"Doctor in the House" follows the misadventures of medical students Michael Upton, Duncan Waring, Paul Collier and Dick Stuart-Clark. The lads basically mean well, but their habits of ...
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"Doctor in the House" follows the misadventures of medical students Michael Upton, Duncan Waring, Paul Collier and Dick Stuart-Clark. The lads basically mean well, but their habits of skyving off and attempting to chat up every available nurse drives the ferocious Professor Geoffrey Loftus to distraction.Written by
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We used to just love this show when we were kids. We used to talk about the adventures of Waring, Upton, and especially Stuart-Clark, on the schoolbus. This was our other favourite sexy medical comedy, in competition with the first two seasons of M*A*S*H before that show got too sanctimonious.
Twelve-year-old boys love shows about knickerless nurses, and so do nostalgic adults.
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