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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'Lou Grant' in the 1970s:

1970s Episode Guide for 'Lou Grant':

(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

September 20, 1977: Cophouse
Season 1, episode 1
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Gene Reynolds

With Peter Hobbs (George Driscoll), Norman Bartold (Commander Phillips), George Cooper (Deputy Chief), Paul Larson (Watch Commander), Wallace Rooney (Tim).
Series premiere. Lou is offered the chance to take over the city desk at a faltering newspaper, but is shocked to learn that the final decision rests with the publisher -- a woman!

September 27, 1977: Hostages
Season 1, episode 2
W: Seth Freeman   D: Charles S. Dubin

With John Rubinstein (Andrew Martin), Patrick Tovatt (Sgt. Pierce), Joyce Jillson (Cathy Anne Wills), Robert Phalen (Agee), Rachel Bard (Miss Apthorp).
A vengeful brother invades the Tribune to kidnap Rossi and force him into rewriting a robbery-shooting story defending the killed young assailant.

October 4, 1977: Hoax
Season 1, episode 3
W: Gordon Dawson   D: Jay Sandrich

With Eugene Roche (Jack Riley), Booth Colman (Mr. Curtis), Diana Douglas (Mrs. Cardell), Rod McCary (Ron Allen).
Veteran journalist Jack Riley convinces Lou and Rossi to go to Jamaica to find a missing Los Angeles industrialist who was thought to have been kidnapped.

October 11, 1977: Henhouse
Season 1, episode 4
W: Leonora Thuna   D: Richard Crenna

With Claudette Nevins (Irene Mott), Geoffrey Lewis (Sheriff), Patty Mattick (Cecile), David Starwalt (Mark).
Lou and the editor of the women's section of the paper engage in a turf war, as their respective reporters clash over whether the death of a prominent playwright is murder or suicide.

October 18, 1977: Nazi
Season 1, episode 5
W: Robert Schlitt   D: Alexander Singer

With Peter Weller (Donald Stryker), Brian Dennehy (Wilson), Janet Brandt (Mrs. Sturner), Jack A. Lukes (Sgt. Parisi), Lee Wallace (Kelso).
Pursuing a story on the American Nazis, Billie enters the Brown Shirt headquarters, uncovering shocking information.

October 25, 1977: Aftershock
Season 1, episode 6
W: Del Reisman   D: Jud Taylor

With Joyce Van Patten (Gloria), Betty Anne Rees (Laurette), Gary Pagett (Harding), Noble Willingham (Hotel Manager), Clyde Kusatsu (Ralph Tumora).
Lou becomes uncomfortably involved with a Tribune reporter's widow, and experiences his first earthquake.

November 1, 1977: Barrio
Season 1, episode 7
W: Seth Freeman   D: Mel Damski

With Guillermo San Juan (Henry), Phillip Antora (Pool Guard), Joe Santos (George Delgado), Kiki Quiralta (Amanda), Edward Gallardo (Claudio), Margarita Cordova (Erlinda Ramirez).
Reporter Billie Newman's curiosity to investigate a gang shooting in an East Los Angeles barrio leads her and Lou to an area where violence is often a way of life.

November 8, 1977: Scoop
Season 1, episode 8
W: Gene Kearney   D: Harry Falk

With Reni Santoni (Jim Keenan), Bill Beck (Photo Editor), Laurence Haddon (Foreign Editor), Michael Irving (Jayson), Vivian Brown (Waitress).
Billie and Rossi have problems trying to cover the news in a timely fashion. Billie keeps taking too long to verify her stories and misses deadlines, while Rossi keeps turning his in too soon and getting the facts wrong.

November 15, 1977: Judge
Season 1, episode 9
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Irving J. Moore

With Barnard Hughes (Felix Ruthman), Phillip Pine (Lindsay), Joe Mantell (Simmons), Timothy Jerome (Murray).
An eccentric Superior Court judge presides over cases in a humorous, though sometimes deranged manner.

November 22, 1977: Psych-Out
Season 1, episode 10
W: Seth Freeman   D: Alexander Singer

With Phillip R. Allen (Sackler), Michael Irving (Jayson), Harry Townes (James Heiler), Ann Sweeney (Dorothy), Michael Zaslow (Doug).
Lou fears that the pressure he's put on reporter Joe Rossi to get more involved in his stories has forced Rossi to take unnecessary risks while doing an in-depth feature on mental hospitals.

