Lou Grant: You're taking stupid chances meeting him alone.
Billie Newman: You wouldn't say that to Rossi.
Lou Grant: I encourage Rossi to take stupid chances. But anybody else I would warn, man or woman.
Wilson: [wearing a nazi uniform] Can I see some I.D., please?
Billie Newman: [puts on a German accent] Where are your papers?
Wilson: [she hands over her I.D. and helps him to open it. He writes down her name] You know, we gotta be very careful. We got a lotta nuts coming in here.
[hands it back]
Wilson: [offers Billie some pamflets to choose from] That one in the corner up there, I wrote that myself.
Billie Newman: [picks it up] Imagine meeting the man who wrote "Race mixing and sex education in our public schools".
Wilson: [oblivious to her sarcasm] I got some stuff comin' up now that's even better...
Lou Grant: Look, look, the story isn't that we found a nazi who's Jewish, that's for 'Believe it or Not'. We try to dig a little deeper in our part of the paper. The thing I wanna know is: what turned this Bar Mitzva boy into a nazi with a swastika on his arm?
Rabbi: When you turn your back on God, which ever way you go, is the wrong direction.