Rhoda (1974–1978)
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Let's Call It Love 

Joe tells Rhoda he wants to spend time alone with her, but knows her family always interrupt. She agrees to spend the weekend with him, and ignore calls and visitors.

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Rhoda Gerard
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Ida Morgenstern
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Joe Gerard
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Brenda Morgenstern
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Justin Culp
Barbara Sharma ...
Myrna Morgenstein
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Carlton the Doorman (voice) (as L. Music)
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Joe feels that there is a problem in his and Rhoda's marriage as other things prevent them from spending much meaningful time together. They are both busy at their respective jobs, and people, primarily Rhoda's family members, always seem to be around interrupting what little quality alone time they have. Although a stretch for both of them to be able to do so because of work pressures, they both decide to "play hooky" from work for four days, being up front with their respective business partners, Justin and Myrna, about the reason. They will also not allow family or friends to interrupt the time they need to get reacquainted. Ida and Brenda are able to manage having each other as their new best bud, but will Justin and/or Myrna be able to survive four days at work without Joe and Rhoda, especially on such short notice? Written by Huggo

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16 February 1976 (USA)  »

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