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"Doogie Howser, M.D." (1989) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

19 September 1989
Doogie passes one test to get his driver's license, but he must pass another when he treats a critically ill boy.

Season 1, Episode 2: The Ice Queen Cometh

20 September 1989
Victoria Burke, the hospital's attractive new chief of radiology, wants some of Doogie's genius genes.

Season 1, Episode 3: A Stitch Called Wanda

27 September 1989
When Wanda's appendix ruptures with her parents out of town, Doogie ignores hospital policy to operate on her. This creates tension with Dr. Canfield as well as Wanda.

Season 1, Episode 4: Frisky Business

4 October 1989
Fed up with being regarded as a 'nerd' by his peers and as a 'little kid' by his co-workers, Doogie decides to throw a party when his parents go away for the weekend.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Bernie Hern ... Mr. Berman
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn
Thelma Lee ... Mrs. Berman
Natsuko Ohama ... Dr. Matsamura
Conroy Gedeon ... Officer Whitman

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart
Huck Liggett ... Dr. Lucas (as Huck Ligget)

Matt Levin ... Brian (as Matt E. Levin)
Pablo Bryant ... Jeff Rutledge
Ken Exner ... Kevin
R.J. Arterburn ... Detective Morris

Conrad Hurtt ... Emergency room doctor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Short Goodbye

11 October 1989
After arguing with his dad about his finances, Doogie decides to go out on his own and rent an apartment. After hearing that a celebrity is staying at the hospital, Vinnie impersonates Doogie to meet her.

Season 1, Episode 6: Simply Irresistible

18 October 1989
Frustrated with the strict policies, long shifts and stressful atmosphere of Eastman, Doogie gets a lucrative offer from a group of doctors from an upscale Brentwood hospital and seriously considers taking it.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Lee Wilkof ... Dr. Goring
Roger Nolan ... Dr. Allen Brady

Mark L. Taylor ... Dr. Garreth Price
Lisa Fuller ... Katie / Kelly

Javi Mulero ... Tony

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Welch

Ebbe Roe Smith ... Suspect
Gil Serna ... Mr. Gonzales
Linda Gibboney ... Mrs. Iger (as Kathie Gibboney)

Bob Minor ... Office Reese (as Robert Minor)
Brady Bluhm ... Bobby Iger
Jarrett Lennon ... Brandon Tartikoff
Eddie Torres ... Hector Gonzales
Wanda Acuna ... Maria Gonzales

Season 1, Episode 7: Vinnie Video Vici

25 October 1989
The hospital agrees to let Vinnie film a documentary about Doogie. However, his annoying techniques and intrusive behavior annoy Doogie who must tell a family that their daughter might have cancer.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn
Sally Spencer ... Megan's Mother

Thora Birch ... Megan (as Thora)
James Tartan ... Dr. Wegman
Dean Fortunato ... Construction Worker
Gwen E. Davis ... Fiona Wilkes
Bill Saito ... Dr. Nakayama
Todd Kimsey ... Mr. Kinnevy (as Todd Grant Kimsey)
Angela Cox Smith ... Pregnant Woman
William Winckler ... Vinnie's Friend (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Blood and Remembrance

1 November 1989
Doogie's busy schedule causes tension in his relationship with Wanda. He then sees an example of love-gone-wrong at the hospital when one of his patients needs a blood transfusion from his estranged wife who is unwilling to oblige unless he signs the divorce papers.

Season 1, Episode 9: She Ain't Heavy, She's My Cousin

8 November 1989
Doogie fixes Vinnie up with Wanda's cousin who is much larger than everyone expected. At the hospital, Doogie comes across a patient who is obsessed with her appearance.

Season 1, Episode 10: My Old Man and the Sea

15 November 1989
Doogie's plans to go on a weekend getaway with Wanda are spoiled when he realizes that it's the same weekend as his dad's annual fishing trip. Not wanting to hurt his dad's feelings, he agrees to go.

Season 1, Episode 11: Tonight's the Night

22 November 1989
Doogie and Wanda, feeling pressured to have sex, make plans to sleep together when Doogie's parents go away for the weekend. At the hospital, Doogie treats a 17-year old girl who gives birth and then abandons the baby on his doorstep.

Season 1, Episode 12: Every Dog Has His Doogie

29 November 1989
Doogie, upset at the hospital's lack of compassion and adherence to a strict budget, decides to sneak in a dog with a broken leg and operate on it. When he gets caught, his job becomes at risk.

