes advantage of Lou's new disposition and becomes more insufferable than ever.
4. Lou and that Woman Lou's romance with a brassy lounge singer has him feeling like a new man--until the guys in the newsroom begin to joke about her questionable past.
5. The Outsider Tensions mount and morale drops when the station's new business consultant demands changes and manages to offend the entire staff.
6. I Love a Piano The happily-married Murray considers having an affair when he meets an attractive, single woman at one of Mary's parties.
7. A New Sue Ann Sue Ann tries to remain calm when a younger woman with no television experience manages to take over her show, The Happy Homemaker.
8. Menage-a-Phyllis Looking for intellectual stimulation, Phyllis begins to date a man platonically, but the situation heats up when he takes an interest in Mary.
9. Not a Christmas Story When the staff is trapped in the newsroom, Sue Ann decides that it's time for a little Christmas cheer--no matter that it's only November.
10. What Are Friends For? Mary sees Sue Ann in a whole new light when to two attend a broadcasters' convention together in Chicago.
11. A Boy's Best Friend Ted is flabbergasted when his mother decides to move in with her boyfriend rather than marry the man.
12. A Son for Murray The newsroom is divided when Murray, the father of three daughters, decides that he wants a son even though his wife doesn't want to have another baby.
13. Neighbors Mary's private life is severely compromised when Lou moves in to Rhoda's old apartment.
14. A Girl like Mary When Lou says he's looking for "a girl like Mary" to be WJN's newest newscaster, Mary auditions for the job herself.
15. An Affair to Forget Who would believe that Ted and Mary are having an affair? Maybe no one, but that doesn't stop Ted from spreading rumors around the newsroom.
16. Mary Richards: Producer When Mary asks to produce the WJM news on her own, she gets her big chance--and all of the big headaches that come with it.
17. The System Gambling fever grips the newsroom, where the odds are against Ted and his "can't miss" system.
18. Phyllis Whips Inflation Phyllis is mortified when Lars cuts off her credit cards and she is forced to--gasp!--look for a job.
19. The Shame of the Cities Longing for his dynamic days as a crusading reporter, Lou launches a misguided investigation into corruption in big-city politics.
20. Marriage Minneapolis Style Swept up in the moment at Murray's twentieth wedding anniversary party, Ted decides to pop the question to Georgette.
21. You Try to Be a Nice Guy Mary tries to help her one-time cellmate to go straight and find a job, but can she teach an old dog new tricks?
22. You Can't Lose 'Em All Lou wins an award that he doesn't want and is terrified at the thought of making an acceptance speech.
23. Ted Baxter's Famous Broadcasters' School When Ted is tricked by a smooth-talking con man into opening his own broadcasters' school, the WJM staff is recruited to be the faculty.
24. Anyone Who Hates Kids and Dogs Mary's new boyfriend seems like a keeper, but there's just one small problem--his obnoxious son is absolutely intolerable.
|Starring||Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner|
|Supporting actors||Gavin MacLeod, Ted Knight, Georgia Engel, Betty White, Barbara Colby, James Randolph, Mary Ann Chinn, Darlene Conley, Don Macon, Charles Woolf|
|Producers||James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, Budd Cherry, Stan Daniels, Ed. Weinberger|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
... just a real neat lady and brings back many good memories and clothes styles we enjoyed in the 70'sPublished 3 months ago by Richard E. Scovel