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Tweety and Ralph 

Beale informs a former psychiatric patient that she can go home but is against releasing her boyfriend who thinks he is a bird. Samuels continues with a practical joke on Craig. After being... See full summary »

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Dr. Donald Westphall
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Dr. Ben Samuels
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Dr. Hugh Beale
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Dr. Victor Ehrlich
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Dr. Peter White (credit only)
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Dr. Wayne Fiscus
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Dr. Jack Morrison (credit only)
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Dr. Vijay Kochar
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Dr. Annie Cavanero
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Dr. Philip Chandler
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Dr. Mark Craig
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Dr. Daniel Auschlander
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Nurse Shirley Daniels
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Dr. Wendy Armstrong
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Beale informs a former psychiatric patient that she can go home but is against releasing her boyfriend who thinks he is a bird. Samuels continues with a practical joke on Craig. After being previously attacked, Fiscus decides to carry a gun in the emergency room. Written by Anonymous

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Per the title, Tweety is a fictional Yellow Canary from Warner Bros. cartoons who was usually paired with Sylvester the Cat and Grannie. The name is derived from "sweetie" said with a lisp. See more »

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