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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'One Day At A Time' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'One Day At A Time':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

December 16, 1975: Ann's Decision
Season 1, episode 1
W: Allan Manings, Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Hal Cooper

A Norman Lear situation comedy about a newly-divorced woman and her two teenage daughters living in an apartment in Indianapolis. In the first episode, the oldest daughter wants to go on a co-ed camping trip, but her mother disapproves.

December 23, 1975: Chicago Rendezvous
Season 1, episode 2
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Don Richardson

With Lyman Ward (Steve Blanchard).
Ann's new airline pilot boyfriend invites her to spend the weekend with him.

December 30, 1975: Jealousy
Season 1, episode 3
W: Kevin Hopps   D: Noam Pitlik

With Rory Stevens (Jeff), Carla Borelli (Candy).
After Julie and Barbara spend a weekend with their father, they come home enthralled with his vivacious new girlfriend.

January 6, 1976: How To Succeed Without Trying
Season 1, episode 4
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Noam Pitlik, Gloria Monty

With Robert Mandan (Pete Holston), Sherry Danese (Miss Hefley), Louisa Moritz (Receptionist).
There's a man in Ann's life who has something she wants -- a job. But he has something else in mind.

January 13, 1976: David Loves Ann
Season 1, episode 5
W: Charlie Hauck   D: Don Richardson

Newly divorced Ann Romano is thrown into emotional turmoil by David's proposal of marriage.

January 20, 1976: Julie's Best Friend
Season 1, episode 6
W: Edward Kutner, Danny Simon   D: Don Richardson

Julie is obsessed with the idea that she must attend the same private school as her new rich friend, creating problems for Ann.

January 27, 1976: Super Blues
Season 1, episode 7
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Norman Campbell

With Fritzi Burr (Ginny), Don Diamond (Fred), John O'Leary (Harold).
David presses Ann into having a party so she can meet new people, but when Ann leaves Schneider out, she discovers there is more to him than meets the eye.

February 10, 1976: All The Way
Season 1, episode 8
W: Howard Ostroff   D: Norman Campbell

With William Kirby Cullen (Chuck Butterfield).
Julie and Ann face a crisis as Julie realizes she must come to terms with being a woman, and Ann with being a mother.

February 17, 1976: Fighting City Hall
Season 1, episode 9
W: John Hess   D: John Robins

With Ken Olfson (Mr. Faraday), Laurence Haddon (Clark), Ivan Bonar (Render).
Ann's militancy over a mistake in her phone bill becomes serious when the Secret Service visits her.

February 24, 1976: David Plus Two
Season 1, episode 10
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Howard Morris

With Susan Bay (Denny).
Ann catches David in a lie about another woman and begins to re-evaluate her feelings toward him.

March 2, 1976: Julie's Job
Season 1, episode 11
W: Frank Buxton   D: Howard Morris

With Stanley Adams (Arnie), Charles Lane (Herbert), Roy Stuart (Young Man), Suzanne Somers (Sondra), Jeannie Linero (Marilyn), John Zoller (Herbie), Jessamine Miller (Hattie).
Against her better judgment, Ann must let Julie learn from her own mistakes and accept a job which seems unsuitable.

March 9, 1976: The College Man
Season 1, episode 12
W: Michael Loman   D: Howard Morris

With Robby Benson (Ken).
Tempers flare when Julie's blind date turns out to have eyes for Ann.

March 16, 1976: Father David
Season 1, episode 13
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Howard Morris

With David Levy (Herbie), Donald Petrie (Pete), Derek Russell (Stretch), Pat Skelton (Hank), Cheryl Robinson (Sally), Chris Eastland (Chris).
David discovers there's more to fatherhood than he expected when he chaperones Julie and Barbara's "break training" party.

March 23, 1976: Dad Comes Back (1)
Season 1, episode 14
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Sandy Kenyon

With Joseph Campanella (Ed Cooper).
Ann's ex-husband drops in unexpectedly and Barbara hopes it will bring a reconciliation.

March 30, 1976: Dad Comes Back (2)
Season 1, episode 15
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Howard Morris

With Joseph Campanella (Ed Cooper).
Old feelings are rekindled as Ann's ex-husband makes his first overnight visit.





