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Mary Richards is a thirty-something single woman who settles in Minneapolis after breaking up with a boyfriend. She lands a job as an associate producer of the evening news at WJM-TV, which happens to be the area's lowest-rated station. Her boss, Lou Grant, hates her spunk but often looks to her to solve newsroom (or even personal) problems. Mary's other coworkers include news writer Murray Slaughter, egomaniacal anchorman Ted Baxter and "Happy Homemaker" Sue Ann Nivens (Betty White). Mary's home is a modest studio apartment -- and her upstairs neighbor, Rhoda Morgenstern, quickly becomes a good friend. Later in the series, Mary moves to a plush high-rise apartment before leaving Minneapolis and WJM for good.

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aired 284 days ago
Murray is the only one to voice his disapproval when the new owner of WJM adopts unpopular procedures.
aired 284 days ago
Lou tries to keep his fling with Sue Ann secret.
aired 284 days ago
Mary and Lou attend a seminar in Washington, D.C.
aired 83 days ago
After Mary turns down Sue Ann's offer to produce her show, Murray accepts the position.
aired 83 days ago
Mary is pursued by two charming bachelors, each of whom wants her constant companionship.
aired 83 days ago
Amorous Sue Ann lures Lou to her apartment.
aired 83 days ago
Ted surprises everyone with gifts from his tax refund, then learns that the IRS is going to audit him.
aired 83 days ago
Mary is in love, but finds it hard getting used to her boyfriend publicly expressing his emotions.
aired 104 days ago
After 30 years, Lou's old flame comes back into his life.
aired 104 days ago
A luncheon Mary hosts for Ted and Georgette evolves into a spontaneous wedding.
aired 104 days ago
Mary and Sue Ann volunteer to be big sisters to two delinquent girls.
aired 104 days ago
The newsroom is shocked at the bizarre death of Chuckles the Clown during a circus parade.
aired 104 days ago
Mary's Aunt Flo (Eileen Heckart), a well-known newspaper journalist, visits Mary and the newsroom staff.
aired 104 days ago
An impatient Ted drives everyone crazy as he waits to find out if he has been chosen as a game show host.
aired 118 days ago
Mary moves into a new high-rise apartment.
aired 125 days ago
Lou can't cope with his ex-wife's marriage plans.
aired 132 days ago
Mary is in a predicament when she realizes she can't stand the son of the man she has been dating.
aired 132 days ago
A con artist convinces Ted to lend his name to a broadcasting school.
aired 138 days ago
Lou is terrified at the thought of making the acceptance speech for an award he has won.
aired 138 days ago
Mary tries to help a girl she met in a jail cell "go straight.".
aired 138 days ago
Inspired by Murray's 20th anniversary party, Ted pops the question to Georgette.
aired 138 days ago
Lou tries to recapture his days as a crusading reporter by launching an investigation into big-city politics.
aired 139 days ago
Phyllis is forced to look for a job after Lars cuts off her credit cards.
aired 146 days ago
Ted, who knows nothing about gambling, invents a "can't miss" betting system.
aired 146 days ago
Mary asks Lou for the chance to produce the news program on her own.
aired 146 days ago
Ted insinuates that he is having a romance with Mary.
aired 146 days ago
When Lou decides to hire a female newscaster, he gives orders to find a "girl like Mary.".
aired 146 days ago
Lou moves into Rhoda's old apartment and begins running Mary's private life the same way he runs the office.
aired 147 days ago
Murray, the father of three daughters, decides he wants a son.
aired 153 days ago
Ted's mother decides to live with her boyfriend without marrying him.
aired 153 days ago
Murray considers having a fling after meeting a woman at one of Mary's parties.
aired 61 days ago
Sue Ann invites the newsroom staff to Christmas dinner -- in November.
aired 167 days ago
The man Phyllis dates for intellectual purposes creates a triangle when he starts dating Mary, too.
aired 167 days ago
Sue Ann plays the "good sport" when a younger woman with no experience takes over her show.
aired 174 days ago
Murray considers having an affair when he becomes attracted to a school principal.
aired 174 days ago
Tension mounts when a young consultant Lou hires to boost ratings begins usurping Mary's responsibilities.
aired 174 days ago
Lou's romance with a cocktail lounge singer makes him feel 25 years younger, until he hears about her active past.
aired 174 days ago
Ted takes advantage of Lou's new image as the office "pussycat.".
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Mary's romance with a very handsome man progresses nicely, until everyone convinces her she likes him for his looks only.
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Mary faces a jail term when she refuses to reveal her source for a story about graft in high places.
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Mary's research for a news special involves spending every night for a week in a singles bar.
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When Ted learns that Mary is attending a night-school class in creative writing, he enrolls in the same course.
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Mary arranges a date between Lou and Rhoda and then wonders if she made a mistake.
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Ted realizes his dream to meet Walter Cronkite.
