Nate wonders if Beverly's food cravings are common. Richard Black tells everyone at Westbury that going corporate is a good idea, but problems are about to happen. Black continues his big lie. Only ...
Clint helps a blind man by means of a corneal transplant, but his wife wonders if the world he sees will come up to his expectations. Dr. Crane is dismayed by the gratitude of a mobster whose life he...
I do hope that "Doc" will continue. I continue to be impressed with the writing and performing on this program, and still believe that it is probably the most wholesome series of its type on TV today. (I am still "catching up" on the programs I have missed, so it will be some time before I can say that I have seen all episodes.) And wouldn't it be great to be able to purchase the complete series on DVD or video!
By the way, I was fortunate enough to have seen Billy Ray Cyrus in "Annie Get Your Gun" here in Toronto, and will be going again on the last night of its current run at Massey Hall, a venerable old theater. This is a new genre for him, but he is fortunate to be playing opposite Louise Pitre of "Mamma Mia" fame, and his performance was very well received. I am so pleased that I will be able to see this great musical again.
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