September 28, 1976: The Runaways (1)
Season 2, episode 1
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With William Kirby Cullen (Chuck Butterfield).
Season premiere. Julie turns to her boyfriend when she and her mother reach an impasse regarding education, employment and marriage.

October 5, 1976: The Runaways (2)
Season 2, episode 2
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With William Kirby Cullen (Chuck Butterfield), K Callan (Alice Butterfield), Howard Morton (Hal Butterfield), Jim B. Smith (Beer Belly).
Realizing that Julie has run away with Chuck, Ann desperately seeks a way to bring her home.

October 12, 1976: The Runaways (3)
Season 2, episode 3
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Mark Robinson (Dan), Lane Binkley (Mary), Howard Morton (Hal Butterfield), K Callan (Alice Butterfield), William Kirby Cullen (Chuck Butterfield), Kelly Britt (Rest Stop Rosey), Ron Vernan (Policeman), Jim Isaacs (Used Car Salesman).
The drifting Julie and Chuck learn a hard lesson on life from their "houseguests" while Schneider continues efforts to bring the runaways home.

October 19, 1976: The Runaways (4)
Season 2, episode 4
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With William Kirby Cullen (Chuck Butterfield), K Callan (Alice Butterfield), Howard Morton (Hal Butterfield), Henry Proach (Derelict).
Ann makes the toughest decision of her life when she finally comes face-to-face with her runaway daughter.

October 26, 1976: Barbara's Emergence
Season 2, episode 5
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant, Kevin Hopps   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Michael Goodrow (Hank Basso), Christopher Knight (Pete), John Putch (Bob Morton).
After a disastrous date with a high school hero, Barbara takes Julie's advice and tries to change her image.

November 9, 1976: David's New Job (1)
Season 2, episode 6
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Herbert Kenwith

David returns from Los Angeles with a job offer -- and asks Ann to be his wife.

November 16, 1976: David's New Job (2)
Season 2, episode 7
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Alan Brasington (Reverend Howland).
On the eve of her marriage to David, Ann is more than just a nervous bride as she comes to grips with what may be one of the most painful decisions of her life.

November 23, 1976: The Upholstery Ripoff
Season 2, episode 8
W: Bob Illes, James R. Stein   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Tom Lacy (Mr. Callahan), Charles White (Mr. Corcoran), William Neal Seals (Tiny).
Ann confronts a shady upholsterer.

November 30, 1976: Schneider's Pride And Joy
Season 2, episode 9
W: Michael S. Baser, Kim Weiskopf   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Mark Hamill (Harvey Schneider).
Schneider is on cloud nine when his nephew Harvey comes to visit, and Ann must decide whether to confront him with the news that Harvey is a thief.

December 7, 1976: A Visit From Dad
Season 2, episode 10
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Al Ruscio (Mr. Romano), Beeson Carroll (Policeman), Derrel Maury (Ben).
It's been two years since her divorce, but Ann's father still insists she can't make it on her own, and recent events may just prove him right.

December 14, 1976: The Maestro
Season 2, episode 11
W: Gy Waldron   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Hillerman (Mr. Connors), David Dukes (Byron DeVere), Dennis Burkley (Photographer).
Ann finds herself attracted to the piano player who has moved into the building.

December 28, 1976: Happy New Year
Season 2, episode 12
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul, Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Dick O'Neill (Orville), Fred Stuthman (Clifford), Nedra Volz (Mrs. Peabody).
The girls' resourcefulness spares the lonely residents of a retirement home another dismal New Year's Eve.

January 4, 1977: J.C. And Julie (1)
Season 2, episode 13
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With MacIntyre Dixon (Mr. Klagget), Stuart Lee (Jeff), Kate Sarchet (Celia).
Ann and Barbara are startled when Julie announces that she has found Jesus.

January 11, 1977: J.C. And Julie (2)
Season 2, episode 14
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With MacIntyre Dixon (Mr. Klaggett), Stuart Lee (Jeff), Marianne Ludwig (Janet).
Ann's dilemma over Julie's burst of enthusiasm for her first Christian project increases when the project means bringing a derelict home as a houseguest.

