After agreeing to be guest speaker at Rossi's journalism class, Lou learns his "students" are tough state prison inmates who are angered by the shutdown of their newspaper. While Lou bucks the prison administration to help the hostile inmate editor, Hume gets the job of running the Trib during the period Mrs. Pynchon is on jury duty, and it's a learning experience for all. Written by
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[reading aloud from a list of inmates he's teaching a class to
Leroy Michael Vallow. Murder, life sentence.
Don't you find disipline in the class room a problem, Lou?
Oh, these guys are so happy to have a diversion, they'd sit there quietly for a half hour if I came in and did a tapdance.
I'd sit quietly for an hour to watch you tapdance.