St. Elsewhere: Season 3, Episode 4

Strikeout (17 Oct. 1984)

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The hospital continues to be hurt by the nurse's strike for which a deadline is set. Papandrao is forced to leave the picket line to help Ehrlich during an emergency operation. Martin is ... See full summary »

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The hospital continues to be hurt by the nurse's strike for which a deadline is set. Papandrao is forced to leave the picket line to help Ehrlich during an emergency operation. Martin is raped for the second time. Craig hires Luther and Warren, both unemployed due to the strike, to fix a hole in his wall. Written by Anonymous

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