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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1976 | 1977


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

5 January 1976
Loretta delivers word that a neighborhood family was murdered; Mary and Tom have a disagreement about making love; Charlie announces he almost has enough money to get Loretta's record demo made; The Fernwood Flasher is finally captured.

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

6 January 1976
Mary brings her grandfather home from the police station; Kathy falls for a blue-eyed Armenian bartender; a reporter interviews Loretta about the murders; and Mary feels ashamed when Tom rejects her sexual advances (or lack thereof).

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

7 January 1976
Young Heather Hartman displays suspicious behavior when asked about the recent murders; Grampa Larkin is arrested again.

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

8 January 1976
Grampa Larkin appears in court; Tom and Mary's drought in the bedroom continues.

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

9 January 1976
Word begins to spread that Heather is a suspect in the murder investigation; Cathy gets fired; Mary receives a threatening phone call.

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

12 January 1976
Grampa Larkin visits a psychiatric social worker; Mary gets some sex books; a strange man follows Heather home from school.

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

13 January 1976
Mary turns to the police after Heather confesses that she saw the killer; Loretta is arrested for picketing; Charlie stumbles on Mary's sex ed books.

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

14 January 1976
Grampa Larkin's social worker admits that she's in love with him; Heather's story makes the evening news.

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

15 January 1976
Immediately after recording her demo, Loretta begins suffering from fainting spells; Mary becomes jealous of one of Tom's coworkers; Heather escapes police protection.

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

16 January 1976
Charlie tries talking sense into Tom, but Tom feels something is missing in his life. Cathy prepares for her date with Chuck. Charlie and Loretta go to the Doctor's office. Raymond goes to see Roberta and meets Fanny. Tom chats up Mae at the bar.

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

19 January 1976
Tom and Heather both go missing on the same night, and so Mary can only hope that Heather is safe and that Tom was kidnapped by the mass murderer. She'd rather worry about a kidnapping than what she is really worried about.

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

20 January 1976
Loretta considers not going to Nashville since Heather is missing. Mary finds out the truth about Tom. Loretta gets some good news. Cathy admits she's in love with Steve. Tom tries to finish things with Mae. Mary and Martha have a fight, while Heather returns home with disturbing news.

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

21 January 1976
Cathy brings Steve over to meet her parents. Fanny is too much for Raymond. The mass murderer is revealed and Heather, Trudy, and Mary's lives are in danger.

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

22 January 1976
Mary's life is in danger, while the police and reporters surround the store. Tom attempts to save Mary and to apologize.

Season 1, Episode 15: Episode #1.15

23 January 1976
Mary tries to calm the mass murderer, while he continues to ask for demands: a car and $100,000.

Season 1, Episode 16: Episode #1.16

26 January 1976
The mass murderer will only give up when he gets a stack of bibles and an oath from the Reverend that the police won't follow him for 24 hours.

Season 1, Episode 17: Episode #1.17

27 January 1976
Sgt. Foley tries to save Mary, but to no avail. Mae and Tom try to save Mary, themselves.

Season 1, Episode 18: Episode #1.18

28 January 1976
The ordeal is over and everyone is relieved that Mary is safe.

Season 1, Episode 19: Episode #1.19

29 January 1976
Mary deals with the aftermath of her ordeal. Charlie looks after Loretta, while Mary is furious with Tom.

Season 1, Episode 20: Episode #1.20

30 January 1976
Mary feels that her marriage is over. Tom seeks advice from Coach Fedders, while Mary gets sociable with Sgt. Foley.

Season 1, Episode 21: Episode #1.21

2 February 1976
Mary visits Sgt. Foley's apartment. Charlie and Loretta pack for Nashville. Heather knows something's up, while Raymond and Roberta go on a date.

Season 1, Episode 22: Episode #1.22

3 February 1976
Mary returns home with one shoe and no groceries. Tom wants to know where she's been. Loretta and Charlie are off to Nashville.

Season 1, Episode 23: Episode #1.23

4 February 1976
Loretta and Charlie have car trouble. Tom wants to talk to Mary about their marriage. Blanche and Leroy are upset with their runaway daughter. Mary is called to testify against the mass murderer.

Season 1, Episode 24: Episode #1.24

5 February 1976
Tragedy strikes the Haggers in the form of a bus full of nuns. Mary does her best to comfort Charlie. Neither Tom nor Mary can get any sleep.

Season 1, Episode 25: Episode #1.25

6 February 1976
Mae has bad news for both Tom and Mary, while Loretta is in intensive care.

Season 1, Episode 26: Episode #1.26

9 February 1976
After leaving Mae, Tom avoids Mary with claims of having a headache and coming down with the flu. Loretta is taken away for tests. Charlie learns from Sgt. Foley that the Vega caught fire and destroyed the demonstration records. The bad news continues when Dr. Hastings informs Charlie and the Shumways that Loretta will be crippled for life without a dangerous operation. Tom confesses to Mary that he gave her a venereal disease. Mary thinks her life is starting to sound like a soap opera.

Season 1, Episode 27: Episode #1.27

10 February 1976
Martha phones Mary after seeing Tom arrive at the Haggers house with his suitcases, but Mary refuses to elaborate. Martha is further distressed when Cathy reveals that George plans to run for office in the next union election. Charlie welcomes Tom as a house guest but is preoccupied with Loretta's back surgery. Mary gives Loretta a Milky Way before surgery and visits the library where she asks Mrs. Delorean for books on social diseases. Cathy stops by Mary's kitchen with news that she got a job in a massage parlor. Charlie receives bad news about Loretta.

Season 1, Episode 28: Episode #1.28

11 February 1976
Dr. Hastings informs Charlie that Loretta's surgery didn't get the results they hoped for. Roberta is upset by the reaction of friends to her date with Grandpa Larkin. George sides with Cathy when Martha is upset about Cathy's new job in the massage parlor. Charlie learns that his insurance company has refused to pay Loretta's hospital bill. Mary, Tom, and Mae all find themselves seeking treatment in Dr. Miller's office.

Season 1, Episode 29: Episode #1.29

12 February 1976
Mary gives Tom to Mae, insisting she no longer wants him as her husband. Cathy's work uniform shocks Martha. Sal Babbitaglia, Cathy's boss, laughs at Martha's suggestion that he doesn't run a reputable business, but Cathy gets nervous after her first customer reveals his interest in meter maid uniforms and rubber hoses. When Cathy tells her parents what happened at work, George grabs a bat and leaves to kill Babbitaglia.

Season 1, Episode 30: Episode #1.30

13 February 1976
Cathy begs Mary to get Tom and try to stop George from killing Sal Babbitaglia. At the plant, Tom is counseled by the employee psychologist Bob Gilroy, who walks out in disgust over Tom's revelation of giving Mary a venereal disease. Dr. Abramson confides to Charlie that Dr. Hastings botched Loretta's surgery and is guilty of professional negligence. Roberta tells Martha and Grandpa Larkin that she was fired for fraternizing with a client but is now selling door-to-door cosmetics. George arrives at the massage parlor and is arrested along with Babbitaglia in a raid organized by Detective Johnson.

Season 1, Episode 31: Episode #1.31

16 February 1976
Tom takes Heather out to avoid Mary's liver dinner, but Mary refuses to go. Dennis stops by with Mary's groceries and shoe. Roberta visits and ends her relationship with Grandpa Larkin. Dr. Miller phones Mary with the test results. Steve announces that a volume of his poems is going to be published. George phones home from the police station where he's been arrested in the massage parlor raid. Loretta learns that she probably will never walk again.