November 29, 1977: Housewarming
Season 1, episode 11
W: Leonora Thuna   D: Mel Damski

With Julie Kavner (Alice), Fredi Olster (Dorothy), Janice Kent (Louise), Robert Rothwell (Sid Arby), Edward Winter (Roger).
The subject for Billie Newman's series of articles is a frightened and unwilling battered wife.

December 6, 1977: Takeover
Season 1, episode 12
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Gene Reynolds

With Paul Kent (Matthews), John Anderson (Russell Grainger), Jerry Fogel (Freddie), Allen Williams (Wilson), William Bogert (Colin).
Lou and Charlie Hume face a difficult problem -- how to tell their publisher that the new man in her life may be more interested in her paper than in romance.

December 13, 1977: Christmas
Season 1, episode 13
W: David Lloyd   D: James Burrows

With Verna Bloom (Emily), Tim O'Connor (Malcolm Findlay), Ben Hayes (Walter Harper), Carol O'Leary (Kay Findlay).
Billie's story of a homeless family elicits a public response; Lou seeks to punish Rossi for an unethical quote.

January 3, 1978: Airliner
Season 1, episode 14
W: Charles Einstein   D: Mel Damski

With Jack Grapes (Mel Brunner), Allan Miller (Hal Pearson), Lou Cutell (Haskins), Penny Santon (Aunt Rose).
A jumbo jet with faulty landing gear is is trouble over Los Angeles -- and Charlie Hume's daughter is aboard.

January 10, 1978: Sports
Season 1, episode 15
W: Bud Freeman   D: Harvey Laidman

With Sandy Kenyon (Eddie Talbert), Marneen Fields (Olga), Vaughn Armstrong (Rick Waterhouse), Mike Henry (Frank), David Ackroyd (Mike Kessler), Elizabeth Herbert (Ruth Eisle), Michael Morgan (Tom), Keene Curtis (Coach Diehl), John Randolph (Sid Locke).
Lou incurs public outrage over the Tribune's coverage of a local college football cheating scandal.

January 17, 1978: Hero
Season 1, episode 16
W: Seth Freeman   D: Mel Damski

With Marlene Warfield (Joanne Bartlett), Hazel Medina (Janey), Lola Mason (Ellen), Jim McMullan (William Danvers), Kerry Sherman (Barbara).
An ex-con who saves a judge's life blames a story about him -- and his past -- for the loss of his business and his fiancee.

January 30, 1978: Renewal
Season 1, episode 17
W: Ken Trevey   D: Gene Reynolds

With Robert Earl Jones (Earl Humphrey), Phillip R. Allen (Sackler), James Karen (Tyler Armitage).
The Trib hope to block the demolition of a newspaper vendor's apartment building, to save murals which he had painted in memory of his wife.

February 6, 1978: Sect
Season 1, episode 18
W: Michele Gallery   D: Alexander Singer

With Peggy McCay (Marion Hume), James Beach (Orrin Houston), William Boyett (Bill), Richard Erdman (Mal Cavanaugh), Melissa Newman (Kim).
Lou is plunged into the world of the Hare Krishna movement when Trib editor Charlie Hume fears his son is lost to the strange religion.

February 13, 1978: Scandal
Season 1, episode 19
W: Seth Freeman   D: Mel Damski

With Gail Strickland (Liz Harrison), James Olson (Corwin), Brian Farrell (Larry Kean), Paul Jenkins (Jack Efros), Virginia Bingham (Marsha).
Rossi suspects that a new female reporter on the Trib is getting her information from powerful political connections.

February 27, 1978: Spies
Season 1, episode 20
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Peter Hobbs (George Driscoll), Laurette Spang (Joanie Hume), Michael Strong (Sohner), Jean Allison (Mrs. Morrison).
Lou gets in hot water with the CIA after refusing to lay off an espionage story.

March 6, 1978: Poison
Season 1, episode 21
W: Michele Gallery   D: Gene Reynolds

With Guy Boyd (Sam Beecher), Jennifer Rhodes (Dr. Roberta Giani), Belinda Montgomery (Carol).
Rossi's friend is killed, and he may be next in line when the Trib reporter pursues a story involving a chemical plant with radiation leakage.

March 20, 1978: Physical
Season 1, episode 22
W: David Lloyd   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Fred Sadoff (Surgeon), Leonard Ross (Bill), Thomas Carter (Chris), Laird Stuart (Dr. Engle).
Lou finds out that he has cancer and must undergo surgery.

