Lou Grant: Season 4, Episode 19

Depression (13 Apr. 1981)

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When a veteran reporter attempts suicide, Lou tries to help him by reuniting him with his family. Charlie is upset that Mrs. Pynchon overlooked him for a newly created position.

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Jack Bannon ...
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Peter Hobbs ...
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Hank Dougherty
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Elizabeth Driscoll
Sands Hall ...
Amanda Driscoll
Jonathan Estrin ...
Dr. Schulman
Bart Burns ...
Forbes
Ivan Bonar ...
Schlosser
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When a veteran reporter attempts suicide, Lou tries to help him by reuniting him with his family. Charlie is upset that Mrs. Pynchon overlooked him for a newly created position.

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The press room, where the old reporter Driscoll works, is the "roll call" set from "Hill Street Blues." See more »

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Lou Grant: [sits down on side of George's bed in hospital room] Good evening, George.
George Driscoll: Where's Elizabeth?
Lou Grant: She went for coffee.
George Driscoll: Well you go with her. You get out of here!
Lou Grant: You wanna shout at me? Go ahead.
George Driscoll: I said get out!
Lou Grant: I mean it: scream, holler, throw a bedpan. Do anything you want, I'm not leaving. I'm one of those insensitive slobs who just doesn't care.
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