Last Episode07x24 The Last Show Aired: Mar. 19, 1977
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Series Fun Facts
- When casting the part of Sue-Anne Nivens, producers were stumped for an actress to take the role. They wanted "someone like Betty White." Eventually, someone asked "Why not cast Betty…
[show]When casting the part of Sue-Anne Nivens, producers were stumped for an actress to take the role. They wanted "someone like Betty White." Eventually, someone asked "Why not cast Betty White?"
- Mary's house, which appears in the opening credits, is still standing in Minneapolis, Minnesota - the city in which the show takes place.
- Often, during particularly uproarious episodes, you can hear producer James L. Brooks laughing from the studio audience. He has a very distinct and drawn out "hahhh hahhh hahh" guffaw.