When Lou and Rossi investigate a secret society of survivalists, who believe that the world is going to end, they become stranded in a violent storm.

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When Lou and Rossi investigate a secret society of survivalists, who believe that the world is going to end, they become stranded in a violent storm.

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23 February 1981 (USA)  »

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Charlie Hume: Lou and Rossi marooned in the same house together. Out of that'll either come a six part story...
Animal: Or a murder - suicide.
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A storm is brewing
19 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's fun to see Ed Harris, before he became a big movie star. The role is an interesting one with him as a militant dad, teaching his sons how to shoot and defend themselves. Of course, since this is Lou Grant, the character is VERY militant and is obsessed with end-of-the-world scenarios. What I like is how this backwoods nut is contrasted with Rossi, who interviews him. Rossi is the complete opposite, much more sensitive and serene. The subplot about Art lounging around a pool in Hawaii provides some good comic relief. And there are some good moments with Rossi and Lou at Art's cabin; as well as a writer (played by Keene Curtis) who develops a relationship over the phone with a weather forecaster. Also worth noting: there are some good shots of actual storms in southern California at the time, which gives this one more of a documentary feel than other episodes.


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