Murray wants to confess to Mary that he loves her.

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Murray has a personal problem he wants to talk to Mary about in private, but every time the subject comes up, something happens to make it not an appropriate time. First, when Murray makes an impromptu visit to Mary's apartment, her two across the hall neighbors, one who ends up being a pesky neighbor, come by to introduce themselves. And second, when Mary brings up the issue of Murray's problem at the office, he can't speak to her about it in front of others in the office. Murray instead decides to talk to Lou about it, which also isn't as easy as it should be as Ted continually seems to interrupt. When Murray and Lou eventually have their moment alone, Murray tells him the problem: he has fallen in love with Mary. Murray is determined to tell her if only on the off chance that she feels the same way. Not wanting Murray to get hurt, Lou takes what he considers decisive action in the matter. Regardless of Lou's action, only Mary will be able to address Murray's problem to any ... Written by Huggo

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4 October 1975 (USA)  »

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Murray Loves Mary
24 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a sad episode. Murray Slaughter is at a mid-life moment, wondering what is ahead. He has had a crush on Mary since the day she walked into the newsroom. Now he needs to know whether to express his love for her or to keep it to himself. Whenever he talks about his marriage, there seems to be some unhappiness there. His wife seems controlling and he seems generally dissatisfied. He's a pretty typical 45 year old husband. Anyway, he shares with Lou that he loves Mary, and Lou tries to talk him out of telling her. So that's what this episode is all about. The kicker is that Lou informs Mary ahead of time that Murray cares about her. Ted is pretty funny in peripheral plot line.


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