St. Elsewhere: Season 3, Episode 3

Two Balls and a Strike (3 Oct. 1984)

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The nurses go on strike. The rapist strikes again at the hospital. The Craigs decide to see a marriage counselors. Westphall prepares as his daughter goes off to college.

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The nurses go on strike. The rapist strikes again at the hospital. The Craigs decide to see a marriage counselors. Westphall prepares as his daughter goes off to college.

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