Wonderland (2000– )
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Dr. Neil Harrison () conducts a group therapy session with several mental health patients that quickly devolves into a heated argument. The next morning, the other doctors go through their ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Peter Berg

Writer:

Peter Berg (screenplay)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Ted Levine ... Dr. Robert Banger
Michelle Forbes ... Dr. Lyla Garrity
Billy Burke ... Dr. Abe Matthews
Martin Donovan ... Dr. Neil Harrison
Michael Jai White ... Dr. Derrick Hatcher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Becky Ann Baker ... Dr. Reeples
Michelle Barker Michelle Barker ... Julie McCray
David Brown ... Prison Guard
Jim Burk Jim Burk ... Cop #1 (as Jim Burke)
Rafael Báez Rafael Báez
Joelle Carter ... Heather Miles
Bostin Christopher ... Medical Student
Rony Clanton Rony Clanton ... Bernard
Patricia Clarkson ... Tammy Banger
Ana Cristina de Oliveira ... Aurora
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Dr. Neil Harrison () conducts a group therapy session with several mental health patients that quickly devolves into a heated argument. The next morning, the other doctors go through their usual routines: Dr. Robert Banger () makes breakfast for his two young sons and then sends them off with their mother, with whom he is engaged in a custody battle. Dr. Abe Matthews () shares some romantic time with his latest fling, Aurora, but then secretly urges his roommate Cort not to make her feel too welcome once he leaves. Dr. Harrison and his pregnant wife, Dr. Lyla Garrity (), debate over a potential nanny candidate. Various hospital patients are also shown beginning their days with breakfast and exercise. Matthews then attends a therapy session of his own, where he shares his worries about his future and having children.

In Times Square, a man named Wendall Rickle () runs through his list of personal issues in a frantic, alphabetized voiceover before pulling out a gun and shooting some ...

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Genres:

Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

30 March 2000 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$38,947, 28 July 2000, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$413,595, 13 October 2000
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Crazy Credits

Method Man cameos as an uncredited psychiatric patient. See more »

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Follows Wonderland (2000) See more »

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One of the Best Series on Television
24 August 2004 | by slich-1See all my reviews

This promised to be a great series, with compelling characters and realistic and excellent writing. I suppose the sponsors were frightened of being associated with a program that took such a naturalistic view of what it is like to work in a mental hospital, and especially with the outcome of one particular patient. I hope that the series is picked up by another network or cable sometime in the future. I am certain there are episodes that were not aired. It is sad that something so good would not "make it" past the first two episodes. We need to understand more about true aspects of life and have fewer silly shows that do not even come close to reality.


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