Gideon's Crossing Episodes

2000, TV Show

Episode Detail: Is There a Wise Man in the House? - Gideon's Crossing

The holidays are approaching, but Ben has other things on his mind---chiefly diagnosis, prognosis and treatment for a severely anemic 35-year-old astronomer (Robert Joy). He doesn't know what's killing the man, but he does know that he disagrees with the hematology chief (Graham Beckel). Meanwhile, Stiles is having mixed success in her talent search for the hospital's “holiday extravaganza.” One volunteer: Cabranes. “I sing,” he tells Stiles. She doesn't believe him. Joanne Cooper: Rachel Wilson. Reverend Chuck: Timothy Bottoms.

Episodes: Gideon's Crossing (20)

4/9/2001: Heart of Glass    Season 1, Episode 20
4/2/2001: The Crash    Season 1, Episode 19
3/19/2001: Filaments and Ligatures    Season 1, Episode 18
3/12/2001: Flashpoint    Season 1, Episode 17
3/5/2001: The Others    Season 1, Episode 16
2/12/2001: Prodigal Dad    Season 1, Episode 15
2/5/2001: Life Sentences    Season 1, Episode 14
1/29/2001: Orphans    Season 1, Episode 13
1/22/2001: Dr. Cherry Must Be Stopped    Season 1, Episode 12
1/15/2001: Hinkytown    Season 1, Episode 11
12/27/2000: Clinical Enigma    Season 1, Episode 10
12/20/2000: Is There a Wise Man in the House?    Season 1, Episode 9
12/6/2000: Father Knows Best    Season 1, Episode 8
11/22/2000: The Lottery    Season 1, Episode 7
11/15/2000: Freak Show    Season 1, Episode 6
11/8/2000: The Mistake    Season 1, Episode 5
11/1/2000: The Race    Season 1, Episode 4
10/25/2000: A Routine Case    Season 1, Episode 3
10/18/2000: The Way    Season 1, Episode 2
10/10/2000: The Gift (Pilot)    Season 1, Episode 1

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Premiered: October 10, 2000, on ABC
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Premise: A failed but provocative medical drama about a fiercely principled chief of experimental medicine at Boston's Metropolitan General, a prestigious teaching hospital. Intelligently written and with a superb lead performance by Andre Braugher (sandwiched between his roles on `Homicide: Life on the Street' and `Hack'), the series deserved far better than a one-season run.


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