Billie gets a marriage proposal from Baseball scout Ted McCovney. Lou meets up with his youngest daughter Janie, who feels he's always neglected her for work.

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Cliff Potts ...
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Carlton Stiefel
Barbara Dirickson ...
Janie
Arthur Rosenberg ...
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Michael Griswold ...
Tyler
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Art Kimbro ...
Speakes
Joshua Gallegos ...
Rodriguez
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Billie gets a marriage proposal from Baseball scout Ted McCovney. Lou meets up with his youngest daughter Janie, who feels he's always neglected her for work.

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2 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Art Donovan: You know what they call a newspaper that insists on publihing stories that people don't wanna read?
Billie Newman: 'Professional'.
Art Donovan: 'Out of business'.
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Career and family
8 October 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So many great things to say about this episode...Billie's relationship with former ball player Ted McCovey (whom she met while doing a story during the 4th season of Lou Grant) hits an emotional high point. But before they get to say 'I do,' there are a few conflicts that must be resolved. Lou is also having his own dilemmas related to seeing his three daughters again. It seems that his career is always taking precedence over family, something Billie knows all too well. There are a lot of cute, funny scenes in this episode. We have Rossi worrying about how Billie will change after she's begun married life. Also, Billie explains to Lou why she doesn't laugh (there's a great moment at the airport when she goes to see Ted off and after they nearly stumble and fall, she bursts out laughing). But the wedding scenes are truly the best part of the episode. They've all been at the Trib till the wee hours of the morning dealing with a computer crash and are nearly falling asleep during the ceremony. Everyone that is, except Billie, who joyously weds Ted and leaves on her honeymoon.


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