Nurses (1991)

Season 3 Episode 2

Send in the Gowns

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Aired Unknown Oct 02, 1993 on NBC
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Send in the Gowns
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Casey orders new, obnoxiously-loud, yellow hospital gowns, much to Annie's chagrin. Patients begin complaining that the new gowns are making them itch, so Paco and Jack are assigned to wash them. But after Paco puts the gowns in the dryer, it's discovered that they're flammable. When Mr. Waites shows that he's not happy with the flaming gown situation, Casey lets Jack take the blame. Meanwhile Hank tries to find a romantic way to re-propose to Gina, and he settles on a barbershop quartet... but Gina's taken a leave of absence and disappeared. And Julie points out to Annie, that she would rather "swing" like a gate than confront Casey.moreless

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    Carlos Lacamara

    Carlos Lacamara

    Paco Ortiz

    Stephanie Hodge

    Stephanie Hodge

    Nurse Sandy Miller (1991-1993)

    Arnetia Walker

    Arnetia Walker

    Nurse Annie Roland

    Mary Jo Keenen

    Mary Jo Keenen

    Nurse Julie Milbury

    Ada Maris

    Ada Maris

    Nurse Gina Cuevas-Kaplan

    Kip Gilman

    Kip Gilman

    Dr. Henry "Hank" S. Kaplan

    James Kline

    James Kline

    Barbershop Quartet/Note Finder #1

    Guest Star

    Danny Lee Jordan

    Danny Lee Jordan

    Barbershop Quartet/Bob

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    Peter Neushul

    Peter Neushul

    Barbershop Quartet/Note Finder #3

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      • Julie says that she's "never had a relationship that lasted longer than a month." However, in the previous season, her relationship with Carl lasted more than a month; and in the first season, viewers are led to believe that she might have had a long relationship with Peter Teller (in the episode "Love, Death, and the Whole Damn Thing").

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