A helpless old lady in a wheelchair is dumped in a county office because of a bureaucratic wrangle, and this sets the staff onto a searing Tribune expose of shoddy nursing home practices. Billie gets a job at a nursing home for a shocking insider's report on care for the elderly, while Lou learns from a retired hat maker that, in too many cases, this country's old people are regarded as non-persons. Written by
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When Lou Grant and Fred Norton are sitting at the table at Fred's house drinking orange juice, the shadow of the camera can be seen passing over Fred's leg as it pans to get the two of them in the same shot. See more
I'm not talking about charity, I'm talking about a real job.
At a newspaper? For a guy who spent forty years making hats? Come on.
Maybe you could make paper hats?