Why in the world was this painting even commissioned, when they had the photo already? Several sources incorrectly claim that this episode ran on December 11, 1984, which was the originally intended air date for this episode. There's no mention of the appearance of course, but I feel like this is a safe bet. Feldman Everett Greenbaum, Elliott Reed October 24, 1983 1983-10-24 2E06 During the night shift at the hospital, Pfeiffer deals with fatigue and overwork, Mulcahy helps a patient see his son, and Klinger searches for missing mattresses, while Potter tries to get back home to a fancy dinner with his wife. Habibi, Klinger is asked to show Mr. But as you can see from the video above, this weird cameo was on a Cher-hosted show, mostly likely the 1975-1976 variety series simply known as Cher. A patient arrives with a seemingly simple problem--a broken shoulder--turns into something more serious when his bigger problem of a ruptured spleen is missed by one of the new doctors. Father Mulcahy was always so wise, so warm, so understanding, that even though we didn't share any of the same beliefs, you infused the character with such a basic humanity that I never thought you would judge me, no matter how much I might screw up.
This episode is the last appearance of Jay O. Boyer is laid up with a staph infection, bringing his anger and bad attitude to the post-op ward. The Fantastic World of D. Klinger suddenly went from building a new life, back to the scams. The series takes place immediately following the end of the and chronicles the adventures of three characters from the original series: played by , played by and played by.
Meanwhile, Father Mulcahy is in search of a new place to stay, after life in the rectory turns substandard. Dubin Jay Folb October 30, 1984 1984-10-30 2W06 The Klinger baby causes friction between Mr. So I doubt a crossover combining elements of the two shows would've been doable, outside of fanfic. Was this ever used in another capacity? While it was meant to be a neat twist and show off a different side of Potter, I just kept waiting for the writers to wise up and put him back in charge. I hope there's a Sidney one! Col Donald Penobscott , even though he doesn't appear in the episode! See the in the , December 11, 1984, p. I'm giving all this back story because, the short of it, I didn't enjoy this book at all.
Max Klinger had found himself in trouble with the law in Toledo. I always found it kind of strange that they built in cliffhangers into the final episode to serve as a link to the new series. Potter Morgan and McLean Henry Blake Stevenson! Notably, Potter's daughter and grandchildren, who were often mentioned in the original series, appear in this episode. I like to think Father Mulcahy kept hanging out with his 4077th pals, and continued making life better for anyone who came to him for help. So I thought I should at least give it a read. Wainwright says he is devoted to his wife, and Alma takes the rejection in stride.
Did Harry and McLean chat around the craft services table? The three vets carried on and showed some real settling-in pains, particularly Max and the Padre, whose finale storylines carried over into the new show. Boyer, and features a guest appearance by Gary Burghoff reprising his role as Radar O'Reilly. There was a story there, a way of doing this right. Flagg made an appearance at Max's S2 trial, sadly more caricatured than ever. Sidney Freeman about recent events at the hospital, including news of the hospital's brand new psychiatrist, Dr. Soon-Lee and Mildred Potter do not appear in this episode. Still, if I had seen this at a toy store when I was a kid, I would have picked it up, stat! Thanks again to Michael for giving me the chance to see this elusive episode! By this time, the show was in its fifth season, and more popular than ever.
Archived from on August 2, 2002. I was fairly young but for some reason it grabbed me. As someone who has run several Kickstarter campaigns, I can't tell you how impressive that is. But a lot of potential was squandered. Well, not a relationship so much as a sexual tryst so she can get her old job back. D' Angelo finds out he needs prostate surgery, and a Southern African—American nurse finds it hard to adjust to an integrated hospital.
Alma Cox insists that everyone remain on staff, even Dr. An attractive new psychiatrist, Dr. There's various hi-jinx involving Berry and the cat, ending with the alien feline named Jake applying for U. Griffin are pretty lousy and just silly. So the guy knew funny, he just didn't really deliver that here. Mike D'Angelo was transferred to Montana and was replaced by smarmy new administrator Wally Wainwright. Potter, Klinger, Mulcahy, and Dr.
I mean, at least when they spun Lou Grant off from supporting sitcom character to lead drama character, he was still recognizably the same guy, albeit somewhat less prone to wisecracks. Meanwhile, Doctor Boyer finds it hard to approach women at a local bar. Potter writes a letter to , who is mentioned as now working at the , but does not appear in the episode. The season closed in March with Klinger being arrested for decking a shady real estate agent as pregnant Soon Lee went into labor. Not So Fun Facts: This episode never aired, at least in the United States see below. Still, I appreciate Chris's generosity, and I was happy to have experienced the book for its own sake.
Not that it's not nifty it is , but it still leaves me baffled. Except that Trapper John M. Soon-Lee cried a lot, and also got dimmer. He soon found physically forced retirement stifling, and Mildred suggested he return to work. Dear Bill, I hope you don't mind me calling you Bill, considering that we've never met. That's right, none of them.