China Beach

Season 1 Episode 3

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Aired Unknown Apr 27, 1988 on ABC
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Laurette auditions local entertainers to fill in the act and McMurphy struggles to overcome her feelings when a Viet Cong woman who was responsible for blowing up a friend is brought into the hospital for treatment.

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    Charles Cyphers

    Charles Cyphers

    General

    Guest Star

    Ned Vaughn

    Ned Vaughn

    Dewey

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth Lindsay

    Elizabeth Lindsay

    Viet Cong Nurse

    Guest Star

    Jeff Kober

    Jeff Kober

    Dodger Winslow

    Recurring Role

    Bobby Hosea

    Bobby Hosea

    Sweetness Elroy

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • McMurphy now has three medals – one that was given to her by Dewey as he left the hospital to go home and the two that the VC Nurse (who had been awarded by mistake) left her as she was leaving-escaping the hospital.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Laurette (to McMurphy): Your hair looks great. What's under it – not so great.

      • Dr. Richard: Uh oh, say ah.
        McMurphy: What are you doing?
        Dr. Richard: Say ah.
        McMurphy: Ahhhh!
        Dr. Richard (checking her throat): Yeah, I was afraid of this.
        McMurphy: What?!
        Dr. Richard: War addict. Hooked on adrenalin. Can't be cured.
        McMurphy: Careful, it's contagious.
        Dr. Richard: Should have gone home, but you couldn't stay away from me, admit it.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Both of the major guest stars in this episode returned later on in recurring roles. Ned Vaughn who plays Dewey in this episode returns as Jeff Hyers, and Elizabeth Lindsay who plays the VC Nurse in this episode returns as Becket's girlfriend Mai in the second season.

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