Season 1, Episode 32: Episode #1.32

17 February 1976
Mary, Dennis, and Roberta discuss STET, Survival Training and Existence Therapy. Tom comes back from dinner and is angered by Dennis' presence which Tom thinks is Mary's way of paying him back for his affair with Mae. Later, Mary goes to the jail and convinces Dennis to free George who she insists was arrested by mistake.

Season 1, Episode 33: Episode #1.33

18 February 1976
George and Martha forbid Cathy to marry Steve. Charlie and Loretta's hope for Loretta's recovery is renewed when they learn that faith healer Dorelda Doremus is coming to Fernwood. Cathy appeals to Mary for support in her engagement to Steve, but Mary remains objective. Tom prepares dinner for Mary at Charlie and Loretta's house.

Season 1, Episode 34: Episode #1.34

19 February 1976
Mary and Tom reconcile their differences. Dr. Abramson offers to testify on Loretta's behalf if she elects to sue Dr. Hastings for negligence. Grandpa Larkin offers Roberta sage advice when she makes a dramatic decision about her future. Mary is horrified to read an article about Dorelda Doremus that exposes the faith healer as a fake. Mary and Tom worry that Loretta will be devastated to learn that Dorelda can't heal her.

Season 1, Episode 35: Episode #1.35

20 February 1976
Tom reassures Mary that their fighting is a sign they love and care about each other. George seeks help from Mary when Cathy continues to give him the silent treatment over Steve. Mary can't tell Loretta the truth about Dorelda Doremus when Loretta insists Dorelda is God's answer to her prayers. Cathy and Steve celebrate an anniversary. Desperate for money, Charlie is duped by loan officer Joe Zimmer.

Season 1, Episode 36: Episode #1.36

23 February 1976
Luther Moon, Fernwood's garbage man, sifts through the trash and recalls the major events from the last 35 episodes of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, told through flashbacks.

Season 1, Episode 37: Episode #1.37

24 February 1976
Mary finds a joint on Heather and throws it in the waste basket. Later, Mary retrieves the joint and is caught by Tom. In order to lecture Heather about the dangers of marijuana, Tom and Mary decide to experience it first hand and smoke pot before joining Charlie and Loretta at Dorelda Doremus' faith healing show. Dorelda refuses to lay hands on Loretta but "cures" a paralyzed woman in the audience. A stoned Tom wheels Loretta on stage, forcing Dorelda to lay hands on her. Loretta attempts to walk but falls face down.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Woodrow Parfrey ... Joe Verner (uncredited)

Doris Roberts ... Dorelda Doremus (uncredited)
Naomi Ross ... Paralyzed Woman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 38: Episode #1.38

25 February 1976
Dorelda tries to heal Loretta and fails again. George receives an anonymous threat warning him not to run for union office at the plant. A stoned Mary and Tom barge into Dorelda's dressing room and accuse her of being a fake. Dorelda sends curses from God to the Hartmans. Tom and Mary try to convince Charlie of the truth about Dorelda. Steve tells Martha he's going to propose to Cathy. Mary and Tom pig out in bed and discuss how pot heightens the senses.

Season 1, Episode 39: Episode #1.39

26 February 1976
Heather rails against her parents when she realizes Tom and Mary smoked her joint. Charlie and Loretta get a visit from a real estate agent and learn that Charlie should've read the fine print on his loan application. Mary and Dr. Fermin must save Mae who collapses in Mary's kitchen after swallowing sleeping pills.

Season 1, Episode 40: Episode #1.40

27 February 1976
Mary and Tom cater to Mae, who's recovering in their bed from her pill overdose. Steve asks Cathy to marry him. Charlie wants Tom to go with him to a meeting regarding the malpractice case. Martha finds Mae in Mary's bed, and an upset Mae locks herself in the bathroom.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve

Doris Roberts ... Dorelda Doremus (credit only)

Woodrow Parfrey ... Joe Verner (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (credit only)
Severn Darden ... Mort Lundera (credit only)
Naomi Ross ... Paralyzed Woman (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 41: Episode #1.41

1 March 1976
Mary lends a sympathetic ear to Mae and learns about Mae's ex-husband Mike Olinski. Cathy fears that exposure to a more sophisticated lifestyle will take Steve away from her. Visitors to the Haggers home include the Fedders, who fail miserably in their attempt to cheer up Loretta, oily lawyer Lucius Minnow, and a deputy sheriff serving Charlie and Loretta with an eviction notice.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Norman Alden ... Leroy Fedders (uncredited)

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve (uncredited)
Joe Bratcher ... Dr. Abramson (uncredited)
Arny Freeman ... Lucius Minnow (uncredited)

Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski (uncredited)
Reva Rose ... Blanche Fedders (uncredited)

Connie Sawyer ... Landlady (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 42: Episode #1.42

2 March 1976
When Dennis admits he still wants Mary, she encourages a relationship between him and Roberta. Roberta tries to let Grandpa Larkin down easily when she reveals her interest in Sgt. Foley. Tom bristles at Mary's matchmaking between Dennis and Roberta and Mae and her ex-husband Mike Olinski.

Season 1, Episode 43: Episode #1.43

4 March 1976
Loretta starts to regain feeling in her feet, while Mae considers leaving Fernwood. Mary makes Coach Fedders some chicken soup for his cold, with disastrous results.

Season 1, Episode 44: Episode #1.44

4 March 1976
Clete reports the news of Leroy's bizarre death at age 47. Martha can't find George when she calls the hotel to inform him of Leroy's death. Blanche comforts a guilt-ridden, weepy Mary who's mistaken for the widow by the mortician. Blanche doesn't want to get soaked by Leroy's funeral expenses. Cathy refuses to go with Steve as he prepares to leave for New York. Martha finally reaches George, but he has a date with Sheri.

Season 1, Episode 45: Episode #1.45

5 March 1976
Joe Sweeney and Sheri place George in a compromising position. Mary and Tom have a serious discussion about death and the continuation of life. Mike Olinski phones Mary, and she persuades him to meet them for a drink at the Capri. George arrives home to find Sweeney visiting (and subtly threatening) Martha.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski (credit only)
Reva Rose ... Blanche Fedders (credit only)

Norman Alden ... Leroy Fedders (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (credit only)

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve (credit only)
Arny Freeman ... Lucius Minnow (credit only)
David Rounds ... The Mortician (credit only)
Kate Braun ... Sheri (as Katherine Braun)
Ray Colella ... Mike Olinski

Connie Sawyer ... Landlady (credit only)
Joe Bratcher ... Dr. Abramson (credit only)
Raymond Serra ... Joe Sweeney

Season 1, Episode 46: Episode #1.46

8 March 1976
Reverend Buryfield conducts Leroy's funeral in Mary's kitchen. Tom doesn't understand Mary's restlessness and asks if she's given up on their family in order to meddle in the lives of others. Tom suspects George's frame-up might be retaliation for Tom's dissatisfaction with working conditions at the plant. Mae's excited by Tom's news that Mike Olinski wants to meet her at the Capri.

