I hate spunk

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Ed Asner marked the 50 th anniversary of The Mary Tyler Moore Show by looking back at his most famous line from the series. Fifty years after the classic comedy's September 18, debut, Asner -- who played newsroom boss Lou Grant on the show for seven seasons -- posted a photo montage to commemorate the occasion. In the tweet, the year-old actor shared four photos from the groundbreaking s series, including two group pics of the cast and a still from the memorable premiere episode titled "Love Is All Around," in which his character told his new associate newsroom producer Mary Richards Mary Tyler Moore that she was too spunky and he didn't like it. Grant would later come around after hiring the young producer, following an interview that included inappropriate questions about her religion and marital status. In the caption to the post, Asner recalled that 50 years ago, he was "fortunate" enough to utter the iconic " I hate spunk" line to his co-star. The actor added that five decades later, he still embraces the words for what they represent.

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In fiction, most villains are used to dealing with the Damsel in Distress. They scream, they're easily subdued by grasping their Standard Female Grab Area , they're generally easy to dominate. This can get rather dull if it goes on for long enough. As a result, the villain tends to be pleasantly surprised when he captures an Action Girl and she puts up a fight.

In fiction, most villains are used to dealing with the Damsel in Distress. They scream, they're easily subdued by grasping their Standard Female Grab Area , they're generally easy to dominate. This can get rather dull if it goes on for long enough. As a result, the villain tends to be pleasantly surprised when he captures an Action Girl and she puts up a fight. Oh, he'll still hold her hostage.
She can turn the world on with her smile. She can take a nothing day, and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile. And she can't make it through the funeral of a clown without breaking into laughter. And in the first episode, she was just starting out as an associate producer for a TV station run by the crotchety Lou Grant. Mary was just a little perky for Lou, but she grew on him over the years.