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This show so far has been totally great. The vibe between Doctors Kellerman and Dalgetty reminds me very much of the vibe between Doctors Pierce and Hunnicut from M*A*S*H*. The show had characters like Doctor Kellerman, a man who is divorced and tries to see his kid as much as he can. He's good at what he does and always tries his hardest. Then there's Dalgetty, with that sexy Scottish accent, he's the Hawkeye Pierce of the show. He's the one who is always charming women and has never had a relationship last longer than 3 weeks. Nurse Doctor Pool is a woman who has a Doctor in nursing and takes her job very seriously. Mr. Donge (pronounce the 'e') is the representative from the hospital's HMO, there to make sure money is only spent on necessary things and not on things such as reattaching a pinkie. The cast has worked together beautifully from the start and I think that this show has real staying power, if only it could be moved into a better time slot.
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