September 25, 1978: Pills
Season 2, episode 1
W: Michele Gallery   D: Jay Sandrich

With Steve Nevil (Peter Tomasso), Richard Bull (Dr. Bonham), Jean Rasey (Gerry), Dean Santoro (Walt Krasner), Joey Aresco (Arthur Locatelli).
Lou's attempt to expose a pill-pushing doctor ends up with Rossi in jail.

October 2, 1978: Prisoner
Season 2, episode 2
W: Seth Freeman   D: Gene Reynolds

With Silvana Gallardo (Amanda Baroja), Peggy McCay (Marian Hume), Frank Ramirez (Bazan), Jorge Cervera Jr. (Blanco), Enrique Novi (Flores).
Lou tries to find out why his friend and boss, Charlie Hume, behaves irrationally when the Trib runs an expose of political torture.

October 16, 1978: Hooker
Season 2, episode 3
W: Seth Freeman   D: Alexander Singer

With Michael Alldredge (Sgt. Roche), Dee Wallace (Patti), Paul Lambert (Congressman Phelps), Gail Edwards (Karen), Mary-Robin Redd (Ellen).
When reporter Billie Newman investigates the murder of a young hooker, she finds she must change many of her ideas about the world of prostitutes. Meanwhile, Lou's coverage of a congressman's campaign against pornography lands the Trib in deep trouble.

October 23, 1978: Mob
Season 2, episode 4
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Corey Allen

With Nicholas Colasanto (Patsy Reese), Mary Ann Chinn (Charlene), Carmen Argenziano (Anthony Leone), Phillip Pine (Paul Thackery).
Lou and Rossi have trouble putting a big story together after seeing an old-time mobster at a posh resort.

October 30, 1978: Murder
Season 2, episode 5
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: Mel Damski

With Alan Fudge (Det. Collins), Jane Rose (Mrs. Walker), Ketty Lester (Sara Marshall), Thalmus Rasulala (Chandler), Ralph Wilcox (Mr. Thomas), Laird Stuart (Police Officer).
Billie finds that she is the only one who cares when a woman is killed in the ghetto.

November 6, 1978: Dying
Season 2, episode 6
W: Michele Gallery   D: Alexander Singer

With Geraldine Fitzgerald (Peggy Donovan), Larry Gates (Dr. Relph), Joan Hotchkis (Dr. Rita Chase), Stephen Johnson (Matt Calloway), Raleigh Bond (Arty Wilcox).
Art Donovan's anguish over his critically ill mother leads Lou to give Billie an unusual assignment.

November 20, 1978: Schools
Season 2, episode 7
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Lee Chamberlin (Jenny Davis), Kevin Hooks (Wesley), Lloyd Hollar (Neil Mahaffey), Justin Lord (Haskell Wynn), Jesse Jackson (Himself).
Lou learns how violence has become a fact of life for some through the efforts of the Rev. Jesse Jackson and a woman counselor in a ghetto high school.

November 27, 1978: Slaughter
Season 2, episode 8
W: Bud Freeman   D: Roger Young

With Stephen Elliot (Chip Murphy), Sandy McPeak (John Harper), Sally Kirkland (Dr. Peterson), Danny Goldman (Dr. Pober), Sybil Scotford (Lucy Harper).
Vacationing Lou uncovers a story which could tear a small town apart, and finds himself at odds with his old boss, the owner of the local newspaper.

December 4, 1978: Singles
Season 2, episode 9
W: Gina Frederica Goldman, Sally Robinson   D: Michael Zinberg

With Peter Donat (Michael Barton), Philip Charles MacKenzie (Philip).
An expert, hired to give the Trib a new image, orders the reluctant staff to plunge into computer dating.

December 11, 1978: Babies
Season 2, episode 10
W: David Lloyd   D: Alexander Singer

With Joseph Mascolo (McIntyre), John Carter (Dr. Davidson), Russell Johnson (Karlan), Judyann Elder (Mrs. Hatch).
Billie and Rossi pretend to be married to each other to investigate a black market baby scandal.

December 18, 1978: Conflict
Season 2, episode 11
W: Michele Gallery   D: Mel Damski

With Peggy McCay (Marion Hume), Norman Burton (Nash), Fred Holliday (Ferguson), Helen Kleeb (Mildred), Eve Roberts (Mary Alice Roper).
Mrs. Pynchon is infuriated when Rossi writes a derogatory piece about a charity with which she is involved.

