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Sins of the Fathers 

Hathaway befriends an out-of-work waitress, Meg (MARTHA PLIMPTON ). Seven-months pregnant, Meg cannot afford prenatal care. Hathaway invites her to the hospital, performs free tests and helps her interview for a job in the cafeteria.

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Hathaway befriends an out-of-work waitress, Meg (MARTHA PLIMPTON ). Seven-months pregnant, Meg cannot afford prenatal care. Hathaway invites her to the hospital, performs free tests and helps her interview for a job in the cafeteria.

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Goofs

At around 36:30, while Dr. Corday is talking to Dr. Romano, a boom mic is briefly visible. See more »

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[Dr. Lawrence is holding a screaming child]
Dr. Cleo Finch: I am so sorry, Dr. Lawrence.
Dr. Gabriel Lawrence: That's quite alright. I have that effect on women.
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References Family Feud (1976) See more »

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Sins of the Fathers (#6.4)
3 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode again had some great stories. For once I must say I loved that little bratty girl. She performed so good! Kids are usually not such good actors in my opinion. The name of the actress is Jessica Sara, checked out her profile, unfortunately didn't see her do anything after 2006. Because it was such a great kid it was also feeling sadder than usual to me when her character died.

Dave's story is petty good too. He is one of the young doctors who does not have the sensitivity needed for such place. But in this episode we see him not just being a funny guy but also struggle when he doesn't come on time to read the message from a wife to a dying patient in a coma. As Mark said he took the message mainly for her than the patient. Yet he read it to the dead man for himself. Well thought through.

And it looks like we have an interesting story about Gabriel coming up now that he seems to say wrong things


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