From The TV IV
|Season 2, Episode 16|
|Airdate||January 8, 1974|
|Written by||Alan J. Levitt|
|Directed by||Hal Cooper|
|Produced by||Rod Parker|
The Love Birds
|Maude — Season Two|
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Maude's Guest is the sixteenth episode of the second season of Maude, and the thirty-eighth episode overall.
Starring: Beatrice Arthur (Maude Findlay), Bill Macy (Walter Findlay)
Co-Starring: Adrienne Barbeau (Carol Traynor), Conrad Bain (Dr. Arthur Harmon), Esther Rolle (Florida Evans)
Rue McClanahan (Vivian), Tamu (Francie), Brian Morrison (Phillip)
Maude is all excited to have a young black girl from the ghetto stay with the Findlays for awhile. She soon discovers that that the girl is actually a feisty teenager who is not thrilled to be staying in a white, guilt ridden, liberals' home and quickly starts driving everyone up the wall.