Maude (1972–1978)
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Maude is distraught when she finds out that Carol is seeing a psychiatrist and decides to confront the man she's convinced is wrecking her home.

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Maude Findlay (as Beatrice Arthur)
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Dr. Arthur Harmon (credit only)
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Florida Evans (credit only)
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Dr. Stern
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Maude is distraught when she finds out that Carol is seeing a psychiatrist and decides to confront the man she's convinced is wrecking her home.

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12 September 1972 (USA)  »

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Maude lived in Tuckahoe, Westchester County, New York. In the opening (used for the entire run of the series) the car heads up the West Side Highway, then across the George Washington Bridge into Bergen County, New Jersey. See more »

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Dr. Arthur Harmon: [Looking at Maude's black eye] If the "Our Gang" comedies ever come back, you could be the dog.
Maude Findlay: And if Mister Ed ever comes back, there'd be a part for you. I'm not talking about the part that talks.
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And Then There's Maude
Lyrics by Marilyn Bergman (as Marilyn) and Alan Bergman
Music by Dave Grusin
Performed by Donny Hathaway
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Have Times Sure Changed.
12 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When you think about it, this was a perfect pilot episode setting up the dynamics of Maude and how her co-stars interact with each other and interact with Maude .Thus, Maudes overbearing personality with fellow characters that are strong minded themselves and able to stand up to Maude. The WOW factor of this episode is that Maude a very liberal person , in her own right , is upset that her daughter is seeing a Psychiatrist. I guess Psychologists were not that much in the picture than. I shall digress. This episode shows that even very liberal minded of that time period , saw 'counseling' as way over the top , especially if its one of their own. Hence , this episode would be a joke if it came out now. It would be a non-issue. I just love watching old TV shows from any time and notice how things are different and how other things are the same, with the contrast of time periods. Funny thing is that nowadays people in counseling are considered vogue. Oh what a difference a few and half decades makes. In summation, this was a fine first episode but without Arthur the conservative Dr., something lacked. Than again , the writers might have wanted the viewers to be completely immersed in Maudes immediate family dynamics before introducing 'regular' outside characters , so to speak. Sidenote: Look for a very young Ed Begley Jr.


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