Congresswoman Maude arrives in Washington, D.C.
A death radically alters Maude's life.
Maude plans to work for a congresswoman friend.
Phillip learns why an older woman is interested in him.
Maude confronts Victoria's self-righteous father.
Arthur learns a valuable lesson when he tries to teach his grandson the important things in life.
Carol's ex-husband suddenly turns on the charm and captivates the Findlay household.
Maude and Vivian go back to college for their 30-year reunion.
Maude's Ethiopian foster child visits the Findlays.
Walter feels like a coward after a restaurant fire.
Maude recruits friends and family to perform on a telethon.
Maude receives several obscene telephone calls.
Maude's latest real-estate deal has dangerous repercussions.
Maude's Christmas celebration turns out quite differently than she expected.
Maude and Walter compete for business leader of the year.
Outraged Arthur tries to close a bar for homosexuals.
Walter is jealous of Maude's attraction to an ecologist.
Arthur leads a doctors' strike - with serious complications.
A birthday party for Phillip gets out of control.
Maude persuades Walter to give a woman a raise.
Victoria's stern father disapproves of her liberated ways.
Maude spots a UFO over Tuckahoe.
Maude insists that Phillip ask a friend to stay the night.
Feeling guilty, Maude invites her aunt Tinkie to visit.
Maude suspects her maid applicant is a pickpocket.
Angry Maude wants Mrs. Naugatuck out of the house.
Arthur's sudden interest in romance panics Vivian.
Walter feels rejected when Arthur gets a new best friend.
Maude's aunt Lola (Eve Arden) covets Bert.
Maude looks for the reason for Vivian's erratic behavior.
Maude is shocked to see an old friend in a wheelchair.
An overly amorous housepainter threatens Maude and Vivian.
Arthur operates on his college roommate, a practical joker.
Walter forbids Maude to have lunch with a divorced man.
An admiring cousin upsets Maude's fund-raising efforts.
Arthur makes an offer that brightens Walter's Christmas.
Burglary-victim Maude insists guns are not the solution.
A couple visiting the Findlays proposes mate-swapping.
Maude wants to make Mrs. Naugatuck's wedding day perfect.
Walter dreams about Arthur just before their fishing trip.
Maude agrees to go on a TV game-show with Vivian.
Carol's latest boyfriend upsets Maude.
Maude visits Walter after his suicide attempt.
Despairing Walter disappears.
Walter hears some very bad news.
Maude unwittingly worsens Mrs. Naugatuck's nuptial woes.
Maude is locked in a closet with her ex-husband Chester.
Maude makes Vivian attend a not-so-close friend's funeral.
Maude begins to distrust an ex-convict she hired as a cook.
Maude tries to prevent Carol's all-out bid for a promotion.
A literary authority rejects Maude for Viv as a lunch date.
The Findlays lose patience with Maude's freewheeling nephew.
Almost-citizen Mrs. Naugatuck is suddenly hospitalized.
Maude plans a Bicentennial salute to womanhood.
Maude persists in spearheading a movement to draft Henry Fonda for president despite his continued protests.
Police arrest Walter for lewd behavior.
Reports disagree on how Maude's punch bowl was broken.
Walter fears that his annual Christmas party will be ruined by a women's rights activist.
Maude must dispose of her ex-husband's ashes.
Maude questions Walter's ethics in enticing an investor.
Arthur refuses to be open with Vivian about his finances.
Bogus doctor Walter faces a real medical emergency.
Maude pours out her deepest feelings to a psychoanalyst.
A chance meeting with her ex-husband sparks an old flame for Vivian.
Mrs. Naugatuck's tall tales are expensive for everyone.
Vivian's dog dies while in Maude's care; guest Teri Garr.
Candidate Maude finally faces Election Day.
Maude decides her marriage is beyond repair.
The Findlays arrive with dates for a party.
Walter leaves when Maude decides to run.
Walter objects when Maude considers politics.
Maude overreacts to a rare visit from her mother.
