St. Elsewhere: Season 4, Episode 4

The Naked and the Dead (30 Oct. 1985)

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The Craigs prepare for Stephen's funeral; Caldwell's sexual indiscretions lead to a practical joke being played on him; Westphall tries to sell the hospital board on increasing funding for ... See full summary »

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The Craigs prepare for Stephen's funeral; Caldwell's sexual indiscretions lead to a practical joke being played on him; Westphall tries to sell the hospital board on increasing funding for malnutrition; Luther agrees to help Axelrod lose weight. Written by SteveG

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The title is of the novel The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer. It was based on his experiences during World War II. It was published in 1948 and later adapted into a movie of the same title in 1958. See more »

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