Season 1, Episode 47: Episode #1.47

9 March 1976
Mike and Mae's reunion at the Capri doesn't go as planned, but it's Tom who gets the brunt of their ensuing bar room brawl. Mae's attempt at an apology for the previous night results in another fight, this one between Mary and Mae. Lucius Minnow tells the Haggers that a $10,000 insurance settlement has been offered, but he turned it down because he's holding out for six figures. Loretta makes her return engagement to the Capri, and during her performance she suddenly stands on her own.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Ray Colella ... Mike Olinski (uncredited)
Arny Freeman ... Lucius Minnow (uncredited)

Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 48: Episode #1.48

10 March 1976
Martha wonders if George's nervousness is a result of someone intimidating him. Charlie and Loretta interrupt a tense moment in the Hartman kitchen, and ask Mary if they can stay with Tom and Mary if they get evicted within the week. Mae reminds Tom of everything he's got. The Shumways and Hartmans gather to watch Steve's debut on the Johnny Tilson Show, where it's apparent that he's romancing starlet Kate Walters. Martha faints after seeing George's blackmail photos.

Season 1, Episode 49: Episode #1.49

11 March 1976
Mary tells Tom that it'll be 23 years before their sexual desires are synchronized again. Tom is angered by Mary's need for "something else" that she can't explain. Mary seeks answers to happiness from Grandpa Larkin who surmises she doesn't quite fit in anywhere. Mary hides under the kitchen sink. Cathy worries that she's losing Steve. Loretta has inspiration for a new song, Ballad of a Legless Woman. Mary cries and shares a lunch meat sandwich with Grandpa.

Season 1, Episode 50: Episode #1.50

12 March 1976
Dr. Fermin tells Loretta that she's in spontaneous remission. Charlie devises a plan to come up with money to stall eviction by selling raffle tickets for a color TV he and Loretta don't have. Martha refuses to believe George's claim that he was framed by union officials in Milwaukee. Loretta and Mary decide that Mary's "thing" is communication. Tiny catches Charlie selling raffle tickets and orders him out. When Tom intervenes, Tiny tells him to shut up or he's fired, prompting Charlie to deck Tiny who falls to the floor unconscious.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski (credit only)
Reva Rose ... Blanche Fedders (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve (credit only)

James Cromwell ... Reverend Buryfield (credit only)
Arny Freeman ... Lucius Minnow (credit only)
David Rounds ... The Mortician (credit only)
Ray Colella ... Mike Olinski (credit only)
Jeff Altman ... Johnny Tilson (credit only)
Kim O'Brien ... Kate Walters (credit only)
Hugh Gillin ... Tiny

Season 1, Episode 51: Episode #1.51

15 March 1976
Now that Mary knows her thing is communication, she has to decide what to do with it. Tom doesn't communicate well when he tells Loretta and Mary what happened between Charlie and Tiny at the plant. Mary wishes Tom could convert the energy of anger into something sexy. George is happy he and Martha made up at 2:15 a.m. Cathy fears she's no longer good enough for Steve, and George threatens to punch his heart out. Loretta's engineer Clyde Muncie visits with news that his brother in Chicago wants to release Loretta's song as a single.

Season 1, Episode 52: Episode #1.52

16 March 1976
Steve reassures Cathy that starlet Kate Walters was just for publicity. Tom has to explain to Heather that he broke the rules when he's sent home from the plant over the incident between Charlie and Tiny. George isn't sympathetic to Tom's situation. At the library, Mrs. Delorean introduces Mary to sex therapist Mona McKenzie from the Lackawanda Institute.

Season 1, Episode 53: Episode #1.53

17 March 1976
Cathy tells George and Martha that she and Steve are going to Hollywood to be married, just as Kate Walters arrives at Steve's apartment. Tom has it out with George and decides to run against him in the union election. Mary explains her problems to Mona McKenzie. Mary lies to Cathy that Mona is an old friend from high school who transferred away. Cathy discovers Steve in bed with Kate.

Season 1, Episode 54: Episode #1.54

18 March 1976
Mary, Martha, and Loretta plan Cathy's impromptu bridal shower while she's throwing her engagement ring back at Steve. A distraught Cathy arrives home, announces Steve's infidelity, and renounces men. Dennis drops by the Hartman kitchen and tells Mary that he still wants her and will wait for her, but when Cathy arrives, Dennis asks her to dinner.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve (uncredited)
Kim O'Brien ... Kate Walters (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 55: Episode #1.55

19 March 1976
Mary secretly phones Mona but can't talk. After her date with Dennis, Cathy's over Steve. Loretta has a new tune about Cathy's relationship with Steve called How Can You Say You Don't Love Me When You Never Could Talk At All? Clyde calls the Haggers with news that a royalty check is in the mail. Tom and George spar over union ideals at the plant. After hearing Baby Boy on the radio, Tiny offers to help Charlie get re-hired. Tom accuses Mary of meddling, and she accuses him of using sex to intimidate her into being a good girl. Mona phones Mary to arrange a meeting about sex therapy.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)
Sallie Jones ... Mona McKenzie

Ed Begley Jr. ... Steve (credit only)
Kim O'Brien ... Kate Walters (credit only)
Hugh Gillin ... Tiny
Iris Korn ... Mrs. Delorean (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 56: Episode #1.56

22 March 1976
Mary is too busy preparing food products without food to care about Cathy's relationship with Dennis. Loretta receives a phone call from another Mrs. Haggers. Mona arrives at the Hartman house to carry out Mary's plan. Loretta confronts Charlie about his past.

Season 1, Episode 57: Episode #1.57

23 March 1976
Mary spends an interesting evening with Tom and Mona, who get along much better than Mary anticipated. Charlie and Loretta can't get Muriel off their mind and speculate that she's bringing unfinished business and doom to their doorstep.

Season 1, Episode 58: Episode #1.58

24 March 1976
Charlie dreams of his two Muriels. Mary encounters Dennis and Cathy in the Shumway kitchen, where Dennis takes an opportunity to flirt. Mary warns Cathy that Dennis is a skirt chaser, while Cathy warns Mary that Mona is trouble. While Charlie is out getting the steak part of Loretta's chicken fried steak dinner, Loretta is surprised by Muriel's appearance at the front door.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 59: Episode #1.59

25 March 1976
Loretta gets to know Muriel, who comes off as sweetness and light. Dennis stops by the Hartman house to flirt more with Mary. Later, Mary has a panic attack while quarreling with Tom. Loretta can't understand her Baby Boy's lack of a Christian attitude toward Muriel, who secretly confides to Charlie her true reason for visiting Fernwood.

Season 1, Episode 60: Episode #1.60

26 March 1976
Mary contrives to leave Tom and Mona alone. Charlie tells Loretta that he can think of 7,532 reasons not to trust Muriel. Mary meets Muriel, and confides to Charlie that she shares his opinion of his ex-wife. Alone with Tom, Mona reveals that she's a sex therapist.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (as L. C. Downey)
Sallie Jones ... Mona McKenzie (as Sallie Janes)

Season 1, Episode 61: Episode #1.61

29 March 1976
Tom promises he'll help Mona any way he can with Mary's problem. Mary is uneasy about Tom's eagerness to help Mona. Charlie recounts his story of how he accidentally scarred Muriel's face with hot bacon fat 15 years ago. After Charlie leaves, Muriel stuns Loretta with a very different version of how she became to be scarred.

