Doogie Howser, M.D.

Season 4 Episode 4

Doogie Doesn't Live Here Anymore

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Oct 14, 1992 on ABC
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Doogie buys a run-down Venice loft, angering his father, who wanted him to buy a condo. Meanwhile, Vinnie's parents get a divorce.

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      • Vinnie: (as a beat poet in Doogie's daydream) The nuclear winter froze my blood, like your lips chilled me last Tuesday. Ode to a president's wife: Oh, Mamie. What has your lover man wrought?

      • Personal journal of Doogie Howser, M.D: OCTOBER 18, 1992... Finally, my own place. From this moment on, I live my own life, I answer to no one. I'm totally free! Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.

      • Mrs. Howser: Actually, David, I can see how an open space like this in a free-spirited neighborhood like this can appeal to a young person like Doogie.
        Dr. Howser: Oh, fine. Thank you, Miss Woodstock, Queen of the '60s.

      • Harold the landlord: (picking up roach Doogie's father has stomped) Did you know a cockroach has fewer germs than a human mouth?
        Dr. Howser: Don't eulogize him. Just get rid of him.

      • Doogie: I'm not exactly the Venice type.
        Vinnie: How do you know what type you are?
        Doogie: I just know this is not me.
        Winnie: Howser, you don't know who you are. The only "you" you know is the you your father's been telling you is you since the day you were born.

      • Vinnie: My father bought a toupee. Looks like he's balancing a road-kill on his head. Something in the weasel family.

      • Vinnie: (about his parents) It's an amicable divorce. If you ask me, it's a whole lot more amicable than the marriage ever was.

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      • Episode title: "Doogie Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
        Based on the title of 1974 motion picture, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, which dealt with a recent widow striking out on her own. The dramatic movie was eventually adapted as the long-running CBS comedy series, Alice, starring Linda Lavin, which ran from 1976 to 1985.

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