History Series / TheMaryTylerMooreShow

24th Jul '16 3:55:49 PM nombretomado
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* CousinOliver: Literally: Ted and Georgette's adopted son David is played by Robbie Rist, who played Oliver on ''TheBradyBunch''.

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* CousinOliver: Literally: Ted and Georgette's adopted son David is played by Robbie Rist, who played Oliver on ''TheBradyBunch''.''Series/TheBradyBunch''.
9th Jun '16 10:42:35 AM Mdumas43073
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Phyllis and Sue Ann frequently verge on this.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Phyllis and Sue Ann frequently verge on this.this, with Sue Ann in particular being an expert in SugaryMalice.
4th Jun '16 9:41:27 PM gewunomox
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* WholePlotReference: "The New Sue Ann," where a young LoonyFan of Sue Ann plots to take over her show, is a take-off on ''AllAboutEve''.

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* WholePlotReference: "The New Sue Ann," where a young LoonyFan of Sue Ann plots to take over her show, is a take-off on ''AllAboutEve''.''Film/AllAboutEve''.
13th May '16 8:19:25 PM atomiccake
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* UncannyFamilyResemblence: In "Howard's Girl", Rhoda insinuates that Mary's boyfriend, Paul Arnell, is more attractive than his brother Howard, who Mary dated in a previous episode. Paul and Howard were both played by Richard Schaal (Valerie Harper's husband at the time).

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* UncannyFamilyResemblence: UncannyFamilyResemblance: In "Howard's Girl", Rhoda insinuates that Mary's boyfriend, Paul Arnell, is more attractive than his brother Howard, who Mary dated in a previous episode. The gag here is that Paul and Howard were both played by Richard Schaal (Valerie Harper's husband at the time).
13th May '16 8:18:09 PM atomiccake
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* UncannyFamilyResemblence: In "Howard's Girl", Rhoda insinuates that Mary's boyfriend, Paul Arnell, is more attractive than his brother Howard, who Mary dated in a previous episode. Paul and Howard were both played by Richard Schaal (Valerie Harper's husband at the time).
31st Mar '16 5:53:01 AM Mdumas43073
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Legendary 197077 Creator/{{CBS}} sitcom created by Creator/JamesLBrooks and Allan Burns, which forever reshaped American television comedy. Every WorkCom that has followed in its wake bears its influence.

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Legendary 197077 Creator/{{CBS}} sitcom created by Creator/JamesLBrooks and Allan Burns, which forever reshaped American television comedy. Every comedy; every WorkCom that has followed in its wake bears its influence.
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10th Mar '16 12:59:01 PM Mdumas43073
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Legendary 1970s Creator/{{CBS}} sitcom created by Creator/JamesLBrooks and Allan Burns, which forever reshaped American television comedy. Every WorkCom that has followed in its wake bears its influence.

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Legendary 1970s 197077 Creator/{{CBS}} sitcom created by Creator/JamesLBrooks and Allan Burns, which forever reshaped American television comedy. Every WorkCom that has followed in its wake bears its influence.



''The Mary Tyler Moore Show'' was the first series produced by MTM Enterprises (founded by Moore and then-husband Grant Tinker), which would be responsible for several of the most popular and acclaimed shows of the '70s and '80s. In its seven-season (197077) run, the show won a whopping 29 Emmy Awards (a record that held until ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' won its 30th in 2002) and a Peabody Award, and spun off three other series: ''Series/{{Rhoda}}'', ''Phyllis'' and ''Series/LouGrant''. (The latter being one of the few instances where a comedy series spawned a ''drama''.)

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''The Mary Tyler Moore Show'' was the first series produced by MTM Enterprises (founded by Moore and then-husband Grant Tinker), which would be responsible for several of the most popular and acclaimed shows of the '70s and '80s. In its seven-season (197077) run, the show won a whopping 29 Emmy Awards (a record that held until ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' won its 30th in 2002) and a Peabody Award, and spun off three other series: ''Series/{{Rhoda}}'', ''Phyllis'' and ''Series/LouGrant''. (The latter being one of the few instances where a comedy series spawned a ''drama''.)
6th Mar '16 7:30:57 AM Mdumas43073
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** Technically, Cloris Leachman was never a full-time regular on the show, and was always billed as "[[FakeGuestStar Special Guest Star]]" for her appearances.

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** Technically, Cloris Leachman was never a full-time regular on the show, and was always [[FakeGuestStar billed as "[[FakeGuestStar Special a "Special Guest Star]]" Star"]] for her appearances.appearances as Phyllis.
6th Mar '16 7:29:23 AM Mdumas43073
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** Technically, Cloris Leachman was never a full-time regular on the show, and was always billed as "Special Guest Star" for her appearances.

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** Technically, Cloris Leachman was never a full-time regular on the show, and was always billed as "Special "[[FakeGuestStar Special Guest Star" Star]]" for her appearances.
2nd Mar '16 9:48:54 PM Mdumas43073
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This was also one of the first series to feature a single woman as the main character, and to focus on her career rather than love life. As originally scripted, Mary was to have been recently divorced. This was considered too controversial in 1970 (plus, in a case of classic ExecutiveMeddling, network brass was afraid the viewers would think that Moore's ''[[Series/TheDickVanDykeShow Dick Van Dyke Show]]'' character, Laura Petrie, had gotten divorced from Rob), so her BackStory was changed to one of rebuilding her life after a broken engagement.

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This was also one of the first series to feature a single woman as the main character, and to focus on her career rather than her love life. As originally scripted, Mary was to have been recently divorced. This was considered too controversial in 1970 (plus, in a case of classic ExecutiveMeddling, network brass was afraid the viewers would think that Moore's ''[[Series/TheDickVanDykeShow Dick Van Dyke Show]]'' character, Laura Petrie, had gotten divorced from Rob), so her BackStory was changed to one of rebuilding her life after a broken engagement.
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