Season 1, Episode 62: Episode #1.62

30 March 1976
Mary instructs Mona to move out of the bed and into the center of the ring when providing Tom's therapy and wonders if they could work 11 feet apart. Loretta confides to Mary both versions of the hot bacon fat story, and Mary suggests peeking under Muriel's spit curl to see if there's really a scar on her face. Charlie laments to Tom that Muriel wants to destroy the Haggers' marriage.

Season 1, Episode 63: Episode #1.63

31 March 1976
Mary and Loretta sneak into Muriel's and look at Muriel's scar while she's napping. Cathy visits Mary and reveals plans to go away with Dennis for a weekend tryst. Mary and Tom quarrel about Mona. Feeling that she's losing control, Mary phones Roberta for help. Roberta encourages Mary to join STET, and Mary realizes that Dennis is two-timing Cathy with Roberta.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 64: Episode #1.64

1 April 1976
Mona reveals more truths to Tom. Muriel tells Charlie and Loretta that she needs $10,000 for plastic surgery to correct the facial scar inflicted by Charlie. Charlie and Loretta disagree about whether or not to give Muriel the money from Loretta's royalty check. Mary and Tom each order Mona out of the Hartman home.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)
Sallie Jones ... Mona McKenzie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 65: Episode #1.65

2 April 1976
Martha and Mary discuss problems with the ozone layer and Cathy running off with Dennis for the weekend. Charlie attempts to entrap Muriel and prove to Loretta that he's telling the truth about not being responsible for the hot bacon fat accident. Mary confronts Heather about a love note written to her social studies teacher. After Mary slaps Heather, Martha wonders if maybe she should've slapped Cathy as a child.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (as L. C. Downey)
Sallie Jones ... Mona McKenzie (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 66: Episode #1.66

5 April 1976
Mary tries to use George and Martha's influence to keep Cathy and Dennis apart. Muriel tells Loretta tales of Charlie's cruelty. Charlie brings home Loretta's royalty check, and they're all stunned by the amount. Mary stands up at a STET meeting.

Season 1, Episode 67: Episode #1.67

6 April 1976
Dennis' deceitful behavior toward Cathy and Roberta enrages Mary. Tom and Charlie commiserate about problems with wives. Charlie learns that Tom's being hassled at the plant because of his union membership. Muriel's delighted by the silence between Charlie and Loretta. Cathy refuses to accept Mary's advice about Dennis.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)
Hugh Gillin ... Tiny (uncredited)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 68: Episode #1.68

7 April 1976
Mary reaches out to Tom and discovers that they've drifted too far apart into their own private problems. Cathy tells Dennis about Mary's efforts to keep them apart. Mary confronts Dennis, but finds his arms more loving and welcoming than Tom's.

Season 1, Episode 69: Episode #1.69

8 April 1976
Overwhelmed by emotional problems, Mary can't get out of bed and an alarmed Tom suggests medical intervention. Grandpa Larkin gives Mary advice about how to be crazy. Martha is surprised to learn that Mary's been prescribed "calmatives." Cathy announces her engagement to Dennis, prompting Mary to pop more pills. Charlie gets proof of Muriel's scam, but she has another surprise in store for him.

Season 1, Episode 70: Episode #1.70

9 April 1976
Dennis stops by Mary's bedroom and promises he won't hurt Cathy, but he can't coax her out from under the covers. After procuring tranquilizers, mood elevators, antidepressants, and methamphetamine from family and friends, a stoned Mary pities any girl who isn't her tonight and vows to stop Dennis and Cathy's wedding. Loretta's ready to throw Muriel out until she hears the news about Muriel's son. Muriel shows Charlie and Loretta a birth certificate for Timmy Haggers.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)
Hugh Gillin ... Tiny (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 71: Episode #1.71

12 April 1976
Loretta tells Mary about Timmy, but Mary warns her that birth certificates can be bought. Clyde informs Loretta that she's to appear on Dinah Shore's talk show in Hollywood on Friday. Cathy is unmoved by Mary's claim of seeing a soap opera about two sisters involved with the same man and declares that Mary can't keep her from marrying Dennis. Loretta reveals she had an unfriendly encounter with the McCulloughs, a new family in the neighborhood. At the plant, Tom gets an icy reception from Ed McCullough, who Charlie suspects could be a lead pipe man sent by the union to rough up Tom. Back home, Tom finds Mary nearly unconscious from pills and gets turned on until he sees the bill from the Lackawanda Institute for Mona's services. A stoned Mary gets a flirty phone call from Dennis.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 72: Episode #1.72

13 April 1976
Dennis' space is crowded with hidden guests. Mary takes a rain check on Dennis' blackmail. Loretta's new royalty check interests Muriel who provides photographic proof of Timmy's existence. George warns Tom to choose his family's best interests over union politics. Mary wigs out in the Shumway kitchen.

Season 1, Episode 73: Episode #1.73

14 April 1976
Charlie and Loretta anticipate their trip to Hollywood tomorrow. Mary refuses Martha's request for an all-butter pecan nut cake and her living room for Cathy and Dennis' wedding. Clyde enthralls Charlie with future plans for Loretta's career. Mary worries that she'll lose Loretta.

Season 1, Episode 74: Episode #1.74

15 April 1976
Loretta bristles when the upcoming Los Angeles trip reminds Mary of Charlie and Loretta's aborted trip to Nashville. Roberta and Otto Feuerbach attempt to convince Mary of STET'S value. Fred Tataschwartz, Dinah's producer, shows the Haggers the studio green room which is actually yellow. Waiting in the wings before her momentous appearance on Dinah!, Loretta phones Mary and says a prayer to the Lord.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)
Martin von Haselberg ... Otto Feuerbach (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 75: Episode #1.75

16 April 1976
Loretta appears on the Dinah Shore Show with her song "Baby Boy."

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (credit only)

William Finley ... Dr. Elvin McCabe
Lorry Goldman ... Fred Talaschwartz
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman
John McCartt ... Newscaster (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers

Dinah Shore ... Dinah Shore
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)
Martin von Haselberg ... Otto Feuerbach

Season 1, Episode 76: Episode #1.76

19 April 1976
Loretta's appearance on Dinah! becomes a media sensation, but not in the way she envisioned. Ed McCullough, the Hartmans' new neighbor, threatens Mary with police action. Roberta confronts Cathy about their mutual relationship with Dennis. Tom receives a dual escort from the plant.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Marc Alaimo ... George Curtis (uncredited)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (uncredited)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)
Lorry Goldman ... Fred Talaschwartz (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
John McCartt ... Newscaster (uncredited)
Lee McLaughlin ... Bruce Leghorn (uncredited)

Dinah Shore ... Dinah Shore (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 77: Episode #1.77

20 April 1976
Cathy rejects Mary's truths about a loveless marriage with Dennis. Mary worries about a missing Tom. Heather finds the McCullough family weird. Dennis tells Mary his new day off is Thursday and attempts to deal with Cathy and Roberta in tandem. When Cathy presses their wedding plans, Dennis admits it all hinges on what happens next Thursday. Tom arrives home and shows Heather why he isn't the Six Million Dollar Man. Tom and Mary find a warning note from their new neighbors.

