St. Elsewhere

Season 1 Episode 19

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Aired Unknown Apr 05, 1983 on NBC
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Morrison tries to reason with a patient determined to drink himself to death; Chandler faces a malpractice suit after a patient dies unexpectedly in an elevator; White goes crazy with jealousy; and Dr. Craig enjoys the company of a visiting Hungarian surgeon.

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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

    Ed Flanders

    Ed Flanders

    Dr. Donald Westphall

    David Morse

    David Morse

    Dr. Jack Morrison

    Howie Mandel

    Howie Mandel

    Dr. Wayne Fiscus

    Ed Lauter

    Ed Lauter

    Stan Morgen

    Guest Star

    Rita Zohar

    Rita Zohar

    Dr. Vera Anya

    Guest Star

    James Sutoris

    James Sutoris

    Sam Hendrix

    Guest Star

    Melody Anderson

    Melody Anderson

    Nurse Jill Roberts

    Recurring Role

    Norman Lloyd

    Norman Lloyd

    Auschlander

    Recurring Role

    Ellen Bry

    Ellen Bry

    Shirley Daniels

    Recurring Role

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      • Westphall: Sometimes, the people closest to a situation have the least amount of insight into it especially when it means they're going to have to recognize something they don't want to see.

      • Westphall: (to Anya) Dr. Craig's philisophy is this: The only problem with being on call every other night is that you miss half the interesting cases.

      • Auschlander: Now, I know I'm going to die soon and there isn't anything anyone can do about it. But I'd give everything I own, if I could have just one more day... one more minute... to enjoy everything my family has meant to me. And that's why I know... that what you're doing to yourself is absolutely wrong.
        Morgen: Yeah, it's easy for you to say but I bet if you died 20 years ago, you'd have still lived a better life than I ever will.
        Auschlander: Life has dealt us both a bad card but you have many more left in the deck and it's only a fool who wouldn't play out his hand.

      • Westphall: You know, in the good old days, when medicine was a gentlemanly profession, people didn't sue their doctors. Nowadays, they're awarding all these huge judgments. The legal climate is...
        Hendrix: Fertile.

      • White: Hey, look. Just because you made a mistake with a patient this morning, don't be carrying that around on your shoulders like that's the last mistake you'll ever make.
        Chandler: Look. You don't anything about the case. You don't know anything about anything, so why don't you just shut the hell up.
        White: Why don't you take it easy...?
        Chandler: No, you take it easy. You take it easy. You know, you're in no position to make remarks about anything around here, because you don't know anything.
        Nurse Daniels: Dr. Chandler...
        Chandler: You give your patients the wrong antibiotics, you don't know what medications they're on and you write the worst progress notes. You're pathetic. Pathetic! (begins to walk away) And another thing... if it weren't for everybody covering for your mistakes, you would've been gone months ago!

      • Anya: We must be good surgeons even though we are tired, because Dr. Craig hasn't yelled at us yet.
        Craig: I don't yell. Who says I yell? I instruct.

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