Season 1, Episode 13: Doogie the Red-Nosed Reindeer

13 December 1989
After being forced to work a shift on Christmas Eve, Doogie fakes sickness to get out of it and go to a party with his friends.

Season 1, Episode 14: Greed Is Good

3 January 1990
Doogie goes on a game-show for geniuses only to have everyone wanting a piece of the prizes. At the hospital, he treats an ex-boxer with symptoms of glaucoma.

Season 1, Episode 15: Attack of the Green-Eyed Monster

10 January 1990
Wanda gets upset after Doogie runs into an attractive former patient at the movie theater and he does nothing to resist her flirting. Doogie's parents stop talking to each other over the same issue.

Season 1, Episode 16: It Ain't Over Till Mrs. Howser Sings

17 January 1990
When Doogie's mom mammogram reveals a lump on her breast that turns out to be benign, she decides that she is going to start living her life to the fullest, which includes singing at a nightclub.

Season 1, Episode 17: Tough Guys Don't Teach

31 January 1990
As part of a community relations effort by the hospital, Doogie is asked to go to the high school and teach sexual education. On his first day, he is challenged to an after school fight by the captain of the football team.

Season 1, Episode 18: I Never Sold Shower Heads for My Father

7 February 1990
Vinnie's reluctance to go into the family business creates tension with his father who may need heart surgery.

Season 1, Episode 19: Doogie's Awesome, Excellent Adventure

14 February 1990
In return for saving the life of the coolest guy in school, Doogie is rewarded by being allowed to hang around with him and his cool friends. With his new found coolness, Doogie neglects Vinnie and disobeys his father.

Season 1, Episode 20: Use a Slurpy, Go to Jail

28 February 1990
Doogie and Vinnie are held hostage in a convenience store by a gang member.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

Harold Sylvester ... John Lucas

L. Scott Caldwell ... Mrs. Alexander
John Shearin ... Captain Adams
Eli Rich ... Sergeant Fogle
E. Hampton Beagle ... Lou
Julie Serquinia ... Valerie Simpson
Alejandro Quezada ... Customer

Season 1, Episode 21: Whose Mid-Life Crisis Is It Anyway?

14 March 1990
When Doogie's dad begins to feel old and unimportant, he decides to quit his medical practice. Doogie and his mom then decide to gather many of the patients he has helped over the years in hopes of changing his mind.

Season 1, Episode 22: Vinnie's Blind Date

21 March 1990
Vinnie romances a blind girl that Doogie introduced him to at the hospital. When she gets an operation that will restore her sight, he worries that she will not find him physically attractive.

Season 1, Episode 23: And the Winner Is...

28 March 1990
When Doogie and Jack hear a rumor that they are neck and neck for Resident of the Year, they both try to gain an advantage by trying to influence the judges which ultimately puts them in awkward positions.

Season 1, Episode 24: Breaking Up Is Hard to Doogie

4 April 1990
Realizing that his relationship with Wanda has stalled, Doogie ponders whether to break it off or keep it going and risk being unhappy. Jack gets jealous when Curly begins dating a hotshot doctor.

Season 1, Episode 25: The Grass Ain't Always Greener

25 April 1990
Fresh off his breakup with Wanda, Doogie scores a date with a Lakers cheerleader. He soon realizes that she is too grown up for him.

Season 1, Episode 26: Frankly, My Dear, I Don't Give a Grand

2 May 1990
Vinnie comes down with tonsillitis right before he is about to lose his virginity. Doogie is upset with Wanda when she tells him that she will be going away to France for the summer.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Doogenstein

12 September 1990
After having an eerie dream where he is attacked by Frankenstein, Doogie goes to a psychiatrist and realizes that he is missing out on his life because of his job.

Season 2, Episode 2: Guess Who's Coming to Doogie's

19 September 1990
Doogie is surprised when Raymond, the former gang member who once held him hostage, shows up at the hospital. Impressed by Raymond's transformation into a responsible person, Doogie invites him to dinner and gets him a job at the hospital.

