Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

Season 6 Episode 8

A Time to Heal (1)

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Nov 15, 1997 on CBS
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A Time to Heal (1)
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Mike sends the children to Sully's hideout, but her visiting family refuses to leave diphtheria-ravaged Colorado Springs.

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      • For some time we've wanted to do a more serious medical show, i.e., one in which the town is presented with an overall medical crisis. There hasn't been any kind of epidemic in town to speak of, since the first episode which I wrote, so it seemed only fitting that I would write this one as well. It was a bit nostalgic for me in that I was revisiting memories of the first show -- the brand new comraderie and our determination to succeed even though we were many months from being on the air.

        What this meant to me was a chance to really do what I enjoy doing the most with the characters, which is to get in to the innermost part of them and how they are challenged when life is at its darkest. I also enjoy bringing Dr. Mike's Boston family out to Colorado Springs and dealing with those issues.

        Beth Sullivan

      • Georgann Johnson and Elinor Donahue return for this two part special; Haylie Johnson makes her final appearance as Becky Bonner.

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