History Series / TheMaryTylerMooreShow

30th Apr '17 11:18:10 AM nombretomado
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** [[TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] attends one of Mary's dinner parties. Unfortunately, a [[BigBlackout power outage]] strikes just before he arrives, so [[TheFaceless we only get to hear his voice]].

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** [[TheTonightShow [[Series/TheTonightShow Johnny Carson]] attends one of Mary's dinner parties. Unfortunately, a [[BigBlackout power outage]] strikes just before he arrives, so [[TheFaceless we only get to hear his voice]].
14th Apr '17 11:05:01 PM Mdumas43073
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* CompressedVice: In "Mary's Insomnia," Mary gets addicted to sleeping pills and gets over her addiction within a single episode.

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* CompressedVice: CompressedVice:
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In "Mary's Insomnia," Mary gets addicted to sleeping pills and gets over her addiction within a single episode.
14th Apr '17 11:00:11 PM Mdumas43073
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** Sue Ann is so into her TV persona as the sweetly helpful "Happy Homemaker" that she acts like that all the time, onscreen and off, [[SugaryMalice Sam iling even when saying the meanest or dirtiest things]].

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** Sue Ann is so into her TV persona as the sweetly helpful "Happy Homemaker" that she acts like that all the time, onscreen and off, [[SugaryMalice Sam iling smiling brightly even when saying the meanest or dirtiest things]].
14th Apr '17 10:57:15 PM Mdumas43073
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** Sue Ann is so into her TV persona as the sweetly helpful "Happy Homemaker" that she acts like that all the time, onscreen and off, smiling even when saying the meanest or dirtiest things.

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** Sue Ann is so into her TV persona as the sweetly helpful "Happy Homemaker" that she acts like that all the time, onscreen and off, smiling [[SugaryMalice Sam iling even when saying the meanest or dirtiest things.things]].
12th Apr '17 2:40:56 PM Gibblejip
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** Also Mary when pushed too far. One episode has Mary put in charge of a new upbeat News format and Ted is not happy when he finds out that he will be playing the straight man to Gordy. When Ted starts to add comments to Mary's Editorial, she snaps and say's "Shut Up, Ted" on live TV. Surprising everyone, including herself.

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** Also Mary when pushed too far. One episode has Mary put in charge of a new upbeat News format and Ted is not happy when he finds out that he will be playing the straight man to Gordy. When Ted starts to add comments to Mary's Editorial, she snaps and say's says, "Shut Up, Ted" up, Ted!" on live TV. Surprising everyone, including herself.



* ReallyGetsAround: Sue Ann Nivens

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* ReallyGetsAround: Sue Ann NivensNivens.
25th Mar '17 10:02:43 PM JamesAustin
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Moore stars as [[TheDanza Mary Richards]], a thirty-something single woman living in [[UsefulNotes/TwinCities Minneapolis]] and working as associate producer for ''The Six O'Clock News'' on fictional TV station WJM.

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Moore Creator/MaryTylerMoore stars as [[TheDanza Mary Richards]], a thirty-something single woman living in [[UsefulNotes/TwinCities Minneapolis]] and working as associate producer for ''The Six O'Clock News'' on fictional TV station WJM.
5th Feb '17 2:46:55 PM Mdumas43073
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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous dinner parties, similar to how ''Series/{{Friends}}'' later built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' typically had ruinous birthdays.

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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous dinner parties, similar to how ''Series/{{Friends}}'' later built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' typically had ruinous birthdays.
5th Feb '17 2:46:28 PM Mdumas43073
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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous dinner parties. ''Series/{{Friends}}'' similarly built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' typically had ruinous birthdays.

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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous dinner parties. parties, similar to how ''Series/{{Friends}}'' similarly later built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' typically had ruinous birthdays.
5th Feb '17 2:45:42 PM Mdumas43073
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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous parties. ''Series/{{Friends}}'' similarly has built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' typically had ruinous birthdays.

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One of the many tropes it established was the recurring gag about Mary's disastrous parties. dinner parties. ''Series/{{Friends}}'' similarly has built continuity around its Thanksgiving episodes, ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' had catastrophic Halloweens, and ''[[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Buffy]]'' typically had ruinous birthdays.
6th Jan '17 1:39:40 AM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:320:''"You're gonna make it after all!"'']]

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[[caption-width-right:320:''"You're [[caption-width-right:320:You're gonna make it after all!"'']]
all!]]
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