Morrison has a struggle with his conscience when he has to treat a bombing suspect. Ehrlich is nervous about having to work with Dr. Craig. Samuels teaches Beale how to swim.

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Morrison has a struggle with his conscience when he has to treat a bombing suspect. Ehrlich is nervous about having to work with Dr. Craig. Samuels teaches Beale how to swim.

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9 November 1982 (USA)  »

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Dr. Mark Craig: [breezes into the room, almost bumping into a nurse on the way out] Excuse me.
[Immediately opens Broadwater's file]
Dr. Mark Craig: Mr Broadwater. How are we this morning?
Mr. Broadwater: Feelin' pretty good.
Dr. Mark Craig: Well, I have some good news, and I have some bad. Two of the major vessels to your heart, the left anterior descending artery, and the circumflex artery, are 90% obstructed.
Mr. Broadwater: [stunned] But I feel fine.
Dr. Mark Craig: You didn't feel "fine" when you had those chest pains walking up a flight of stairs, now did you?
Mr. Broadwater: Did I have a heart attack...
Dr. Mark Craig:
Mr. Broadwater: [...]
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