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Ted Baxter (Character)
from "Mary Tyler Moore" (1970)

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Mary Tyler Moore: :  -- Clip: Mary takes a look at an apartment

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  1. "Mary Tyler Moore"
    ... aka "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" - (new title), USA (promotional title)
        - The Last Show (1977) TV episode, Played by Ted Knight
        - Lou Dates Mary (1977) TV episode, Played by Ted Knight
        - Mary's Big Party (1977) TV episode, Played by Ted Knight
        - Mary's Three Husbands (1977) TV episode, Played by Ted Knight
        - Murray Ghosts for Ted (1977) TV episode, Played by Ted Knight
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  2. Of Thee I Sing (1972) (TV) Played by Ted Knight

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From "Mary Tyler Moore: I Love a Piano (#5.6)" (1974)
[Mary and Lou are hustling around the newsroom, upset that Murray has been out to lunch all afternoon]
Mary Richards: Oh, well, I just don't believe it - 4:30 and Murray is still not back from lunch?
Lou Grant: Doesn't he know that we have a show to get on the air?
Ted Baxter: You know, it's fascinating. Here in Minneapolis/St. Paul, it's 4:30 and we're hard at work. In New York, it's the cocktail hour, and the lights are beginning to twinkle on the Great White Way. And, in London, smartly dressed theater-goers are strolling down the Strand for a late supper at the Savoy. And in Tokyo, it's tomorrow. Actually tomorrow! Do you realize there are people alive here in Minneapolis who are already dead in Tokyo?
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