I know they had a father/daughter type relationship (except the episode when they dated and kissed), but do you think Lou ever thought about slipping Mary his stubby, fat, hairy sausage?
No, he always thought of her as another daughter.
Lou was in his 40s during the course of the show. 40s have changed a lot since then.
Damn, OP, that's classy.
You should definitely facebook that.
Your two friends will LOVE it.
Ed Asner was 41 when the Mary Tyler Moore Show started. He was around 48 in Roots. He looked like an old man already at both ends of the decade.
SHUT DOWN IMMEDIATELY
Nonsense, it is the first of many, many Valentine's day threads.
I'll bet you were the brightest in your class, weren't you?
There was an episode where they had a date, Mary cooked dinner for Lou at her apartment (the new one, next door to Laverne). They kissed and both started cracking up laughing. So, yes, there was some sexual tension/awareness, but both realized neither could act on it.
Sue Ann Nivens
M-m-m-m-m-m-m-Mister Graaaaaaaaaaaaant! Y-y-y-y-y-y-you came in my moooooooooouth!
Mary seemed similar in personality to Lou's ex-wife Edie. However, the episode with Lou dating Rhoda seemed strangely natural and charming. They seemed like a great couple unlike Mary and Lou, which was ridiculous.
"M-m-m-m-m-m-m-Mister Graaaaaaaaaaaaant! Y-y-y-y-y-y-you came in my moooooooooouth!"
Guess Lou isn't the only one who hates spunk (R10)!!
Lou didn't like "skinny" women, as he said several times.
Every man alive -- gay or straight -- thinks about having sex with co-workers that might be considered attractive, and even some who wouldn't. Whether they act on it or is another story.
I'd lick his shitter!
I love spunk!
Buck never would've asked such a ridiculous question, OP.
If I remember correctly, wasn't Sue Ann Nivens (Betty White) hot for Lou?