St. Elsewhere: Season 5, Episode 1

Where There's Hope, There's Crosby (24 Sep. 1986)

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The hospital's founder, Father McCabe who is stricken with ALS comes to the hospital before going to a retirement home. Craig goes to see someone about his hand. And someone Morrison knows comes to see him.

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The hospital's founder, Father McCabe who is stricken with ALS comes to the hospital before going to a retirement home. Craig goes to see someone about his hand. And someone Morrison knows comes to see him.

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The title is from the expression: Where there's life, there's hope. It has been changed to include he names of the "Road" comedy duo Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. See more »

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