Charlie worries about Mrs. Pynchon's recovery after her stroke. Rossi delves into the Los Angeles archives to find evidence of profits made from land that Japanese-Americans were forced to sell right after Pearl Harbor.

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Charlie worries about Mrs. Pynchon's recovery after her stroke. Rossi delves into the Los Angeles archives to find evidence of profits made from land that Japanese-Americans were forced to sell right after Pearl Harbor.

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8 March 1982 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Pynchon: I can handle Mr. Rossi... with my brace on my leg and one hand tied behind my back.
Charlie Hume: Go get 'em.
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Conflict of interest
8 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A conflict of interest is faced by Rossi and his editors. A story Rossi is working on includes the fact that Mrs. Pynchon's husband was involved in some underhanded business dealings against Japanese Americans. Charlie and Lou kill the story to protect their boss whom they believe is still ailing after her stroke. Meanwhile, we get a lot of background on the relocation of Japanese Americans during the second world war. Pat Morita is a guest star in his pre-Karate Kid days. Probably the best moment is the scene where Rossi informs Margaret about her husband's past business schemes. We are supposed to think that she may have another stroke, and while she doesn't, the tension in the scene and several that follow make for an interesting episode.


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