Lou wants to do a location feature. After brainstorming with Mary, Murray and Ted, Lou decides on Murray's idea; life at a single's bar called Valentino's. Lou plans to send Mary and Murray to the bar to do undercover background work at the bar for a week before sending in a camera crew to do the story live. Marie feels uncomfortable about Murray frequenting a a singles bar, so Lou reluctantly agrees to let Mary do the recon visits on her own... sort of. But after several visits, meeting the regulars, and hearing their storie, and experiencing how singles act, Mary and company still don't have anything for the piece. They decide to let the regulars tell their own stories on the air, and hope they'll have something - anything - to say.
Did You Know?
The bumper music for the first commercial break is the theme song of The Bob Newhart Show
(1972); another highly successful MTM-produced series during this time. See more
References Gone with the Wind
Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis See more