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I Feel Good 

The ER doctors and nurses help out at Camp Del Corazon, a camp for kids who have had open-heart surgery, working alongside the camp counselor (guest star TOM ARNOLD).

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Neela Rasgotra
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Tony Gates
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Samantha Taggart
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Archie Morris
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Simon Brenner
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Cate Banfield
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Ray Barnett
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The Big Kahuna
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Russell Banfield
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Joanie Moore
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Claudia Diaz
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Megan
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Lucy Moore
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Nurse Chuny Marquez
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Frank Martin
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The ER doctors and nurses help out at Camp Del Corazon, a camp for kids who have had open-heart surgery, working alongside the camp counselor (guest star TOM ARNOLD).

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26 March 2009 (USA)  »

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The camp featured in this episode, Camp Del Corazon is an actual existing camp run out of North Hollywood for children who have heart disease. Tom Arnold is on its board of directors. The characters Big Kahuna and Xena also exist at this camp. Coincidently Xena is a nurse, like Samantha Taggart. See more »

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References History of the World: Part I (1981) See more »

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I Feel Good
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Performed by Scott Grimes and John Stamos
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I Feel Good (#15.21)
2 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The only thing I had a problem with in this episode is that it was kind of useless. It was just out of nowhere and no big storyline needed it to happen.

Except maybe for the adoption story of Dr. Cate Banfield. They have done this pretty well. Very emotional, good timings, good acting and giving people a greater idea about the open adoption.

Other than that I guess they just wanted to make it less action full before the big ending.

It was not bad about the little camping for the kids with heart diseases. Dr. Morris was pretty wonderful in it


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