St. Elsewhere

Season 4 Episode 1

Remembrance of Things Past

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Aired Unknown Sep 18, 1985 on NBC
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Remembrance of Things Past
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The hospital review board acquires a new member from the psychiatric floor; Chandler experiences long-suppressed resentments when he treats a Vietnamese patient; and Dr. Turner counsels an upwardly mobile couple who can't conceive a child.

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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

    Mark Harmon

    Mark Harmon

    Dr. Robert "Bobby" Caldwell [ season 2-4 ]

    Cynthia Sikes

    Cynthia Sikes

    Dr. Annie Cavanero (1982-1985)

    Stephen Furst

    Stephen Furst

    Dr. Elliot Axelrod (1983-1988)

    Le Tuan

    Le Tuan

     

    Guest Star

    Joseph Ruskin

    Joseph Ruskin

     

    Guest Star

    Tom Bellen

    Tom Bellen

     

    Guest Star

    George DelHoyo

    George DelHoyo

    Ken Valere

    Recurring Role

    Oliver Clark

    Oliver Clark

    John Doe #6

    Recurring Role

    Philip Sterling

    Philip Sterling

    Dr. Weiss

    Recurring Role

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      • John Doe (Oliver Clark), afflicted with amnesia, begins a search for a name by alphabetically pairing letters and using them as initials. For "AA", he comes up with Alan Alda. Clark worked with Alda on an episode of M*A*S*H in which he played a character with the same name as Alda's, Captain Ben Pierce.

      • First appearance of the legendary John Doe #6.

      • This episode is the debut of Roxanne Turner (a very complex character who netted Alfre Woodard an Emmy nomination for her brilliant work in the role), and the return of Donald Westphall. Ed Flanders actually did leave at the end of season 3, and the show had no idea if he would return or not. He did, and is worked into the final moments here.

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      • Remembrance of Things Past
        This episode shares its title with the celebrated novel by Marcel Proust. Released in France in 1913 and translated into English in 1922, the book is a lengthy and complex semi-autobiographical study of sense and memory.

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