St. Elsewhere: Season 6, Episode 9

Weigh In, Way Out (2 Dec. 1987)

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Dr. Logan races to deliver the 100,000th baby at the hospital; Fiscus plans his last prank before turning 30; a man makes his final walk along Freedom Trail.

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Dr. Logan races to deliver the 100,000th baby at the hospital; Fiscus plans his last prank before turning 30; a man makes his final walk along Freedom Trail.

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The end will leave you in tears...
30 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember watching this episode during their 6th and final season... The end still stands out today.. Veteran character actor Charles Lane whom I'm sure the name doesn't ring a bell but you would know him on sight like a lot of great character actors portrays an elderly patient in the hospital... He is alone dying with mental detoriation regressing to his childhood.. One night an orderly "Warren Coolidge" same character from the "White Shadow" series comes in to check on Mr.Lane's condition.. He is a mental state that of a toddler who wants to be held by a parent... It is very sad to watch... Warren shows great sympathy/humanity lifts him into his arms to cradle him like a toddler with tears running down his eyes as the credits roll... If you ever come across this episode it is worth viewing... I saw it 25 years ago still remember vividly to this day.


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