Season 1, Episode 78: Episode #1.78

21 April 1976
Mary urges Tom to report his assault to the police. Dennis suggests to Roberta that they can enjoy an open marriage with Cathy. Muriel phones her friend Bina to set up Timmy's call to Charlie. Clyde delivers good news and bad news about Loretta's career to Muriel. Dennis arrives at the Hartman kitchen to take Tom's statement, and privately reminds Mary about their date on Thursday.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (uncredited)
Betty A. Bridges ... Bina (uncredited)
Dante D'Andre ... Waiter (uncredited)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 79: Episode #1.79

22 April 1976
A dejected Charlie and Loretta return to Fernwood from Los Angeles, but Muriel's tales quickly change their disposition. The Hartmans receive an explosive threat from the anti-union guerrillas. Dennis clarifies his feelings to Roberta and Cathy. Charlie is delighted by a phone call from his "son".

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Betty A. Bridges ... Bina
Edward Crawford ... Timmy Haggers
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (as L.C. Downey)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Foley

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (uncredited)
Dante D'Andre ... Waiter (uncredited)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 80: Episode #1.80

23 April 1976
Arriving home from the plant, Tom worries about a missing Mary's whereabouts. Charlie envisions his son's future. Loretta wonders when her recording contract will arrive. Mary keeps her Thursday date with Dennis, but he changes the rules of the game, leaving her to realize that he's quite like her husband.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
John McCartt ... Newscaster (credit only)

Marc Alaimo ... George Curtis (credit only)
Lee McLaughlin ... Bruce Leghorn (credit only)
Betty A. Bridges ... Bina (credit only)
Dante D'Andre ... Waiter (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 81: Episode #1.81

26 April 1976
Mary returns home from Dennis's apartment and conceals her whereabouts from a suspicious Tom. At the plant, Charlie bores Tom and George with talk of Timmy, while Tom's meeting with Mr. Billingsley, the plant manager, takes a confrontational turn. Confident that Mary will come to him willingly, Dennis informs Cathy that they must wait another week before confirming their wedding date.

Season 1, Episode 82: Episode #1.82

27 April 1976
Cathy blames Mary for Dennis' reluctance to set a wedding date and swears that she can't cope with another broken engagement. Muriel appears worried when Charlie learns that Loretta's engineer Clyde Muncie will soon return from his trip. Mary and Cathy meet new neighbor Howard McCullough, who pays a visit to the Hartmans to apologize for brother Ed's behavior. Dennis phones Mary to pressure her into another meeting next Thursday.

Season 1, Episode 83: Episode #1.83

28 April 1976
Muriel asks Clyde to not spoil Charlie's big day by revealing the contents of the missing letter. Before leaving to collect Timmy from the airport, Charlie and Loretta give Muriel a check for $5000. Tom and Mary agree that the bible is confusing, but disagree over Mary's contention that infidelity isn't wrong with the "right person."

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 84: Episode #1.84

29 April 1976
Roberta seeks advice from Grandpa Larkin about Dennis, but Grandpa is more interested in finding a misplaced jar of prunes. Martha pleads with Mary to help a distraught Cathy by persuading Dennis to set a wedding date, but Mary can only offer extra space in her freezer. Dennis tells Roberta that he's involved in something dangerous, but it should be resolved by next Thursday. Charlie and Loretta return from the airport and realize they've now hit rock bottom in the wake of a nonexistent son and the end of Loretta's super-stardom.

Season 1, Episode 85: Episode #1.85

30 April 1976
Dennis drops by Mary's kitchen to remind her about next Thursday. Cathy catches Mary and Dennis locked in a passionate embrace and warns her sister that whatever happens will be Mary's fault. Mary faces her family with an explanation that Dennis was giving her vertical mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Harry Basch ... Clyde Muncie (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway #1
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (credit only)
Elsie Downey ... Muriel Haggers (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Bruce Solomon ... Sergeant Dennis Foley
Richard Venture ... Mr. Billingsley (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 86: Episode #1.86

3 May 1976
Loretta dreams of making a phone call to the Lord and decides to volunteer for ministry work. A frustrated Mary visits the Haggers home and wonders how she can make Tom understand the incident with Dennis when she can't make Loretta understand. Having learned the story from Cathy, Tom orders Mary home. Mary and Tom battle over indiscretions and fourteen weeks of no affection.

Season 1, Episode 87: Episode #1.87

4 May 1976
Martha pays a visit to Dennis' apartment and decides that he's overflowing with love for the Schumways. Cathy catches Dennis embracing Martha, but he convinces her of his affection for the whole family. A drunken Tom stumbles home and reconciles with Mary. While holding one another, Mary accidentally addresses Tom by his rival's name.

Season 1, Episode 88: Episode #1.88

5 May 1976
At breakfast, Mary contends with Heather's desire for platform shoes and Tom's refusal to discuss Mary calling out Dennis' name in bed. Betty McCullough drops by the Schumway kitchen to introduce herself. Martha and Cathy are skeptical but intrigued by Betty's side job as a fortune teller. Tom takes his union case to Jeff Farlow, Fernwood's assistant district attorney.

Season 1, Episode 89: Episode #1.89

6 May 1976
Mary and Cathy bury the hatchet. Tom confides to Charlie about Mary and Dennis' kiss. Ed's remark about the meeting with Jeff Farlow disturbs Tom. Betty reads Mary's cards and issues a warning. Mary asks Dennis how long it will be before his "slow truths" to Roberta and Cathy will contain no more lies.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 90: Episode #1.90

7 May 1976
Mary vents her aggression on Cathy's wedding shower cake. Ed reveals shocking news about Tom's brewing union finances scandal. George is suspicious of Ed while Charlie is uncomfortable with Loretta's upcoming involvement with eight year old evangelist Reverend Jimmy Jo Jeeter. Howard and Mary realize they share an easy communication with one another.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (credit only)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (as Larry Haddon)
Robert Ridgely ... Asst. D.A. Jeff Farlow (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 91: Episode #1.91

10 May 1976
Tom discovers the identity of the chairman of the watchdog financial committee. Gladys Dillworth, the Belcherware lady, appears at Cathy's shower. Ed declares he's fed up with hiding the truth about his family, while Betty reassures Howard that they're going to be one big happy family in Fernwood. After the wedding shower, Tom interrupts a tense moment between Mary and Dennis, and Tom insists that Dennis isn't welcome in their home.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Reid Cruickshanks ... Bill Curly (uncredited)

Alice Ghostley ... Gladys Dillworth (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 92: Episode #1.92

11 May 1976
Mary wants to talk with Tom, but not about Dennis, and Tom only wants to talk about Dennis. Charlie voices his concern that Loretta's ministry work has displaced her drive to become a country and western superstar. George tells Martha that Tom's involvement in the union finance scandal might get him fired from the plant. Dennis excuses himself from Cathy's passionate embrace.

Season 1, Episode 93: Episode #1.93

12 May 1976
Mary responds with a bicentennial lecture when Tom wants to know if she dreamt of Dennis the night before. Tom and Ed bond over bowling balls and suspicious relationships. Charlie's good news about Vitamin L is tempered by his first meeting with Merle Jeeter. Dennis' declaration stuns Mary, who is given 24 hours to make a life-altering decision.

