St. Elsewhere (1982–1988)
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A Moon for the Misbegotten 

Fed up with the changes imposed by the hospital's new owners, Dr. Westphall resigns from St. Eligius. As he quits, he moons Dr. Gideon.

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Ellen Craig (credit only)
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Dr. Victor Ehrlich (credit only)
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Fed up with the changes imposed by the hospital's new owners, Dr. Westphall resigns from St. Eligius. As he quits, he moons Dr. Gideon.

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30 September 1987 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This show almost didn't get on the air - no, not because of Westphal mooning Gideon (censor Ralph Daniels decided to let it go by because Ed Flanders' bare bottom was "not erotic") - but because the fictional Ecumenica Corporation which now owned the hospital sounded much too much like the real-life Humana Corporation. During the closing credits, NBC actually put up a full-screen disclaimer over part of the titles stating that Ecumenica WAS fictitious. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Donald Westphall: [to Dr. Gideon] Let me put this... in terms you can understand.
[drops pants and underwear]
Dr. Donald Westphall: You can kiss my ass, pal.
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References A Moon for the Misbegotten (1975) See more »

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