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Series cast summary:
William Fichtner ...  Dr. Bruce Kellerman 10 episodes, 2002
John Hannah ...  Robert Dalgety 10 episodes, 2002
Leslie Stefanson ...  Shelly Pangborn 10 episodes, 2002
Aunjanue Ellis ...  Quinn Joyner 10 episodes, 2002
Michaela Conlin ...  Dr. Maggie Yang 10 episodes, 2002
Jane Lynch ...  Aileen Poole, RN, Ph.D 10 episodes, 2002
Robert Joy ...  Frank Coones 10 episodes, 2002
Thomas Lennon ...  Chester E. Donge 8 episodes, 2002
Wade Williams ...  Big Thor Amundsen 8 episodes, 2002
Linda Klein Linda Klein ...  Surgical Nurse 8 episodes, 2002
Anjul Nigam ...  Nurse Manoj Nakshi / ... 8 episodes, 2002
Matt Price ...  Dr. Matt Posner / ... 7 episodes, 2002
Christine Tucci ...  Dr. Terri Calamari 6 episodes, 2002
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Official Sites:

abc [United States]

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 September 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Meds See more »

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1.78 : 1
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A contemporary spin on "M*A*S*H"
26 September 2002 | by ejsawyerSee all my reviews

Watching the premiere of this show, I couldn't help but get a feeling of déja vu. Although it's set in a modern city hospital, MDs borrows liberally from the spirit of "M*A*S*H" (1972).

Drs. Kellerman and Dalgety are skilled doctors--among the best in their fields--employed by a hospital that is being squeezed by the HMOs. It is this clash which most strongly recalls M*A*S*H; instead of fighting the Army, these doctors are fighting the administrators and insurance auditors. The pilot wasn't nearly as irreverant as M*A*S*H got (especially not the movie), although it did feature such hilarious touches as an autopsy performed on a live patient, and a hospital director who can't stand the sight of blood.

Walking the line between the melodrama of "ER" (1994) and the inanity of "Scrubs" (2001), MDs has a lot of promise--and big shoes to fill.


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