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"Maude the Boss"
Season 3, episode # 11
# 57 overall in series (141 episodes)
"Maude" episode
Series: Maude
Network/Country: CBS-TV / USA
Air date November 25, 1974
Production code 310 (3x11)
Teleplay by: Rod Parker, Bob Schiller & Kim Weiskopf
Story by: Lloyd Garver & Ken Hecht
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Guest starring: Herb Edelman
Ted Chapman
Gerald Hiken
Brian Morrison
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Maude the Boss was the 11th episode of Season 3 of Maude, also the 57th overall episode in the series. Prepared for TV as a teleplay written by Rod Parker, Bob Schiller and Kim Weiskopf from a story penned by Lloyd Garver and Ken Hecht , the episode, which was directed by Hal Cooper, premiered on CBS-TV on November 25, 1974.

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Synopsis[]

Maude gets promoted to Office Manager at her work. One man that reports to her does not take her seriously and tries to sabotage Maude's work.

Summary[]

Maude is promoted at her real estate agency. She is now working as office manager with three men who report to her. Two of the men don't have a problem with a female boss, but one does and tries to sabotage Maude at every turn, which quickly makes the transition as uncomfortable as possible for everyone. Guest starring Herb Edelman, over a decade before he'd regularly appear with Arthur and McClanahan on The Golden Girls as Arthur's ex-husband.

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Trivia

Herb Edelman (Woody) would go on to portray Dorothy Zbornak's (Bea Arthur) ex husband Stan Zbornak on the NBC-TV sitcom series The Golden Girls.

Cast (in credits order)[]

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Guest Stars/Recurring Cast[]

  • Herb Edelman as Woody
  • Ted Chapman as Tony
  • Gerald Hiken as Bud
  • Brian Morrison as Phillip Traynor, Carol's son

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