Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Remembrance of Things Past 

The one man capable of breaking Mary's heart shows up in Minneapolis, and Mary is very reluctant to see him.

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Mary receives a telephone call from Tom Vernon, an old flame who is in town for a short visit. Mary has mixed feelings about Tom's call: she was in love with him and still may very well be, but was always frustrated in their relationship as he didn't seem to be there for her as much as she wanted which left her angry after their dates, but pining for his calls after that anger subsided. After to-ing and fro-ing, Mary decides to see Tom. Their reunion brings back all those old feelings, both the good and bad which haven't changed. Conversely, Tom still too seems to be in love with her. But if things haven't changed, Mary has to decide if they have any future. Meanwhile, Ted has a business trip to Washington D.C., where he expects to be able to interview the President. Written by Huggo

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17 February 1973 (USA)  »

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Per the title, "In Search of Lost Time", or "Remembrance of Things Past" is a semi-autobiographical novel in seven volumes by Marcel Proust. See more »

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Mary says that she "feels like Pat Nixon welcoming scouts to the oval room" she's referring to the Yellow Oval Room, a small public reception room on the first floor of the White House. See more »

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References Stand Up and Cheer (1971) See more »

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Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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Mr. Baxter Goes to Washington
10 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Apparently, there was someone in Mary's past with whom she fell in love. He is a guy played by Joseph Campanella who is self centered and manipulative. He walks in and out of her life and she turns into a wet noodle when he's around. She knows he is trouble but still loves him. There are times when Mary's status as a liberated woman is diminished in these episodes. The whole interaction between the two of them is incredibly uninteresting. The much more interesting subplot involves the station sending Ted to Washington to interview important political figures, including the Secretary of State. His knowledge of the whole political world is so lacking, it's hard to imagine him even being allowed to represent the station.


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