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'St. Elsewhere' Cast Reunion Includes Ed Begley Jr., Howie Mandel

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Lloyd MacDuff (2 days ago)
I loved this show
Wes Lockman (4 days ago)
Makes me wonder if Greys Anatomy could end like it.
Jeffrey T Sportster (18 days ago)
had this as a Game for my nes
Allison Tickner (27 days ago)
Ed Begley Jr is my Cousin so proud to be Related to him
Ann FOXGOLD (1 month ago)
I had to sneak away from the pain and chains to watch it. Sometimes he caught me, but I loved watching it. I'm 60 next year. I'm dmgd, both physically and mentally. But I retain my humour.
suzieq (1 month ago)
My favorite show for many years!
michael Sykes (2 months ago)
Where's denzel????
CJ Ever (2 months ago)
Young Gibbs apparently worked in a Hospital.
EFBensonFan (2 months ago)
They didn't even mention Ed Flanders?
tonyatmidnight (2 months ago)
Why the hell isn't this show on DVD?!
Johnny Bravo (2 months ago)
Wait no one died in that show or in the hospital It was Imagined by an autistic kid seen in a snow glob Maybe Denzel Washington is still in the snow globe
armadillotoe (3 months ago)
The incredible cast and guest stars were matched with creative writing to make this one of the better series on TV
rain73ful (4 months ago)
St. Elsewhere was one of my favorite shows in the 1980's. I guess it was a precursor to E.R.
Surah Online (5 months ago)
😮😮 Wait.....IS THAT MR. FEENEY 😮???!
Felix Brown (4 months ago)
I knew Feeney when he voiced KITT on the REAL Knight Rider.
Jacquel May-Carey (5 months ago)
Surah Online Yes. Yes it is.
Keith Purdue (6 months ago)
The ending was epic! lt begged every issue raised. And set the stage for the final Newhart show.
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
The ending had a LOT of references to other shows. Andy Griffith, The Fugitive, Mary Tyler Moore Show, and MASH. The next to last show had some of the Steve Allen Show cast as parents of the doctors who came to town for the Dr of the Year banquet.
ir10031981 (6 months ago)
Norman Lloyd and William Daniels sure have lived long, we must learn their secret to longevity.
Michael Muldowney (6 months ago)
An episode from the last season called "Weigh In, Weigh Out" is THE BEST episode of any primetime show from the 1980,'s.
Janessa Sav (7 months ago)
My dad got to see these people act!! It’s only because Jennifer Savidge is his sister. 😃
tammyramey (7 months ago)
Terrence Knox is just sort of a forgotten part of this show. It was my favorite show BECAUSE of him. Peter White was a very important part of St. Elsewhere. I know he was a rapist, but it seemed that from episode 1 they had written Terrence Knox's character into a wall with no redemption. He was a caring dad and truly loved his wife.However, the writers just chose to ruin this character from the get go. How sad. Terrence was great, and very gorgeous.
F Joseph Gonzales (7 months ago)
Great to see so many of them still with us (back when this was recorded in 2012). Hopefully they'll release more than just the first season on DVD soon ;)
ThePAkidd (8 months ago)
One of the most creative and best acted television shows EVER. It was "can't miss" television and yet it never got great ratings which is a total mystery to me. If the broadcast networks want a template for a new show, look no further than St. Elsewhere.
Merilyn Ulrich (8 months ago)
I came late to this show. For some ridiculous reason I failed to watch it when it first aired. I was a member of the medical profession yet saw no value in the series. How foolish! I discovered it recently and binged watched the entire 6 seasons while watching a tiny little blurry screen. It was the best I could find...here on youtube. I am so grateful that I found it and to those who posted it for the rest of us. This was television at it's finest and acting, writing and directing to be admired, in awe of and remembered. I loved it and I have not seen anything like it since. All these years later I still cried watching the last show...snow globe and all.
Rolling Ormond (9 months ago)
I got Denzel's autograph in 2003 and mentioned how I liked him since St. Elsewhere. He didn't say anything, might have residual issues. Maybe why he didn't show up at the reunion.
ReadyforWeirdtoo? (9 months ago)
Dr. Mark Craig changed his name when he left St. Elsewhere, and changed his name to Dr. Craig Thomas in Grey’s Anatomy ! He’s pretty great.
Kyrgyz Jeff (9 months ago)
Oh my Goodness Mark Harmon is in NCIS not CSI!
