Carter is concerned when he learns that Abby is drinking socially when the girls from work get together. Abby however doesn't appreciate his concern. Dr. Weaver embarrasses herself on television. Michael Gallant is frustrated when the resident cardiac specialist, Dr. Kayson, dismisses his diagnosis of a patient who subsequently dies. Dr. Pratt decides to report an Army Ranger who tried to commit suicide even though Gallant had decided to give the soldier the benefit of the doubt. Dr. Corday has deal with a severely injured woman who is more concerned about her Alzheimer's afflicted husband. Dr. Kovac's sex-addiction extends to having sex in a supply room with a young patient's mother. Written by
Did You Know?
The title is based on the song "Walk Like a Man" written by Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio, recorded by The Four Seasons
and reached #1 on the Billboard Charts for three weeks starting March 2, 1963. See more
Dr. Susan Lewis
When you're waiting on a patient's results, it's not necessary for you to boff that patient's mother in the storage closet.
References Walk Like a Man