| Season 6, episode # 13|
|Network/Country:||CBS-TV / U.S.|
|Air date||January 16, 1978|
|Production code||613 (6x13)|
|Written by:||Thad Mumford|
|Directed by:||Hal Cooper|
|Guest starring:|| James Cromwell|
|IMDb:||The Obscene Phone Call|
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Maude changes her phone number to put a stop to the obscene phone calls she's been receiving, but when the calls continue, Maude suspects that the culprit is someone she knows.==Storyline== Maude has been receiving a series of obscene phone calls and she gets fed up and decides to change her phone number. Meanwhile, Maude throws a party at the house and invites her new temporary psychiatrist who has been filling in for her regular one as well as the renowned bore Hubie Binder, everyone is having a good time, but then suddenly the phone begins to ring.
Did You Know?
The episode marks the final appearance of Larry Gelman as Hubie Binder.
Cast (in Credits Order)
- Bea Arthur as Maude Findlay (as Beatrice Arthur)
- Bill Macy as Walter Findlay
- Adrienne Barbeau as Carol Traynor
- Conrad Bain as Arthur Harmon
- Rue McClanahan as Vivian Harmon
- Marlene Warfield as Ms. Victoria Butterfield