Anthony Johnson (10 months ago)
loved it, still dohas a feel to it, you warm to the characters,special years in my life when I was younger
gonstotwriter (10 months ago)
SE had low ratings because the things it needed--younger, prettier actors and more sex--were absent and the show's producers refused to put them in. Later on, ER and Chicago Hope succeeded because those elements were included from the outset. ER became a huge hit because one of its minor stars, George Clooney, was upgraded to major very early on. SE's audience got tired of seeing so much of most episodes devoted to Mark & Ellen Craig plus Donald Westphall. Would love to have seen Shirley Daniels and Annie Cavanero have a less fling. Oh, well...
harpman1876 (11 months ago)
The only series that I watched every episode.  I haven't watched any series, period, since.
Blackjack115 (1 year ago)
A definite must-watch on Hulu. I only wish the other five seasons would get a release.
j parks (1 year ago)
that was a sick gay boy chad allen. ruined the entire series knowing he is a butt licker
cpk1994 (1 year ago)
Wow what a complete loser and a homophobe you are. Please don't have kids because no kid deserves to have an intolerant ass like you for a parent.
Juliaflo (1 year ago)
RIP, Stephen Furst.
Ken George Jones (1 year ago)
RIP Stephen Furst.
Carl Mape (1 year ago)
Norman Lloyd 102!
Carl Mape (1 year ago)
Mark Harmon was super hot back then
Carl Mape (1 year ago)
Denzel a hole for not showing up
2legit64 (1 year ago)
Loved this show. Anytime William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett were in a scene together, it was always magic. Their dialog was smart and snappy.
Putu Tami (1 year ago)
David Morse (灬♥ω♥灬)
Dianne Dixon (1 year ago)
I remember this show and also Trapper John MD. Loved them
S B (1 year ago)
Mr.Feeny and Dean Bolander were in this COOL!
RovingRoy (1 year ago)
Have you noticed that when a star makes it really big like Denzel, they are too special to appear on a TV or movie reunion? I recall Travolta not being on the remembrances on the special DVD release of Saturday Night Fever.
Sassy Diva (8 days ago)
Britain Swarbrick You ARE wrong, Denzel’s an AssHole!....he think he’s all that now. He probably felt this reunion was beneath him but St. Elsewhere put his ass on the map. He said years ago in an old interview that he was thinking about giving up acting because he wasn’t getting anywhere and then he got St. Elsewhere. You’d think he’d be honored to show up like everyone else. That show was a groundbreaking hospital show, I used to watch it too.
Libertu Bey (1 month ago)
RovingRoy He may not have been included in the "Saturday Night Fever" reunions, but he definitely appeared at all of the "Welcome Back, Kotter" reunions when most of the cast (minus Sylvester White, who passed in 1989) was still with us. That is what really put Travolta on the map. Sadly, Robert Heyhes, Ron Palillo and Marcia Straussman have, also, since passed on, relatively young, too.
Dennis Boyd (1 year ago)
John showed up for Welcome back Carter reunion.
Britain Swarbrick (1 year ago)
yea no not denzel. he was either filming or promoting the flight movie. Denzels a man with integrity how doubt he would've done that. but i could be wrong...  but I'm probs not...
Bloke_19xx (1 year ago)
Brilliant TV...along with Hill St. Blues & Homicide Life on the Street, and even Sports Night. Great shows that never found an audience. Viewers had no idea what they were missing. Some of today's dramas don't come even close to these great series, IMHO.
frisco21 (1 year ago)
This was a brilliant show from TVs last-gasp Golden Era just before the arrival of cable. It's now largely overlooked but its role in the evolution of television drama was profound. Numerous Hollywood careers were launched by the program, most notably Denzel Washington. It's a shame that young people are deprived of experiencing these great old series with their awesome opening music and terrific ensemble casts. In those days the writers turned out original plot lines and top-notch dialogue, unlike the wretched garbage we see on TV these days. It's a nostalgic kick to see this video.
PiazzaGurl (1 year ago)
I tell ya William Daniels has one of the most iconic voices ever. Not only will he forever be Mr. Feeney to me, but also K.I.T.T. Love the 80's/90's.
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
Also uttered the iconic "Plastics" line in "The Graduate". On one of the St E episodes, Craig and his wife went to Philadephia which is where they met at Penn U. She said something about him having a great singing voice but he never would sing. He broke into song with, "It's hot as Hell in Philadelphia" which was a reference to "1776" in which he played John Adams.
stflaw (1 year ago)
This was a wonderful series that never drew a large audience, and now seems to be mostly forgotten except for the fact it launched the careers of a lot of successful actors. As far as I know, only season one is available on DVD, which is unfortunate.
