Quincy, M.E.

Season 6 Episode 11

Scream to the Skies

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 11, 1981 on NBC
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Scream to the Skies
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Quincy investigates a plane crash at sea and discovers that most of the victims died needlessly.

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  • Illogical epsiode ending

    3.0
    This one has a illogical the airline attempts to gag Quincy from making any statements about the plane of all Quincy has a BIG as a COunty Coroner he can have a PUBLIC HEARING ON THE CAUSES OF THE CRASH.........
  • Quincy attempts to improve airline safety after witnessing the needless deaths of 97 passengers who could have been saved had there been life rafts.

    9.0
    Similar but different from his his usual crusades, he tries to take on corporate airlines, their policies, the FAA and the US Senate.



    Liked this episode because it showed a different side of Quincy - more sensitive and human. Also enjoyed his mock demonstration with the Senators to put on their air safety life vests. Quincy attempts to improve airline safety after witnessing the needless deaths of 97 passengers who could have been saved had there been life rafts. Nice touch too, kicking off the episode with his surprise birthday celebration. A man bound by his duty to the people!moreless
Anita Gillette

Anita Gillette

Dr. Emily Hanover (1982-1983)

John Nolan

John Nolan

John, Danny's Bartender

Jack Klugman

Jack Klugman

Dr. Quincy

Val Bisoglio

Val Bisoglio

Danny Tovo

Robert Ito

Robert Ito

Sam Fujiyama

Lynette Mettey

Lynette Mettey

Lee Potter (seasons 1-2)

Gilbert Green

Gilbert Green

Gerald Richmond

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Richard O'Brien (II)

Richard O'Brien (II)

Senator McGreavy

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Montana Smoyer

Montana Smoyer

Connie

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June Dayton

June Dayton

Woman Senator

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Paul Lambert

Paul Lambert

Unknown

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