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Old 04-10-2013, 09:28 AM   #16
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Here you go, Jenny, and for anyone else that missed it too: http://www.katiecouric.com/on-the-sh...ive-interview/. It was a good show.
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Here you go, Jenny, and for anyone else that missed it too: http://www.katiecouric.com/on-the-sh...ive-interview/. It was a good show.

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Old 06-29-2013, 12:18 PM   #18
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I just got up from bed! Am I dreaming???!!!
Yea, I can't wait for that show.
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Old 09-01-2013, 04:24 PM   #19
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Valerie Harper, Mary Tyler Moore, Betty White & More Reunite on "Hot in Cleveland" (PHOTOS)
9/1/2013


Mary & Rhoda are back together. Valerie Harper and Mary Tyler Moore will reunite on screen with fellow "Mary Tyler Moore" co-stars in the "Hot in Cleveland" season finale.

In the 1-hour Season 4 finale, Elka (Betty White) and Mamie (Georgia Engel) reunite their bowling team -- their former "Mary Tyler Moore Show" co-stars Moore, Harper and Cloris Leachman -- and Joy (Jane Leeves), Victoria (Wendie Malick) and Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli) date a professor, director and surgeon.

Other guest stars include George Hamilton and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.





The "Hot in Cleveland" episode featuring the "Mary Tyler Moore" reunion filmed in the spring of 2013 after Harper announced her battle with terminal cancer. Since then, Harper's cancer is close to remission, her doctor said.

There are rumors that Harper will compete on Season 17 of "Dancing With the Stars".



The reunion episode airs Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 10pm ET on TV Land.

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One big plot hole was that if all the MTM characters were other characters in a bowling league in 1962, that Georgia Franklin was only 14 in 1962 (born in 1948!) Her character must have been a hell of a bowler to hang out with women in their late 20's, and 30's.

Georgia was a hottie back in the day. That is not her personna, but she was. Her character on MTM was always a lot older than her real age. She was only in her mid/late 20's when she was on MTM. She always kept this character. She was really gorgeous (and still pretty as a woman in her 60's).

Mary Tyler Moore I think has had some plastic surgery because her face was really tight in the episode. She is and was very beautiful. I think that it is sad when women her age chase youth instead of just growing old gracefully (if there is such a term). I liked when the Valarie Harper character hoped that she would "get fat". Nope.
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One big plot hole was that if all the MTM characters were other characters in a bowling league in 1962, that Georgia Franklin was only 14 in 1962 (born in 1948!) Her character must have been a hell of a bowler to hang out with women in their late 20's, and 30's.

Georgia was a hottie back in the day. That is not her personna, but she was. Her character on MTM was always a lot older than her real age. She was only in her mid/late 20's when she was on MTM. She always kept this character. She was really gorgeous (and still pretty as a woman in her 60's).

Mary Tyler Moore I think has had some plastic surgery because her face was really tight in the episode. She is and was very beautiful. I think that it is sad when women her age chase youth instead of just growing old gracefully (if there is such a term). I liked when the Valarie Harper character hoped that she would "get fat". Nope.
Georgia was hot back then and still is. All of these women are beautiful.
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Has it been stated how old Mamie Sue is? If the gang bowled in 1962, that 51 years ago so if they were all in their 20's. Now they all must be in the 70's. Maybe Betty was the oldest of the bowlers for Elka has stated she is 91.
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Has it been stated how old Mamie Sue is? If the gang bowled in 1962, that 51 years ago so if they were all in their 20's. Now they all must be in the 70's. Maybe Betty was the oldest of the bowlers for Elka has stated she is 91.

Cloris is close to 90, also and Georgia Engel is only 64. I guess her character is supposed to be older.
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Has anyone officially mentioned why the guys couldn't be on this episode? Someone from the Hot Facebook page answered me, but took their reply down quickly.
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I thought they were good, the one who really seemed to have aged is Mary. She could barely talk, it would have been nice to also see Lou, Murray, Gordy.
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I thought they were good, the one who really seemed to have aged is Mary. She could barely talk, it would have been nice to also see Lou, Murray, Gordy.

Unusual, and of course sad to note.

Does anyone know the "official" reason why none of the guys were there? I know Mary tried to bring Ted there in spirit with her initial greeting.
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I thought they were good, the one who really seemed to have aged is Mary. She could barely talk, it would have been nice to also see Lou, Murray, Gordy.

She's also the only one who's been dealing with diabetes for the last 44 years. It takes a toll and I admire her for her bravery and willingness to be in the public eye in spite of people openly commenting on her physical shape, which she can't help. She could easily choose to be a shut-in, but she keeps forging ahead instead. Thank you, Mary!
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