TheSatelliteCowboy (1 year ago)
The hospital wasn't in South Boston!! It's the South End!!!
Ann Sawyer (2 years ago)
I adored this show but didn't see a lot of it as I didn't discover it for several years and then I worked second shift - way before VCRs, etc.  Hoping it will come out on DVD or streaming.  I think only season 1 is availale anywhere...
Lori Brom (2 years ago)
A wonderful, wonderful, WONDERFUL show.....I sure as heck miss it too, that and "ER"!!
katelyn1024 thumper19 (2 years ago)
love William Daniels he was great on boy meets world
Lorrie Bensky Smith (2 years ago)
I CANNOT believe Norman Lloyd, ((Dr. Auchlaner) is not only still alive, but has barely changed! That's so great!
charlton myers (2 months ago)
norman lloyd is 113 years old
Corrina, she agrees!!!
Juliaflo (1 year ago)
He's 102 years old.
Robert Mullins (2 years ago)
Best medical show ever
Dick Terpene (2 years ago)
great to see a few of them cant believe aushlanders still kicking but no mention of ed flanders? 5:43 how corny
Mar Thivierge (5 months ago)
At 1:54 they show a quick shot of a group photo of the cast taken before the interview, and Christina Pickles is holding a picture of Flanders, so they made an effort to remember him, but, yes, would have been nice if they'd mentioned his name..
Juliaflo (1 year ago)
It is my sad duty to inform you that Sagan Lewis, who played Dr. Jacqueline Wade, passed away a few moths ago from ...........cancer.
Lorrie Bensky Smith (2 years ago)
67marlins (2 years ago)
oh, sorry I read your comment too quickly. Yes, he starred, so the poor man should have been honored.....good point.
Dick Terpene (2 years ago)
oh he did he shot himself with a shot-gun i just thought they could have at least mentioned him they worked with him for years.
Rick Dunn (2 years ago)
All medical dramas owe their roots to St Elsewhere as cop shows owe Hill Street Blues. Pioneering, trailblazing TV which pushed it to the limits and beyond.
Angela Weston (1 year ago)
Fordham1969 Rick Dunn is right. The shows you mention are classics but weren't the format that the hospital & police shows that followed were built on the way St Elsewhere & Hill St were.
Fordham1969 (2 years ago)
+Rick Dunn I think one can argue in hindsight that St. Elsewhere and Hill Street Blues represented the best of their respected genres up to that point in time,and so were both extremely influential.But in fairness,the roots for those genres run a bit deeper than that.One shouldn't forget Dragnet and Ben Casey for example,important shows for their time.They weren't the kind of large ensemble shows that the later series were,but in certain respects they still set a template.
Jason Gibson (2 years ago)
I loved still do the shows Trapper John M.D. and St. elsewhere.
Keith Jones (2 years ago)
The Grandaddy of medical dramas, worldwide. Will never be bettered
Bubb1964 (1 year ago)
But I agree, the best hospital drama ever!
Darren Madigan (1 year ago)
not worldwide and there were plenty before it. it was a popular genre going back to the 50's
T Davis (1 year ago)
Well, *Chicago Hope* was pretty good to me as well!
Women Throwin' Leather (2 years ago)
63 Emmy Nominations? That has to be a record.
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
One of my favorite shows, Denzel Washington and Anthony Greene were wonderful. The series finale was amazing, and LOL Mrs. Huffnagel! Who could forget her?
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+vinylrecord68 Three great TV shows. LOL from what I can remember, he played a hypochondriac on Northern Exposure.
vinylrecord68 (2 years ago)
+ReviewCam Yes, he was!
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
Anthony Edwards was also on Northern Exposure, right?
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+vinylrecord68 You're right! Anthony Edwards as Dr. Mark Greene on ER. I was a fan of both of the shows.
vinylrecord68 (2 years ago)
Anthony Greene? I think you're referring to Anthony Edwards who played Mark Greene on "ER".
hot and sexy (3 years ago)
Oh come on they forgot about Howie?!?! (at the end they say it) I mean he was PHENOMENAL!
ohsnapiam59 (3 years ago)
You people are pitiful. How do you know why Denzel Washington couldn't come? A big star has big, contractual commitments...maybe that is why he wasn't there. And, he has a reputation of being one of the nicest persons in Hollywood. I mean look at this group. How many of them have acting careers that are 'hot'? Ed Begley is well known for his eco-lifestyle. Howie is a game show host. Mark Harmon is on TV. But that's it, so maybe it's easier for them. None have had the success that Denzel Washington has had...Two Oscars, 2 Golden Globes, a Tony Award and a number of other awards. SMH...Pitiful.