Season 1, Episode 94: Episode #1.94

13 May 1976
Tom seeks answers about his marriage from Martha, but an offhand remark from Cathy tells him what he wants to know. Mary and Heather discuss half lies and half truths. Mary declares Howard an ideal husband and wants to know why he has never married. Dennis orders a surprise visitor to hit him and get out.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 95: Episode #1.95

14 May 1976
Tom is disturbed by Mary's new set of men friends. Betty and Grandpa visit Mary's kitchen, but Tom interrupts with very bad news. Mary begs Tom to let her love him, but his reaction sends her elsewhere. Anticipation of his Thursday meeting with Mary proves more exciting than Dennis anticipated.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)
Reid Cruickshanks ... Bill Curly (credit only)

Alice Ghostley ... Gladys Dillworth (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley

Season 1, Episode 96: Episode #1.96

17 May 1976
Mary saves a life with a little help from Barbara Walters. Cathy worries when Dennis doesn't call to set their wedding date.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (uncredited)

Rick Lenz ... Paramedic (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Folger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 97: Episode #1.97

18 May 1976
Tom and Cathy discover hard evidence in Dennis's apartment. Martha is appalled by her family's sins. Confronted with her indiscretion, Mary attempts to demonstrate a new image to her family.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (uncredited)

Arlene Golonka ... Veronica McNeely (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Folger (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 98: Episode #1.98

19 May 1976
Tom refuses to understand the relationship between Mary and Dennis. Loretta and Charlie are at odds over her decision to join the 100 Voices Heavenly Choir and help Reverend Jimmy Joe build Condos for Christ. The Hartman household loses a member, while the McCullough household gains one.

Season 1, Episode 99: Episode #1.99

20 May 1976
Cathy visits Dennis, and they agree that they both love Mary. The presence of Ed's house guest infuriates Howard. Cathy reaches a decision about her new vocation in life. The McCullough family secret is revealed.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Jane Connell ... Nurse (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 100: Episode #1.100

21 May 1976
Loretta and the bartender at the Capri Lounge don't have the answer Mary seeks. Later, Mary decides to visit Dennis to explain her feelings, and they share one beautiful moment together.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (credit only)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)
Jane Connell ... Nurse (credit only)

Arlene Golonka ... Veronica McNeely (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)

Rick Lenz ... Paramedic (credit only)
Richard Reid ... Paramedic (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Folger (credit only)
Robert Stoneman ... The Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 101: Episode #1.101

24 May 1976
Dr. Fermin cautions Dennis against another tete a tete with Mary. George advises Tom to observe moderation. Cathy meets Father DeMarco, who suggests a different vocation than she had in mind. Bob Gilroy, the plant psychologist, counsels Mary but finds it difficult to relate to her unusual situation.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco (uncredited)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)
Tom Troupe ... Bob Gilroy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 102: Episode #1.102

25 May 1976
Loretta runs her song "Vitamin L" past Charlie.

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (uncredited)

James Cromwell ... Reverend Buryfield (uncredited)

George Furth ... Stan Stanley (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 103: Episode #1.103

26 May 1976
Mary seeks absolution, and Loretta thinks she can find it through baptism. Charlie feels sorry for the plant's new payroll clerk and debates homosexuality with Tom and Ed. Jimmy Joe pays a visit to the Hartman household. Ed and Howard consider the possibility of marriage.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)
Phillip James Randall ... Payroll Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 104: Episode #1.104

27 May 1976
Charlie isn't happy with God's answer when Merle has Jimmy Joe ask God whether or not Loretta should record Vitamin L and what she should do with its royalties. Father DeMarco gives Cathy advice about a potential TV career. Howard visits Mary and encourages her to make the first move toward a reconciliation with Tom.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco (uncredited)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 105: Episode #1.105

28 May 1976
Tom seeks help from Bob Gilroy, but Gilroy decides the Hartmans need a psychiatrist and suggests Sigmund Freud. When Charlie and Loretta plan a special surprise for Tom and Mary, the Haggers are the ones who get the surprise. Loretta offers Mary help, but she prefers to call 411.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (credit only)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)

James Cromwell ... Reverend Buryfield (credit only)

George Furth ... Stan Stanley (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (credit only)
Phillip James Randall ... Payroll Clerk (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)
Tom Troupe ... Bob Gilroy

Season 1, Episode 106: Episode #1.106

31 May 1976
The help line lady thinks Mary has a nice phone voice. Betty wonders how Tom and Mary's estrangement might affect Howard's "relationship" with Mary. Clete arranges a meeting with Cathy. Merle and Jimmy Joe entice Loretta with a trip to the House of Pancakes.

Season 1, Episode 107: Episode #1.107

1 June 1976
Mary takes a shot at the help hotline. Clete finds Cathy more than qualified for what he has in mind at the Channel 6 studio. Grandpa makes a stunning revelation to Martha. Tom needs a little pick-me-up at the plant and is shocked by George's watchdog committee investigation report.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Reid Cruickshanks ... Bill Curly (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
Robert Ridgely ... Asst. D.A. Jeff Farlow (uncredited)
Beverly Sanders ... Help Line Lady (uncredited)
Richard Venture ... Mr. Billingsley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 108: Episode #1.108

2 June 1976
Mary brings the help line into her home and finds her first caller a familiar voice. Clete decides that Cathy should be the Kitchen Cookie on a local cooking show, but she's more interested in what he can tell her about Father DeMarco. Howard encourages Tom to put down the booze and reconcile with Mary, though Betty has other ideas. Martha wants to find her mother and father.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
Beverly Sanders ... Help Line Lady (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 109: Episode #1.109

3 June 1976
Mary checks on Dennis' recovery and later gets an obscene phone call on the help hotline. George suggests that Martha forget finding her parents, but she receives unexpected help from True magazine. Cathy has a new career. Tom's drinking doesn't go unnoticed at the plant.

Season 1, Episode 110: Episode #1.110

4 June 1976
Mary accidentally learns Howard's secret. Cathy visits Father DeMarco to inquire about volunteer opportunities, but he realizes her true motive. Mary is encouraged by Tom's surprise visit, but the mood turns when he makes a stunning request. Fleeing to Dennis' apartment, Mary is goaded into telling Dennis what he wants to hear.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (credit only)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)
Reid Cruickshanks ... Bill Curly (credit only)
Hugh Gillin ... Tiny (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
Paul Jabara ... Pete Schwimmer

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (credit only)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (credit only)
Robert Ridgely ... Asst. D.A. Jeff Farlow (credit only)
Beverly Sanders ... Help Line Lady (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley
Richard Venture ... Mr. Billingsley (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 111: Episode #1.111

7 June 1976
Martha receives a letter from Adopt O Find. Betty is more overjoyed than she should be about Tom and Mary's marital discord. Ed confronts Tom about his drinking problem. Howard confides to Ed that Mary's visitor may have outed them. Clete offers Cathy more work at Channel 6. Loretta is excited about tomorrow's recording session. Mary assures Ed that Tom doesn't care about anything.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
Ric Mancini ... Engineer (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 112: Episode #1.112

8 June 1976
Mary, Charlie, Merle, and Jimmy Joe attend Loretta's recording session of "Vitamin L."

Season 1, Episode 113: Episode #1.113

9 June 1976
Martha's good news fails to lift Mary's depression. Mary rejects Dennis's offer of a picnic. The only thing sober about Tom is the news he lays on Ed and Charlie at the plant. Clete dangles another attractive carrot in front of Cathy when she talks about returning to beauty school. Dennis and Heather play chefs to Mary, but the evening is interrupted by a phone call from Tom.