Season 2, Episode 3: Ask Dr. Doogie

26 September 1990
"Dr. Doogie" becomes an overnight sensation after he appears in public service announcements on a popular music channel. However, when his fame gets in the way of his job and normal life, he must choose whether he wants to keep up the hectic schedule.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Wayne Powers ... Jack Williams

Mayim Bialik ... Candace
Georg Olden ... Brad

James Paradise ... Director

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch
Kendra Booth ... Janet

Kathy Christopherson ... Girl in Shower
Tiffany Muxlow ... Blonde #1

Sharon Case ... Blonde #2

Arsenio Hall ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: C'est la Vinnie

3 October 1990
While trying to talk his pregnant French teacher into helping him improve his failing grade, Vinnie ends up stuck in an elevator with her. She starts to go into labor and he is forced to call Doogie for help.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Jeff Harlan ... Father
Harry Herman ... Mechanic

Mimi Kuzyk ... Madam Feldbloom

Eugene Pack ... Guillaume

Season 2, Episode 5: Car Wars

10 October 1990
Doogie argues with his dad over whether he can buy a 1957 Chevy convertible. At the hospital, Doogie tries to get through to a mentally retarded patient who refuses treatment for a potentially fatal illness.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Kip Gilman ... Frank Muresan (as Kenneth David Gilman)
Kerry Remsen ... Trish

Jennifer Rhodes ... Dr. Butterworth

Season 2, Episode 6: Doogie Sings the Blues

17 October 1990
Doogie admits a homeless man to the hospital who turns out to be Blind Otis Lemon, a legendary blues player long thought to be dead. When Otis is scheduled for surgery to remove a tumor that could possibly leave him deaf, Vinnie and Raymond sneak him out of the hospital for one last gig.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Joe Seneca ... Blind Otis Lemon
Teddy Wilson ... Joe

Art Evans ... Jimmy

Scanlon Gail ... Dr. Phil Stoessl

Louisa Abernathy ... Nurse

Season 2, Episode 7: Academia Nuts

24 October 1990
Doogie is asked to make up an illness for a rich hypochondriac who gives large donations to the hospital. Struggling with his grades, Vinnie decides to drop out of high school.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Carol Bruce ... Mrs. Beatrice Portmeyer
Roy Brocksmith ... Guidance Counselor
Charles Levin ... Norman

John Miranda ... Animal Trainer

Season 2, Episode 8: Revenge of the Teenage Dead

31 October 1990
Vinnie has problems finding someone to play a chainsaw killer in his slasher film. Doogie must spend time with an uptight 13-year old prodigy to determine if he is a good candidate for medical school.

Season 2, Episode 9: Nautilus for Naught

7 November 1990
Doogie is jealous when Wanda becomes friends with a male nude model in her art class. At the hospital, Doogie suspects that a pretty young model is bulimic. The hospital holds its annual bachelor auction with Doogie participating for the first time.

Season 2, Episode 10: Don't Let the Turkeys Get You Down

14 November 1990
Vinnie is depressed when he learns that Janine's parents offered her a car if she would break up with him. Katherine's parents come to visit for Thanksgiving which causes tension with David who never felt they accepted him as their son-in-law.

Season 2, Episode 11: Oh Very Young

28 November 1990
After being dumped by McGuire, Curly starts dating the newly divorced Dr. Canfield. Doogie is chosen as one of five doctors to work with a highly-respected reconstructive surgeon.

Season 2, Episode 12: TV or Not TV

5 December 1990
Needing a recommendation to get into NYU film school, Vinnie poses as an orderly to try and meet the head of ABC television who is staying at the hospital. Meanwhile, Doogie's first poker night with the guys at the hospital is memorable for all the wrong reasons.

Season 2, Episode 13: A Woman Too Far

12 December 1990
Doogie is attracted to a nursing student who he asks out behind Wanda's back. A man who is staying at the hospital is married to two different women without each one knowing about the other. He asks Doogie to try and prevent each one from seeing the other.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Michael McManus ... Roy Lester

Heather McAdam ... Lisa

Candice Azzara ... Joanne Lester

Patty McCormack ... Marge Lester

Shari Shattuck ... Heather
John LeFleur ... Dennis (as John Robert LaFleur)

Season 2, Episode 14: Presumed Guilty

2 January 1991
When Vinnie takes Doogie's car out for a spin, it gets smashed by a falling piano. Doogie, Vinnie, and Mrs. Howser agree not tell Dr. Howser who secretly finds out via a phone call from the auto mechanic. At the hospital, Doogie tries to order tests for a star college basketball player who refuses to seek treatment for fear that will damage his chances to play professionally.

