Mary Tyler Moore (1970–1977)
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Just Friends 

Sent by Mr. Grant on a surveillance mission, Mary returns from his estranged wife's apartment with a dinner invitation for him.

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Mary Richards
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Rhoda Morgenstern
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Murray Slaughter
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Ted Baxter
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Edie Grant
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Ever since Lou and Edie's break up, Mary's been helping Lou with many of his domestic duties. She doesn't really even mind him showing up every night for dinner, unannounced, but, thinks he's taking her willingness too far, when he asks her to spy on Edie and report back to him. Written by Huggo

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24 November 1973 (USA)  »

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Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis
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Lou and Edie...One More Try
14 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

With his separation continuing and not knowing what to do with himself, Lou has camped himself out at Mary's place. He comes to her place like Dad arriving after work. He demands food and television. Mary, of course, can't tell him to get lost. He eventually asks her to spy on his wife, to see how she's doing. This leads to a dinner date at her new place and things are not very comfortable. It's also not very comfortable for the audience because he really is hurting but he's so damned stuck in his ways that nothing is going to happen. The attention paid to him is kind of funny, but it's just a a little sad for a show that packs such a wallop.


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