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Lou Grant (24 Episodes)
Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Richards (24 Episodes)
Murray Slaughter (24 Episodes)
Ted Baxter (24 Episodes)
Rhoda Morgenstern (24 Episodes)
Phyllis Lindstrom (24 Episodes)
Georgette Franklin (24 Episodes)
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Gordy Howard (2 Episodes)
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Craig T. Nelson
Jerry Van Dyke
Marie Slaughter (1 Episode)
Arthur Price (1 Episode)
Director (16 Episodes)
Director (3 Episodes)
Director (2 Episodes)
Producer (24 Episodes)
James L. Brooks
Executive Producer (24 Episodes)
Writer (24 Episodes)
Writer (3 Episodes)
Writer (2 Episodes)
Writer (1 Episode)
Mary is given the task of making The Six O'clock News more upbeat, and her plans are on target to succeed until they're frustrated by Ted.
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Mary is interviewed by a newspaper columnist and ends up telling a little too much.
Lou is promoted to the position of program director but has to decide to whom his old job should go. Meanwhile, The Six O'clock News begins falling apart without him.
Ida Morgenstern, Rhoda's mother, mistakenly believes that her husband is seeing other women, so Rhoda and Mary try to clear things up between them.
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When Lou's trip to Las Vegas is cancelled, Mary organizes a poker game at the office where Murray loses a substantial amount to Ted.
After losing 20 pounds, Rhoda enters a beauty contest at work, but continues to put herself down.
Mary is worried that her parents, who have moved to the Twin Cities to be close to her, may pry into her life too much.
Mary begins dating the writer of the Chuckles the Clown show, whose real ambition is to become a stand-up comedian.
Ted refuses to sign his contract renewal until Lou agrees to let him pursue other ventures, a decision he soon regrets when Ted begins appearing in commercials.
Two of Mary's friends separate and Mary accepts a date from the husband.
Mary becomes concerned when her father, newly retired, appears to have no friends or hobbies in Minneapolis, and tries to take on the role herself.
Bess's 15-year-old boyfriend falls in love with Mary and begins to surprise her with visits to her apartment and her work.
Lou goes to hospital to have a piece of World War II shrapnel removed and, surprisingly, he and Ted become best friends.
Rhoda decides to move back to New York but Mary is taking the whole thing with a grain of salt.
Mary runs into her former boyfriend Dan Whitfield in an elevator by chance. Subsequently, Dan realizes he still has feelings for Mary, breaks off his engagement, and begins dating her again.
Lou spots an opportunity to buy a bar after realizing a lifelong dream. However, he is short of several thousand dollars and Ted is the only one who can come to his aid.
Phyllis wants to set up her visiting brother with Mary, but instead he hits it off with Rhoda and begins spending time with her to Phyllis's disapproval.
Mary and Rhoda try to encourage Georgette to take a stand for herself after seeing how Ted takes advantage of her.
Rhoda introduces Mary to a very irritating Warren Sturges, who tries everything including a giant billboard across the road from the WJM-TV offices to get her to accept his marriage proposal.
The new station manager, an attractive woman, falls for Lou.
Murray becomes depressed when he realizes that the years are passing him by, after he learns that a contemporary has won a Pulitzer Prize.
A former boyfriend visiting Minneapolis calls Mary who, deep down, wants to see him again but she has been hurt by him too many times before.
Everything goes right for Rhoda and everything goes wrong for Mary on a disastrous day when she is due to go to the Teddies.
Mary lends Rhoda almost $1,200 to start a new venture and worries she may never see her money again, after Rhoda postpones repayment, hires Georgette full-time and begins expanding her business.
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