St. Elsewhere

Season 1 Episode 17

Brothers

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Aired Unknown Mar 15, 1983 on NBC
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A fisherman lobbies Dr. Westphall to let his brother die in peace and dignity; Fiscus substitutes for Ehrlich on a date with Shirley Daniels; Helen's stress mounts as the hospital suffers computer glitches and she faces a radical mastectomy; and Peter celebrates his birthday and runs into Myra and her gentleman friend.moreless

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Christina Pickles

Christina Pickles

Nurse Helen Rosenthal

Terence Knox

Terence Knox

Dr. Peter White (1982-1985)

Ed Begley Jr.

Ed Begley Jr.

Dr. Victor Ehrlich

Cynthia Sikes

Cynthia Sikes

Dr. Annie Cavanero (1982-1985)

Ed Flanders

Ed Flanders

Dr. Donald Westphall

David Morse

David Morse

Dr. Jack Morrison

Pat Hingle

Pat Hingle

Walter Schaeffer

Guest Star

Richard Hamilton

Richard Hamilton

Arthur Schaeffer

Guest Star

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

Ira Rosenthal

Guest Star

Melody Anderson

Melody Anderson

Nurse Jill Roberts

Recurring Role

Karen Landry

Karen Landry

Myra White

Recurring Role

Norman Lloyd

Norman Lloyd

Auschlander

Recurring Role

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    • Geritol
      Fiscus: To my wife. I think I'll keep her.
      At an expensive restaurant, Fiscus makes a joke toast to Shirley Daniels whom another patron has mistaken for his wife. The joke is based on a then current television ad for Geritol where a husband boasts about his spouse's achievements and energy, only to end with the agonizingly sexist line: "My wife. I think I'll keep her."

    • In Search Of...

      Fiscus: Just me and Leonard Nimoy. In search of the perfect woman.

      Talking about dating with Shirley Daniels, Fiscus makes a joke about Leonard Nimoy's documentary TV series In Search Of... (1976-1982). The syndicated half hour series purported to provide the facts regarding mysteries and paranormal phenomenon such as the Loch Ness Monster and UFOs. Nimoy acted as narrator.

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