January 1, 1979: Denial
Season 2, episode 12
W: Leonora Thuna   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Ann Sweeney (Ellen), Robert Pine (Burt), Fred Beir (Dr. Wyatt), Dennis Redfield (Kevin Marshall), Meeno Peluce (Nick).
Finding help for Lou's grandson's impending deafness is obstructed by Lou's daughter's refusal to acknowledge the problem. Meanwhile, after Rossi is thwarted in his efforts to get an exclusive story published, he commits an act Charlie and Lou regard as unthinkable.

January 8, 1979: Fire
Season 2, episode 13
W: Seth Freeman   D: Roger Young

With Tom Atkins (Frank Durning), Tom Bower (Lind), Ann Ryerson (Debbie Dexter), William Joyce (Fire Marshal), Ellen Blake (Emmaline).
Animal's apartment building becomes the next target of an arson ring that Lou is trying to get a story on.

January 15, 1979: Vet
Season 2, episode 14
W: Leon Tokatyan   D: Alexander Singer

With Lionel Smith (Sutton), George Pentecost (Dangler), Charlie Robinson (Don), John Wyler (Howard), B.J. Bartlett (Jack).
Animal's erratic behavior sets off a Trib inquiry into the plight of the all-but-forgotten Vietnam veteran.

January 22, 1979: Scam
Season 2, episode 15
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: Gerald Mayer

With Peggy McCay (Marion Hume), John Considine (David Milburn), J. Pat O'Malley (Patrick Terhune), Barney Phillips (Dr. Barnes), Booth Colman (Judge).
Lou uncovers a clever financial scheme run by a white-collar con artist, but has trouble convincing one victim -- Charlie Hume.

February 5, 1979: Sweep
Season 2, episode 16
W: Steve Kline   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Maureen McCormick (Tiffany), Rafael Campos (Jesus), Jonathan Banks (Cyrus), Cynthia Avila (Consuela), Maria Elena Cordero (Rosa).
Lou's favorite Mexican restaurant is raided by immigraiton authorities -- and the Trib uncovers a grim picture of what's happening to illegal aliens.

February 12, 1979: Samaritan
Season 2, episode 17
W: Eliot West   D: Paul Leaf

With Richard B. Shull (Jack Towne), Ben Piazza (Jim McCrea), Marcia Rodd (Nancy Rhoden), John Larch (Bill Bergin), Bill Watson (Newsome).
The Tribune and the whole city are set abuzz by the return of a psychopathic serial killer who was never captured.

February 19, 1979: Hit
Season 2, episode 18
W: Michele Gallery   D: Peter Levin

With Allyn Ann McLerie (Martha), Ed Harris (Warren), Ivan Bonar (Judge Cromwell), Michael Champion (Red), Paul Sorenson (McPhee).
Rossi's human interest story on a woman searching for the hit-and-run killer of her son leads to an unexpected payoff.

February 26, 1979: Home
Season 2, episode 19
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: Alexander Singer

With Jack Gilford (Fred Horton), Ed Grover (John Berrtram), Patricia Smith (Dr. Kalman), Lee Kessler (Leslie), Jessamine Milner (Mrs. Keaton).
Billie and Lou become involved in an expose of shoddy nursing home practices.

March 5, 1979: Convention
Season 2, episode 20
W: David Lloyd   D: Charles S. Dubin

With Kenneth McMillan (Jack. Riley), Ivor Francis (Mr. Nelson), Amanda McBroom (Lois Craig), Laurie Heineman (Sandra), Robert Rothwell (Hanlon).
The city room hears that a radical group is planning to kidnap a VIP from a convention attended by Lou and other Trib reporters.

March 19, 1979: Marathon
Season 2, episode 21
W: Gene Reynolds   D: Alexander Singer

With Peter Hobbs (George Driscoll), Michael Warren (Andrew Turner), John Petlock (Dreyfus), Emilio Delgado (Rubin Castillo), Rebecca Stanley (Moyers).
Lou tries to cope with an unusually busy day and his knowledge that a resentful Donovan has been offered a better job.

March 26, 1979: Bomb
Season 2, episode 22
W: Seth Freeman   D: Gene Reynolds

With Paul Kent (Roger Winant), Dinah Manoff (Joanie Hume), Joe Spano (Jack Ridgeway), Frank Marth (Robert Oguns), Norbert Weisser (Bovic).
A terrorist threatens to destroy the Trib building with a homemade atomic bomb.

