Maude/Walter Gets Religion
|Walter Gets Religion|
|Season 3, Episode 21|
|Airdate||March 3, 1975|
|Written by||Charlie Hauck|
|Directed by||Hal Cooper|
|Produced by|| Bob Schiller &|
Bob Weiskopf and
|Maude — Season Three|
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Walter Gets Religion is the twenty-first episode of the third season of Maude, and the sixty-seventh episode overall.
Starring: Beatrice Arthur (Maude Findlay), Bill Macy (Walter Findlay)
Co-Starring: Adrienne Barbeau (Carol Traynor), Conrad Bain (Dr. Arthur Harmon), Rue McClanahan (Vivian Cavender Harmon), Hermione Baddeley (Mrs. Nell Naugatuck)
J. Pat O'Malley (Bert), Graham Jarvis (Reverend Wainwright), Brian Morrison (Phillip),
Walter has suddenly become passionate about religion and drags Maude to church services. However, Maude is less than thrilled with attending, even falling asleep during the sermons. Later, Maude discovers that Walter in fact may have an ulterior motive to his sudden enlightenment; he will get to sell the church new appliances.