Season 2, Episode 15: To Live and Die in Brentwood

9 January 1991
When her mother dies unexpectedly in a car accident, Wanda keeps her distance from Doogie.

Season 2, Episode 16: Air Doogie

23 January 1991
Doogie, realizing that he has no athletic skills, fakes an injury so he doesn't have to play in an exhibition basketball game against a rival hospital. Raymond tries overly hard to impress a woman staying at the hospital, even though she has no interest in him.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Julius Erving ... Dr. J

Jada Pinkett Smith ... Trish Andrews (as Jada Pinkett)

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch
Larry Gelman ... Dr. Ramsey
Greg Callahan ... Dr. Goodland
Richard James Baker ... Referee

Season 2, Episode 17: A Life in Progress

30 January 1991
The hospital hires an artist to decorate a mural inside the children's center. When it is found that the artist has AIDS, he is dismissed amid public concerns.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Robert Clohessy ... Jeff Moore

James T. Callahan ... Phil (as James Callahan)

Jim McMullan ... Jerry (as James McMullan)

Danielle Zuckerman ... Samantha
Mimi Bensinger ... Joy Curson
Thomas V. Mikkelsen ... Reporter #1
Russ Bolinger ... Big Guy

Season 2, Episode 18: My Two Dads

6 February 1991
Upset that his father won't spend any time with him, Vinnie convinces Doogie and his dad to take them on their annual fishing trip.

Season 2, Episode 19: Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition

13 February 1991
Katherine's parent make a surprise visit to the house while it is being remodeled. Her father quickly makes his presence known by offending the contractor who promptly quits on the spot. At the hospital, Doogie tells a couple with a family history of miscarriages that they're having a baby.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Daniel Faraldo ... Luis
Courtney Gebhart ... Nora McDonald
Gloria Henry ... Irene O'Brien
Chris Latta ... Mr. Stapleton (as Christopher Collins)
Douglas Mckay ... Dennis McDonald (as Douglas McKay)

Tim O'Connor ... Don O'Brien
Rudy Prieto ... Miguel

Season 2, Episode 20: Fatal Distraction

20 February 1991
Still grieving over the death of her mother, Wanda has no time to go out with Doogie. She allows him to go to the hospital's annual Monte Carlo night with someone else. So Doogie asks a student nurse to go as his "date".

Season 2, Episode 21: The Doctor, the Wife, her Son and the Job

13 March 1991
Doogie's mom takes a job as a patient advocate at the hospital. Doogie, upset because she is causing him embarrassment, and his dad, upset about not having dinner cooked, both think she should quit.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Stan Kamber ... Mr. Sullivan

James Hong ... Gardener

Victoria Racimo ... Mrs. Diaz

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch
Glen Vernon ... Patient

Carlease Burke ... Paramedic

Peter Riga ... Orderly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Planet of the Dateless

20 March 1991
Jack comes back from a two-week trip in the Mexican rain forest as a changed man with the hospital no longer part of his plans. Doogie desperately scrambles to get a date for the Eastman dance.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Robyn Lively ... Nurse Michele Faber

David Selburg ... Dr. Michaels

Carla Gugino ... Sara Newman

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch
Robin Gordon ... Julie Kellogg
Kimber Sissons ... April (as Kimberly Sissons)

Nora Masterson ... Woman at Airport
Joel Lawrence ... Man at Airport

Peter Riga ... Orderly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Doogie's Wager

3 April 1991
Vinnie is nervous about possibly not getting accepted into film school. Doogie gets worried when the baby of a couple that has been trying to conceive for 12 years is born premature.

Season 2, Episode 24: A Kiss Ain't Just a Kiss

24 April 1991
A scorned Janine turns to Doogie. Raymond's estranged father is admitted to the hospital.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Mitchell Anderson ... Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Carlease Burke ... Female Paramedic

Jennifer Gatti ... Phyllis Maldarelli

Michael D. Roberts ... Mr. Alexander, Raymond's estranged father

Season 2, Episode 25: Dances with Wanda

1 May 1991
Vinnie and Janine convince Doogie to ask Wanda to the prom. At the hospital, Doogie is amazed by the positive attitude of a girl awaiting a heart transplant.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Summer of '91

