Maude

1972, TV Show

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The Biz: Norman Lear Shares His Life Lessons

Every innovative producer benefiting from the creative surge in TV should offer a tip of the pork pie hat to Norman Lear. At 92, the trailblazing producer (All In the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude and many others), entrepreneur and activist looks back on his life and career in the new memoir Even This I Get to Experience (Penguin Press). We had the experience of recently chatting with the TV industry legend...  Read Full Article

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Season 1, Episode 22
Maude is looking forward to a smart dinner party but Walter gets home late, takes a nap, and wakes up grumpy and ready to battle. All Maude wants from Walter is a little friendly enthusiasm, advice as to which dress she should wear and, above all, reassurance that she will be the most beautiful woman at the party. Walter's cooperation stops considerably short of Maude's goals.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 3/13/1973

Season 1, Episode 21
Walter doesn't give what Maude is looking for.

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Paid | Amazon Instant Video Aired: 3/6/1973

Season 1, Episode 20
Well-educated and upper middle class, Maude Findlay is the archetypal feminist of her generation. She lives in suburban Tuckahoe, New York, with her fourth husband, Walter (Bill Macy), their divorced daughter, Carol (Adrienne Barbeau), and grandson Phillip. The cast also includes Rue McClanahan as Maude's best friend Vivian.

Paid | iTunes Aired: 3/6/1973

Season 1, Episode 20
Maude and Walter return from a fun-filled vacation with two of their best friends, Chuck and Vivian, only to learn that their friends' twenty-one-year marriage is breaking up. Maude needles a sleepy Walter into analyzing their own marriage -- which isn't too good an idea at one o'clock on Monday morning with only a few hours before Walter has to go back to work.

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The Biz: Norman Lear Shares His Life Lessons

Every innovative producer benefiting from the creative surge in TV should offer a tip of the pork pie hat to Norman Lear. At 92, the trailblazing producer (All In the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude and many others), entrepreneur and activist looks back on his life and career in the new memoir Even This I Get to Experience (Penguin Press). We had the experience of recently chatting with the TV industry legend... read more

VIDEO: Which All in the Family Scene Still Makes Norman Lear Cry?

TV writer-producer Norman Lear is a true pioneer — not only in the sense that he created such legendary sitcoms as All in the FamilyMaude and The Jeffersons, but also because he tackled topics such as menopause, impotence and even transgender issues when they were still taboo.

In an interview with Katie Couric, Lear, 92, says he still chokes up when watching the All in the Family scene in which Edith (Jean Stapleton) discusses her friend Beverly — whom Lear describes as "a transsexual, a man who'd become a woman" — getting murdered.

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Weekend TV: Rosemary's Baby, Penny Dreadful and Remembering Murphy

The devil made them remake it. What other excuse can there be for NBC's glossy but laborious two-part revisiting of the Ira Levin supernatural classic Rosemary's Baby (Sunday, 9/8c, concludes next Thursday)? Perversely scheduled to begin on the evening of Mother's Day, this unnecessarily expanded miniseries version owes a huge debt to The Omen for many of its telegraphed shocks.

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Diff'rent Strokes Star Conrad Bain Dies at 89

Conrad Bain, the actor best known for playing Phillip Drummond on Diff'rent Strokes, died Monday in Livermore, Calif. He was 89.

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Premiered: September 12, 1972, on CBS
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Premise: The popular---at times controversial---`All in the Family' spin-off headlined by the anti-Archie Bunker: the indomitable, outspoken and passionately liberal Maude Findlay. Politics, of course, was a heated topic in many episodes. But the most memorable ones addressed such social issues as alcoholism, mental illness and abortion with intelligence and compassion. Bea Arthur received Emmy nominations for several years, finally winning in the 1976-77 season as Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series.

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