Murray wants desperately to tell Mary his deepest secret—that he has always been in love with her. Mary, meanwhile, is completely oblivious to his feelings.
Forgive me, father, for I have sinned! Mary is afraid that her friend is leaving the priesthood because of his feelings for her.
Feeling bored and frustrated, Mary decides to break up the monotony in her life by moving into a new high-rise apartment.
Lou’s feelings are bittersweet when he gets invited to his ex-wife’s wedding.
From the love and laughter of Mary's dinner parties to the chaos and camaraderie of the WJM-TV newsroom, The Mary Tyler Moore Show will always be known as the groundbreaking sit-com that turned the world on with a smile.
Mary’s new boyfriend seems like a keeper, but there’s just one small problem—his obnoxious son is absolutely intolerable.
When Ted is tricked by a smooth-talking con man into opening his own broadcasters’ school, the WJM staff is recruited to be the faculty.
Lou wins an award that he doesn’t want and is terrified at the thought of making an acceptance speech.
Mary tries to help her one-time cellmate to go straight and find a job, but can she teach an old dog new tricks?
Swept up in the moment at Murray’s twentieth wedding anniversary party, Ted decides to pop the question to Georgette.
Longing for his dynamic days as a crusading reporter, Lou launches a misguided investigation into corruption in big-city politics.
Phyllis is mortified when Lars cuts off her credit cards and she is forced to—gasp!—look for a job.
Gambling fever grips the newsroom, where the odds are against Ted and his “can’t miss” system.
When Mary asks to produce the WJM news on her own, she gets her big chance—and all of the big headaches that come with it.
Who would believe that Ted and Mary are having an affair? Maybe no one, but that doesn’t stop Ted from spreading rumors around the newsroom.
When Lou says he’s looking for “a girl like Mary” to be WJN’s newest newscaster, Mary auditions for the job herself.