25 September 1991

Season 3, Episode 2: Doogie Has Left the Building: Part 1

2 October 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Andrew Bilgore ... Aaron (as J. Andrew Bilgore)
Sue Bugden ... Dr. Halper
Reo Danzelle ... Thelma
Jeannie Elias ... Mrs. Stevens
S. Marc Jordan ... Mr. Jenkins
Justin Lord ... Dr. Owens

James Morrison ... Mr. Stevens, father of Will
Danielle Raciti ... Louise

Garette Ratliff Henson ... Will (as Garette Ratliff)
Jane Marla Robbins ... Ms. McCallister
Milton Selzer ... The Judge

Nick Toth ... Mr. Richland
Allen Williams ... Dr. Brickman

Season 3, Episode 3: Doogie Has Left the Building: Part 2

9 October 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Jeannie Elias ... Mrs. Stevens

James Hong ... Mr. Chen

Dana Jackson ... Sandra
S. Marc Jordan ... Mr. Jenkins
Justin Lord ... Dr. Owens

James Morrison ... Mr. Stevens, father of Will

Garette Ratliff Henson ... Will (as Garette Ratliff)

Season 3, Episode 4: It's a Damm Shaman

16 October 1991
Vinnie girlfriend wants to run to Las Vegas to get married. Doogie takes on a curse to save a boys life.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Ed Bernard ... The Judge

Richard Fancy ... Howard Stewart
Paul Fujimoto ... Shaman
Sao Her ... Mr. Yang

Emily Kuroda ... Janet Masuda
Elizabeth Norment ... Nancy Stewart

John T. Olson ... Feldman
Fong Xiong ... Fong

Season 3, Episode 5: The Cheese Stands Alone

23 October 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Helaine Lembeck ... Cathy
Patricia Matthews ... Liz (as Patricia Matthew)
Bess Meyer

Season 3, Episode 6: Lonesome Doog

30 October 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)
Tammy Ames ... Nurse

Loren Blackwell ... Man in Gallery
Lisa Capps ... Bookmobile Girl
Ellaraino ... Woman in Gallery
David Gail ... Ian Samuels (as David Gilbert Gail)
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn
Suzanne Tara ... Candystriper

Lindsley Allen ... Girl in elevator (uncredited)
Blair Bell ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: When Doogie Comes Marching Home

13 November 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Steve Blackwood ... Soldier #2
Will Cascio ... Soldier #1
Anne Haney ... Mrs. Moran
Christopher Yohe ... Soldier #3
Blair Bell ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Doogstruck

20 November 1991
Doogie decides to drive to Chicago to see Wanda; Vinnie tags along. But when they reach the desert, the car breaks down. While waiting for it to be fixed, he literally bumps into a woman who gives him a pause to think about what he is doing. And the mechanic shows Vinnie his artistic side.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)
Polly Blanchard ... Tiffany
John Durbin ... Death

David Graf ... Sam, desert mechanic
Todd Harrington ... Cutest waiter

Denise Richards ... Alissa
Pamela Small ... Nina
Suzanne Tara ... Dayna

Danielle von Zerneck ... Shannon Nichols

Season 3, Episode 9: Room and Broad

27 November 1991

Season 3, Episode 10: Doogiesomething

4 December 1991

Season 3, Episode 11: Truth and Consequences

11 December 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Kene Holliday ... Bert Dexter
Tony T. Johnson ... Andre

Perrey Reeves ... Cecilia

David Selburg ... Dr. Michaels
D.H. Martin ... Orderly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: It's a Wonderful Laugh

18 December 1991


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Andrew Bilgore ... Aaron (as J. Andrew Bilgore)
Sara Rose Johnson ... Stephanie

Clea Lewis ... Lyla

James Madio ... Jimmy Pellegrino
Laurel Moglen ... Chelsea

Rex Linn ... Billy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Dangerous Reunions

8 January 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Christopher Allport ... Wally Goldstein
Lloyd Avery II ... Red
Dax Biagas ... Weasel
Theo Forsett ... Oz

David Stenstrom ... Todd
Larron Tate ... Baby Dee
Jim Zubiena ... Billy the Bong
Marna Riordan ... Young Nurse (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Mummy Dearest

22 January 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Jeffrey Alan Chandler ... Mummy (as Jeffrey Allan Chandler)
Joel Lawrence ... CAT Scan Operator
Gracia Lee ... Cashier