Sassy Diva (8 days ago)
Manu Ginobilis Bald Spot WRONG!!....Sorry, St. Elsewhere WAS his big break then he went on to make this corny ass movie called “ Carbon Copy” about being some white man’s long lost black son. Cry Freedom & a Soldier’s story came way later and further, we don’t make our own nothing!...whatever happened to God’s will and timing on all our lives? whether you’re white, black, green or purple!
Sassy Diva (8 days ago)
Sorry, he’s not nice....he’s conceited. I’ve seen him multiple times on Broadway. He won’t sign autographs or take pictures. His wife is a sweetheart though and convinced him to take a picture with the theater crew at one time. That’s the only reason he did it! That guy drank his own Koop Aid. I was so glad when other actors like Samuel L. Jackson, Don Cheadle, Forrest Whitaker, etc. got the recognitions they deserved. Denzel is no longer our one pony, Sidney Poitier. And do you ever see the look on this guy’s face when he doesn’t win an award. He look like he’s ready to cry. He’s a good actor but he’s not the only one!
BreeziYT (5 months ago)
Mark Harmon is Gibbs from NCIS. Still doing hella well though.
Manu Ginobilis Bald Spot (6 months ago)
Denzel made his own fucking breaks. I didn't even know he was on this show until I was an adult. He broke out in A Soldier's Story and then Cry Freedom. It wasn't St. Elsewhere that made him a star...he made his own star. So clearly rooted in white bigotry...black guy is supposed to be 'thankful' when his own talent and hard work made him a success. Sit your ass down.
Manu Ginobilis Bald Spot (6 months ago)
Stop it. You make excuses for the white guy but don't say shit about the black guy who WAS LITERALLY WORKING AT THE TIME OF THIS REUNION! GTFOH.
atlantic 11561 (3 years ago)
The refusal of Denzel Washington to attend is so typical of these reunions. On a lesser scale, it is equivalent to Molly Ringwald never attending Facts Of Life reunions after she made it big with the Brat Pack.
Robert Wanko (11 months ago)
Molly Ringwald was let go from the show. Can you blame her for not gracing the reunion with her presence? She was treated like shit by the producers, so there is no need for her to be gracious to them.
+atlantic 11561 Except Denzel was working...
gsentinel007 (2 years ago)
+atlantic 11561 I know what you mean - It might sound corny but I've always felt that it was so important to embrace your early work when you've become a huge star. Maybe if someone didn't give you a break back then it would have taken you longer to become a success in show business. That's just my opinion.
atlantic 11561 (3 years ago)
+Andrew White Well said, Andrew! You are right, Molly did have an excuse due to the fact that she was only on FOL for one year. In addition, she was let go under some rather nasty circumstances. There is evidently a hierarchy in Hollywood in the sense that actors who "rise to a higher level" (the big screen) no longer feel obligated to recognize or reminisce upon their earlier ventures. However, where would they be without those early ventures?
Andrew White (3 years ago)
+atlantic 11561 But, at least John Travolta showed up for the Welcome Back, Kotter reunion at the TV Land Awards. You're half right about Molly. She did start out there, but some people forget because she was only on The Facts of Life in the first season. She was one of 7 girls on the show originally and was one of 4 that were let go. I think they should've kept her and still added Nancy McKeon as Jo. The other three girls who left wouldn't have much direction to go in with their characters later on because they seemed so ordinary whereas Blair, Natalie, Tootie, and Molly (one of those character is the same name as an actor's real name situations, like Tony Danza on Taxi and Who's The Boss) were more unique and Jo made it more interesting. But because she was let go with the other girls, everyone just focused on Blair, Tootie, Natalie, and Jo. Most people seem to remember Molly Ringwald becoming a star with Sixteen Candles, then The Breakfast Club, of course, and Pretty in Pink. Truth be told, she turned down the role of Vivian in Pretty Woman that went to Julia Roberts. By the way, Julia showed up to that reunion this year AND even reunited with her Mystic Pizza costars the year before even though it was really Pretty Woman (or Steel Magnolias if anyone was paying attention enough) that really got her on the map. And Molly has shown up for Breakfast Club reunions with Ally Sheedy and Anthony Michael Hall, but Judd Nelson and Emilio Estevez always seem to be MIA. Oh, and back to Facts of Life, you know who was also MIA from that reunion? None other than a cast member from the 7th and 8th season, GEORGE CLOONEY. Hope he makes his ER reunion. Otherwise, he's as bad as Denzel. LOL!
