Lou gets homesick with Christmas approaching. Billie does a story on a family that is homeless for the holidays and public donations begin to pour in. After Rossi improperly uses a quote, ... See full summary »

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Lou gets homesick with Christmas approaching. Billie does a story on a family that is homeless for the holidays and public donations begin to pour in. After Rossi improperly uses a quote, Lou punishes him by assigning him to a boring story that turns out to be a juicy story. Written by Anonymous

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13 December 1977 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Pynchon: Well, it's Christmas Eve again... do you ever get the feeling, that whoever is in charge of the time machine, is turning that handle just a tiny bit faster every year.
Charlie Hume: Seems like yesterday was summer.
Lou Grant: It was. It was 85 degrees.
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Referenced in Lou Grant: Exposé (1979) See more »

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