Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 09, 1974
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
Genre

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Rhoda

Rhoda Morgenstern was born in the Bronx in December 1941. She's always felt responsible for World War II. She had a bad puberty. It lasted 17 years. She's a college graduate, she went to art school. She decided to move out of the house at the age of 24. Her mother still refers to this as the time she ran away from home. Now she's back in Manhattan!

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05x09 The Total Brenda Aired: Dec. 09, 1978

When Benny starts to feel down-and-out, Brenda tries to cheer him up by catering to his every whim.

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 5 seasons and 110 episodes air between 1974 and 1978.

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  • There originally was another Morgenstern sister named Debbie. She appeared on an episode of the Mary Tyler Moore Show, but didn't make the transition to Rhoda.
  • A novelty song called "Who is it?" was recorded by Lorenzo Music, credited on the label as being by 'Carlton, Your Doorman'. The song is framed by studio singers singing "Who is it?/Who is…
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    A novelty song called "Who is it?" was recorded by Lorenzo Music, credited on the label as being by 'Carlton, Your Doorman'. The song is framed by studio singers singing "Who is it?/Who is it?/Who guards the front door whenever he can?/ Who is it?/Who is it?/(Intercom sound, Music's speaking voice distorted as if coming through the intercom) "Hello, this is Carlton, your doorman". This is followed by Music as Carton, speaking in character in rhyme, with the pattern repeated a few times till the end when he says, "So long, this was Carlton, Your Doorman."
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  • In an interview in the April 17-23, 1976 issue of TVGuide, Lorenzo Music said that a number of actors read for the part of Carlton, including Foster Brooks who was offered, but then turned…
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    In an interview in the April 17-23, 1976 issue of TVGuide, Lorenzo Music said that a number of actors read for the part of Carlton, including Foster Brooks who was offered, but then turned down the role. Music went on to say that he and the other producers decided to make Carlton a drunk because Carlton was going to be a voice only character and "that's the simplest kind of voice characterization there is".
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