| Season 1, episode # 17|
|Network/Country:||CBS-TV / U.S.|
|Air date||February 6, 1973|
|Production code||117 (1x17)|
|Teleplay by:||Pamela Herbert Chais|
|Story by:||Norman & Harriet Belkin|
|Directed by:||Hal Cooper|
|Guest starring:||Dick Wesson|
|IMDb:||Arthur Moves In|
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|"Arthur Moves In"|
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Arthur is staying with the Findlay's, but he is overstaying his welcome.
Arthur quickly wears out his welcome with both Maude and Florida after he must move in due to fire damage at his house. After one demand too many, Maude insists that Walter tell Arthur to get out.
Did You Know?
- Maude turns the TV set on to hear that Betty White was mentioned as one of Johnny Carson's guests. Betty White, who over a decade later, would go on to co-star with Bea Arthur and Rue McClanahan in NBC-TV's The Golden Girls.
One of Arthur's "grenades" is shown rolling towards the back of the white chair.
- Soundtrack Credits
- And Then There's Maude (series theme song) - Lyrics by Marilyn Bergman (as Marilyn) and Alan Bergman, Music by Dave Grusin, performed by Donny Hathaway
Cast (in Credits Order)
- Bea Arthur as Maude Findlay (as Beatrice Arthur)
- Bill Macy as Walter Findlay
- Adrienne Barbeau as Adrienne Barbeau
- Conrad Bain as Arthur Harmon
- Esther Rolle as Florida Evans