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Episode #1.20 

Mary declares to Tom that their marriage is over. Tom seeks counsel from Coach Fedders, while Dennis Foley seeks the company of Mary. The Haggers prepare to leave for Nashville.

Director:

Joan Darling

Writers:

Jerry Adelman (created by), Jerry Adelman | 6 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Louise Lasser ... Mary Hartman
Greg Mullavey ... Tom Hartman
Mary Kay Place ... Loretta Haggers
Graham Jarvis ... Charlie Haggers (credit only)
Dody Goodman ... Martha Shumway
Debralee Scott ... Cathy Shumway (credit only)
Victor Kilian Victor Kilian ... Raymond Larkin (credit only)
Philip Bruns ... George Shumway (credit only)
Claudia Lamb Claudia Lamb ... Heather Hartman
Norman Alden ... Coach Leroy Fedders (as Norm Alden)
Salome Jens ... Mae Olinski (credit only)
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Storyline

Mary declares to Tom that their marriage is over. Tom seeks counsel from Coach Fedders, while Dennis Foley seeks the company of Mary. The Haggers prepare to leave for Nashville.

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 1976 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Mary reveals that she and Tom met in April thirteen-almost-fourteen years ago, which in real time would be April 1962. It is also revealed that Loretta has two goldfish, Conway and Twitty, named in honor of the celebrated country and western singer Conway Twitty (1933-93). See more »

Quotes

Sgt. Foley: Are you a little nervous?
Mary Hartman: No. Why, do I seem a little nervous? No, I'm not, I'm not nervous. Why, because I'm a married woman having a cocktail in a cocktail lounge in the middle of the afternoon with a good looking person?
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