The station's new owner, Frank Coleman's been on a firing spree. When it comes to the 6 o'clock news,he's decides he has to get rid of the problem; begins the camera. Lou, Murray, Mary and Sue Anne are all fired - not Ted. In one of televisions best-loved series'final episode, the WJM gang goes out in style; with a few superiors before the lights are turned off.
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The eight main characters of the show (Mary, Lou, Murray, Ted, Rhoda, Phyllis, Sue Ann and Georgette) never all appeared in the same episode, until this series finale. Even in this episode, the characters never all appeared in the same scene - although the actors portraying these characters do appear together at the very end of the episode, for a curtain call. See more
I just wanted you to know that sometimes I get concerned about being a career woman. I get to thinking my job is too important to me, and I tell myself that the people I work with are just the people I work with. And not my family. And last night, I thought, 'what is a family, anyway?' They're just people who make you feel less alone... and really loved. And that's what you've done for me. Thank you for being my family.
When this episode originally aired on March 19, 1977, the closing credits featured a special "curtain call" ending by the regular cast members. Subsequent repeat airings showed a regular set of closing credits. See more
Referenced in St. Elsewhere: The Last One
Love Is All Around
Written and performed by Sonny Curtis See more