St. Elsewhere (1982–1988)
Carla is having her baby at St. Eligius Hospital.
Title mentioned by Ann Jillian
Part of the "TV Stars" segment
Title reference by Bert Convy regarding Kim Miyori's work on the show
The show is mentioned by name.
Mentioned by name.
Mentioned by Johnny as he introduces Christina Pickles
Referenced by name
Crow: "I need to be on the set of 'St. Elsewhere' by four."
Mentioned by name.
Tim's doctor is Dr. Victor Ehrlich.
While looking at $18.00 socks, Mr. Feeny says, "I'm a teacher, not a heart surgeon!" William Daniels, who plays Mr. Feeny, played heart surgeon Dr. Mark Craig on St. Elsewhere.
One of the Pride punishments is a hospital called "St. Elsescare",
Alfre Woodard reprises her role as Dr. Roxanne Turner.
Mentioned as one of Fontana's prior credits.
mentioned during the monologue
St. Elsewhere's management company, Weigert, took over Oz's hospital
Ed Begley Jr. appears as his Dr. Victor Ehrlich character from Fontana's "St. Elsewhere" series.
Teensy says she loved Ed Begley, Jr. on St. Elsewhere.
The four doctors J.D. treats all played roles on "St. Elsewhere."
a still is shown
Nurse Carol worked at St. Elsewhere
line of dialogue: "where do you think you are, St. Elsewhere?"
The final revelation made in this series' final episode was a topic of the 1988's ''What The F*ck Moment''.
This show is one of the squares on the network schedule board.
The ending of the movie is a reference to the ending of the St. Elsewhere series
Howie Mandel talks about meeting a fan who mentions that he was on the show
"Oh my God, it's the ending to St. Elsewhere again!"
"St. Elsewhere was a weird show, huh?"
Mentioned by Howie Mandel
The opening segment.
"St. Elsewhere" is #20.
in 1983 episode
DVD Special Features
"Is Ed Begley, Jr. gonna jump out of my snowglobe?"
Clips featured as part of Mary Tyler Moore tribute.
Mr. Feeny, looking wistfully out the window, says "Ah, St. Eligius," a reference to the hospital William Daniels' character Dr. Mark Craig in "St. Elsewhere" worked at. Additionally, the music mimics the series' theme.