St. Elsewhere: Season 3, Episode 7

Fade to White (7 Nov. 1984)

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White is shot and rushed into emergency surgery. Morrison tries to find a psychological cause for a boy's asthma. Ehrlich incurs the wrath of Craig after agreeing to appear on a television ... See full summary »

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White is shot and rushed into emergency surgery. Morrison tries to find a psychological cause for a boy's asthma. Ehrlich incurs the wrath of Craig after agreeing to appear on a television news show. Worn down by stress, Auschlander considers retirement. Written by Anonymous

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