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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.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Mary promises to find separated Lou a date.
aired 3 days ago
Mary's ex-boyfriend gets a job in the newsroom.
aired 3 days ago
A phone call from his estranged father sends Ted into emotional turmoil.
aired 3 days ago
Lou gives Mary the responsibility of hiring a new sportscaster if she will fire the old one.
aired 10 days ago
Lou tells the newsroom gang that he and his wife are seeing a marriage counselor.
aired 10 days ago
Rhoda and Mary fly to New York for Rhoda's younger sister's wedding.
aired 10 days ago
Mary dates a man seven years her junior, despite the advice of friends.
aired 24 days ago
Phyllis thinks her husband may be having an affair with Sue Ann Nivens.
aired 24 days ago
Rhoda's green thumb convinces her that she should go into the houseplant business.
aired 24 days ago
Mary tries to keep smiling through some bad luck.
aired 24 days ago
An ex-boyfriend who once broke Mary's heart is threatening to do so again.
aired 24 days ago
Murray becomes depressed when he learns that a former classmate has won a Pulitzer Prize in journalism.
aired 24 days ago
Lou's new boss thinks she's in love with him.
aired 150 days ago
Rhoda's boyfriend fixes Mary up with the world's most zealous suitor.
aired 150 days ago
Mary and Rhoda have a talk with Ted's girlfriend, Georgette, who they think is being taken for granted.
aired 150 days ago
Phyllis sets up her brother with Mary, but he ruins her plans by going for Rhoda instead.
aired 157 days ago
Lou achieves his lifelong ambition to be the owner of a bar.
aired 157 days ago
Upon meeting an old boyfriend and his fiancee, Mary sets off an unexpected chain of events.
aired 157 days ago
Rhoda returns from a vacation in New York and announces her decision to move there.
aired 178 days ago
Lou leaves Mary in charge of the newsroom when he checks into the hospital for minor surgery.
aired 178 days ago
When Bess Lindstrom's boyfriend meets Mary, he falls madly in love with her.

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