Before ER, before Grey's Anatomy or House M.D., there was ST. ELSEWHERE: the groundbreaking, Emmy Award-winning medical drama that helped to change the face of prime time television.
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Next Week: "In Sickness and In Health”
Thursday, Dec. 23 and Sunday, Dec. 26
The Craigs (William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett) host the wedding of Ehrlich (Ed Begley Jr.) and Roberta (guest star Jean Bruce Scott), and encounter Ehrlich's alcoholic Aunt Charise (guest star Louise Lasser). Joan (Nancy Stafford) makes some special plans on behalf of her terminally ill father (guest star William Windom). Chandler (Denzel Washington) makes a practice run for the Boston Marathon that proves dangerous.
"Drama Center" - Dec. 30 and Jan. 2
A TV documentary crew follows Dr. Craig (William Daniels), and a rape takes place in the hospital parking lot. Michael Richards (Seinfeld) guest stars.
"Attack" - Jan. 6 and 9
Ehrlich (Ed Begley Jr.) is mortified when Roberta (guest star Jean Bruce Scott) broadcasts their marital problems to the whole staff, Dr. Auschlander (Norman Lloyd) is reunited with an old flame, and a ski-masked rapist continues to terrorize St. Eligius.
"After Dark" - Jan. 13 and 16
Dr. Craig (William Daniels) preeningly anticipates winning the coveted Doctor of the Year award, while Ehrlich (Ed Begley Jr.) and Dr. Caldwell (Mark Harmon) make decisions about their romantic futures, and the rapist strikes again.
"Vanity" - Jan. 20 and 23
Dr. Craig (William Daniels) tries to put a stop to the TV documentary when it casts him in an unflattering light, while Rosenthal (Christina Pickles) undergoes breast implant surgery and Martin (Barbara Whinnery) reveals the reason for her sudden disappearance. Michael Richards (Seinfeld) guest stars.