St. Elsewhere (1982–1988)
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Cora and Arnie 

Morrison treats a bag lady with an infection in her feet. Fiscus informs a man that he's been shot. The victim of the bank bombing succumbs to her injuries causing her husband to take action.

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... Dr. Donald Westphall
... Dr. Ben Samuels
... Dr. Hugh Beale
... Dr. Victor Ehrlich
... Dr. Peter White
... Dr. Wayne Fiscus
... Dr. Jack Morrison
... Nurse Helen Rosenthal
... Dr. Vijay Kochar
... Dr. Annie Cavanero
... Dr. Philip Chandler (credit only)
... Dr. Mark Craig (credit only)
... Dr. Cathy Martin
... Dr. Wendy Armstrong
... Arnie
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Morrison treats a bag lady with an infection in her feet. Fiscus informs a man that he's been shot. The victim of the bank bombing succumbs to her injuries causing her husband to take action.

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23 November 1982 (USA)  »

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Includes supporting guest actors Tim Robbins, Doris Roberts and James Coco (for which he won a best supporting actor Emmy Award) See more »

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Reflected in the EKG monitor while Fiscus is examining the woman in the ER. See more »

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Dr. Jack Morrison: You'll die.
Cora: [softly] And what if you're wrong? How about that, hm?
Dr. Jack Morrison: I'm not wrong.
Cora: Well, suppose you're not. If not...
[sadly]
Cora: ... No big loss.
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One of the best episodes of dramatic TV
27 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

It has been 24 years since I saw that episode of St. Elsewhere. I was surprised no one else has mentioned this particular episode.

The relationship between Cora and Arnie was heartbreaking. It was beautiful to see such caring between two people. While Arnie, may not have understood what was going on, he knew that he loved Cora. Both characters were amazing. Both actors in this story were indeed so gifted. James Coco left us too early. His passion for his art is seen in any of his work. As for Doris Roberts, there is nothing else that can be said about this remarkable woman. She is the one that drew me into Everyone loves Raymond. For me, it is Everyone loves Doris! As for St. Elsewhere, I am so happy to see that this is coming to DVD. I recently sold my collection of ER because it doesn't not match to St. Elsewhere. Now I am waiting for St. Elsewhere tomorrow!!


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