Doogie Howser, M.D.

Season 2 Episode 11

Oh Very Young

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Nov 28, 1990 on ABC
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Doogie gets a lesson in agism and his own biases, rethinking his position on Curly falling for the older Canfield when a visiting reconstructive surgeon he's been chosen to work with dismisses him as being too young.

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    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

    Lisa Dean Ryan

    Lisa Dean Ryan

    Wanda Plenn

    Kathryn Layng

    Kathryn Layng

    Nurse Curly Spaulding

    Granville Van Dusen

    Granville Van Dusen

    Dr. Jonathan Reardon

    Guest Star

    Adrian Pearson

    Adrian Pearson

    Heather

    Guest Star

    Mauri Bernstein

    Mauri Bernstein

    Girl in Crowd

    Guest Star

    Rif Hutton

    Rif Hutton

    Dr. Ron Welch

    Recurring Role

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      • Vinnie : You know, Doog, the entire history of our great country could be deduced by studying women's underwear.
        Doogie: This ought to be worth listening to. Go.
        Vinnie: Take ancient times—the '50s. Our country was very uptight. Women wore utilitarian brassieres: plain white cotton, three hooks. We're talking monster bras.
        Doogie: That's insightful.
        Vinnie: But then came the '60s. Things loosened up. The youth movement kicked in. Burn the bra! Let it all hang out. The beauty of the natural woman fully visible under a diaphanous tie-dyed garment.
        Doogie: Right on. Right on.
        Vinnie: But then came the '70s. Nixon was President. Watergate. America was depressed. Women went back to covering their breasts.
        Doogie: It was a black era, Vinnie.
        Vinnie: But this is a great country, Doog. We were down but not out. The '80s came (Vinnie stands up, while continuing to speak) along, and as a nation, we rallied. American womanhood stood tall, took off their blouses and said, "I'm proud! I'm free! I'm gonna wear my underwear on the outside!" (laughter from many people around them; Vinnie begins singing "America the Beautiful") America, America
        Vinnie and Doogie: (Doogie stands up and joins Vinnie) sheds his grace on thee and crown thy -- Cut to the normal opening

      • Dr. Canfield: I have tickets to the Hollywood Bowl Tuesday night. We're gonna see Yo-Yo Ma.
        Curly: I love them.

      • Doogie's Journal Entry: December 3, 1990... Dr. Reardon believes that good judgement comes with age. The minute he refused to work with me, he proved himself wrong.

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