January 18, 1977: The New Car
Season 2, episode 15
W: Bob Illes, James R. Stein   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Joseph Campanella (Ed Cooper), John Putch (Bob Morton).
Ann's decision concerning a car for Julie and Barbara leaves everyone disappointed and frustrated, especially after the girls' father intervenes.

January 25, 1977: Schneider Loves Ginny
Season 2, episode 16
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Andre Pavon (Paco), Lee McLaughlin (Beer Belly).
Schneider invites Ann and the girls to a party where he anticipates receiving Ginny's breathless acceptance of his marriage proposal.

February 1, 1977: Ginny's Child
Season 2, episode 17
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Dick Van Patten (Frank).
Ginny is always depressed after her mysterious Sunday excursions.

February 8, 1977: Julie's Operation
Season 2, episode 18
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Tom Fitzsimmons (Dr. Blanchard), George Petrie (Dr. Danworth), Fran Ryan (Nurse), William Hunt (Dr. Stockley).
Ann's emergency call to find a doctor for Julie creates another emergency when it is answered by a physician whose age and bedside manner leave something to be desired.

February 15, 1977: The Traveling Salesperson
Season 2, episode 19
W: Joseph Bonaduce, Carol Gary   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Hillerman (Mr. Connors), Tom Tarpey (Mr. Harkins).
Ann's ecstasy over a big promotion is transformed into an agonizing decision when the job is stripped away and given to a less-qualified person.

February 22, 1977: The Butterfields
Season 2, episode 20
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Howard Morton (Hal Butterfield), K Callan (Alice Butterfield).
Julie writes Chuck a "Dear John" letter, while Ann finds herself in the middle of a feud between Chuck's parents.

March 1, 1977: Barbara Plus Two
Season 2, episode 21
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall).
Too many affirmative replies get Barbara in trouble on the night of a big dance.

March 8, 1977: The Singles Bar
Season 2, episode 22
W: Joseph Bonaduce, Bruce Howard   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Quinn O'Hara (Quinn), Conchata Ferrell (Phyllis McDermott), Johnny Haymer (Dentist), Roy Stuart (Bill), Wil Albert (Jim), Gwyda Donhowe (Ellie).
Ginny persuades Ann to go to a singles bar.

March 15, 1977: The College Question
Season 2, episode 23
W: Rick Mittleman   D: Herbert Kenwith

Tired from cramming for entrance exams, Julie decides she no longer wants to go to college.

March 22, 1977: The Girls Alone
Season 2, episode 24
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

Julie and Barbara stay home from a party to await a long-distance call from Ann.





September 27, 1977: The Older Man (1)
Season 3, episode 1
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Jim Hutton (Dr. Paul Curran), Judy Lewis (Mrs. Martin), Penelope Sudrow (Penny).
Julie collides with a parked car, cons her way into a job, and becomes infatuated with an older man, bringing an end to tranquility in the Romano household.

October 4, 1977: The Older Man (2)
Season 3, episode 2
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Jim Hutton (Dr. Paul Curran), Derrel Maury (John), Sue Ann Gilfillan (Marion), Joseph Della Sorte (Waiter).
When Paul asks Julie to accompany him on an out of town trip, Ann's temper overheats and Julie's feelings ignite, causing a too hot to handle situation.

October 11, 1977: The Older Man (3)
Season 3, episode 3
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Jim Hutton (Dr. Paul Curran), Derrel Maury (John).
Schneider, convinced that Julie's involved in an affair too hot to handle, rushes to her rescue, only to cause a wave of troubles for both Julie and Ann.

October 18, 1977: The Older Man (4)
Season 3, episode 4
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Joseph Campanella (Ed Cooper), Jim Hutton (Dr. Paul Curran).
Ed Cooper makes a wholehearted effort to dissuade his 17-year-old daughter Julie from marrying her 42-year-old veterinarian sweetheart.

October 25, 1977: Ann's Out Of Town Client
Season 3, episode 5
W: Dick Bensfield, Perry Grant   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport), Edward Andrews (Claude Quincy), Marie Reynolds (Polly Jackson), Adina Ross (Dora), Nancy Throckmorton (Waitress).
When Ann learns her top client expects that her business is to arrange for his pleasure, she is forced into a position someplace between her convictions and her career.