April 2, 1979: Skids
Season 2, episode 23
W: Steve Kline   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Andrew Duggan (Doc), Al Ruscio (Carmine), Virginia Gregg (Dirty Donna), Scoey Mitchell (Minister), James Hong (Lee Wong).
While investigating a series of skid row murders, Lou discovers some interesting information about his former doctor and Rossi.

May 7, 1979: Loves
Season 2, episode 24
W: Michele Gallery   D: Roger Young

With Frances Lee McCain (Susan Sherman), Terri Nunn (Wendy), Devon Ericson (Cheryl), Craig Wasson (Aaron), Robert Costanzo (Tannenberg).
Billie gets involved with a story about a high-school girl intentionally trying to get pregnant as a means of gaining independence; meanwhile, Rossi covers a rock star being sued for "palimony" by a figure skater, and Lou and his girlfriend discuss moving in together.

September 17, 1979: Cop
Season 3, episode 1
W: Seth Freeman   D: Roger Young

With Michael Alldredge (Ted McPhee), Joe Penny (Mike Tynan), Edward Winter (Robert Dennahy), Maxine Kintner (Mariclare Costello), Ron Max (Tony Stiles).
Season premiere. While Lou is trying to tactfully report on a tragic fire at a gay bar, Rossi uncovers some disturbing facts about the police department's investigation of a murder case.

September 24, 1979: Expose
Season 3, episode 2
W: David Lloyd   D: Gene Reynolds

With William Schallert (Mark Worth), Louise Troy (Bonita Worth), Richard Brestoff (Mike Norvette), Julie Cobb (Barbara Benedict), Ivan Bonar (Foreign Editor).
The newsroom staff find themselves in the news when a former resentful reporter reveals personal information about them to a gossip magazine.

October 1, 1979: Slammer
Season 3, episode 3
W: Johnny Dawkins   D: Alexander Singer

With Kene Holliday (J.D.), Alan Fudge (David Goffman), J. Jay Saunders (Neil Turner), Robert Davi (Hector), Danny Glover (Leroy).
Lou learns that the journalism class he has agreed to speak in front of is made up of prison inmates angered by the shutdown of their paper.

October 15, 1979: Charlatan
Season 3, episode 4
W: Michael Vittes   D: Roger Young

With Meshach Taylor (Marcus Prescott), Ruth Silveira (Agnes Carson), Kenneth Tigar (Eugene Smithfield), John Carter (Dr. Bunning), Carmen Argenziano (Arnold Zinner).
Rossi angers the Trib's religion editor by profiling a man who posed nude on a church steeple, wihle a porno magazine editor abuses the concept of "freedom of the press".

October 22, 1979: Frame-Up
Season 3, episode 5
W: Steve Kline   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With Paul Kent (Councilman Naughton), Stephen McHattie (Curtis Folger), Wendy Phillips (Nell Wheeler), Edward Marshall (Supervisor), Bill Smillie (Shirley Hagen).
Billie's story questioning the validity of a major company's clean-air standards opens the Trib to a costly lawsuit.

October 29, 1979: Hype
Season 3, episode 6
W: Michele Gallery   D: Peter Levin

With Harold Gould (Dr. Duncan), David Huffman (Daniel Todson), Craig Wasson (Michael Avenik), Silvana Gallardo (Rita Silvera), Paul Sparer (Damon Forrest).
Involved in the testing of a new drug at a well-reputed medical center, Lou learns about the intense demands placed upon the doctors by the institution's director.

November 5, 1979: Gambling
Season 3, episode 7
W: Bud Freeman   D: Alexander Singer

With Charles Lane (Mort Farber), Michael Shannon (Mac McIvor), Sandy Kenyon (Eddie Talbert), Alan Manson (Kingsley), John Karlen (Ken Navaretti).
While Lou is being urged to bet by a dedicated race track friend, Billie is lending money to a friend heavily in debt to bookmakers.

November 12, 1979: Witness
Season 3, episode 8
W: Gary David Goldberg   D: Peter Levin

With Peter Marshall (McQueen), Richard Jaeckel (Dan Staley), Charles Hallahan (Chet Wilke), Bartlett Robinson (Bauman), William Bryant (Robinson).
Billie finds herself in the protective custody of a chauvinist policeman because of what she knows in a case involving a popular game-show host.

