I found this to be very interesting

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@longtimefan and I have allowed some of the most head scratching examples. The list is still 66 screens of 20 banned words and phrases.
The tamest I just saw is referring to a single, never married person. 5 letters starts with un and ends with wed.
And that's banned?!? Wow.
 

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The successful unattached career woman Mary Tyler Moore was a glass ceiling breaker at the time. Teachers were allowed to be single on TV but not a career woman.
Yes. The 70's is when change was noticeable. In the 60's she was very loveable but as Mrs. Laura Petrie, housewife.
 

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Yes. The 70's is when change was noticeable. In the 60's she was very loveable but as Mrs. Laura Petrie, housewife.
I'll add that in the '60s she was smoking hot.
That aside, it's interesting to watch these '60s shows (and '50s - Honeymooners, anyone?) and see how much roles and expectations for men and women have changed.
 
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