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The Mary Tyler Moore Show 7 Seasons 1977

Season 7
4.5 out of 5 stars (148) 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 7! Love is all around in this Emmy Award-winning classic, one of the best - and best loved -television shows of all time.

Starring:
Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner
Original air date:
March 19, 1977

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1. Mary Midwife

When Georgette suddenly goes into labor at one of Mary's dinner parties, it's up to Lou and Mary to deliver the baby.

CC TV-PG September 25, 1976 25 minutes
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2. Mary, the Writer

Mary tries her hand at creative writing, but Lou's harsh criticism severely deflates her ego.

CC TV-PG October 2, 1976 25 minutes
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3. Sue Ann's Sister

Sue Ann is depressed when her competitive younger sister is offered a job at a rival network as their homemaker star.

CC TV-PG October 9, 1976 25 minutes
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4. What's Wrong with Swimming?

Mary's judgment is called into question when she hires a female sportscaster--an ex-Olympic swimmer who may have trouble staying afloat as a broadcaster.

CC TV-PG October 16, 1976 25 minutes
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5. Ted's Change of Heart

After suffering a mild heart attack, Ted adopts a new, "live for the moment" attitude, leaving the gang longing for the old Ted.

CC TV-PG October 23, 1976 25 minutes
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6. One Producer Too Many

Wanting to keep Murray at WJN, Lou promotes him as Mary's co-producer, but pandemonium soon erupts.

CC TV-PG October 30, 1976 25 minutes
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7. My Son, the Genius

A psychiatrist's test shows that the Baxters' adopted son, David, is a genius, in spite of the fact that he is failing in school. Meanwhile, Mary gets stuck with an unenviable job.

CC TV-PG November 6, 1976 25 minutes
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8. Mary Gets a Lawyer

A frightened Mary faces a contempt charge for refusing to reveal a source, but her attorney shows more interest in her than in her case.

CC TV-PG November 13, 1976 25 minutes
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9. Lou Proposes

Lou may have finally met his match when he proposes to Mary's Aunt Flo, a dedicated, hard-nosed journalist like himself.

CC TV-PG November 20, 1976 25 minutes
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10. Murray Can't Lose

As the station prepares for the annual Teddy Awards, Murray is convinced that he will be overlooked yet again.

CC TV-PG November 27, 1976 25 minutes
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11. Mary's Insomnia

Lou is afraid that Mary is becoming addicted to sleeping pills when, after too many sleepless nights, she turns to prescription medication for help.

CC TV-PG December 4, 1976 25 minutes
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12. Ted's Temptation

At a convention in Hollywood, Ted is terrified and befuddled when an attractive young newspaper reporter tries to seduce him.

CC TV-PG December 11, 1976 25 minutes
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13. Look at Us, We're Walking

Hoping to increase their leverage against the station, Lou and Mary join forces to demand a raise, but the scheme backfires.

CC TV-PG December 25, 1976 25 minutes
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14. Critic

The staff is upset when the station manager hires a renowned critic who viciously attacks Minneapolis and its denizens.

CC TV-PG January 8, 1977 25 minutes
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15. Lou's Army Reunion

In order to return a favor, Lou reluctantly agrees to set his old army buddy up on a date with Mary. To make matters worse, Lou must negotiate with Ted's new agent--Georgette.

CC TV-PG January 15, 1977 25 minutes
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16. Ted and Georgette Show

The Baxters become the stars of their own hit variety show, but success comes with a price.

CC TV-PG January 22, 1977 25 minutes
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17. Sue Ann Gets the Ax

When the Happy Homemaker show gets cancelled, Sue Ann finagles her way into a newsroom job.

CC TV-PG January 29, 1977 25 minutes
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18. Hail the Conquering Gordy

The news staff is thrilled when WJN's former weather man returns for a visit after landing a highly successful network job in New York. As usual, though, Ted has a scheme.

CC TV-PG February 5, 1977 25 minutes
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19. Mary and the Sexagenarian

Mary becomes the butt of numerous jokes when she accepts a date with a charming, older man who turns out to be Murray's father.

CC TV-PG February 12, 1977 25 minutes
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20. Murray Ghosts for Ted

Murray agrees to write a small article for Ted for $200, but when the article becomes a success, Ted takes all of the credit for himself.

CC TV-PG February 19, 1977 25 minutes
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21. Mary's Three Husbands

While discussing Mary's marital status, Murray, Ted and Lou fantasize about what it would be like to be married to her.