November 26, 1979: Kidnap
Season 3, episode 9
W: Bud Freeman   D: Alan Cooke

With Parley Baer (Sheriff Burkhardt), Jonathan Banks (Clay Starkes), Jordan Rhodes (Schultz), Stanley Kamel (Marty Niles), Virginia Bingham (Patty Starkes).
While Billie and Rossi are fighting over the rights to a big story, a rumor that the Trib is being sold circulates through the city room.

December 3, 1979: Andrew, Part 1: Premonition
Season 3, episode 10
W: Seth Freeman   D: Roger Young

With Bruce Davison (Andrew Raines), Barbara Barrie (Edna Raines), Joan Hotchkis (Dr. Teresa Myrdal), Nita Talbot (Lana Barkley), Ellen Regan (Terry Mills).
The mother of Donovan's cousin Andrew, a mental patient, warns Donovan that her son is about to explode.

December 10, 1979: Andrew, Part 2: Trial
Season 3, episode 11
W: Seth Freeman   D: Peter Levin

With Bruce Davison (Andrew Raines), Barbara Barrie (Edna Raines), Joan Hotchkis (Dr. Teresa Myrdal), Charles Aidman (Davis Mendelsohn), Michael McGuire (Bradley Gordon), Pat Corley (Judge).
The Trib staff feels the strain when Donovan's cousin is put on trial for murder.

December 17, 1979: Hollywood
Season 3, episode 12
W: Michele Gallery   D: Burt Brinckerhoff

With George Chandler (Caretaker), Laraine Day (Lauren Sinclair), Howard Duff (Wild Man Moran), Nina Foch (Mrs. Polk), Margaret Hamilton (Thea Taft).
Lou's fascination with a female recluse leads him to put his staff on the trail of a long-unsolved murder from Hollywood's golden era.

December 24, 1979: Kids
Season 3, episode 13
W: Michael Vittes, Shep Greene   D: Alexander Singer

With Matthew Labyorteaux (Mark Donner), Nicholas Pryor (Al Mitchell), Melinda Cordell (Helen Mitchell), Jenny Sullivan (Meg Donner), Elizabeth Bliss (Carly Mitchell), Michael J. Fox (Paul Stone), Peggy Ann Garner (Dixie Collins).
While Rossi is doing a story on a child television star, Lou tries to help a neglected young boy and Billie investigates childrens' rights.

January 7, 1980: Brushfire
Season 3, episode 14
W: Allan Burns, Gene Reynolds   D: Donald Baer

With Peggy McCay (Marion Hume), Marshall Thompson (Paul Newman), Jeff Corey (Mr. Bergman), Brian Farrell (Sweeney), Tony Perez (Ramirez).
A brush fire, raging out of control, figures in the troubled marriage of Charlie Hume and turns Mrs. Pynchon into an on-the-scene reporter.

January 14, 1980: Indians
Season 3, episode 15
W: April Smith   D: Ralph Senensky

With David Yanez (Raymond White), Ned Romero (Howard Sweetwater), Julie Carmen (Teresa Davis), Ray Tracey (Gordon Davis), Tom Rosqui (Sam Duryea).

January 21, 1980: Cover-Up
Season 3, episode 16
W: Paul Laurence   D: Gerald Mayer

With Andrew Rubbin (Jeff Lindsey), David Hollander (Bryan Furniss), Edward Power (Brubaker), Ross Bickell (Les Furniss), William Jordan (Danzinger).

January 28, 1980: Inheritance
Season 3, episode 17
W: April Smith   D: Roger Young

With Allyn Ann McLerie (Betty Newman), Marshall Thompson (Paul Newman), Sands Hall (Jessica Downey), Carol Bagdasarian (Sarah Hartounian), Buck Kartalian (Leon Hartounian).

February 4, 1980: Censored
Season 3, episode 18
W: Joanne Pagliaro   D: Alexander Singer

With Richard A. Dysart (Mitchell Webster), Laurie Heineman (Marilyn Keefer), Paul Lambert (Senator Fleming), Dan Spector (Ernie), James Gallery (Hank Selby).

February 11, 1980: Lou
Season 3, episode 19
W: Michele Gallery   D: Roger Young

With Richard B. Shull (Jack Towne), Elta Blake (Regina Kelly), Michael Bond (Sam Huntington), Ray Oliver (Wayne Burroughs), Delta Burke (Regina Kelly).

February 18, 1980: Blackout
Season 3, episode 20
W: Steve Kline   D: Allen Williams

With Richard Evans (Walker), Margaret Impert (March), Stanley Grover (Jarret Longworth), Paul Jenkins (Kirby), Walter Brooke (Reggie Washburn).

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