Lou Grant: Season 1, Episode 1

Cophouse (20 Sep. 1977)

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After landing the city editor job at the Los Angeles Tribune, Lou Grant's first major story is a sex scandal concerning the LAPD and underage girls. However, in order to get it published he... See full summary »

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After landing the city editor job at the Los Angeles Tribune, Lou Grant's first major story is a sex scandal concerning the LAPD and underage girls. However, in order to get it published he must deal with a reporter that is reluctant to bring down the police and Mrs. Pynchon who has a difference of opinion with him. Written by Anonymous

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Lou Grant: You free?
Cab Driver: [cab driver wakes up from snoozing] Free as anyone is, today, pal.
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