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This week it's all about style and interior design. Lou wants to redecorate his living room as a surprise for his wife while she's away at a fat farm (yeah, we know). But he can't do it alone, so he enlists Mary's help in finding a designer, and she just so happens to know the perfect person for the job — Rhoda. Styles clash and needs aren't perfec…
 
This week's episode, originally recorded *checks watch* last June(?!), definitely reads differently in our current climate. Rhoda is unceremoniously fired from her job and spends a week loafing around, mildly depressed, on Mary's couch. Mary tries to be encouraging but winds up not pushing her at all to find a new job, whereas Phyllis leans into th…
 
It only took us 9 months but we're back with some banked episodes from last year, before ... well, everything. This week, Lou finds out something unsettling about his favourite son-in-law — he was planning on cheating on his wife, Lou's daughter, and having an affair. This episode discusses the various issues with toxic masculinity of the day, incl…
 
And we're back! After what felt like forever, but was really seven months, we are back! Unfortunately, life just got in the way at the tail end of last year and the beginning of this one, so we had to take a bit of a personal leave of absence. But now we're back with a missing episode! Back in November it turned out we were missing episode 9. Somet…
 
This week is all about superstition! Lou sends a chain letter to everyone in the WJM office, and Mary is tempted to trash the thing and break the chain. Lou, however, guilts her into keeping up with it. Through this, she has the great misfortune of being reconnected with a man from hers - and Rhoda's - past: Armand Linton! Through Mr. Linton's hein…
 
As the writers and anchors of WJM-TV go on strike, Lou and Mary are left to fend for themselves as best they can. Meanwhile we discuss some of the larger strikes in US history, as well as the expectations placed on us under pressure and how we perform.Don't forget to rate, review, and subscribe to the show, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook and In…
 
Mary reluctantly attends her high school reunion, only to find the obnoxious Howard Arnell in attendance, and herself at the mercy of former classmates' ire. Meanwhile, Rhoda tags along in the hopes of finding a man. Shoes are removed, socks have holes - it's a whole thing! So we're talking about our experiences in high school, what high school reu…
 
In Cover Boy, Ted's brother comes to town. But their relationship is complicated and full of insecurity and resentment on both sides. Meanwhile, we discuss sibling rivalry, the difference between male and female insecurities, how we cope, and so much more! Fun Fact: Jack Cassidy, who plays Ted's brother Hal Baxter, was actually the inspiration for …
 
Ida Morgenstern is back in town, and this time she's determined to make Rhoda into her best friend! Yup, matching outfits and all. So we're talking about our relationship over the years, from Ariel's teen years into adulthood (whatever that means!) Along the way, Silvia talks about her relationship with her mother, how to form good, healthy relatio…
 
This week, Mary decides it's time to go back to school! Frustrated by her lack of certain skill sets at WJM, she enrolls in a television journalism class to broaden her abilities. Along the way she may or may not catch the eye of her teacher, too. Meanwhile, we talk about women working by choice, going back to school on your own dime, women working…
 
Mary and Rhoda decide to take a vacation to Mexico! But in the process of getting hooked up with the ultimate deals on accommodations, they fear they've been roped into becoming drug mules! So, naturally, we're talking about travel agents, travelling, and subtle racism! Because that just makes all the sense! Tune in this week for all the fun! Don't…
 
This week, we're talking all about blind dates, fix-ups, and where they go wrong while Lou tries to set Mary up with his best friend, Cooper. *SPOILER* It does not go well! It's a super light, super simple episode with a ton of laughs, so sit back, tune in, and enjoy! Of course, as always, share some of your stories with us on Facebook or Twitter! …
 
We're back with the second season of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Birds and ... um ... Bess! And the second season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show is pulling no punches! It all starts off with a bang ... pun intended. After WJM-TV airs a special on sexual education and finding out your sex IQ, Mary scores incredibly high. As a result, Phyllis enlist…
 
This week, Lou's job is at risk, so Mary rallies the troops to come to his aid. It takes the help of the rowdy new station owner, Wild Jack Munroe (Slim Pickens), to get Lou reinstated. All in all, it's a relatively innocuous end to the first season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. However, that doesn't stop us from making it a great end to our first …
 
The focus this week is on none other than our favourite Rhoda Morgenstern! The new man in her life, Chuck Pelligrini, seems too good to be true; he has all kinds of free time, tons of money, strange connections ... Rhoda and Mary start to suspect he may be part of the mob. But after bringing Rhoda to meet his Godfather, Chuck confesses he's actuall…
 
The new receptionist at WJM-TV is a "friend" from Mary's past; a sweet-as-pie woman named Twinks that Mary went to camp with ... 18 years ago! They haven't seen each other since. Until now, of course. And Twinks behaves as though not a single day had gone by, putting Mary on the spot to behave like her best friend in the world, and fill in as Maid …
 
Lou and his wife, Edie, have split up. The cause? After marrying off their last of three daughters, Edie decided she wanted something more than motherhood - she went back to college! But Lou doesn't approve, not understanding what more a housewife and mother could possibly want out of life. He learns the error of his ways, but not before Ariel is u…
 
Mary's mortified in this week's episode as she has to have her tonsils out. Her roommate - yep, in 1971, a tonsillectomy was an in-patient procedure - is a gruff, sassy broad whose manpanion comes by for a visit in between fights. And who is this dame with the 'tude? None other than the incomparable Pat "Urusla" Carol!Meanwhile, Silvia and Ariel ta…
 
In this week's episode, written by the prolific Gail Parent, Murray's real ambitions come to the fore: he's been moonlighting as a playwright. With little success until now, a small local theatre has finally agreed to produce his play, as Mary and Ted star! Unlike the fantasy Murray has in his head, however, it does not do well. Meanwhile, Ariel an…
 
