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The marathon will air on Jan. 28 starting at 6:00 a.m. ET. The Sundance TV tribute follows news that CBS will air an hourlong special, Mary Tyler Moore: Love Is All Around on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Moore’s eponymous show ran on CBS for seven years.
The full list of the 24 episodes to air along with a synopsis is below:
Episode 701: “Mary Midwife”
Mary’s apartment turns into a delivery room when Georgette gives birth at a party.
Episode 702: “Mary the Writer”
Mary tries her hand at creative writing.
Episode 703: “Sue Ann’s Sister”
Sue Ann battles her younger sister for attention.
Episode 704: “What’s Wrong With Swimming?”
Mary hires a woman sportscaster.
Episode 705: “Ted’s Change of Heart”
Ted Baxter suffers a mild heart attack.
Episode 706: “One Producer Too Many”
Lou makes Murray a co-producer after he gets an offer from another station. Mary is not happy about this situation.
Episode 707: “My Son, the Genius”
Ted and Georgette’s adopted son is failing school — because he has a genius I.Q. and is bored by his classes.
Episode 708: “Mary Gets a Lawyer”
A frightened Mary Richards faces a contempt charge for refusing to reveal a news source, and her lawyer doesn’t make the legal battle any easier as he spends more time researching ways to win her than on the case.
Episode 709: “Lou Proposes”
Can two hard-nosed, staunch journalists alter their news world to make room for a married life together? Lou Grant follows up on a strong lead, though this time from his heart, when he proposes to Mary Richards’ Aunt Flo.
Episode 710: “Murray Can’t Lose”
The word is out that Murray is a sure thing to win at this year’s Teddy awards.
Episode 711: “Mary’s Insomnia”
Lou is concerned about Mary’s possible addiction to sleeping pills.
Episode 712: “Ted’s Temptation”
A beautiful young reporter attempts to seduce Ted Baxter.
Episode 713: “Look at Us, We’re Walking”
Mary and Lou try to put up a united front in wage negotiations with the station.
Episode 714: “The Critic”
The new six o’clock news critic starts attacking the residents of Minneapolis.
Episode 715: “Lou’s Army Reunion”
A distraught Lou is caught in a vise between rejecting a favor for an old, Casanova army buddy who once saved him from the stockades, or granting his request and subjecting Mary Richards to a date with him.
Episode 716: “The Ted and Georgette Show”
Ted and Georgette Baxter become the stars of their own television show.
Episode 717: “Sue Ann Gets the Ax”
Sue Ann Nivens is faced with unemployment when her show is canceled.
Episode 718: “Hail the Conquering Gordy”
Gordy Howard, former weatherman for WJM-TV, returns to Minneapolis for a visit after signing a contract to host a morning network show in New York. Thrilled over his success, the news staff can barely await his arrival, especially Ted, who plans to con Gordy into letting him co-host the network show.
Episode 719: “Mary and the Sexagenarian”
Mary causes some raised eyebrows when she begins to date Murray Slaughter’s father.
Episode 720: “Murray Ghosts for Ted”
Murray suffers the pains of being Ted’s ghostwriter when a small article he writes for the anchorman for $200 turns out to be worth $2,500 to Reader’s Digest, not to mention the fame and glory Ted is gobbling up.
Episode 721: “Mary’s Three Husbands”
After a long day Lou, Murray and Ted have a drink and fantasize what it would be like to be married to Mary.
Episode 722: “Mary’s Big Party”
Mary hopes that finally she’ll have one dinner party that is not a disaster. Tonight Johnny Carson is going to make an appearance and then the lights go out.
Episode 723: “Lou Dates Mary”
Lou Grant and Mary Richards dating? Even they don’t believe it’s happening, although they give it a try.
Episode 724: “The Last Show”
In the series finale, WJM’s owner decides a housecleaning is in order and fires the entire newsroom staff except for anchorman Ted.
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