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In this spinoff of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mary's friend Rhoda moves out on her own and gets her own show.
After Rhoda and Joe are robbed, Rhoda blames the mishap on Carlton's lack of ability to handle his job, causing Carlton to be fired.
All of Rhoda's insecurities surface when she meets Joe's ex-wife, who turns out to be beautiful.
Ida finds herself tempted to have an affair with her doctor.
Rhoda and Joe have a difficult time trying to celebrate their first anniversary pleasantly when their tempers keep getting the best of them.
A psychiatrist tries to give the Gerards' party a boost by directing a group-encounter session, revealing some interesting suppressions from the guests.
That rotten job Brenda felt she held at the bank looks like a rose garden after she quits being a teller and is faced with the thorns of unemployment.
Seething tempers result when two of Rhoda and Brenda's closest friends take advantage of them.
To help the financial burden of a rent increase, Brenda takes on a roommate, but it's the beautiful roommate who turns out to be a real burden when she comes on strongly to Joe.
Mama Ida's innocent but overzealous desire to become a grandmother results in her arranging another rock-bottom date for Brenda.
Business is booming at Rhoda's window-dressing firm, due partly to her creative sketches, but also because of Myrna Morgenstern's "persuasive" sales pitches, something which Rhoda puts an end to.
Against his better judgment, Joe hires Nick, Brenda's obnoxious boyfriend, to become a wrecker at his demolition firm.
Rhoda's new, delightful, vivacious middle-aged neighbor becomes a threat to mother Ida.
Rhoda is determined to prove to her friends that women can have a great time without men, although she becomes dubious of her own theory when she tries it one night.
Somewhere in Rhoda's neighborhood, a burglar is walking the street, possibly going after her because she just might be the only person able to identify him.
Two's company, and three's a crowd, as both Brenda and Rhoda discover when they have uninvited guests moving in with them.
Torn between her pride at losing a huge account for her window-dressing firm, Rhoda battles with a stubborn though prosperous tuxedo chain-store owner who wants her to decorate his windows his way, or not at all.
Rhoda drills Brenda on the finer points of life, such as how to land a man, when Brenda's Mr. Right seems to be taking her for granted.
Rhoda, whose only real luck with a man has been with her husband Joe, finds herself playing marriage counselor to a couple who has been married for 12 years.
Martin is overjoyed when his best friend visits him after a 35-year hiatus, but is overwhelmed with insecurity when he recalls that his best friend was also once engaged to Ida.
Love beats a pathway to Brenda's door when a young federal agent uses her apartment to run a security check on the residence across the street.
The emotional, high-strung Ida Morgenstern demonstrates her knack for jumping to conclusions when hubby Martin begins to act very secretive.
Rhoda and Joe decide the only way they can spend more time together is to barricade themselves in their apartment, disregarding family, friends, work, and in short, the world.
When Brenda turns down his marriage proposal, Lenny, the hearbroken lad, quits his job and sinks into a fit of depression.
Rhoda has one little problem with money; she doesn't have any, and it's forcing her window-dressing firm out of business.
Julie Kavner(Brenda Morgenstern)
Valerie Harper(Rhoda Morgenstern)
David Groh(Joe Gerard)
Nancy Walker(Ida Morgenstern)
Lorenzo Music(Carlton the Doorman)
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