Angelo Tiffe ... Phil

Penelope Windust ... Dr. Joanna Fields

Season 3, Episode 15: Double Doogie with Cheese

5 February 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Stephanie Cambria ... Dorine Canter (as Stephanie Friedman)

Bryan Dattilo ... Charlie Morris
Cindy Friedl ... Woman Customer

Andrew Hill Newman ... Mr. L'Amour
David Trim ... Man Customer

Season 3, Episode 16: The Show Mustn't Go On

12 February 1992

Season 3, Episode 17: If This Is Adulthood, I'd Rather Be in Philadelphia

19 February 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Russell Curry ... Tim
Dustin Friel ... Adam
Norman Lee Harris ... Mark

Mary Ann Hermansen ... Nurse Dancer (as Mary Ann Odey)

Miko Hughes ... Matthew, Cecilia'a Son

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch
Michael Andrew Kelly ... Karl

Deborah Lacey ... Denise Caldwell

Barry Livingston ... Bob

Perrey Reeves ... Cecilia

Season 3, Episode 18: What You See Ain't Necessarily What You Get

11 March 1992
Doogie has an intimate moment with Nurse Spaulding. A arrogant medical student gets under Doogie's skin.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Glen Chin ... Japanese Businessman
John David Conti ... Man with Balloons
Harry Fleer ... Man in Elevator

Jessica Lundy ... Sheila Davidson
Nancy Sullivan ... Waitress
Myles Thoroughgood ... M.C.

Maggie Wheeler ... Elena Spencer (as Maggie Jakobson)

Timothy Williams ... Coleman

Season 3, Episode 19: My Father, My Self

19 March 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Michelle Buffone ... Mrs. McKinley (as Michele Buffone)
Peggy Doyle ... Woman Patient
Lois Foraker ... Lois
Kellen Hathaway ... Jason McKinley
Michael O'Leary ... Stuart Fenmore
Max Supera ... Little Vinnie
Josh Wolford ... Little Doogie

Season 3, Episode 20: Educating Janine

1 April 1992

Season 3, Episode 21: Sons of the Desert

22 April 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Ray Abruzzo ... Dr. Angelia
Jon Berry ... Security Guard

Carlease Burke ... Paramedic
Samantha Follows ... Karen

Graham Galloway ... Vic
Jill C. Klein ... Waitress
Tawny Little ... Herself
Pam Thomson ... Herself

Vince Vaughn ... Mark

Season 3, Episode 22: That's What Friends Are For

29 April 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Katherine Cannon ... Dr. Julie Ross

Bill Hudson ... Michael Plenn

Anndi McAfee ... Maggie Plenn
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Wanda Plenn

Season 3, Episode 23: Thanks for the Memories

6 May 1992

Season 3, Episode 24: Club Medicine

13 May 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Mark Blankfield ... Dr. Keith Morse

Nealla Gordon ... Suzanne
Joshua Karton ... Dr. Wingate
Linda Klein ... Nurse Klein

Andrew Lauer ... Theatre Manager (as Andy Lauer)
Petra Porras ... Rosa's Mother

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: There's a Riot Going On

23 September 1992
April 29, 1992. Doogie, Vinnie and the hospital staff deal with the aftermath of the L.A. Riots.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Ramon Choyce ... Marlon

Joe Fowler ... Reporter
Garvin Funches ... Thomas
Will Gotay ... Antonio
Sheila Johns ... Rita (as Sheila R. Johns)
Linda Klein ... Nurse Klein
Kendall McCarthy ... Fireman
David Netter ... James

John F. O'Donohue ... Harry

Julie Ow ... Pat

Wells Rosales ... Kid #1 (as Cronwell Rosales)
Kristen Nicole Smith ... Sally
Toni Elizabeth White ... Verna (as Toni E. White)

Season 4, Episode 2: Look Ma, No Pants

30 September 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Kristen Cloke ... Suzanne Rogers
Brian Hicks ... Young Doogie
Michael Hicks ... Young Doogie
Beth Hogan ... Amelia Jameson

Angela Paton ... Betty Jameson

Season 4, Episode 3: Doogie Got a Gun

7 October 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Ron Canada ... Officer Wilbur
Wayne Powers ... Security Salesman