Season 1, Episode 114: Episode #1.114

10 June 1976
Merle offers to make Loretta a soloist in the choir, but she's torn between her secular and spiritual careers. Cathy tells Mary and Dennis about her new job as weatherperson and reveals that she entered Mary in the Typical American Consumer Housewife contest. Tom and Grandpa play checkers and talk about life. Mary gives Howard her acceptance.

Season 1, Episode 115: Episode #1.115

11 June 1976
Ed and Howard discuss a marriage without paper. Cathy has a different kind of confession for Father DeMarco. Charlie complicates Merle's scheme to get Loretta in his motel room. Dennis' views on marriage give Mary pause, and an upset Betty wonders if Mary was the cause for one of her sons leaving home.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (as Larry Haddon)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (credit only)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley

Season 1, Episode 116: Episode #1.116

14 June 1976
Mary and Dennis seem to reach an impasse on the subject of marriage, leading Mary to compile a list of things she needs to do to get her life back in order. Howard's support of Mary in times of trouble is misconstrued by Heather. Jimmy Joe begs Loretta to talk with him about Merle. Martha learns that Adopt O Find may have located her father.

Season 1, Episode 117: Episode #1.117

15 June 1976
Jimmy Joe confesses Merle's sins of the flesh to Loretta. Martha wants to know if Mary is also having an affair with Howard, but what she's actually having is anxiety over Fernwood airport's new flight patterns. Loretta promises Charlie that she'll get away from the Jeeters just as soon as she saves Merle's soul.

Season 1, Episode 118: Episode #1.118

16 June 1976
Tom reassures Charlie and George that he's trying to cut back on his drinking and find a new job. Paying a visit to Mary, Roberta notes her anxiety, and they discuss Dennis' relationships. Later at the Capri Lounge, Roberta warns Dennis that he has a responsibility to Mary. Loretta and Merle contemplate his many sins.

Season 1, Episode 119: Episode #1.119

17 June 1976
Mary accidentally spills the McCullough secret. Charlie discovers that Loretta didn't resign from the Worldwide Missionary Center as she promised. Martha tells Mary that Adopt O Find has identified her father, who's a Native American. Tom stops by Mary's kitchen with good news, but Martha spoils the atmosphere with an untimely mention of Dennis. Hugh Boswell interviews Mary as a finalist in America's Typical Consumer Housewife Contest. Tom gets drunk again and suggests he and Ed pick up some women at the Capri Lounge.

Season 1, Episode 120: Episode #1.120

18 June 1976
Dennis bids goodbye to life in Fernwood. Clete and Cathy share their news with Father DeMarco, but he urges them to slow down. Mary learns she's been chosen a typical American consumer. At the Capri, Tom picks up Joyce and Jolene, forcing Ed to admit that they're not really his type.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco
Kelly Britt ... Jolene
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (as Larry Haddon)

Samantha Harper ... Roberta Wolashek (credit only)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (credit only)

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell
Jessica Rains ... Joyce
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley

Season 1, Episode 121: Episode #1.121

21 June 1976
Tom's drunken bender doesn't help him score dates at the Capri Lounge. Betty declares Howard a latent heterosexual and seeks special assistance from Mary. Billy Twelvetrees' presence at the Shumway house brings out the little green monster in Grandpa Larkin. Tom returns to Mary's bed, and she has a heartfelt apology for everything that's happened.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Kelly Britt ... Jolene (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Jessica Rains ... Joyce (uncredited)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 122: Episode #1.122

22 June 1976
There's chaos in the Hartman kitchen when Hugh Boswell and the Razzle Brothers arrive to film a typical day in Mary's life. Merle tells Loretta his nightmare about a gussied up harlot with smarmy thighs and begs her to accompany him to Chicago for a religious revival.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell (uncredited)
John Mark Robinson ... Razzle brother #2 (uncredited)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (uncredited)
Alfie Wise ... Razzle brother #1 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 123: Episode #1.123

23 June 1976
Mary and Tom make a deal about their marriage, and Tom is quick to break it. Billy Twelvetrees tells Mary that Tom is an alcoholic, but she'd rather think of him as a drunk. At the Capri, Tom and Dennis argue about Mary. The Razzle Brothers turn their cameras on Heather. A drunken Tom bursts into the Hartman kitchen with plenty to say about cheating wives, and Mary shows him some very tough love.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell (uncredited)
John Mark Robinson ... Razzle brother #2 (uncredited)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (uncredited)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (uncredited)
Alfie Wise ... Razzle brother #1 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 124: Episode #1.124

24 June 1976
Betty stuns Tom with news of Howard's imminent conversion and his choice of a woman to prove his latent heterosexuality. Martha learns more about her Choctaw heritage. Loretta rejects Merle's request, and he vows she'll be his next wife.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell (uncredited)
John Mark Robinson ... Razzle brother #2 (uncredited)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (uncredited)
Alfie Wise ... Razzle brother #1 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 125: Episode #1.125

25 June 1976
Betty encourages Mary to take Howard to bed. Cathy begins Catholicism instruction with Father DeMarco, but he finds himself distracted. After kissing Mary, Howard has no doubts about his sexuality. Tom interrupts Howard and Mary at a very inopportune moment.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
Bruce Solomon ... Sgt. Dennis Foley (credit only)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (credit only)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (credit only)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (credit only)

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco
Jessica Rains ... Joyce (credit only)
Kelly Britt ... Jolene (credit only)
Alfie Wise ... Razzle brother #1
John Mark Robinson ... Razzle brother #2

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough

Season 1, Episode 126: Episode #1.126

28 June 1976
Tom and Howard are both furious with Mary. David Susskind calls the Hartman home, but hangs up. Tom blabs to Ed the latest development in Howard and Mary's relationship. Ed packs his bags and vows never to live in the closet again. Howard confronts Betty, who later blames Mary for all of her family's problems. Cathy argues with Clete about her future as a television personality. The telephone company threatens to cut off Mary's helpline. Cathy tells off Mary. Mary is becoming unhinged from altered flight patterns and excessive problems.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (uncredited)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
David Susskind ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 127: Episode #1.127

29 June 1976
A ruptured sewer line and the noise from heavy equipment takes its toll on Mary's nerves. Loretta decides that Merle's Chicago revival might be a great way to showcase her act, and she convinces a reluctant Charlie. Martha and Grandpa Larkin join Billy Twelvetrees in his protest against the loss of Native American fishing rights at a local river. Howard and Ed reach a final decision about their future. Mary warns Loretta not to go to Chicago with Merle, leading Loretta to decide that maybe they aren't best friends after all. Martha consoles Mary over a shattered mirror, and Mary is forced to catch a plane to New York for the David Susskind Show when the Hartman house must be evacuated.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (uncredited)
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (uncredited)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 128: Episode #1.128

30 June 1976
After receiving a call from a drunken Tom, Mary takes Hugh Boswell's advice and goes window shopping in Manhattan. Father DeMarco has a confession of his own for Cathy. Martha returns home without Billy Twelvetrees. A note from Cathy alarms the Shumways. Shortly before her appearance on The David Susskind Show, Mary becomes entranced with a doll house and refuses to leave the toy store.

