Rhoda (1974–1978)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy


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After spending several years in her young adult life in Minneapolis but with her brash Bronx Jewish upbringing in tow and with its associated sarcasm, artistically inclined Rhoda ... See full summary »

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  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper, Todd Turquand 1974 CBS
  • "Rhoda" Valerie Harper c.1975 CBS
  • Valerie Harper in Rhoda (1974)
  • "Rhoda" David Groh, Valerie Harper 1975 CBS Copyright 1978 Gunther

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Creators:

James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, David Davis, Lorenzo Music

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5 November 1999 | Andy B-8
A funny show - great characters.
Being British I have never had the pleasure of watching any episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show from which this sitcom spun off from so I didn't know much about Rhoda's character in that show. However, I found this show very funny anyway.

Valerie Harper may be the lead but the show really shines because of the wonderful Julie Kavner as her sister and Nancy Walker as her interferring mother. Characterization is always very important in making a great situation comedy - just look at Cheers, The Golden Girls, Roseanne.

Carlton the Doorman was always good for a laugh even though you never saw what he looked like.

A very funny show.

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