Art LaFleur ... David Crandall (as Art La Fleur)
Mimi Savage ... Female Officer
Cynthia Mann ... Waitress
Ursaline Bryant ... Group Leader

Ed O'Ross ... Brand new father in elevator (uncredited)
Golan Ramras ... Sick Child (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: Doogie Doesn't Live Here Anymore

14 October 1992
When Doogie decides to get his own place, he and his parents go look at some apartments but none of them is to his liking. But when he finds a loft, he feels this is it but his father refuses to support him if he decides to take it.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Patient in Spite of Himself

21 October 1992
Doogie has to learn how it feels to be a patient. So he checks in and subjected to all the tests that his patients are subjected to.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Kathleen Freeman ... Mrs. Mickling

John Gowans ... Bride's Father

Jerry Rector ... Groom
Lisa Diana Shapiro ... Bride's Friend

Emily Warfield ... Karen

Maggie Wheeler ... Dr. Spencer (as Maggie Jakobson)

Season 4, Episode 6: To Err Is Human, to Give Up Isn't a Bad Idea

28 October 1992

Season 4, Episode 7: Doogie, Can You Hear Me?

November 1992

Season 4, Episode 8: Nothing Compares 2 U

11 November 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Mark DeCarlo ... Himself - Studs Host
Eva Loseth ... Laura

Bentley Kyle Evans ... Pete (as Bentley Evans)

Elizabeth Anne Allen ... Doogie's Date

Cameron Arnett ... Flip

Ralph Garman ... Brian
Dawn Landon ... Paramedic

Ellen K ... Heidi
Tracy Justrich ... Linda

Clay Greenbush ... Mike

Ray Lykins ... Nick
Maureen Flaherty ... Studs Constestant

Season 4, Episode 9: Do the Right Thing... If You Can Figure Out What It Is

18 November 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Alan Fudge ... Dr. Swenson

Lainey Hashorva ... Nurse

Gloria Hendry ... Barbara

Karen Maruyama ... Kathy Walker

Joel Polis ... Jack Fogle
Arthur Rosenberg
Autumn Winters ... Amy

Season 4, Episode 10: The Big Sleep... Not!

25 November 1992


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (voice)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (voice) (as James B. Sikking)
Lindsely Allen ... Woman at Party
Krista Buonauro ... Fantasy Girl #1

Jeff East ... Mr. Fukes
Gail Edwards ... Mrs. Fukes

Elaine Hendrix ... Fantasy Girl #2
Matthew Linville ... John Fukes

Barry Livingston ... Dr. Rickett
Bren McKinley ... Dr. Winston / Goddess of Sleep
Rachel Parker ... Fantasy Girl #3
Stephanie Roos ... Fantasy Girl #4
Sumer Stamper ... Jill Fukes

Season 4, Episode 11: Will the Real Dr. Howser Please Stand Up

9 December 1992
Doogie and his father disagree on whether a child is a victim of child abuse. Doogie and Vinnie try video dating.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Katie Brown ... Angry Woman
Elizabeth Burns ... Shakzareen
John Christian Graas ... Greg

Stephen Lee ... Hank Finney

Athena Massey ... Boring Woman
Kelly Mayes ... Yodeler

Freda Foh Shen ... Radiologist
Lisa Caye Smith ... Crying Woman

Nancy Sorel ... Roxanne Rollins
Demetria Victor ... Social Worker

Nancy Youngblut ... Elaine Finney

Season 4, Episode 12: The Mother of All Fishing Trips

16 December 1992

Season 4, Episode 13: Roommate with a View

30 December 1992
Doogie is planning his New Year's celebration. He comes home and finds a girl there. He learns that the man who rented him his place also rented it out to her. They try to live together but the girl is very fancy free which drives the uptight Doogie crazy.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Dirk Blocker ... Jerry
Stephanie Cambria ... Angela (as Stephanie Friedman)
Cristan Crocker-Reilly ... Phoebe Hale (as Cristan Crocker)

Brian Heidik ... P.K.

James Pickens Jr. ... Bert

Season 4, Episode 14: Spell It 'M-A-N'

6 January 1993


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Gil Cates Jr. ... Mark

Matthew Glave ... Les

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch

Vince Jordan ... Danny (as Vincent Jordan)
Stu Levin ... Dr. Adams

Robyn Lively ... Nurse Michele Faber
Gregg Marx ... Bill
Keith Mills ... Dr. Harbinson

LuAnne Ponce ... Becky (as Luanne Ponce)
Laura Walsh ... Kathy (as Laura Lynd)
Lena Banks ... Nurse (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: It's a Tough Job... But Why Does My Father Have to Do It?

