St. Elsewhere

1982, TV Show

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HBO Orders Comedy Starring Tim Robbins and Jack Black to Series

HBO has given a series order to The Brink, a comedy starring Tim Robbins and Jack Black, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

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Season 1, Episode 22
Dr. Morrison tries to focus on his work while his wife lies in labor, and the drug-addicted Dr. White is suspected of pilfering prescription medication.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 4/19/1983

Season 1, Episode 21
Doctors Morrison and Ehrlich are at odds over how to treat a man who, unknown to them, is a "Baron von Munchausen,"a patient who revels in having unnecessary surgeries.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 4/12/1983

Season 1, Episode 20
Dr. Craig's disposition is uncharacteristically upbeat as he's further drawn to Dr. Anya, and Dr. White's increasingly reckless behavior lands him in jail.

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Free | Hulu Aired: 4/5/1983

Season 1, Episode 19
Dr. Morrison treats a man determined to drink himself to death, and Dr. Chandler faces a malpractice suit after a patient suffers a fatal coronary. Meanwhile, Dr. Craig is attracted to Dr. Anya, a visiting Hungarian surgeon.

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HBO Orders Comedy Starring Tim Robbins and Jack Black to Series

HBO has given a series order to The Brink, a comedy starring Tim Robbins and Jack Black, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The dark comedy focuses on... read more

TV's Most Memorable End Games

That's a wrap! The stakes are rarely higher for a TV series than at the end of a season — whether it's signing off until next fall with a climactic grand gesture or taking a well-earned final bow. As part of TV Guide Magazine's Finale Preview issue (on newsstands this week), and reflecting the magazine's ongoing celebration of its 60th anniversary, we take a fond look at 60 of the best series and season finales of all time. We hate goodbyes, except when they're done this well.

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Kevin Beggs' Watchlist: What Does He Love About Family Guy?

Kevin Beggs, the president of Lionsgate's television group, may have helped introduce the world to some of the most culturally literate shows on TV, but when it's time for him to name his favorites, he recalls with glee an episode of Family Guy and utters just four words: "Bird Is the Word".

The most fun part of launching TVGuide.com's new mobile app is getting to have unexpected, enlightening conversations about TV with the incredibly smart, talented people who make it. That's why we're thrilled that Beggs, aka the man who has ushered shows like Mad Men, Weeds and Nurse Jackie into the cultural consciousness, has agreed to curate a channel on the app for us.  And why it's such a kick to find out that he's a Family Guy fan. "Seth MacFarlane has turned digression into an artform," he says. Beggs' next project, Nashville, premieres on ABC on Oct. 10 at 10/9c. (Full disclosure: TVGuide.com is owned by a partnership of Lionsgate and JP Morgan's One Equity Partners.)

But let's get down to brass tacks. Can he tell us all kinds of incriminating stories from behind the scenes of Mad Men? "There are many, but I would be killed if I divulged any of them," he jokes.

Here's Beggs' full list. Watch his video introduction to his watchlist below.

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Criminal Minds Exclusive: American Graffiti's Candy Clark to Play JJ's Mom

Get ready to meet JJ's mom!

Oscar-nominated American Graffiti star Candy Clark has been cast as Sandy Jareau, the mother of JJ (A.J. Cook), on Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

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Rachelle Lefevre Cast in NBC Pilot — What Does It Mean for Off the Map?

Rachelle Lefevre has landed the female lead in the NBC pilot, The Crossing, a network rep confirms.

The drama, written by St. Elsewhere co-creator Josh Brand, is set in post-Civil War Missouri and centers on... read more

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Premiered: October 26, 1982, on NBC
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A wildly inventive chronicle of life---and death---at Boston's run-down St. Eligius Hospital carved a distinctive niche with an often surrealistic mix of gritty drama and dark humor. Superbly written and blessed with a fine cast that included future Oscar winners Denzel Washington and, occasionally, Helen Hunt, this most-eccentric medical series was also one of TV's most mature and imaginative hours. High point: the two-part 1986 story `Time Heals,' weaving flashbacks of long-time employees.

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