Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

Sanctuary

Season 2, Ep 2, Aired 10/2/93
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  • Episode Description
  • Loren's sister-in-law, Dorothy, arrives in town, badly beaten from her alcoholic husband, Marcus. When Marcus is later found dead, Dorothy is aquitted for murder and Dr. Mike, as her lawyer, seeks out to see if she really did murder him.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Chad Allen

    Matthew Cooper

  • Erika Flores

    Colleen Cooper (1993-1995)

  • Jane Seymour (I)

    Dr. Michaela "Mike" Quinn

  • Shawn Toovey

    Brian Cooper

  • Josef Anderson

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Sully: Snowbird, how are you? Snowbird: He-dunna! Sully: What'd you say to her? Michaela : None of your business! (Walked Away) Sully:(Confused)Hu?

    • Sully: Snowbird how are you? Snowbird: He-dunna! Sully: What'd you say to her? Michaela : None of your business! (Walked Away) Sully:(Confused)hu?

    • Sully: There's an old Indian legend that says man and woman were once united - four arms, four legs, two backs. And one day the great spirit grew angry at this creature and took his tomahawk and cut 'em apart. And ever since that day men and women have tried to get back together again. Whenever they can. Smile

    • Michaela: Don't we have enough? Sully: You wanna learn to fish... ya gotta dig for worms. Michaela: Ha! Here's one. Sully: Half worms don't count. Michaela: Why not? Sully: It's fishin' rules.

    • Sully: Someone's wife is pretty mad. Michaela: My goodness, she's angry. I feel sorry for the poor fellow. Whose teepee is it? Cloud Dancing: Mine.

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    Notes (2)

    • This episode was filmed from 5/17/93 - 5/25/93.

    • Barbara Babcock makes her DQMW debut.

    Trivia (1)

    • Earthworms are hermphroditic, but reproduction does not happen quite as Dr. Mike describes. A hermaphroditic worm cannot reproduce by itself. It must "couple" with another worm, and then they fertilize each other. Each will lay a "cocoon" full of eggs following cross-fertilization.

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