Doc (2001–2004)
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A cowboy-boot wearing, ranching, country doctor, who makes house calls, is lured to a sprawling metropolis by a slick lady friend and immediately finds himself neck deep in culture shock. ... See full summary »

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A cowboy-boot wearing, ranching, country doctor, who makes house calls, is lured to a sprawling metropolis by a slick lady friend and immediately finds himself neck deep in culture shock. He begins work at a downtown medical clinic and within a day turns the clinic's administrative and medical procedures topsy-turvy. Written by Muse

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Connections

Followed by Doc (2001) See more »

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Show Me the Way to Your Heart
Written by Sara Evans and James LeBlanc
Performed by Sara Evans
Courtesy of BMG Special Products
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"Clint Cassidy, Manhattan Medicine Man, the Legend Continues"
19 June 2001 | by (Nevada) – See all my reviews

A new TV series that is described using that dreaded phrase "family show" is immediately avoided by many viewers. This one should not be avoided. This show seems to have some of everything, including an unexpected star in Billy Ray Cyrus as "DOC". This show has all the elements of a big network hit. Watch it once and, chances are, you're coming back for more. DOC is a fun character and Billy Ray Cyrus is excellent. The country Doc transplanted in New York City gives some fun moments, of course. "Nurse Nancy" and "DR. Derek" are favorites in the excellent supporting cast. Also, there is some very good music to be heard in the background. All around, it is a very good show. Highly recommended.


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