Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989–1993)
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Love Means Constantly Having to Say You're Sorry 

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.

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Vinnie Delpino
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Katherine Howser (credit only)
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Dr. Benjamin Canfield
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Nurse Curly Spaulding (credit only)
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Raymond Alexander (credit only)
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Dr. David Howser (as James B. Sikking) (credit only)
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Mary Betten ...
Joyce
Steve Edwards ...
Himself
Jennifer Horton ...
Movie Nurse
Eva Loseth ...
Laura
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Eamonn Roche ...
Eliot
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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.

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27 January 1993 (USA)  »

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The episode's title derives from the quote "Love means never having to say you're sorry" from Love Story (1970). See more »

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