This episode surprisingly scored low here on this site in general opinion, but it ranks among the most memorable for me in some ways. First of all, I love Lou Grant's devotion to his wife Edie, which once again comes out in this episode. His defense of being a one-woman man is articulated in his usual gruffness, and simply melts me when I hear the little talk he has with his son-in-law, whom he caught getting ready to cheat. I also like the subject matter that is dealt with here, and the allusions to the different sides of the culture war that really began full-fledge in the beginning of the 1970s. The humor and dialogue to which we're treated is also fantastic, and I love the dynamic that is present when Lou, Mary, and Rhoda are all brought together. Watching Lou trying to come to terms with his wrath is also an interesting study: it's amazing how much we can love and sympathize with him, even more so when he's biting everyone's head off in the newsroom!
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