This week, Mary gets burgled ... TWICE! What ensues is a load of shtick from two cops doing their best Abbot and Costello impression, a relentless barrage of women being referred to as "girls", and some grossly inappropriate conduct (that Rhoda, naturally, quickly puts in its place.) Along the way, Ariel and Silvia recount their own stories of bein…
 
Mary finds herself smitten with WJM-TV's returned globe-trotting reporter, John Corcoran. There's just one tiny problem - he's still married. Though separated, Mary can't quite shake the feeling that she's being played. While Mary sorts through her moral conundrum - to date the dashing, separated man, or not? - we discuss the dangers of charming me…
 
This week sees an interesting change of events as Mary is offered a new job at another network producing a women's talk show. The new job means more money, her own office, an assistant ... and she doesn't want any of it. The main reason? She can't stand the idea of saying goodbye to her WJM family. As we look at Mary's indecisiveness about taking t…
 
This week, Mary goes on a date with Paul Arnell. Only catch is she has to go through his parent's first. You see, she briefly dated their son, Howard, inviting him for a mixer back in Episode 2, Today I Am A Ma'am. He never really got over her, and neither did they. We discuss the difficulty of living in the shadow of a sibling, parental favouritis…
 
As Christmas rounds the corner, Mary finds herself forced to work not only Christmas day, but Christmas eve as well. Spending her first Christmas away from home was one thing, but now she's forced to spend it alone, too. Things take a delightful turn towards the end of the episode, while Ariel and Silvia discuss celebrating Christmas as an adult, a…
 
IMDb's synopsis for this week's episode is grossly misleading: Mary must deal with the amorous advances of WJM's obnoxious, and very young, new cameraman. Well, those "amorous advances" are really workplace sexual harassment. We dig pretty deep into this one, while discussing our own experience with sexual harassment and assault, at work and elsewh…
 
Mary volunteers Ted to speak at Phyllis's women's club, only to have him melt down when asked about Women's Liberation. Meanwhile, Ariel and Silvia discuss our continuing issues with Phyllis, the fragility of the male ego, artistic intent, the privilege of perspective, and the age old question: could men drink coffee before there were women to make…
 
This week we embrace some of The Mary Tyler Moore's lighter fare as Mary gets her taxes done by an amorous tax man, and has a few charming, if awkward, dates. We discuss some of our painfully awkward dates, the appeal of charmingly awkward men, and the fine art of taking a hint. Rate, review, and subscribe to the show on iTunes, and follow us on Fa…
 
Mary's swamped at WJM-TV, so she hires a secretary: Phyllis! But what started as a good idea quickly becomes a mistake, as Phyllis proves to be terrible at her job. When Mary has to fire her, Phyllis lets her true colours shine in a way we did not anticipate. We discuss the abject insecurity of being "just" a wife and mother that seems to influence…
 
It's a jam packed episode this week, as Rhoda's new boyfriend, Bob, falls for Mary, who is nominated for a Television Editor's Award - AKA a Teddy. Meanwhile, we discuss the first real conflict between Mary and Rhoda, toxic friendships, autonomy, love, and Rhoda's continued portrayal as a fiercely independent woman whose endgame is still, for some …
 
This week, Lou puts Mary in charge of election night coverage, while a blizzard completely cuts the WJM-TV team off from the results. Things get hectic as the crew begins to mutiny, and Mary has to make some uncomfortable decisions. While looking at the episode, Ariel and Silvia discuss the fine art of commanding authority while Female, the difficu…
 
Mary fills in for Ted while interviewing author Eric Matthews (Hamilton Camp) about his new book. During the segment, he asks Mary out, but there's just one teeny tiny catch - he's nearly a full head shorter than her. While going through this week's episode, Ariel and Silvia discuss the social strata of high school, confidence, finding your place, …
 
This week, Rhoda's mother, Ida, comes to town! Mary's forced to watch over her as Rhoda deals with their complicated relationship. As we work through the episode, we talk about regressing around our parents, the freedom that comes from independence, and the difficulty of being an adult, while also discussing the role of Jews in television at the ti…
 
This week, WJM's on the hunt for a new sportscaster just as luckless former pro-football player Frank Carelli (John Schuck) comes to town. An old friend of Lou's, Mary pushes Frank to audition, despite having no aptitude for broadcasting. In the end, he finds his purpose in the unlikeliest of places that seems the perfect fit. We discuss how career…
 
This week on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mary and Rhoda join the Better Luck Next Time Club, a group for divorced people looking to socialize and maybe meet a new spouse. Their reasoning? There's supposedly cheap flights to Paris involved. Things quickly spiral out of control thanks to their little white lie, and Mary has to come clean about their d…
 
This week, Mary plays mommy to Phyllis' precocious little girl, Bess. After a chicken pox scare, Bess goes to stay with Mary for a few days. But once the risk of infection is over, Bess doesn't want to go home. Tune in as we discuss everything from the difficulties of parenting and the pressures of being a mom, to hypochondria and cheesy montages. …
 
Welcome back to After All: A Mary Tyler Moore Podcast! This week, Ariel and Silvia are discussing the second episode of season 1, "Today I Am A Ma'am". After finding out they're no longer part of the "young demographic," Mary and Rhoda decide to take their singledom into their own hands by having a little gathering at Mary's apartment. Naturally, c…
 
Welcome to After All: A Mary Tyler Moore Podcast! This is a podcast dedicated to discovering and rediscovering the social, political, and personal impact of the Mary Tyler Moore Show.Hosted by mother-daughter duo Ariel Fisher (freelance writer and A Frame Apart co-host) and Silvia MacCon (co-founder and board member of Thornhill Lifelong Learning),…
 
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