Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Mary's Three Husbands 

After a long day Lou, Murray and Ted have a drink and fantasize what it would be like to be married to Mary.

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At the end of the working day, Lou invites Murray and a party crashing Ted into his office for a drink. Their discussion about Mary, who is off on another date with probably the latest in a string of men who will not amount to being anyone serious in her life, leads to them talking about wanting Mary to be happy in a marriage. That further leads to each of the three fantasizing about what it would be like to be Mary's husband, without each stating they are doing so to the other two. Each one of their fantasies is an exaggerated sense of their own reality. In the end, they project that exaggerated reality onto what they truly hope will be a loving marriage for Mary, with whoever the lucky guy. Written by Huggo

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26 February 1977 (USA)  »

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Everyone's Fantasy
6 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has a great premise, but it could have been better. Lou, Murray, and Ted are having drinks in Lou's office and the subject comes around to Mary. What would it be like to be married to her. The first is the weakest where Murray, with thick black hair, imagines them living in poverty in a rustic cabin where he works on his novel. She is pregnant and working three jobs to support his career. Ted is with her on their honeymoon and all his insecurities are portrayed. She looks beautiful and sexy and she won't do anything with him. The third one is great. Lou and Mary are celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Murray looks like Wally Walrus with a thick white mustache. Ted is bald too and just as dumb and forgetful. Mary and Lou are really funny as he snarls at her and she just listens. I wish a little more thought had gone into the episodes. The writing was a bit weak.


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