Season Cast 10

  1. Mary Tyler Moore
  2. Ed Asner

    Ed Asner

    Lou Grant (24 Episodes)

  3. Gavin MacLeod
  4. Ted Knight

    Ted Knight

    Ted Baxter (24 Episodes)

  5. Georgia Engel
  6. Betty White

    Betty White

    Sue Ann Nivens (24 Episodes)

  7. Ted Bessell

    Ted Bessell

    (2 Episodes)

  8. Beth Howland

    Beth Howland

    (1 Episode)

  9. Jeff Conaway

    Jeff Conaway

    (1 Episode)

  10. David Groh

    David Groh

    (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 17

Directing

  1. Jay Sandrich

    Director (18 Episodes)

  2. James Burrows

    James Burrows

    Director (1 Episode)

  3. Stuart Margolin
  4. Joan Darling

    Joan Darling

    Director (1 Episode)

Production

  1. Ed. Weinberger

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  2. David Davis

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  3. Grant Tinker

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  4. James L. Brooks
  5. Stan Daniels

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  6. Michael Zinberg

    Michael Zinberg

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  7. Lorenzo Music

    Producer (24 Episodes)

Writing

  1. Earl Pomerantz

    Writer (24 Episodes)

  2. David Lloyd

    Writer (9 Episodes)

  3. David Lloyd

    Writer (1 Episode)

  4. Mary Kay Place

    Mary Kay Place

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 24

September 13, 1975

Lou puts on a brave face when he learns that his ex-wife Edie is remarrying.

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September 20, 1975

Mary, wanting some change in her life, makes the decision to move to a new apartment.

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September 27, 1975

Mary researches a documentary with the help of a priest. He eventually decides to leave the Church, and Mary thinks that he has fallen in love with her.

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October 4, 1975

Murray realizes that he's always been in love with Mary and wants desperately to tell her.

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October 11, 1975

Ted's jocular nature is ideal for hosting a game show in New York, and he successfully auditions for the job. But Mary and Lou wonder if they really want to see him go.

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Mary's Aunt

October 18, 1975

Mary's high-flying journalist aunt comes for a visit, and Lou finds that he has a rival in her.

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October 25, 1975

Chuckles the Clown is crushed to death by a rogue elephant in a parade, which leaves all the newsroom staff in hysterics except Mary.

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November 1, 1975

Mary joins a Big Sisters scheme and tries to bring a teenage shoplifter to the side of good. Sue Ann, pursuing an award, decides to ""adopt"" a little sister as well but finds herself getting influenced.

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November 8, 1975

Out of pity for Ted, Mary invites him & Georgette over for brunch. While he as an onion ring in his mouth, he proposes to Georgette...again. When, for the first time, Georgette says no, she & Ted have a talk and decide they want to get married now. They invite all their friends: Lou, Murray (with mud on his sweatshirt from his son's football game), and Sue Ann (who, in a spectacularily comedic enterance, brings a veil, flowers, and rice, among several other things). Ted's mom can't make it (she's washing her hair), but the incompetent minister comes straight from his tennis match. Best man Lou helps Ted calm his wedding day jitters. When the minister asks Ted if he takes Georgette to be his lawfully wedded wife, he pauses for a moment. Finally, with a smile on his face, he says, ""I do."" When they are pronounced husband & wife, Sue Ann sings the wedding march...very poorly, of course. Once the wedding ends and Lou, Murray, & Sue Ann leave, Ted asks, as if nothing had happened,

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November 15, 1975

Lou meets up with a woman who had sent him a 'Dear John' letter during World War II but is disappointed to learn her motives for doing so.

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November 22, 1975

Mary is convinced she has really fallen in love, but her boyfriend seems reluctant in saying those three magic words, 'I love you'.

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November 29, 1975

Ted is overjoyed when he gets a tax refund and splurges out on everyone at the newsroom, but is later shocked when the IRS informs him that he will be audited.

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December 6, 1975

Sue Ann gets Mary to ask Lou out on a date on her behalf. Lou accepts, not realizing who Mary's 'friend' is.

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December 13, 1975

Mary's old flame Dan Whitfield, who once proposed to her, returns to Minneapolis and she's forced to choose between him and her current boyfriend.

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December 20, 1975

Initially delighted at the chance of producing the Happy Homemaker show, Murray quickly becomes miserable when he realizes the menial tasks he has to do for Sue Ann.

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January 3, 1976

Ted and Georgette face marital problems, but Ted refuses to see a counselor unless Lou goes with him.

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The Seminar

January 10, 1976

Lou and Mary go on a press junket to Washington, DC. Lou was once a correspondent there, but Mary has difficulty believing him about his contacts.

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January 17, 1976

Lou has spent the night with Sue Ann, and confides in Mary. Their friendship is almost ruined when Mary is unable to keep the secret.

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Menage-a-Lou

January 24, 1976

Lou almost ruins one of Mary's parties when his old girlfriend, Charlene Maguire, arrives with a date. He tries to make her jealous by taking out one of Mary's neighbors.

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January 31, 1976

Murray is unhappy with the new station owner's policies and tells him off over the phone one evening. However, the station owner fires him the following day.

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February 7, 1976

Mary's Aunt Flo and Lou both prepare competing ideas for a TV documentary.

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February 21, 1976

Mary learns that an old friend seeking re-election to Congress had financial help from the mob. Lou threatens to use the story on the air.

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February 28, 1976

Sue Ann has fallen in love, but her new boyfriend is less scrupulous than he first seems.

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March 6, 1976

Ted and Georgette decide to adopt a son after Ted is informed he cannot have children.

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