Dr Caldwell should slap Dr Ehrlich and Dr Fiscus but he will angry the dammit Dr Beale as Capt. Harris or Skroder 
obaidCarkey (3 years ago)
Denzel should go fuck himself for having such an attitude to not attend this reunion!  who the hell does he think he is?
Derrick Douglass (2 years ago)
Yes sir massa!!!!!
Andrew White (2 years ago)
+Manu Ginobilis Bald Spot Did he win?  Nope.  Wasn't that great of a film and I feel his role was only nominated because there was a lack of diverse roles that were Oscar caliber performances.  I think he was nominated by default just to fill in that last slot.  Wasn't one of his better roles.  Training Day, Glory, Malcolm X, and The Hurricane were among his best.
+obaidCarkey An iconic actor who was shooting a movie (Flight) that he'd be nominated for his 6th Academy Award, across the country. But yeah...whatever suits your thinly veiled bigoted narrative.
alex kanyima (2 years ago)
+Andrew White george clooney and denzel washington had not a ego
Andrew White (3 years ago)
+obaidCarkey I agree. Some people are just too big for their britches. They soon forget where they come from. I don't care what kind of contract you have with a film company for a movie shoot, if they can't grant you a day to take a private jet to fly in for a special reunion of something that started it all for you, then the deal should be off. He's a big star because this show gave him his big break just like ER did for George Clooney. Same Cinderella story (both are Oscar winners), same type of show (hour-long medical drama), and even the same network and time slot (NBC at 10 pm, although St. Elsewhere was on Wednesdays and ER was on Thursdays). And because he's a big star he should've been able to make those type of demands and if they couldn't or wouldn't give it to him then it should've been their loss, not Denzel's. Because of his foolish commitment, he missed a possible once-in-a-lifetime chance to reunite with old friends and colleagues. And some of them are old now, who knows how long it's been since he's seen them and who knows when he will or if he will ever see them again. It's not like it would've kill his career. Producers, directors, and film companies will still want to work with him because he's a brilliant actor. I would hope that if an ER reunion happens in the future, Clooney will have the good enough sense to have a deal put in place to take a day off to join his fellow cast members from that show for an interview down memory lane. The whole point of being a big star is that you can do what you want when you want. But, if being a big star means you can't be bothered with your past and what got you there, then you're a butthead.
MrCityslickerktm (3 years ago)
Anyone find it strange the reunion was on ABC (Good Morning America)?  The show aired on NBC.  Why wouldn’t they have reunited on the network that aired the show?
daivd kimble (3 years ago)
+MrCityslickerktm cause they are stupid
flon57 (3 years ago)
i loved this show and Hill Street Blues, ground breaking shows
Paul Mcdonough (2 years ago)
+flon57 street of san francisco and hill street blues channel 4 in the u.k i watch them
felix121984 (2 years ago)
+flon57 I can't believe all of their ages, almost all look young for their ages !!
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+pvtrichter88 Let's roll, and be safe out there.
pvtrichter88 (2 years ago)
+flon57 there have been cop shows and hospital shows  since  Television began but yes HILL ST.and  ST ELSEWHERE  began to really  change the look of television  making it grittier and attracting a  higher caliber of acting [I emphasize sometimes!]  good to see these  old dogs show up again!!
Frank Pontone (3 years ago)
Not ONE single cast member mentioned how great the late Ed Flanders was on the show. They acted as if he never was even on the show.  Rumor has it that the late Ed Flanders became very irritable when people would associate him with The Simpson's animated character "Ned Flanders." Matt Groenig should be ashamed of himself for taking part in driving Ed Flanders to suicide. 
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+Frank Pontone He killed himself????
PerthTowne (2 years ago)
+Frank Pontone I'm sure the interview with the cast was much longer than what was shown. It's likely that Ed Flanders was mentioned, but it was edited out. The cast doesn't control that, ABC does.
