Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Once I Had a Secret Love 

Lou spends the night with Sue Ann and Mary can't keep the secret.

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Lou walks into the newsroom in the worst mood. Needing to unburden himself, he talk to Mary about what's bothering him. After a drunken spree after a dinner date, he woke up the next morning next to his dinner companion - an emotional stranger - who he refuses to name. After Mary finds out that that woman was Sue Ann, Lou asks her to promise him that she won't tell another living soul. Mary promises. But keeping office secrets from Murray is more difficult than she imagines. What may also be difficult is Sue Ann not spreading the word within the WJM offices. Both Mary telling Murray and Lou sleeping with Sue Ann may forever change Lou's relationship with both women. Written by Huggo

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17 January 1976 (USA)  »

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The title is a line from the song "Secret Love" recorded by Doris Day, from the movie Calamity Jane (1953). See more »

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When Lou goes down to Sue Ann's set to talk to her, as he passes in front of the refrigerator against the wall the reflections of the stage lights are clearly visible. See more »

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Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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Lou's Big Mistake
27 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Lou has too much to drink and ends up spending the night with Su Ann Nivens. He is like a bull when he comes to work, unshaven, missing his socks. He finally tells Mary and she promises not to tell anyone. It doesn't take Murray long to get her to admit what Lou told her. In the newsroom, Murray lets it slip that Mary told him. This leads to Lou telling her they can not be friends any more. Ted is playing detective, missing all the obvious clues and coming to several ridiculous conclusions. Once again, this show managed to surpass just about anything on TV at the time (or any time, for that matter).


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