November 1, 1977: Bob Loves Barbara
Season 3, episode 6
W: Jack Elinson, Norman Paul   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Ray Underwood (Roger Altman).
Ann encourages Barbara's painfully bashful but ever-present worshipper to gather his courage and ask her for a date.

November 8, 1977: The Second Mrs. Cooper
Season 3, episode 7
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Fawne Harriman (Vickie Cooper).
Ann comes face-to-face with the new Mrs. Cooper -- only to learn that the girls haven't exactly been fair or kind to their new stepmother.

November 22, 1977: The Ghost Writer
Season 3, episode 8
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Alice Ghostley (Harriet Loring).
Under pressure to please her mother and do well in school, Barbara resorts to desperate measures.

November 29, 1977: Barbara's Friend (1)
Season 3, episode 9
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall), Lindsay V. Jones (Melanie Walsh).
Barbara pays a high price for kindness when a desperately friendly classmate reaches out for help.

December 6, 1977: Barbara's Friend (2)
Season 3, episode 10
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall), Lindsay V. Jones (Melanie Walsh), Nina Wilcox (Elizabeth Walsh), Richard Venture (Russell Walsh), Dana Gladstone (Doctor).
Barbara, guilt-ridden and confused, is convinced she's responsible for her classmate's overdose of sleeping pills.

December 13, 1977: Schneider's Kid
Season 3, episode 11
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Darrell Larson (Ronnie Baxter), Derrel Maury (John).
Ann, Julie and Barbara are startled when a handsome young man arrives at their door in search of his long-lost father -- but the biggest shock is Schneider's.

December 27, 1977: Ann's Crisis
Season 3, episode 12
W: Jennie Blackton, Joan Greenberg   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Sally Hightower (Cindy), Charlie Brill (Dr. Granger), Adina Ross (Dora).
On her 36th birthday, Ann looks in the mirror and for the first time realizes that a middle-aged woman is looking back.

January 3, 1978: The Race Driver (1)
Season 3, episode 13
W: Gy Waldron   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Peter Jason (Cam Randolph), Quinn O'Hara (Dixie).
Ann's new neighbor, a handsome race car champion, tries to find the key to her romantic ignition and generates some unexpected sparks in the process.

January 10, 1978: The Race Driver (2)
Season 3, episode 14
W: Gy Waldron, Kristan Kincade   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Peter Jason (Cam Randolph).
Ann's plans for romance backfire when her relationship with an exciting race driver takes a most sudden and unusual turn.

January 17, 1978: Ann's Secretary
Season 3, episode 15
W: James Burr Johnson, Pat Harrington Jr.   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport), Ellen Travolta (Mrs. Shaddock), Gloria LeRoy (Hortense Guersey), Lane Binkley (Leslie Cook).
Ann's new secretary would rather have everyone believe she's a drug addict than admit the much darker and deeper truth -- she's an epileptic.

January 30, 1978: Barbara's Rebellion
Season 3, episode 16
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Louis Guss (Motel Clerk), Michael Alldredge (Detective).
Jealous of Julie and starved for attention, Barbara decides it's time for a change, and starts by changing her reputation.

February 6, 1978: The New Owner
Season 3, episode 17
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Jan Miner (Rose Stegemuller).
When the apartment building is purchased by a woman, Schneider's romantic efforts to insure his superintendent's job may get him into more trouble than he can handle.

February 13, 1978: Ann's Competitor
Season 3, episode 18
W: Joseph Bonaduce, Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Shelley Fabares (Francine Webster), Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport).
When a flu-stricken Ann lets an eager co-worker take a stab at helping with a presentation, she has no idea her cunning competitor is aiming for her back.

February 27, 1978: The Dress Designer
Season 3, episode 19
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Fran Ryan (Eve), Gay Rowan (Chris).
Julie is in for a bundle of surprises when she enters a dress designing contest and figures her new career is all sewn up.

March 6, 1978: Take The Money
Season 3, episode 20
W: Arnold Horwitt   D: Herbert Kenwith

With J. Christopher Sullivan (Bank Guard), William Bogert (Bank Teller).
Julie and Barbara prepare for the worst when they plan on taking money they know couldn't be theirs.

March 13, 1978: Barbara The Fink
Season 3, episode 21
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Meegan King (Perry), Alice Ghostley (Harriet Loring), Kimberly Webster (Eileen), Derrel Maury (John).
Barbara is forced to choose between her friends and her principles when she witnesses her schoolmates committing a crime.

