One Day at a Time

The misadventures of a divorced mother, her family, and their building superintendent in Indianapolis.

Genre: Comedy

Actor: Bonnie Franklin , Glenn Scarpelli

Director: Whitney Blake , Allan Manings

Country: USA

Duration: 30 min

Quality: HD

Release: 1975

IMDb: 6.6

Season 1 - One Day at a Time
1975-12-16
"Newly devorced and scared Ann Romono is up for her first decision. Her older daughter Julie wants to go on a camping trip with her friend and a couple of boys. Julie threatens to leave her mother and live with her Dad unless Ann says she can go."
1975-12-23
"Ann's new boyfriend invites her to spend the weekend with him."
1975-12-30
"Ann fears the girls are rejecting her in favor of their father's steady girlfriend."
1976-01-06
"Ann scolds Julie for flirting with her teacher at exam time."
1976-01-13
"One evening after a date, David and Ann get cozy on the couch, but Barbara and Julie decide to put the kibosh on any intimacy. However, David makes the decision that it is the perfect time to ask Ann to marry him and gives her one week to come up with the answer. After two hours go by, he changes his mind and tries to get her to decide right away."
1976-01-20
"Julie's new best friend is a stuck up rich girl and Julie quickly demands more expensive things like clothes and she also demands that Ann send her to a prestigious school. Ann refuses to give in to Julie simply because she can't afford it but that's when David steps in offering to kick in some financial aid for the Romano\/Cooper household."
1976-01-27
"Ann is throwing a party in her apartment and has invited other tenants in the building. She begins to go through pre-party panic and it doesn't help when Schneider drops in with whistles, joy buzzers and whoopee cushions, expecting an invitation but soon discovers he is not wanted."
1976-02-10
"Julie's boyfriend wants to stay out all night."
1976-02-17
"Angry over her phone bill, Ann writes a protest to the President and gets in hot water with the Secret Service."
1976-02-24
"Ann discovers David and a young woman in a state of dishabille."
1976-03-02
"Julie gets a waitress job in a grubby diner on the rough side of town."
1976-03-09
"Julie has a date with a college man\u00e2\u20ac\u201dwho discovers a decided preference for Ann."
1976-03-16
"The girls cajole David into chaperoning a party while Ann is away."
Season 2 - One Day at a Time
1976-09-28
"Julie turns to her boyfriend when she and her mother reach an impasse regarding education, employment and marriage. (Part 1 of 4)"
1976-10-05
"Ann is overcome by guilt after Chuck and Julie run away. (Part 2 of 4)"
1976-10-12
"Schneider uses CB radio to search for Julie and her boyfriend. (Part 3 of 4)"
1976-10-19
"Their possessions stolen, runaways Julie and her boyfriend consider calling Barbara for help. (Part 4 of 4)"
1976-10-26
"Hoping to attract desirable males, Barbara decides to change her image."
1976-11-09
"David returns from Los Angeles with a job offer and hopes of marrying Ann. (Part 1 of 2)"
1976-11-16
"As David works on Barbara and Julie, and as they pressure Ann to consider marrying David, Ann is faced with a serious decision..... she is not ready to marry again. David goes on without her."
1976-11-23
"Ann must deal with an upholstery ripoff that invades her home."
1976-11-30
"Schneider touts his visiting nephew as a model gentleman, unaware that the youth is a thief."
1976-12-07
"Ann's visiting father tries to persuade her to return home."
1976-12-14
"Ann finds herself attracted to the piano player who has moved into the building."
1976-12-28
"The girls put on a New Year's show at a retirement home."
1977-01-04
"Julie's religious zeal is driving Ann and Barbara crazy. First of two parts."
Season 4 - One Day at a Time
1979-04-15
"Schneider quits because the landlord refuses his raise request."
Season 5 - One Day at a Time
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16 Mar 1980
"Ann brings home a local comedian after Schneider had just had a bad experience."
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1980-04-06
"Schneider's cell mate from a gambling bust shows up and demands first class treatment or else."