Dorothy is still not feeling well. She turns to Harry who recommends she go to a doctor at the hospital. He tells Dorothy he thinks she might have a condition that is not exactly recognized by the medical community. She later runs into the doctor who told her that her condition might be in her mind and tells him off. Written by
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In the scene where the boy was giving the Dr his urine sample, his urine cup was short and fat. He goes to ask Dorothy how old she is, the cup is long and cylindrical, and then goes back to short and fat. See more
I don't know where you doctors lose your humanity, but you lose it. You know, if all of you at the beginning of your careers could get very sick and very scared for a while, you'd probably learn more from that than from anything else. You better start listening to your patients. They need to be heard. They need caring. They need compassion. They need attending to. You know, someday doctor Budd, you're going to be on the other side of the table, and as angry as I am and as ANGRY as I always will...
References Flower Drum Song