March 20, 1978: Julie's Big Move (1)
Season 3, episode 22
W: Joseph Bonaduce, Gy Waldron, Kristan Kincade   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Constance Forslund (Bunny), Richard Bekins (Carl), Michael Niederman (Roddy), Lloyd Bremseth (Skip).
Julie prepares to take what could be the biggest step of her 18 years -- the one out of her mother's home.

March 27, 1978: Julie's Big Move (2)
Season 3, episode 23
W: Bud Wiser   D: Herbert Kenwith

With Constance Forslund (Bunny), Lloyd Bremseth (Skip), Andrew Masset (Jimmy).
One of Julie's first steps as an independent woman is to invite Ann and Barbara to her new apartment for dinner.

April 3, 1978: Ann, The Father
Season 3, episode 24
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Putch (Bob Morton), William Schallert (Mr. Morton), Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall).
Ann gets caught in the crossfire when Barbara's painfully shy but suddenly rebellious friend Bob runs away from home and then gets collared in hers.





September 18, 1978: Father, Dear Father (1)
Season 4, episode 1
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Joseph Campanella (Ed Cooper), Camilla Carr (Waitress), Sean Kelly (Norman), Mark Montgomery (Jack).
Ann is shocked when her ex-husband announces that he can no longer make child support payments.

October 2, 1978: Ann's Friend
Season 4, episode 3
W: Anne Convy, Mitzi McCall   D: Alan Rafkin

With Arlene Golonka (Joyce Emerson), James Karen (Fred Emerson).
Ann's apparent success and enthusiasm for her new lifestyle become a problem when she unknowingly influences the wrong person.

October 16, 1978: Bob's New Girl
Season 4, episode 4
W: Jack Elinson   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall), Elissa Leeds (Peggy).
Barbara's worries about how she can brush off Bob Morton, her gentle, ever-present admirer, change abruptly when Bob and Ann come up with some unpopular alternatives.

October 23, 1978: Schneider's Helper
Season 4, episode 5
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With Brad Rearden (Jackie).
Barbara brings home a mentally retarded youth to help out while Schneider is ill.

November 6, 1978: Yes, Sir, That's My Baby
Season 4, episode 6
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With Scott Colomby (Cliff Randall), Elizabeth Raines (Sally Chadwick).
An unmarried classmate of Barbara's unexpectedly arrives at the Romano household with a baby.

November 13, 1978: The Dating Game
Season 4, episode 7
W: Gladys Christman   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nicolas Coster (August La Rocca), Joseph R. Sicari (Waiter).
Ann tries to work up the courage to ask a handsome business associate for a date.

November 20, 1978: Peabody's War
Season 4, episode 8
W: James Burr Johnson, Pat Harrington Jr.   D: Alan Rafkin

With J. Pat O'Malley (Harvey Peabody), Cliff Norton (Chet Bradley), Ron Prince (Lt. Harper).
An elderly neighbor of Ann's who is about to be evicted locks himself and a hostage in in the Romanos' apartment.

November 27, 1978: Jealousy (1)
Season 4, episode 9
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Greg Evigan (Doug), Randy Brooks (Brian), Steve Bonino (Lee).
Julie auditions for a spot in the band of Barbara's boyfriend and meets with a little too much success.

December 4, 1978: Jealousy (2)
Season 4, episode 10
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Greg Evigan (Doug), Randy Brooks (Brian), Steve Bonino (Lee).
Barbara's plan to win back her boyfriend from Julie sets Ann in a panic.

December 11, 1978: The Arab Connection
Season 4, episode 11
W: Doug Bailey   D: Alan Rafkin

With Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport), Aharon Ipale (Abdul Ben Halmi), Jack Wells (Reporter).
Ann's very important business meeting with a wealthy Arab coincides with Julie's sudden political activity.

December 18, 1978: Hold The Mustard
Season 4, episode 12
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Nona Manning (Sally), Sean Kelly (Tom), Vernon Weddle (Mr. Olsen), Brad Bucklin (John).
Barbara's new job becomes a full time problem when she doesn't take the responsibility that goes with it.

