The editor of the small newspaper in remote Cuero, Texas wins the Pulitzer prize for his investigation of a land scandal in his state. A deal for veterans to be able to buy state owned land cheaply is being corruptly manipulated where unknowing vets are used as cat's paws for larger interests.
This is "See It Now"'s final broadcast as a regularly scheduled program. The show features clips from the most memorable shows in the series. Starting with the fifth season opener, the program switched to a one hour format and was not on the regular weekly schedule.