Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Mary Gets a Lawyer 

Mary's lawyer is taken with her when he is defending her on a contempt charge.

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Barry Munroe
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Mary is held in contempt of court when she won't reveal one of her news sources. Her case is scheduled to go to trial. Lou hires for her Barry Munroe, a criminal lawyer who happens to be a poker playing buddy of his. After working on her case for a few weeks and spending time with her, Barry confesses to Lou to that has fallen in love with her, and if she doesn't feel the same way, it'll kill him. The day before the trial, Lou lets it slip to Mary that Barry is going to profess his love to her. A shocked Mary, in turn, tells Lou that she doesn't love him. Will this news affect Barry's ability to act as Mary's lawyer and if so, does that mean that jail time is imminent for her? Written by Huggo

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13 November 1976 (USA)  »

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The Trial Continues
3 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mary again has to face prosecution for not revealing her sources in a case involving corruption in City Hall. She is very worried, so Lou gets her an attorney. It is pretty successful guy who played poker with Lou. He seems very competent. Unfortunately, he falls head over heels for Mary. When Lou tells him she doesn't love him, he goes on a bender. This is a comedy, but he shows up plastered in court. This could have tragic consequences for her. One of the best scenes is when the prosecution calls Ted to the stand to try to get him to say that Mary isn't really a news person, since his produces the news. You have to see this to know what I'm talking about.


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