The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Season 2 Episode 11

The Six-and-a-Half-Year Itch

Aired Saturday 9:30 PM Nov 27, 1971 on CBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Ted: You like my new jacket, Lou?
      Lou : No, I don't like your new jacket! At this moment, I don't like your face, your voice, your fingernails, your name! Waddya say to that?
      Ted : (looks slightly troubled) Would you like it better in green?

    • Lou : I haven't been this mad at anybody since…1944. Yeah…1944. That was the last time I let it all out.
      Mary: Did anything – much - happen?
      Lou: Huh? Oh. I captured a town in Germany.

    • Murray: (to Mary, about Lou) The way he was talking to me…the way he was talkin' to you before…like you were nothing! Like you didn't exist! I mean, he was treating you like I treat Ted!

    • Lou: You don't like Felinni, do you Ted?
      Ted: No, I don't eat Italian…too fattening.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Rhoda alludes to Helen Gurley Brown when talking about where she gets her ideas. Helen Gurley Brown in 1962 became the best-selling author of Sex and the Single Girl and was Editor-in-Chief of Cosmopolitan for many years, beginning in 1965.

    • Mary tells Lou that she and Rhoda are going to see the new Fellini film. Frederico Fellini is an Academy Award-winning, Italian filmmaker who rose to fame following World War II. His distinctive films often portrayed dreamlike scenes and hallucinations. In the 1970s, Fellini was at his peak in popularity.

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