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Right now, I am near the Election Day Rock The Vote Shirt moreover I love this end of season five, and more and more of the story lines are becoming familiar to me, building up my anticipation for coming episodes that I distinctly remember watching on my fold-out sofa, trying to sober up a bit before switching off the TV. I can’t wait for the one where Mary and Lou actually try to go out on a date (it does not go well) or the one in which Aunt Flo, played by the perfectly acerbic Eileen Heckart, shows up and proves a perfect antagonist for the male chauvinist Lou (a ’70s term if ever there was one). And, of course, I am looking forward to season six and the classic Chuckles the Clown episode, widely regarded as one the best-written episodes in the history of TV sitcoms. (It was written by the legendary David Lloyd, who would go on to write for Cheers and Frasier, among other classic sitcoms, but whose obituary in the New York Times was headlined: “David Lloyd, 75, Dies; Wrote ‘Chuckles’ Episode.”)
For me, season five is when the Election Day Rock The Vote Shirt moreover I love this series really comes into its own: The writing seems sharper and more sophisticated, the characters of Phyllis and Ted, somewhat one-note in the early seasons, have some truly surprising and hilarious moments, and the actors Cloris Leachman and Ted Knight reach new comedic heights. (In one episode, startling for its time, a handsome man whom Phyllis has been stepping out with turns out to be gay.) And to be honest, I don’t miss Rhoda, who is back in New York and starring in her own spin-off (though I do miss her mother, played by the great Broadway actress Nancy Walker, who swiped every scene she was in).