Lou Grant

Season 3 Episode 18

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Feb 04, 1980 on CBS
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A story on the banning and burning of books strikes close to home when Charlie Hume refuses to publish a controversial political cartoon, and an old friend of Lou's turns out to be behind a new book-burning crusade.

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    Richard A. Dysart

    Richard A. Dysart

    Mitchell Webster

    Guest Star

    Laurie Heineman

    Laurie Heineman

    Marilyn Keefer

    Guest Star

    Paul Lambert

    Paul Lambert

    Senator Fleming

    Guest Star

    Allen Williams

    Allen Williams

    Adam Wilson

    Recurring Role

    Emilio Delgado

    Emilio Delgado

    Foreign Editor

    Recurring Role

    Michael Irving

    Michael Irving

    Jayson

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      • Charlie: Whatever happened to having the controversial stuff on the editorial pages and the funny stuff in the comics?
        Art: I don't know. Sometimes the editorial pages can be pretty funny.

      • Motel clerk: I ain't had nothing good to say about politics since Nixon left office.
        Rossi: You really like Nixon, eh?
        Motel clerk: No, I liked it when he left office.

      • Lou: Rossi, have you ever been on a story when you didn't say those famous words, "It's gonna take a little more time"?

      • Marilyn: There are teachers in their classrooms who are terrified of saying the wrong things. There are rumors that the intercoms are used as two-way listening devices.
        Rossi: That sounds like 1984
        Marilyn: These students wouldn't know that. It's one of the books they banned.

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