Lou Grant (1977–1982)
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The paper faces a public backlash after Lou runs a story about an NCAA investigation into the possible recruiting violations by a popular local college football team.

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Joe Rossi
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Charlie Hume
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Dennis "Animal" Price
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Mrs. Pynchon
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Sid Locke (as John A. Randolph)
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Eddie Talbert
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Coach Diehl
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Frank (as Michael D. Henry)
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Henry Spence (as Grand Lee Bush)
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Rick Waterhouse
Laurence Haddon ...
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The paper faces a public backlash after Lou runs a story about an NCAA investigation into the possible recruiting violations by a popular local college football team.

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10 January 1978 (USA)  »

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Bartender: [having just taken a telephone message] Lou, some chick named Pynchon wants to see you.
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