Quincy M.E. (1976–1983)
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Has Anybody Here Seen Quincy? 

Quincy disappears at the worst time: a "corpse" delivered to the morgue isn't as dead as the hospital believes. Monahan needs help with a diamond smuggling case, and a young boy with ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. R. Quincy, M.E. (credit only)
Garry Walberg ...
John S. Ragin ...
Joseph Roman ...
Yuki Shimoda ...
Dr. Hiro
Stu Gilliam ...
Dr. Hiro's Driver
Harriet Crawford
Charlene Taylor
Stewart Moss ...
Jack Taylor
Paul Lambert ...
Ned Wilson ...
Wilson's Assistant
Dr. Jamison


Quincy disappears at the worst time: a "corpse" delivered to the morgue isn't as dead as the hospital believes. Monahan needs help with a diamond smuggling case, and a young boy with symptoms that defy diagnosis arrives at the hospital. Fortunately, Dr. Hiro - Quincy's boss' boss - fills in... Written by CommanderBalok

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Drama | Mystery | Crime




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18 March 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jack Klugman refused to appear in this episode because he disliked the script, so the episode was written around him. It was his first step in pushing producer Glen A. Larson and his company (including writer Michael Kozoll, later co-creator of Hill Street Blues (1981)) out the door and repeatedly holding out on new seasons until he got a production team to his liking (even then he frequently rewrote the scripts). See more »


References Emergency! (1972) See more »

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Interesting episode, even with no Quincy!
20 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The title, 'Has Anybody Here Seen Quincy?' led me to believe that Quincy has been kidnapped or waylaid by bad guys. It turns out that Quincy, Jack Klugman, doesn't ever appear in this episode. But, all the regulars are here, Sam, Dr. Asten, Lt. Monahan, et al. I did miss seeing the late, great Eddie Garrett, Quincy's cameraman at death scenes. Even though Eddie had few lines, I enjoyed his appearances on the series, he added to the camaraderie of Quincy's co-workers/friends. I think that is all Jack Klugman and his loyalty to his friends. Back to the episode, it was great to see Bob Crane in one of his last TV roles. I had the idea that this show was a pilot, even though it was early in the run of 'Quincy', and, that maybe Jack Klugman couldn't continue with the show for some reason. It really played like a pilot. Of course, there couldn't be two shows with plots about L.A. County coroners. Is anyone going to mention that the character of 'Dr. Hiro' has to be a thinly veiled Dr. Thomas Noguchi, who was the 'coroner to the stars', and, all the citizens of L.A. County at the time of this episode.

I liked this episode, it had humor and the great chemistry of all the 'Quincy' cast, even without Quincy himself.

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