Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Anyone Who Hates Kids and Dogs 

The son of Mary's new boyfriend is a royal brat.

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Ken Arnold
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Stevie Arnold (as Lee H. Montgomery)
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Ethel Kendricks
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Mary has been dating Ken Arnold for the past four months. The gang at the newsroom are excited to finally meet the man about who Mary seems to be serious. Mary is not excited but rather nervous about the prospect of meeting Ken's twelve year old son, Stevie, for the first time. When Mary does eventually meet Stevie, Ken wants Mary to take the approach of pandering to Stevie's whims so that they immediately get to a friendly state in their relationship. What Ken seems oblivious to is that Stevie is rude and obnoxious, and doesn't care if he hurts Mary's feelings. Mary is heartbroken by this situation. What Mary finally decides to do about it she unfortunately does at the most inopportune time. Written by Huggo

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8 March 1975 (USA)  »

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Mary tells a story about a Wonder Woman comic book she read as a kid. The story involves the villain Egg Fu and her retelling closely resembles Egg Fu's first appearance. The thing is Egg Fu debuted in 1965 when Mary was in her twenties, so she couldn't have read the comic as a child. See more »

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Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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I Didn't Like Him Either
23 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was really uncomfortable to watch. Mary is going with a guy who has a son. The guys is recently divorced and has a son. It turns out this son is a total jerk. He is insensitive, unkind, full of himself. There are several scenes where Mary does what she can to try to connect. The father has blinders. In the most entertaining part of the episode, she goes to Lou. It's another one of those great office scenes. They play a little game of you tell me and I'll tell you. Also, when Mary goes to the boy's birthday party, it is a total embarrassment.


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