Lou Grant (1977–1982)
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Lou is the only witness to a neighborhood murder and is mystified by the way the police handle the case, thereby discovering a touchy area of crime. At the same time, a fatal fire in a gay ... See full summary »

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Joe Rossi
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Billie Newman
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Charlie Hume
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Art Donovan
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Dennis "Animal" Price
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Mrs. Pynchon
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Robert Dennehy (as Ed Winter)
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Maxine Kintner
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Ted McPhee
Ron Max ...
Tony Stiles
Don Draper ...
Bill Lester
Robert Hackman ...
Danny Zaweski (as Bob Hackman)
Joseph G. Medalis ...
Farrell (as Joe Medalis)
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Lou is the only witness to a neighborhood murder and is mystified by the way the police handle the case, thereby discovering a touchy area of crime. At the same time, a fatal fire in a gay bar poses a tough question for Lou: should the newspaper publish the names of the victims, knowing people will be hurt by the story. Lou is also puzzled to see a uniformed cop working a homicide case and sends Rossi to find out why, with disturbing results. Written by Anonymous

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17 September 1979 (USA)  »

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Robert Dennehy: [about a pretty blond crossing the street] What do you think, dancer?
Dave Tynan: Hmmm... stewardess.
Robert Dennehy: No, violates F.A.A rules. Turns sideways, she'd unbalance the plane.
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