Maude wants to rekindle romance in a mountain cabin.
Maude looks for the reason behind Walter's religious fervor.
Walter won't let Maude get a mortgage to save his business.
Mrs. Naugatuck announces she is going to get married.
Maude recruits Vivian for the women's liberation movement.
Carol dates a married friend of Maude's.
Maude's telethon is left without a disease.
A psychic predicts that Maude will marry for a fifth time.
Maude insists that her guests for a New Year's Eve party come dressed as their favorite year.
Maude and Walter are ecstatic when Walter's ex-wife announces her plans to remarry.
Walter resents Maude's new friend (Robert Mandan).
Maude has a bad first day as boss of a real-estate office.
Maude pitches in to help Vivian with a dinner party.
Maude wants to know who snuck a man in during the night.
Maude and Arthur have insomnia -- but for different reasons.
Maude pretends to agree when Walter wants to move to Canada.
Maude and Vivian each get cards from the same old flame.
Walter and Arthur land in a Vermont jail while Maude and Vivian go on an eating binge.
Maude hires an eccentric English housekeeper.
Walter has a heart attack; guest Jill Clayburgh.
Maude and Arthur catch Walter and Vivian in an embrace.
Maude refuses to allow John Wayne in her house when he stops in Tuckahoe to publicize a movie.
Aspiring runaway Francie wants traveling money from Maude.
Maude finds that she is unable to bridge the generation gap when she takes charge of Phillip.
Walter loses in the stock market on a tip from Arthur.
Maude recognizes the IRS man auditing Walter's tax return.
Florida decides to quit when Henry gets a promotion.
Maude plans a weekend wedding in wintry New England for Arthur and Vivian.
Maude loses Walter to an all-male discussion at a party.
Walter declares his wallet off-limits to Maude.
Maude invites a ghetto child to stay for two weeks.
Vivian and Walter are tired of tales about former spouses.
Walter turns from a benevolent host into a scrooge when he and Maude give a Christmas party for his employees.
Walter's incessant practicing on an electric organ drives the whole household up the wall.
Maude's surprise wedding gift to Carol and Chris results in unexpected problems for everyone.
Maude learns of a clause in Walter's will that indicates he isn't practicing what he's preaching.
Arthur threatens to close down Maude's charity musical.
Maude tries to play matchmaker for Vivian.
Carol invites her boyfriend to stay overnight.
Walter objects to Maude's interest in a real-estate career.
The furnace repairman sets his sights on Florida.
Everyone waits for Maude to return after her facelift.
Maude is jealous when Viv comes home looking great.
Vivian wrecks Walter's efforts to give Maude a romantic day.
Walter can't seem to stop drinking on his own.
Walter won't admit he has a drinking problem.
Walter doesn't share Maude's enthusiasm over a dinner party.
Maude questions her marriage when her friends separate.
Maude tries to patch up a friend's family troubles.
Maude learns that Walter spent time with his ex-secretary.
Florida's husband insists that she quit her job.
Arthur creates havoc when he stays with the Findlays.
Maude takes on the medical profession after she receives treatment from a new doctor.
Walter sinks into depression as his 50th birthday nears.
The Findlays' trip to a convention ends in a squabble.
Maude and Walter unwittingly invest in a ghetto tenement.
Maude heads up a vigilante group to keep a youth arrested for marijuana possession out of jail.
Maude awaits a visit from a high-school chum (Barbara Rush).
Maude and Walter try to decide what to do about her unexpected pregnancy.
Maude learns she is pregnant.
Maude recalls her rocky courtship with Walter.
Carol announces she is going to marry an old friend.
Maude tries to talk her way out of a speeding ticket.
Maude's fund-raiser for a black radical goes awry.
Carol dates a man who once jilted her mother.
Liberal Maude insists on becoming her housekeeper's friend.
Phillip plays doctor with Arthur's granddaughter.
Maude resents Carol's psychoanalysis; guest Ed Begley Jr.