Becker (1998–2004)
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DNR 

Chris fears that John is going to break up with her after he invites her to dinner at a nice restaurant with no explanation. Jake decides how to spend his inheritance from his grandmother. Linda finds a boyfriend.

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Margaret Wyborn
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Linda
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Jake Malinak
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Hector Lopez
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Mr. Gordon
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Chris fears that John is going to break up with her after he invites her to dinner at a nice restaurant with no explanation. Jake decides how to spend his inheritance from his grandmother. Linda finds a boyfriend.

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28 January 2004 (USA)  »

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In "DNR", Dr. Becker is looking over the chart of a patient named "Mr. Nielsen" and says "These numbers aren't so bad!" This was in reference to the show's cancellation, apparently due to low Nielsen ratings. See more »

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Chris Connor: Well, then... then... then just tell me what's going on.
Dr. John Becker: Nothing's going on, nothing's going on. At least, I don't think there is. I don't know, it's just... I feel different.
Chris Connor: What do you mean, "different"? Are you okay?
Dr. John Becker: Yes, I'm okay! It's... at least, I think I am, you know? I... I don't know, I just... lately, I've been thinking about a lot of things. You know, my work, my friends, you. None of it's perfect, but... none of it's exactly horrible, either.
Chris Connor: [smirks] I know *I'm* flattered. John, ...
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References Erik the Viking (1989) See more »

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