Season 1, Episode 129: Episode #1.129

1 July 1976
Still in the toy store, Mary gazes into the doll house and imagines a perfect life with Tom and Heather. With plans to seduce Loretta in his motel room, Merle sends Jimmy Joe to a double feature of Old Yeller and The Call of the Wild. Hugh finds Mary in the toy store and forces her to leave for her TV interview. Mary and David Susskind begin to watch a scene from the Razzle Brothers' documentary, and Mary realizes that television adds more than five pounds to a person's appearance.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell (uncredited)
David Susskind ... Himself (uncredited)
William Tregoe ... Toy Store Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 130: Episode #1.130

2 July 1976
Loretta realizes the truth about Merle. After Jimmy Joe warns him of Merle's intentions, Charlie bursts into the motel room armed with his shotgun and a struggle between the trio ends in tragedy. On the David Susskind Show, Mary is unable to cope with the verbal assault launched against her. The family gathers to support Mary, who is no longer communicative. Clete interviews producer Norman Lear.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Vincent Baggetta ... Father Frank DeMarco (credit only)

Vivian Blaine ... Betty McCullough (credit only)
James Brodhead ... Tucker McMarshall (as James E. Broadhead)
Beeson Carroll ... Howard McCullough (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter
Laurence Haddon ... Ed McCullough (credit only)
Abbe Kanter ... Shirley Steen

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter

John Pleshette ... Hugh Boswell (credit only)
Peter Salim ... Norman Nardine
David Susskind ... Himself
William Tregoe ... Toy Store Clerk (credit only)
John Verros ... Billy Twelvetrees (credit only)
Susan Browning ... Pat Gimble (uncredited)

Norman Lear ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

4 October 1976
Andrew Ackerman feels that Mary's appearance on The David Susskind Show will bring attention -and more money- to the psychiatric ward at Fernwood Receiving. Mary meets Wanda Rittenhouse on the ward, and Wanda thanks Mary for making "BDs" respectable. Mary tells Dr. Williams that she'd rather be a plant than a person, but he reassures her that she's stronger than she thinks. Charlie and Loretta wonder exactly what injuries were inflicted by the gunshot in Merle's motel room. Mary is welcomed into her new Nielsen family at the hospital.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)
Jane Connell ... Nurse (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (uncredited)

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (uncredited)
Howard Morton ... Andrew Ackerman (uncredited)
Robert Snively ... Ronald Drayton (uncredited)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

5 October 1976
Mary becomes better acquainted with her hospital family. Cathy is confused by the results of a pregnancy test. Not knowing the extent of his injuries frustrates Charlie. Merle calls the hospital to make amends. Tom finds Heather with a new look and taking good care of herself at home. Ackerman and Dr. Williams reach an impasse over the length of Mary's stay.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
Merie Earle ... The Old Woman (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (uncredited)
Howard Morton ... Andrew Ackerman (uncredited)
Frances Osborne ... Nurse #2 (uncredited)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

6 October 1976
Dr. Williams reveals to Mary that Tom signed her commitment papers. Grandpa Larkin suggests that Cathy turn go to George with news of her pregnancy. Charlie begs Nurse Nugent to tell him if he lost his manhood. Fletch realizes Chester stole the missing plutonium, which Chester says can level all of southern Ohio. Wanda asks Mary to be in charge of the ward while she's out on a weekend furlough.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (uncredited)

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (uncredited)
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Gloria Nugent (uncredited)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (uncredited)
Ralph Williams ... Fletch (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

7 October 1976
Dr. Fermin has answers for Charlie, but it doesn't put the patient's mind to rest. Martha explains to Grandpa Larkin the facts surrounding George's mysterious disappearance. Merle attempts to buy Jimmy Joe's forgiveness with a television set. Wanda leaves the ward in Mary's capable hands

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)
Iris Korn ... Mrs. Delorean (uncredited)
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter (uncredited)

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (uncredited)
Robert Snively ... Ronald Drayton (uncredited)
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Gloria Nugent (uncredited)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

8 October 1976
Loretta and Merle come face to face for the first time since the shooting. Chester confides to Mary that he hid a nuclear device in the hospital and plans to blast his way out. Charlie hides his condition from Tom. Martha swoons when Cathy reveals George disappeared because of her pregnancy. Watching the 6:30 newscast proves an electrifying experience for the Reverend Jimmy Joe.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter
Sparky Marcus ... Jimmy Joe Jeeter
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (credit only)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (credit only)
Jane Connell ... Nurse #1 (credit only)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (credit only)
Howard Morton ... Andrew Ackerman (credit only)
Oliver Clark ... Dr. Fermin (credit only)
Patricia Stevens ... Nurse Gloria Nugent (credit only)
Iris Korn ... Mrs. Delorean (credit only)
Frances Osborne ... Nurse #2 (credit only)
Ralph Williams ... Fletch (credit only)
Robert Snively ... Ronald Drayton
Merie Earle ... The Old Woman (credit only)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (credit only)

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

11 October 1976
Mary and Tom are happily reunited at Fernwood Receiving, but the visit takes an unfortunate turn when she confesses she thinks Chester is dangerous. Cathy wants to have a talk with Clete, who interviews Merle about the most recent tragedy in his motel room. Charlie insists that Loretta pledge not to tell a soul about the exact nature of his injuries.

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

12 October 1976
News of Jimmy Joe distresses Mary. Cathy's pregnancy delights Clete until he realizes that she's three months along. Martha and Heather discuss death. Tom reassures Heather that Mary's condition is improving. Loretta secretly phones Merle and agrees to meet him at the Capri. Mary questions Nurse Gimble about her latest injury in a series of injuries.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)

Michael Lembeck ... Clete Meizenheimer (uncredited)
Robert Snively ... Ronald Drayton (uncredited)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

13 October 1976
Merle announces his plan to leave Fernwood, but first, a bowler at the Capri Lounge wonders if he might run for public office. Dr. Williams attempts to assuage Mary's fears about Chester's plan to level Ohio with a nuclear device. Ackerman fights to keep Mary institutionalized as long as possible because she's "money in the bank." Mary receives a stack of fan mail from TV viewers and talks to Gore Vidal on the phone.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway (credit only)

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Susan Browning ... Nurse Pat Gimble (uncredited)

Dabney Coleman ... Merle Jeeter (uncredited)
John Heffernan ... Chester Markham (uncredited)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (uncredited)

Marian Mercer ... Wanda Rittenhouse (uncredited)
Howard Morton ... Andrew Ackerman (uncredited)
Ken Place ... The Bowler (uncredited)

Gore Vidal ... Himself (uncredited)

Nedra Volz ... Mrs. DeFarge (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

14 October 1976
Dr. Williams confirms Mary's chat with Gore Vidal when Mary requests an overnight pass to go home and clean her kitchen for his visit. Mary wonders if she'll be required to have sex with Dr. Medwick, the sex therapist Dr. Williams recommends for her treatment. Martha reports George's disappearance to Detective Sergeant Johnson, Heather's former bodyguard during the Davey Jessup saga. Dr. Medwick explains to Mary how the bible encourages healthy sex for pleasure.

Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman

Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman (credit only)

Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers (credit only)
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway

Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin
Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman (credit only)
Ron Feinberg ... Detective Johnson (uncredited)

Howard Hesseman ... Dr. Robert Williams (uncredited)
Will Mackenzie ... Dr. Medwick (uncredited)
Howard Morton ... Andrew Ackerman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Episode #2.10

15 October 1976
Loretta eases Charlie's mind by telling him that Merle's leaving Fernwood. Dr. Williams promises to give Mary an overnight pass from the ward. Tom discusses his new job with Heather. Charlie is released from the hospital but has performance anxiety when he and Loretta get home.