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In Sickness and in Health 

Dr. Chandler runs the Boston Marathon alone in February. The Halloran family experiences tragedy. Dr. Ehrlich has an unforgettable wedding at Dr. Craig's house.

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Dr. Donald Westphall
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Dr. Daniel Auschlander
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Dr. Victor Ehrlich
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Nurse Shirley Daniels
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Dr. Robert Caldwell
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Dr. Peter White
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Luther Hawkins
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Dr. Wayne Fiscus
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Dr. Wendy Armstrong
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Dr. Jack Morrison (credit only)
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Nurse Helen Rosenthal
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Dr. Vijay Kochar
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Dr. Annie Cavanero
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Joan Halloran
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Dr. Philip Chandler
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Every possible thing that could go wrong DOES go wrong on the day of Ehrlich's wedding, including food poisoning, blitzed relatives and hysterics on the part of the bride. Craig is ready to throw out the entire party after his own wacky mother-in-law shows up. Chandler proves he can run the whole route for the Boston Marathon but causes Fiscus to run late for the ceremony. The entire wedding party and guests have a change in venue. Halloran and her family face unexpected tragedy when her father collapses and is rushed to the ER at St. E. Written by LA-Lawyer

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8 February 1984 (USA)  »

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The title is from the Christian wedding ceremony: ...to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health for as long as we both shall live. See more »

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