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NBC's new drama "Do No Harm," which premieres on the network January 31st but is current being offered up for preview on Hulu, is a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde variation starring Steven Pasquale ("Rescue Me") as neurosurgeon Dr. Jason Cole, who from 8:25pm to 8:25am every night is taken over by his deviant alternate personality Ian Price. The show's careful to say that its protagonist doesn't have Dissociative Identity Disorder -- instead, he suffers from something like it that's also its own conveniently regular thing. But the distinction feel unnecessary, given the long history Did, or multiple personality disorder, has at being stretched, warped and abused into fiction's most convenient excuse for crazy plot twists or high-concept scenarios. Here's a look at some of TV's most memorable uses of multiple personalities. "One Life to Live" (1968-2012) Multiple personalities are as much a soap...

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