|Mary Tyler Moore||Actress|
|Source:||20th Century Fox|
Closed Caption; Audio commentary on selected episodes; All-new documentary: "8 Characters in Search of a Sitcom"; Original 1973 documentary: "Moore on Sunday"; Emmy award show clips; All-star trivia challenge; Mad magazine parody; Theme song karaoke track; Photo gallery
I am looking forward to the release of Season 3. I hope it doesn't take as long as Season 2 did.
Mary Tyler Moore Show combines real life situations with humor that we all can relate to in our own circumstances without being rude, crude, or obnoxious. I believe the TV shows of the 60's & 70's are better than the ones we have on Television today. They were real and dealt with touchy subjects delicately...they did not teach immorality was o.k. or use vulgarity, detailed sexual content, or graphic violence to get the viewers attention. Over the years the Networks have gradually desensitised the public by shocking them a little more each year with the content of their new seasons' shows in order to win the rating war. How sad it is...no wonder our children think nothing of killing or defacing property...including their own. The unfortunate result is generations that have no respect for authority, life, or the values this nation was founded on. The message of youth today is not Do unto others as you would have them do unto you; rather it is, do what you want because you don't have to pay the consequences.... The kids and some of their parents have no clue what it means to be responsible and respectful of others and their life and property. This sit com series always teaches the right in every situation. It skillfully addresses life and respect of others; as well as, the message of equality and loving all people...even Ted. :)
Has anyone else noticed that the promised clips of the Emmy Awards as well as other extras are not included in this? Can anyone help out?
Watching the Mary Tyler Moore Show reruns is like going home. It brings me back to the day when the world was at my feet and the possibilities were endless. I wanted to be just like Mary Tyler Moore, and for the most part, I accomplished that. She was an inspiration in her independence, quick wit and compassion. The interplay of characters in the show is brilliant and every episode is funny and engaging. Love it, love it, love it. Worth every penny. I will buy the complete set! Thank you Mary, Mr. Grant, Ted, Rhoda, Phyllis and Sue Ann !