CC TV-PG February 26, 1977 25 minutes
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22. Mary's Big Party

Mary's guest of honor at her latest dinner party is none other than Johnny Carson, but a blackout dims her plans.

CC TV-PG March 5, 1977 25 minutes
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23. Lou Dates Mary

After yet another disastrous date, Mary takes Georgette's unlikely advice and decides to ask Lou out.

CC TV-PG March 12, 1977 25 minutes
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24. Last Show

In the final episode, WJM is sold, and Mary, Lou, and Murray are astounded to learn that they've all been fired. Ted, meanwhile, has been spared the axe.

CC TV-PG March 19, 1977 25 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Jay Sandrich
Starring Mary Tyler Moore, Edward Asner
Supporting actors Gavin MacLeod, Ted Knight, Georgia Engel, Betty White, Ford Rainey
Season year 1977
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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My DVD set didn't contain the final curtain call, so I phoned the number on back of the box. The person on the other end was very polite and apologized and mentioned a replacement disc would be sent out right away. All she asked was where I bought it (amazon.com) and if it was a pre-order and that's it. After I gave my name and address she said the disc would be shipped right away.

Excellent customer service, but it's hard to believe it took all these years to complete the MTM series. Now they need to finish the remaining Bob Newhart Show seasons and release Phyllis on DVD.

When Season 1 was released almost a decade ago, I was one who paid full price ($49.99) and paid full price also for the subsequent seasons. I'm just glad to get the entire series on DVD. It's about time. This is back when television was great.
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It's taken eight years, but the entire Mary Tyler Moore Show is finally on DVD! Sadly, it had to come in the form of schizo releases from Fox, but at least we have it.

Season 7 continues the bare bones presentation of the last few seasons. The three DVDs are in one regular sized DVD case with no insert, but at least the cover is printed on both sides this time and the case is clear so that an episode list can be printed on the left-hand side. No episode synopsis mind you, just an episode list, but it's more than Fox could be bothered with in the past. No bonus features are included.

The shows themselves look great on DVD and season 7 ends the series on a very high note with a number of classic episodes beyond the obvious last episode. Unfortunately, even though the back of the DVD case proudly states the special Final Curtain Call ending is included on "The Last Show," it's nowhere to be found. Evil Fox strikes again.

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Thankfully calling the toll free Fox number was painless and within a week I received a replacement Disc 3 that includes the advertised Final Curtain Call on "The Last Show." Kudos to Fox for quickly addressing the issue and correcting it. Hopefully this error won't occur in future pressings and Fox will continue to replace discs as necessary.
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So this is The Mary Tyler Moore Show on DVD. All the warts and waiting caused by Fox still can't dim the effervescent joy of the show. This is timeless television that deserves to be seen for years to come. Hopefully someday, the show will get the prestige release it deserves for home video.

Five stars for the show - three for the DVD presentation.
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My pre-ordered set of MTM Season 7 is also missing the Curtain Call from the final episode. Call the toll-free number on the back of the DVD case and speak to a Fox representative. They will ask you for certain information and they do have replacement discs for disc 3 which they will send to verified buyers. Have your purchase information handy when you call.
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The Mary Tyler Moore Show: The Complete Seventh Season

First I will say 2 positive things, the shows look wonderfully crisp and clear as the others did and Kudos for restoring the lost curtain call at the end of the final episode, it is a short sequence but it completely reveals in that 40 seconds or so how much the audience loved this cast and how much they loved and cared for each other! I had to have it to finish out the set, but I need to get a few things off of my chest.

Now for the negative stuff!

The first season of this classic series was released by fox video, (it's no mistake, they don't deserve their name in caps),on dvd in September 2002 and I ran to the store as soon as I had money to make my purchase. I was more than a fan of the show, I was hypnotized by the show as much as with other classics like "I Love Lucy" and many other favorites when growing up. I was sure by the elegant packaging and a few extra's that obviously created & collected just for the DVD release that there were more goodies in store for the release of the next 6 sets. BOY WAS I EVER WRONG. Season 1 was the first and last of any creativity, extra content and any consideration at ALL for what fox video had in store for the rest of the series, and quite frankly was a complete and utter disrespect not only for the people shelling out their hard earned dollars but also a violent slap in the face to the creators and extremely talented cast of this classic show!
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I would encourage everyone to email, call or write FOX to complain about the lack of advertised "curtain call" in the final episode. Please be polite, and ask what is being done to correct this. It would be one thing if it was not included, as we are used to disappointments from Fox, but another thing entirely to falsely represent the product. Perhaps if enough of us comment, they will re-issue it, or at least change the packaging. Thanks.
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