December 25, 1978: Girl Talk
Season 4, episode 13
W: Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

Ann and the girls face frostbite and starvation in the "scenic holiday cabin" they rented for the Christmas holidays.

January 17, 1979: The Married Man
Season 4, episode 14
W: Ed Jurist, Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With David Spielberg (Mark Harrison), Tom Stewart (Dr. Bowman).
Ann becomes caught up in her most serious romantic involvement since her divorce.

January 17, 1979: The Married Man (2)
Season 4, episode 15
W: Ed Jurist, Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With David Spielberg (Mark Harrison).
A smooth-sailing romance between Ann and a sportswriter hits the rocks.

January 24, 1979: The Married Man (3)
Season 4, episode 16
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With David Spielberg (Mark Harrison), Jack Dodson (Bernie).
Ann comes to a critical crossroads when she discovers a great deal about herself and the man she loves.

January 31, 1979: Going Nowhere
Season 4, episode 17
W: Jerry Winnick   D: Alan Rafkin

With Jay Leno (Bernard Shapiro).
Julie is depressed because her designing career seems to have reached a dead end.

February 7, 1979: Francine Strikes Again
Season 4, episode 18
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With Shelley Fabares (Francine Webster), Edward Grover (Albert Rutledge), Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport).
A conniving co-worker uses her feminine wiles to move in on Ann's most important account.

February 14, 1979: The Dental Hygienist
Season 4, episode 19
W: Ron Bloomberg   D: Alan Rafkin

With Teri Ralston (Cynthia Morgan).
Schneider becomes romantically involved with Ann's visiting friend.

February 21, 1979: The Piano Teacher
Season 4, episode 20
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Steve Franken (Victor Mulhern), Marcello Krakoff (Tommy).
A mistake by a delivery man leaves Ann with a grand piano and its owner lodged in her living room.

February 28, 1979: The Broken Nose
Season 4, episode 21
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Putch (Bob Morton), Jay Gerber (Dr. Fairmont), Scott Garrett (Dave).
Barbara learns a lesson about beauty after Schneider accidentally opens a door smack into her nose.

March 7, 1979: Mad For Each Other
Season 4, episode 22
W: Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With Wayne Powers (Nick Jamison), Hilly Hicks (Dan Spinner), Johnny Timko (Tom).
Julie falls for a young filmmaker whose temperament exactly matches her own.

March 18, 1979: The Graduation
Season 4, episode 23
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano), Anne Seymour (Estelle Cooper).
Barbara's high school graduation has arrived, but she's unsure if she wants to attend college at her father's alma mater.

March 25, 1979: Fear Of Success
Season 4, episode 24
W: Ron Bloomberg   D: Alan Rafkin

With Charles Siebert (Jerry Davenport), Norman Alden (Mr. Jenkins), Richard McKenzie (Herb Bellows), Beeson Carroll (Ted Kalkin), Tamara Long (Sonja Freemont).
A lucrative offer to direct public relations for a computer firm prompts Ann to give Mr. Davenport two weeks' notice.

April 8, 1979: Grandma Leaves Grandpa
Season 4, episode 25
W: Ron Bloomberg, Bud Wiser, Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano), Jeff Corey (Mr. Romano), Melanie Magruder (Messenger).
Ann's feuding parents announce that after 40 years of marriage, they are calling it quts.

April 15, 1979: Schneider Gets Fired
Season 4, episode 26
W: Kathryn Reback   D: Alan Rafkin

With Ronnie Schell (Fred Larson), John Furlong (Mr. Platt), Allison McKay (Mrs. Platt).
Schneider's free use of his apartment passkey almost costs him his job.





September 30, 1979: Back To School
Season 5, episode 1
W: Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With Ivor Francis (Professor Bradley), Steven Anderson (Elliot Newcombe), Karen Knotts (Lynn), Gina Russell (Carol).
Season premiere. Ann decides to enroll in the same college that Barbara is attending.

October 7, 1979: Pressure
Season 5, episode 2
W: Julie Kirgo, Dinah Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With Bob Harders (Brad).
Barbara's boyfriend Brad puts pressure on her to make a major decision about their relationship.

