Doogie Howser, M.D.

Season 3 Episode 17

If This Is Adulthood, I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia

1
Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Feb 19, 1992 on ABC
8.5
out of 10
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5 votes
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Doogie gets the opportunity to see what it means to be a grown man, when he discovers his girl friend has a four-year old son and Dr. Ron Welch asks him to be his best man. Doogie starts to realize being a genius doesn't have to mean doing everything before people normally do it. He can do stuff in his own time, whether that be early, on-time, or even later than others.

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  • Our boy genius is growing up. Cry! Cheer!

    10
    Step by step the writers are having our boy genius grow up and taking us along with for the ride. We're sharing in his joys, frustrations, enlightening moments, etc all of those emotions that work to define a person's outlook and personality into manhood (well, manhood for Doogie). What make this different and worth viewing is the uniqueness that is Doogie Howser, M.D. The only real downside and what might be the killing factor for this series is the 30 minute restraint. Honestly, all of this would have been so much better in an one hour format.



    As normal, since TV.com dropped the .1 and went with .5 for rating, I round up and 9.501+ becomes 10. This episode is around a 9.6.moreless
Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris

Douglas "Doogie" Howser

Lawrence Pressman

Lawrence Pressman

Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Belinda Montgomery

Belinda Montgomery

Katherine O'Brien Howser

James B. Sikking

James B. Sikking

Dr. David Howser

Max Casella

Max Casella

Vinnie Delpino

Russell Curry

Russell Curry

Tim

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Rif Hutton

Rif Hutton

Dr. Ron Welch

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Miko Hughes

Miko Hughes

Matthew, Cecilia'a Son

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Rif Hutton

Rif Hutton

Dr. Ron Welch

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