Doogie Howser, M.D.: Season 2, Episode 6

Doogie Sings the Blues (17 Oct. 1990)

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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 ... See full summary »

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Dr. Benjamin Canfield (credit only)
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Dr. Jack McGuire (credit only)
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Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
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Wanda Plenn (credit only)
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Janine Stewart (credit only)
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Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking) (credit only)
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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. Written by Anonymous

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References Lady Sings the Blues (1972) See more »

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Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)
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Written by T-Bone Walker
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