Lou Grant (1977–1982)
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Charlie allows his father to move in after he is arrested for shoplifting. Lou tries to help an elderly neighbor who is being harassed by neighborhood kids.

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Joe Rossi
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Billie Newman
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Art Donovan
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Mrs. Pynchon
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Harvey
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Marian Hume
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Donna
Ken Sansom ...
Mr. Nelson
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Mike
David Baron ...
Tony
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Charlie allows his father to move in after he is arrested for shoplifting. Lou tries to help an elderly neighbor who is being harassed by neighborhood kids.

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26 January 1981 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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In the second season episode 'Home', Charlie mentions his father died at age 86. In this episode we meet his father, aged 76. See more »

Quotes

Lou Grant: You're sure looking spry.
Rupert Hume: Spry?
Lou Grant: Yeah.
Rupert Hume: That's a word you use for old men. Never hear them call a young person 'spry'.
Lou Grant: How 'bout 'frisky'?
Rupert Hume: Don't feel that good.
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