Rhoda Season One arrives on DVD today,
MarchApril 21st, and thanks to Shout! Factory, I have one to give away to TVaholic readers. All you have to do is follow the easy instructions below, which amounts to leaving a comment on this post. Good Luck!
Rhoda premiered in 1974 on CBS. It was a spin-off of the hit The Mary Tyler Moore Show show and starred Valerie Harper (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Valerie) in the title role. The series also starred Julie Kavner (The Simpsons and Nancy Walker (McMillian & Wife, The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Guest stars during this season included John Ritter (Three’s Company), Linda Lavin (Alice), Howard Hessman (WKRP in Cincinnati), and the entire cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
What Are the Prizes?
- 1 – Rhoda Season One – 35th Anniversary Edition DVD Set – This DVD set includes all 25 episodes from the first season of the show on four discs. You’ll also find special features that include an all new featurette called “Remember Rhoda,” where creators James L. Brooks and Allan Burns revisit the success of the series and talk about its creation.
How Do I Enter?
Leave a comment on this post below as follows:
- Tell us your favorite memory of Rhoda.
- Or, tell us what interests you about watching Rhoda.
What Are the Rules?
- Limit one entry per person. Subsequent entries will be disqualified. Must be 18 and a legal resident of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia. Must include a valid email address, which we will only use to contact you, if your comment is selected as the winner. Odds of winning depend on number of legitimate entries. The use of automated devices to enter the giveaway is prohibited. There is no responsibility assumed by TVaholic.com for lost or late entries, or any computer, online telephone, or technical malfunctions that may occur.
- Each comment is time stamped. Entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT,
TuesdayMonday, May 4th, 2009. One number will be drawn at random using the random integer generator at Random.org and the corresponding comment will be selected as the winner.
- The winner will have five days to respond after being notified. Once winners have responded with a U.S. shipping address to claim their prize, the winner’s name and state will be added to this post. Prizes lost, stolen, or damaged during shipping cannot be replaced and winners are responsible for any taxes resulting from the receipt of prizes. Any and all guarantees and warranties of prizes are subject to the manufacturer’s terms and conditions, and winners agree to contact the prize manufacturers for any such warranty or guarantee claim.
What If I Don’t Win?
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- Get Rhoda Season One at Amazon or your favorite DVD retailer.
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And the Winner Is
- #7 -Karin Aaberg of Tenstrike, MN is the winner of Rhoda Season One on DVD.
Update 5.05.2009: Added winner information and sent email notification.
Comments on this entry are closed.
Running thru the city in her wedding dress, or almost any scene involving Nancy Walker.
What wonderful memories. How could one not enjoy the trials and tribulations of Mary Richards’ best friend as she finally grew to believe in herself. Valerie Harper shined as Rhoda. Nancy Walker and Harold Gould are icons! Soap Opera fans can see D.L. Brock before he wooed Bobbi Spencer on GH!
Thirty-five years!! How is that possible? It would be great to get re-acquainted with this show. I’m so glad it was filmed, rather than videotaped (better preservation, I think). Valerie Harper was always a favorite, from her later show, too. Few shows have been as rich with good spinoffs as Mary Tyler Moore’s.
Rhoda reminds me of when my kids were little and I used to always get them in bed earlier so I could watch Rhoda. It was my favorite “escapist” sitcom.
i always loved the conversations she had thru the intercom with the door man
Rhoda was a woman that ‘real women’ could relate to. She wasn’t the same cookie cutter prototype that seemed to be a requirement for starring in a series or movie. You go girl…
I’d much rather watch a comedy than a serious drama— perfect escapist fare.
I remember only seeing a few episodes— I don’t believe it was at our house because we only got one one channel one channel when I was a kid. (NBC)
Nancy Walker! :)
A fun Mary Tyler Moore spin off.
I remember Rhoda being one of the first shoes I really “watched” every week no matter what. She was so strong and funny and I loved Carlton the doorman! Plus I might have had a crush on Joe.
The opening song always put a smile on my face, and the ‘Hiya Rho’, ‘Hiya Bren’ between Rhoda and Brenda was awesome!
When Brenda talks, I hear Marge Simpson. Surreal.
This is my Mom’s favorite show, so I’d love to be able to give this to her, especially around Mother’s Day.
Its fun watching how they faced problems 35 years ago.
Out of the Mary and Rhoda pairing, Mary represented an ideal whereas Rhoda represented more of a reality. She was self deprecating but had a tenacity and level of self confidence that made her unique. The early days of the series were the grand payoff in terms of watching her go for what she wanted and GET IT. In hindsight the wedding episode may have come too soon but it made for one of the most memorable TV weddings ever – after all, nobody else ever rode the subway and ran through the Bronx in a wedding dress!
Best show was the wedding episode with Rhoda taking the subway in her gown.
Thanks to the 16 people who entered. I will be drawing the random number later today and will update this post with that information