Becker (1998–2004)
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Becker's ex-wife writes a book called "Angry Man" obviously about John. When Becker confronts Sondra at her hotel, it is obvious that she retains a strong emotional hold on him.

Director:

Andy Ackerman

Writers:

Dave Hackel (created by), David Isaacs
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ted Danson ... Dr. John Becker
Terry Farrell ... Reggie Kostas
Hattie Winston ... Margaret Wyborn
Shawnee Smith ... Linda
Alex Désert ... Jake Malinak
Alice Krige ... Dr. Sondra Rush
Saverio Guerra ... Bob
Douglas Spain ... Javier
Jenny Gago ... Mrs. Cruz
Diana C. Weng Diana C. Weng ... Mrs. Ahn
Joseph Fuqua Joseph Fuqua ... Tom
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Becker's ex-wife writes a book called "Angry Man" obviously about John. When Becker confronts Sondra at her hotel, it is obvious that she retains a strong emotional hold on him.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 March 1999 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Despite being referenced in almost every episode of the series, this is the only physical appearance of Sondra, Beckers ex-wife. See more »

Quotes

Regina 'Reggie' Kostas: The only reason you come in here is to relive some sick fantasy you had about me in high school.
Bob: Bob is hurt. He's not saying your wrong, but he's hurt.
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A classic quote from this episode...
24 February 2010 | by dwinetSee all my reviews

I love Becker and I feel for Bob.... who never gets the girl. Becker seems curmudgeonly (sp?) beyond measure -- after all he's a doctor, he's tall, he's handsome, he gets plenty of attention from women, and of course he gets to get away with being an dumb ass --- why, is another question. Maybe because he's a doctor, tall, handsome? Or is it because he expresses the irritability that everyone feels but suppresses..?

Whatever the case may be, below you'll find one of my favorite lines from the series, just because well, we all know what it is to deal with people who float through life causing pain and taking zero responsibility for it.....

Becker's finest hour --

Sondra Rush (Becker's ex): Sure, I was unfaithful, deceitful, and even destructive. But I got over it. Why can't you?

Becker (pauses, then says): Well, Sondra, I guess I'm just not as good a person as you. (Exit)


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