Everyone in the newsroom's excited about the impending 2nd annual Television Editors Awards (aka the Teddys). Lou suggests to Mary she submit her own news magazine show for an award. Meanwhile, Rhoda has a new boyfriend, Bob, who she feels could 'be the one', but, Rhoda wants Mary's approval. Rhoda may regret asking for such, when Bob suggests they spend their time together as a 3-some. Mary fears Bob's falling for her instead, as does Rhoda. When Bob tells Rhoda where his true feelings lie, Mary and Rhoda have an interesting time at the Teddys.
Did You Know?
Ted's first mention of the "5,000-watt radio station in Fresno, California," where he started his broadcasting career. He delivers his acceptance speech under the closing credits, one of the few times in the series' run in which the "curtain-call" credits were replaced by continuing action. See more
At the end of the episode, Lou presents an award to the newsroom staff (bought from the Tinker Trophy Company). Ted begins his oft-repeated acceptance speech about "It all starting in Fresno," but he gets it wrong, saying, "You start as a staff announcer in 1952 at a television station, in a small, 5,000-watt radio station in Fresno, California." Usually it's a radio station, not a television and radio station. See more
A lot of people wonder how you reach a point like this. Well, you start as a staff announcer in 1952 in a television station at a small 5,000 watt radio station in Fresno, California.
Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis See more