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As he slips in the shower, pivotal events in Paul's life flash before his eyes, including the influences of Jamie and his parents. 12-year-old Paul: Garrett Courtney. 12-year-old Ira: Grady Hutt. Sylvia: Cynthia Harris. Jamie: Helen Hunt.
The Buchmans' dogwalker and baby sitter are mutually attracted, but separately advised to let the other make the first move; Paul's sleep problem is traced to Jamie; and Ira eschews sex after seeing himself in the mirror. Arly: Lili Taylor. Nat: Hank Azari (more…)
Comeuppances are in store for Cox, Kelso and J.D. from, respectively, a hypochondriac, a surgical patient and Elliot, who wants more than just sex from J.D. Corman: Richard Kind. Mrs. Kaye: Phyllis Applegate. Dr. Zeltzer: Robert Clendenin.
After having stressful workdays, the Buchmans consider child-care help. Film director James Cameron has a cameo. Nancy: Ellen DeGeneres. Vincent: Fred Willard. Editor: Steven Hack. Director: Daniel Hagen. Paul: Paul Reiser. Jamie: Helen Hunt.
Out of curiosity, Paul takes Viagra, but Jamie misses their scheduled tryst when she's locked out of her health club wearing only a towel. Man with Phone: Max Wright. Cabbie: David Patrick Kelly. Mama: Madeline Lee. Jamie: Helen Hunt.
Paul has a tonsillectomy; Lisa mentors a preteen; Mabel says her first word. Emily: Jenna Lynn Wexler. Chaplain: William Christopher. Diane: Jean Louisa Kelly. Sylvia: Cynthia Harris. Orderly: Damon Standifer. Lisa: Anne Ramsay.
Lisa adopts a cat, whose temperament suggests an ill-bred breed; Jamie finds herself energized by afternoon lovemaking, but Paul is pooped. Ranger: Rodney Van Johnson. Maggie: Judy Geeson. Ira: John Pankow. Paul: Paul Reiser. Jamie: Helen Hunt.
An agent interested in Paul flies the Buchmans to L.A., where luxurious, baby-free living makes Jamie reluctant to return. Gardner: Craig Bierko. Assistant: Reggie Lee. Masseur: Anthony James Beninati. Sylvia: Cynthia Harris.
In the sixth-season opener, Frankie is mistaken about when school begins, so Sue and Brick start classes one week late. Meanwhile, Sue gets her braces off; Mike loses a basketball game to Axl; and Brick searches for his ideal book bag.
Part 1 of two. ER's Julianna Margulies plays “the scariest malpractice attorney in the city.” Not surprisingly, her dad is a patient MDs are afraid to treat. Richard Kind returns as a hypochondriac out to teach Turk a lesson. Doug: Johnny Kastl.
Conclusion. J.D.'s a prisoner of love, bewitched by a malpractice lawyer (Julianna Margulies) who's suing Turk. Elsewhere, Elliot gets short shrift from a sexist-pig patient (Jon Polito), an influential member of the hospital board.
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- Profession: Actor