Lou, Charlie, and Donovan interview students from an inner city school for the purpose of awarding a college scholarship to a journalism major. While Charlie and Donovan recommend a ... See full summary »

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Mrs. Pynchon (credit only)
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Jenny Davis
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Wesley
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Neil Mahaffey
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Lou, Charlie, and Donovan interview students from an inner city school for the purpose of awarding a college scholarship to a journalism major. While Charlie and Donovan recommend a straight-A student, Lou pushes for a student who kicked a drug habit and got tutoring to improve his grades. Rossi and Billie uncover disturbing trends of violence at the same inner city school. Written by Anonymous

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20 November 1978 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The show Room 222 (1969) takes place at the fictional Walt Whitman High School. The old building at Los Angeles High School, which was used for the exterior of Walt Whitman High, collapsed in the 1971 earthquake. The new building on that spot was used as the exterior for Whitman High in this series. See more »

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Boom mike (with rain cover) visible at Haskell Wynn's knees as he crouches behind a car with his friend after puncturing Jenny Davis' tires. See more »

Quotes

Lou Grant: [on phone] Listen, eh, can I come over there and see you?
Jenny Davis: [on other line] Eh... what for?
Lou Grant: I don't know... what you're saying doesn't make sense to me. Maybe if I saw your lips moving, I could understand the words a little better.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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