Doctor, Doctor chronicles the exploits of four doctors who formed the Northeast Medical Partners. After completing their Harvard medical schooling and residences they all got together and ...
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Of all the talk shows, there's only one show that doesn't hesitate to take up such serious issues as teenage prostitution, aliens from outer space or breast implants in the Dick Dietrick ... See full summary »
Lynne Marie Stewart,
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Ellen Brewer, a best-selling author, shares her Baltimore home with single daughter Molly Ross plus five year old grandson Nick. Added to the mix is Ellen's sarcastic mother Sydney and her seminar student Tom, a frequent guest.
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Doctor, Doctor chronicles the exploits of four doctors who formed the Northeast Medical Partners. After completing their Harvard medical schooling and residences they all got together and setup their own partnership in Providence, Rhode Island. Written by
This series stands along with Fawlty Towers as the most hilarious and short-lived series on television.
As with Max Headroom, Frewer was far ahead of his time and the show's humor and situations (i.e. his gay brother) were too controversial for 1989 audiences.
I think Frewer's talents have been grossly under-exploited and all of his work since, has been good, but has not provided a good vehicle to exploit his strengths. (The ad-lib outtakes seen on a CBS blooper show in '89 were outrageously funny!!)
Given the right situation he would be one of the comic geniuses of our time.
I keep hoping to see a DVD set or a run on cable so I can tape it.
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