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Lou gets mad and threatens to fire Mary after some unedited copy airs on the news.
aired 195 days ago
Their friendship is on the line after Mary thinks Rhoda has made an unkind remark.
aired 195 days ago
Mary is excited at the prospect of producing a show until she learns that the stars will be Ted and Sue Ann.
aired 202 days ago
Mary learns it is Lou's birthday and decides to surprise him with a party.
aired 202 days ago
Georgette visits Ted at the studio and finds him kissing another woman in his dressing room.
aired 202 days ago
Mary tries to get Murray's teenage daughter a job at the office.
aired 202 days ago
Phyllis decides Ted would make an ideal candidate for the city council.
aired 202 days ago
Mary tries to get Lou and his wife back together.
aired 209 days ago
Lou tells the newsroom gang that he and his wife are seeing a marriage counselor.
aired 284 days ago
Rhoda and Mary fly to New York for Rhoda's younger sister's wedding.
aired 216 days ago
Murray becomes depressed when he learns that a former classmate has won a Pulitzer Prize in journalism.
aired 223 days ago
Rhoda returns from a vacation in New York and announces her decision to move there.
aired 223 days ago
Lou leaves Mary in charge of the newsroom when he checks into the hospital for minor surgery.
aired 230 days ago
Rhoda still feels fat after losing 20 pounds, and Mary tries to help her realize how attractive she has become.
aired 283 days ago
Mary organizes a poker party to compensate for Lou's spoiled trip to Las Vegas.
aired 237 days ago
Mary tries to keep an incompetent politician from looking foolish on a news show.
aired 244 days ago
After agreeing to baby-sit Bess for a weekend, Mary gets a call from a former boyfriend.
aired 251 days ago
Rhoda loses her job, and Mary is reluctant to tell her about an opening at the station.
aired 265 days ago
When Lou takes Mary and Rhoda to a movie, he sees his son-in-law with a woman who is not his daughter.
aired 265 days ago
Mary receives a chain letter from Lou.
aired 265 days ago
Ted becomes upset when his vacation replacement is a success.
aired 265 days ago
When a union strike hits the station, Mary and Lou have to deliver the news.
aired 265 days ago
Mary meets up with an objectionable ex-boyfriend when attending her high-school class reunion.
aired 265 days ago
Ted Baxter's successful brother arrives in town and revives a sibling rivalry.
aired 279 days ago
Taking advice from Phyllis, Rhoda's mother tries to be pals with her daughter.
aired 279 days ago
Mary begins dating her instructor after enrolling in a night-school journalism class.
aired 279 days ago
Mary takes Rhoda with her to Mexico when office scheduling forces her into a winter vacation.
aired 286 days ago
Lou's friend, a middle-aged bachelor, persuades Lou to get him a date with Mary.
aired 286 days ago
Phyllis begs Mary to tell her daughter, Bess, about the facts of life.
aired 286 days ago
The new station manager fires Lou when the news show's ratings drop.
aired 286 days ago
Rhoda's beau wants to be a forest ranger.
aired 286 days ago
An old friend uses her relationship with Mary to introduce herself to the newsroom.
aired 286 days ago
Lou asks Mary for advice after she learns that he and his wife have separated.
aired 293 days ago
Mary checks into the hospital for a minor operation and ends up with a bad-tempered roommate.
aired 293 days ago
After numerous Broadway rejections, Murray's play is produced.
aired 293 days ago
Mary's apartment is robbed twice in three days.
aired 300 days ago
Mary discovers her new boyfriend is married.
aired 300 days ago
Mary cheerlessly prepares to leave her newsroom friends to start a new job.
aired 307 days ago
The mother of Mary's date believes that Mary is still engaged to her other, favorite son.
aired 61 days ago
Mary must cancel her holiday plans with her family when she learns that she has to work on Christmas.
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Mary decides to be absolutely honest when she learns that her income tax return is about to be audited.
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Mary comes to regret her decision to hire Phyllis as her newsroom assistant.
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When Rhoda introduces her boyfriend to Mary, he becomes interested in her.
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A blizzard strikes the station on election night.
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Mary is a foot taller than her dinner date.
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When Rhoda's mother appears at the apartment building, Rhoda pretends not to be at home and Mrs. Morgenstern is invited to wait in Mary's apartment. Unable to convince Rhoda to see her mother, Mary allows Mrs. Morgenstern to stay with her a few days. During the course of her stay Mary begins to understand Rhoda's dilemma.
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Mary tries to help an ex-football player get a job as a sports announcer.
aired 13 days ago
To get group rates for a trip, Mary and Rhoda join a club for divorced people.
aired 13 days ago
Mary is pressured by a neighbor to baby-sit her daughter while her husband has the chickenpox.
aired 20 days ago
Mary and Rhoda decide to become more involved socially when they both panic about being 30 and single.
aired 20 days ago
Mary's ex-boyfriend, Bill, shows up from out of town and she invites him to her apartment that night. The evening proves to be a disaster when Lou shows up intoxicated and insists upon using her typewriter to write a letter to his wife. While Lou is typing, Bill shows up, and before long it is apparent the romance between Mary and Bill will never be rekindled.

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