Rhoda

Season 1 Episode 10

The Honeymoon

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Aired Unknown Nov 04, 1974 on CBS
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The Honeymoon
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Rhoda and Joe's honeymoon cruise doesn't turn out the way they expected.

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Julie Kavner

Julie Kavner

Brenda Morgenstern

Harold Gould

Harold Gould

Martin Morgenstern

Nancy Walker

Nancy Walker

Ida Morgenstern

Valerie Harper

Valerie Harper

Rhoda Morgenstern Gerard

David Groh

David Groh

Joe Gerard

Lorenzo Music

Lorenzo Music

Carlton, the Doorman (voice only)

Marjorie Bennett

Marjorie Bennett

Mrs. Fosner

Guest Star

Charles Lane

Charles Lane

Mr. Fosner

Guest Star

Burt Mustin

Burt Mustin

Sleeping Man

Guest Star

Richard Masur

Richard Masur

Nick Lobo

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Rhoda: Here we are, one day married. Nothing is different. I mean, well, one thing's different. For the first time in my life there's a stomach muscle that's relaxed.

    • Brenda: Mrs. Gerard. I bet it feels funny hearing that for the first time.
      Rhoda: What first time? Ma kept introducing me like that all last night. "This is Mrs. Gerard. Thank God!"

    • Brenda: Pop had a few drinks and asked people to guess what the wedding cost.
      Rhoda: No!
      Brenda: And Ma had a few drinks and told them.
      Rhoda: You're kidding me.
      Brenda: You know, the last thing I remember was all our aunts walking into the sunset, each one carrying a centerpiece.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Richard Masur appears for the first time as Nick Lobo, the accordian player from Joe and Rhoda's wedding - however, it was another actor (an actual real life accordian player) who appeared in the wedding episode.

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