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This hour-long dramatic series featured life at St. Eligius Hospital, headed by Drs. Donald Westphall and Daniel Auschlander. Every year, new residents would walk down the halls of St. Eligius; learning to deal with perfectionist Cardiovascular Surgeon Mark Craig was only the beginning of the way the hospital and its interesting patients would change their lives forever. Written by
In one episode, Dr. Axelrod and P.A. Luther Hawkins are trying to cheer up Dr. Fiscus, who had been shot. Among the things they perform to do that is blowing up rubber surgical gloves, then putting them over their heads, to no avail, prompting Axelrod (Stephen Furst) to make a comment about the guy on TV who got a big laugh on TV doing the bit - which was Howie Mandel, who played Dr. Fiscus. See more »
After the credits, they show the MTM kitten wearing a surgical mask and smock to match the show. In final episode, the MTM kitten is shown underneath the credits, hooked up to life-support. At the end of the credits, the kitten flatlines. See more »
The two part episode that spanned St. Eligius' history from 1935-1985 was the best show ever on TV. The great thing about the show is that you never know if things will wind up good or bad, and the show likes to use your own memory of previous shows rather than beat you over the head with them.
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