Mad About You

Season 5 Episode 23

The Birth (1)

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Aired Unknown May 20, 1997 on NBC
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The Birth (1)
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As Paul's documentary gets a surprisingly good review at a film festival, Jamie thinks she is going into labor. So they rush to the hospital, only to find out it was a false alarm. This happens several more times, until it's finally for real.

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    Helen Hunt

    Helen Hunt

    Jamie Stemple Buchman

    Leila Kenzle

    Leila Kenzle

    Fran Devanow

    Paul Reiser

    Paul Reiser

    Paul Buchman

    John Pankow

    John Pankow

    Ira Buchman

    Maui

    Maui

    Murray the Dog

    Anne Ramsay

    Anne Ramsay

    Lisa Stemple

    Michael Moore

    Michael Moore

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Roy Goldman

    Roy Goldman

    Cabbie #3

    Guest Star

    David Correia

    David Correia

    Cabbie #2

    Guest Star

    Suzie Plakson

    Suzie Plakson

    Joan Golfinos

    Recurring Role

    Mo Gaffney

    Mo Gaffney

    Dr. Sheila Kleinman

    Recurring Role

    Robin Bartlett

    Robin Bartlett

    Debbie Buchman

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • At Roosevelt hospital, Jamie requests that Paul return home and retrieve Jamie's ring. Paul estimates that he could be back in 20 mintues, implying 10 minutes each way. Not in New York City. Even if the Buchmans lived next door to the hospital, merely leaving a 1000+ bed hospital, and negotiating the Buchman high-rise would require more than 10 minutes.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Hoping to induce labor, Paul makes amorous gestures toward Jamie, who will give birth imminently)
        Jamie: If I was falling out of a plane, I'd be more in the mood to do this than I am right now.

      • Paul: What do you mean? This is not it?
        Joan: Nope, not it. Often mistaken for it, but not it.
        Jamie: You sure this isn't it?
        Joan: Yup, false 'it.' Take my word for it. That's my job, distinguishing actual 'it' from not 'it'!

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