A mother, obsessed with tracking the hit-and-run driver who killed her son, arouses Rossi's fighting instincts and leads to a human interest story with an unexpected payoff. Meanwhile, after Lou and Mrs. Pynchon have separate encounters with hostile citizens, Billie is assigned to find out if there's a story in the use of cars as weapons. Written by
Did You Know?
You know, a person's notes aren't really meant for public scrutiny.
Referenced in Lou Grant: Exposé