October 14, 1979: Julie's Wedding (1)
Season 5, episode 3
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Morgan Stevens (Fred), Michael Goldfinger (Cabbie).
Julie returns from a ski vacation and announces her plans to marry a man she's only known for a week.

October 21, 1979: Julie's Wedding (2)
Season 5, episode 4
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Peggy Rea (Emily), George Pentecost (Minister), Morgan Stevens (Fred), Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano).
Julie's wedding plans are disrupted by the best man's announcement that she loves him and not the groom.

October 28, 1979: Home Again, Home Again
Season 5, episode 5
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

Newlyweds Julie and Max return from their honeymoon to an apartment they can't afford because Max has been laid off from his job.

November 4, 1979: Between Mother and Daughter
Season 5, episode 6
W: Ron Bloomberg   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano), Helen Kleeb (Woman #1), Nedra Volz (Woman #2), Bruce Solomon (Dr. Grayson), Joseph R. Sicari (Waiter).
Julie's boss, a psychiatrist, comes to dinner and uncovers long-standing resentment between Ann and her mother.

November 11, 1979: Small Wonder
Season 5, episode 7
W: Dinah Kirgo, Julie Kirgo   D: Alan Rafkin

With David Coburn (Ted Loomis), Cam Roberts (Waitress), Kevin O'Brien (Scott), John Fragnoli (Joe).
A tutor hired to give Barbara a crash course turns his attention away from studying and toward Barbara.

November 25, 1979: Et Tu, Ann
Season 5, episode 8
W: Linda Marsh, Margie Peters   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Hillerman (Mr. Connors), Gary Dontzig (Craig Simmons).
Ann is suspected of wanting more than a helper when she hires a handsome and youthful assistant.

December 2, 1979: A Little Larceny
Season 5, episode 9
W: Ron Bloomberg   D: Alan Rafkin

With Dana Elcar (Captain), Terry Kiser (Parsons), Ernie Hudson (Desk Sergeant).
Barbara's methods of raising money for a trip to Florida get her in hot water and land Schneider in jail.

December 9, 1979: Heart Attack
Season 5, episode 10
W: Bob Baublitz   D: Alan Rafkin

With Yvonne Wilder (Dr. Bradshaw), Fran Bennett (Nurse).
Ann learns the alarming lesson that women under stress and pressure are just as susceptible to heart attacks as men.

December 16, 1979: Male Jealousy
Season 5, episode 11
W: Winston Moss   D: Alan Rafkin

Ann forgets she agreed to go to Schneider's lodge picnic and promises Max she will attend his company party, being held at the same time.

December 30, 1979: Happy New Year II
Season 5, episode 12
W: Perry Grant, Dick Bensfield   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nedra Volz (Emily), Dick O'Neill (Orville), Helen Kleeb (Glenda), David Fresco (Homer), Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano).
Ann, her family and Schneider are once again talked into staging a New Year's Eve show for the residents of the Utopia Park Retirement Hotel.

January 6, 1980: Schneider, The Model
Season 5, episode 13
W: James Burr Johnson, Pat Harrington Jr.   D: Alan Rafkin

With Bo Kaprall (Dudley Grant).
After a man-on-the-street chat with a newscaster, Schneider is offered a job as a male model, but becomes depressed when he learns the role he is to portray.

January 27, 1980: Triple Play
Season 5, episode 14
W: Ron Bloomberg   D: Alan Rafkin

With Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano), Rick Lenz (Arnold Bates), Beverly Sanders (Veronica).
A fast talking insurance man can't decide whether he would rather romance Barbara, Ann or Grandma Romano.

February 3, 1980: So Long, Mom
Season 5, episode 15
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

Barbara's desire to live near campus and Max's new job in Houston have Ann pondering the thought of living alone for the first time in her life.

February 10, 1980: Old Horizons
Season 5, episode 16
W: Bud Wiser   D: Alan Rafkin

With John Hillerman (Mr. Connors), Nanette Fabray (Katherine Romano), Barney Phillips (Harry Barofsky).
Grandma Romano moves to Indianapolis, takes an apartment in Ann's building and finds a job in her office.

February 17, 1980: Endless Elliot
Season 5, episode 17
W: Joseph Bonaduce   D: Alan Rafkin

With Steven Anderson (Elliot Newcombe).
Barbara is harassed by an overzealous suitor.


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