Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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He's All Yours 

Mary must deal with the amorous advances of WJM's obnoxious, and very young, new cameraman.

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Allan Stevens, the new young cameraman at the newsroom, isn't as naive as he first appears. After Lou chastises him over the way he shot a field report, Mary, Murray and Ted, feeling sorry for him and feeling like he probably doesn't want to be alone, each individually invite him to hang out after work. But he only seems interested in Mary's invitation for dinner, which she soon finds out he interprets as a sexual come-on. After that incident, Mary doesn't want to have anything to do with him, which is made all the more difficult by an announcement and directive from Lou about Allan's work in the newsroom. Mary has to figure out a way to get Allan to stop his sexual advances toward her without involving Lou in the matter, he who is a little closer to the situation than she would like. Written by Huggo

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Connections

Remade as De Sylvia Millecam Show: Je mag 'm hebben (1994) See more »

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Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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He's Just a Kid!
31 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While there are some funny lines in this episode, especially by Lou Grant, this is a lesser episode. A handsome young guy, Lou's nephew, is hired as a remote cameraman. He marches to his own drummer and falls in disfavor. Mary, by trying to cheer him up, sends the wrong messages to him. He is immediately reading way more into it than he should. He starts bragging about a passionate evening and things escalate. It just has very little spark. Chloris Leachman does a good job as Phyllis. I like when she told Rhoda that she must be a big hit with the girls on her bowling team. Anyway, all's well that ends well. There is what probably was controversial at the time: Mary pretty much admits she is a virgin.


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