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Family Ties creator Gary David Goldberg (center) with Meredith Baxter and Michael J FoxThe creator of Family Ties, Gary David Goldberg, has died following a long battle with brain cancer. He passed away this morning at his home in Montecito, just two days short of his 69th birthday.

Goldberg began working in television in the early 1970s and in 1976, at the age of 32, became a writer on The Bob Newhart Show. He went on to write for many other legendary shows like Lou Grant, Alice, Phyllis, The Tony Randall Show, and M*A*S*H.

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<em>Lou Grant:</em> Ed Asner’s Last Episode Ideas and the Only <em>Mary Tyler Moore Show</em> Guest

Lou Grant: Ed Asner’s Last Episode Ideas and the Only Mary Tyler Moore Show Guest

October 21, 2008
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2008 TV Land Awards: Overflowing with Classic TV Show Stars

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June 14, 2008
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<em>The Mary Tyler Moore Show:</em> Oprah Reunites the Emmy-winning Cast!

The Mary Tyler Moore Show: Oprah Reunites the Emmy-winning Cast!

May 19, 2008
Be sure to tune in to The Oprah Winfrey Show today for a special treat. The queen of daytime television is reuniting the cast of Read more . . .
Lou Grant

Lou Grant

After being fired from the WJM-TV newsroom in Minneapolis-St. Paul, gruff Lou Grant (Ed Asner) gets a job as the city editor for the Los Angeles Tribune newspaper. He works under the managing editor who's an old friend, Charles Hume (Mason Adams), and the paper's hard-nosed owner, Margaret Pynchon (Nancy Marchand).
<em>Lou Grant:</em> The 30th Anniversary of the <em>Mary Tyler Moore Show</em> Spin-off

Lou Grant: The 30th Anniversary of the Mary Tyler Moore Show Spin-off

September 20, 2007
When the very popular The Mary Tyler Moore Show sitcom came to an end on March 19, 1977, the staff of the WJM newsroom were all Read more . . .

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