St. Elsewhere

Season 1 Episode 3

Down's Syndrome

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 1982 on NBC
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Cavanero tries to counsel a couple expecting a Down syndrome child; White makes a near-tragic mistake in the E.R.; Martin and Fiscus are caught in a stalled elevator; Morrison learns his wife is pregnant; and Dr. Beale visits the bomber.

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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)

    David Birney

    David Birney

    Dr. Benjamin Samuels (1982-1983)

    Ed Flanders

    Ed Flanders

    Dr. Donald Westphall

    Tim Robbins

    Tim Robbins

    Andrew Reinhardt

    Guest Star

    Maureen Anderman

    Maureen Anderman

    Denise Whitehill

    Guest Star

    Jack Bannon

    Jack Bannon

    Stephen MacAllister

    Guest Star

    Deborah White

    Deborah White

    Nina Morrison

    Recurring Role

    Barbara K. Whinnery

    Barbara K. Whinnery

    Dr. Cathy Martin

    Recurring Role

    Norman Lloyd

    Norman Lloyd

    Auschlander

    Recurring Role

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      • Beale: You know, they say that paranoids make the very best chess players because with every move, they naturally assume that their opponent is out to get them.

      • Fiscus: (referring to his girlfriend Cathy Martin) She's crazy about me! I keep telling her it's only a sexual realationship and nothing more!
        Ehrlich: That's good! Women are suckers for integrity.

      • White: We're lucky to have Auschlander around to discuss these things.
        Fiscus: Yeah, it's like Marie Antoniette talking about the inner mechanism of the guillotine.

      • Dr. Auschlander: I'm 72 years old now and dying of cancer. Ironic, isn't it? A distinguished liver man like myself betrayed by his own liver. With the radiation and the chemotherapy I'd have a slightly better chance, but the nausea, diarrhea, stomach cramps... I'd be septicemic from the skin infections...The slightest cold could easily turn into pneumonia and finish me off in a week...
        Dr. Westphall: What are you going to do?
        Dr. Auschlander: I'm not sure.
        Dr. Westphall: You know what I think?
        Dr. Auschlander: Tell me.
        Dr. Westphall: You should see a doctor.
        (Auschlander laughs appreciatively)

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