Mary likes her new boyfriend but finds his son absolutely intolerable.
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A con-man tricks Ted into setting up a broadcasters' academy. When he finds out he's been had, he asks Lou, Mary and Murray to be the faculty and give the semester's opening lectures.
Lou wins the Albert Mason Award, which he had once said was for broadcasting veterans who couldn't chew their own food.
Mary agrees to help a troubled crime prone girl go straight and find a job.
Ted pops the question to Georgette at Murray's 20th wedding anniversary party and then gets cold feet.
Lou wants to research his own news story now that Mary's producer and decides to launch a major investigation on a city councilor only to discover that he is completely honest.
Phyllis and Lars have a dispute and she finds her credit cards cut off. She looks for a job but finds that she has no relevant skills.
When Ted's formula for betting on football games works, Lou goes into partnership with him. He winds up betting all of the season's winnings on the Super Bowl without telling Ted.
Mary doesn't feel she deserves the title of producer and asks Lou that she be given the chance to produce The Six O'clock News alone.
Now that Mary is producer, Ted thinks that he can make his move on her. He convinces the rest of the newsroom that they are having an affair.
Lou wants to hire a female newscaster 'like Mary', so Mary decides to audition for the job herself.
Lou wants a smaller place and moves in to Rhoda's old apartment but can't help interfering in Mary's private life.
Murray, who has three daughters, wants a son, but his wife Marie doesn't want to have another child. The couple decide to adopt instead.
Ted is shocked when he finds out his mother does not intend to marry her boyfriend, but will live with him.
Mary and Sue Ann go to a convention in Chicago and Mary finds out that Sue Ann leads a lonely life.
The entire newsroom staff is arguing with each other, and when they are trapped at the office due to bad weather, Sue Ann decides to serve her Christmas dinner early.
Phyllis dates a man on a platonic basis, but he is attracted more to Mary and begins seeing her.
A young fan, Gloria, persuades Sue Ann to hire her for The Happy Homemaker. Sue Ann is less than pleased when Gloria plays up to the station manager and gets a larger role on the show at the expense of her own.
Murray meets an attractive woman at one of Mary's parties and considers having an affair. On the pretext of buying her old piano, he goes to see her.
WJM-TV hires a young business consultant, who demands certain changes for The Six O'clock News, offending every member of the news team.
Lou begins seeing a cocktail lounge singer but becomes uncomfortable about her past.
Lou finally loses his temper with Ted when he endorses a political candidate on The Six O'clock News and throws him through the office doors. Lou feels guilty, and Ted takes advantage of him.
Mary dates a man with whom she has nothing in common and becomes concerned that their relationship is superficial.
Mary refuses to reveal a news source for a story she produced and has to spend a night in jail.
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