13 January 1993
Vinnie is upset when his not yet divorced father starts dating another woman. David is offered the position of Head of Family Medicine at the hospital.

Season 4, Episode 16: The Adventures of Sherlock Howser

20 January 1993

Season 4, Episode 17: Love Means Constantly Having to Say You're Sorry

27 January 1993
After Vinnie loses his virginity to Laura, he feels not good enough for her and begins to behave erratically. Doogie treats a famous actress for a mysterious illness.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)
Mary Betten ... Joyce
Steve Edwards ... Himself
Jennifer Horton ... Movie Nurse
Eva Loseth ... Laura

Christopher Randolph ... Reporter

Eamonn Roche ... Eliot
Marcia Rodd ... Agent

Tracy Scoggins ... Kelly Phillips
Mark Sugar ... Robert
Lawrence H. Toffler ... Movie Doctor

Season 4, Episode 18: You've Come a Long Way, Babysitter

3 February 1993


Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Lou Bonacki ... Gate Guard
Matthew Boyett ... Young Doogie
Ken Bryan ... Paramedic

Aixa Clemente ... Nurse

Steve Eastin ... Stage Guard

Lainey Hashorva ... Nurse

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch

Chelsea Noble ... Rachel
David Ruprecht ... T.V. Interviewer

Jeff Yagher ... Nathan Gage

Season 4, Episode 19: Love Makes the World Go 'Round... or Is It Money?

24 February 1993
A young patient at the hospital develops a crush on Doogie. A computer glitch in Vinnie's bank account gives him $16,000.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)

Shiri Appleby ... Molly Harris
Warren Barrington ... Bank Guard

Lucy Boryer ... Janine Stewart

Gibby Brand ... Mr. Dickson

Eve Brenner ... Irma Claybourne
Marty Brinton ... Impatient Customer #1
Leslie Danon ... Rebecca Harris
Vera Lockwood ... Sophia

Arthur Roberts ... Impatient Customer #2

John Walsh ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: Dorky Housecall, M.D.

10 March 1993
Doogie becomes enraged when a newspaper cartoonist, also a patient at the hospital, uses him as a caricature in his comic strip.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (credit only) (as James B. Sikking)

Starletta DuPois ... Dr. Fryman
Gloria LeRoy ... Nancy Jameson

Robyn Lively ... Nurse Michele Faber

Ken Olandt ... Dr. Tom Shepherd
Julian Pollack ... Waiter

John Vernon ... Hank Bellamy

Season 4, Episode 21: Eleven Angry People... and Vinnie

17 March 1993
Vinnie serves on a jury and angers the other jurors by casting the only dissenting vote. Doogie finds out that a well-respected doctor has never gotten his medical license.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser (credit only)

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander (credit only)

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser
David Correia ... Mr. Lopez

Robert Costanzo ... Mr. Healey

Doug Cox ... Mr. Banta

Hopwood DePree ... Defendant (as Tod DePree)

Lincoln Kilpatrick ... Judge
Lucy Lin ... Photographer
Annie O'Donnell ... Mrs. Linson

Alan Young ... Dr. Emmitt Randall

Season 4, Episode 22: What Makes Doogie Run

24 March 1993
Feeling unsatisfied with his position in life, Doogie decides to take acting lessons.

Neil Patrick Harris ... Dr. Doogie Howser

Max Casella ... Vinnie Delpino

Belinda Montgomery ... Katherine Howser

Lawrence Pressman ... Dr. Benjamin Canfield

Kathryn Layng ... Nurse Curly Spaulding

Markus Redmond ... Raymond Alexander

James Sikking ... Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking)
Max Alexander ... Louis

Carlease Burke ... Paramedic
Una Damon ... Soon Lee Keun
Mary Deno ... Pretty Girl (as Mari Deno)
Brenda Hillhouse ... Woman in Audience

Rif Hutton ... Dr. Ron Welch

Jenny Jones ... Herself

Scott LaRose ... Chris Reed

Robyn Lively ... Nurse Michele Faber
Tricia O'Neil ... Acting Coach

Richard Schiff ... Billy Tishler

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