Doogie Howser, M.D.

Season 2 Episode 22

Planet of the Dateless

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Mar 20, 1991 on ABC
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Jack returns with new eyes on his life after volunteering with the "Flying Physicians" for two weeks in Mexico. Meanwhile, Doogie gets his eyes opened at home and shows his maturity.

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  • Doogie is really growing into a wonderful man / person / adult.

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    It is evident Dr. Douglas "Doogie" Howser is growing into a very wonderful grown up man, whom any parent would find pride in being able to call his or her child. It also gives he series a true sense of what it must be like for a 17/18 year old genesis in the 1990s. I came to this conclusion at the end when watching Doogie bow out of his blind date making sure that Jack and his date found each other and have an honest chance with one another. A less mature person wouldn't might see the match, but wouldn't bring those two together and then bow out.



    I also really appreciate the ending where Doogie basically says "Go with God" to Jack in his journal.



    Finally, the scene with Doogie catching his parents planning a night together with an adult movie is outstanding! It really does bring real home life to TV screen.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

Markus Redmond

Markus Redmond

Raymond Alexander

James B. Sikking

James B. Sikking

Dr. David Howser

Kathryn Layng

Kathryn Layng

Nurse Curly Spaulding

Carla Gugino

Carla Gugino

Sarah Newman

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Robin Gordon

Robin Gordon

Julie Kellogg

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David Selburg

David Selburg

Dr. Michaels

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Rif Hutton

Rif Hutton

Dr. Ron Welch

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