TimBoyd2012 (3 years ago)
Happy 100th B-day, Norman Lloyd!
Marckymarc71 (2 months ago)
He'll be 104 this fall!
And to Norman Lloyd, Happy 100 th Birthday, from Corrina.
David Steinle (3 years ago)
Cynthia Sikes.....wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow wow....I love you.
Juliaflo (3 years ago)
Miss Kansas of 1972.
Jerome (3 years ago)
Mr. Feeny?
TimBoyd2012 (3 years ago)
He was also the voice of KITT on Knight Rider
rgalang74 (3 years ago)
Excuse me Denzel ! cant spare some time with your past c-workers !
+ReviewCam yes
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+The softest parf of a woman's breast is? Leo was on Growing Pains?
Look how much people are up there and he wasn't the only person from the show missing. Leonardo Dicaprio didn't show up for the Growing Pains reunion too.
Tracy L (4 years ago)
Really sad they didn't bother to mention Ed Flanders (Dr. Westphall) who committed suicide in 1995.
laminage (4 years ago)
It was the First Medical Drama that I loved watching way before there was A ER or even a Grey's Anatomy.   It really did a lot.   I remember Christina Pickles playing Countess Elena De Poulignac who owned a Art Gallery on Another World.  Judith Light, Sydney Penny, Eric Stoltz, and Lisa Bonet also guest starred on the Show.  Denzel won Two Oscars and a Tony Award.   It dealt with Breast Cancer, AIDS and Autism way before it became a National Issue.   Also, I remember the Actor who played Coolidge on The White Shadow (Also Produced By Bruce Paltrow) mistaking Timothy Van Patten for Salami. 
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
Byron Stewart was Warren Coolidge. He was a crossover to St E. Warren got a basketball scholarship to Boston U but a knee injury ended his career. He wound up an orderly at St Eligius.
Troubleshooter125 (4 years ago)
+Eva Tinker Indeed, Stephen Furst ("the guy on the bottom left") *was* on _Babylon 5_, as Vir Cotto, Londo Mollari's assistant ... and conscience ... and eventually, Emperor of the Centauri Republic.
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
+TimBoyd2012 Yep, Flounder
TimBoyd2012 (3 years ago)
As well as Flounder in Animal House
Troubleshooter125 (4 years ago)
Certainly _St. Elsewhere_ was groundbreaking as a medical show, but as for large ensemble drama, that ground had already been broken by _Hill Street Blues_.
Rolling Ormond (9 months ago)
St. Elsewhere was pitched as Hill Street Blues in a hospital.
ConvictedAshes (4 years ago)
Tragic the way Ed Flanders died. Poor guy took his own life after suffering Depression, Alcoholism & was severely injured in a Car Accident towards the end. Rest In Peace. 
ConvictedAshes (1 year ago)
It's all good.
T Davis (1 year ago)
Oh, that's right sorry about that...
ConvictedAshes (1 year ago)
NO!. That's Ned flanders. He was quite possibly named after Ed Flanders.
T Davis (1 year ago)
Ed Flanders...wasn't he the religious cartoon character from The Simpsons?...
saiyamanGXT (4 years ago)
Aside from Denzel Washington's absence here is list of other St. Elsewhere stars who WERE NOT included in this reunion. Ed Flanders (suicide in 1995), David Birney, Ronny Cox, G.W. Bailey, Ellen Bry, Bruce Greenwood, Terence Knox, Sagan Lewis, Kim Miyori, France Nuyen, Cindy Pickett, Kavi Raz, Jennifer Savidge, & Nancy Stafford.
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
Sagan Lewis and Jennifer Savidge were both part of the show from the early seasons but they were never listed in the opening credits until the final season. David Birney and G W Bailey were both in the first season but were "Chuck Cunningham-ed" starting with the second season. Cynthia Sykes was "Chucked" in season 3 or 4.
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
Florence Halop was Mrs Huffnagel. Unfortunately she died in the mid 80s.
ReviewCam (2 years ago)
And whoever the actress was that played Mrs. Hufnagel. Not a main character or anything but a memorable character for a couple of episodes.
Shoalanda Speaks (2 years ago)
Don't forget Edward Hermann who played the founder of the hospital.
saiyamanGXT (2 years ago)
+ReviewCam No. Anthony Edwards was on E.R.
Alicia Khalid-Glynn (4 years ago)
I had the BIGGEST CRUSH on William Daniels ever since I saw him in "The Graduate." Those eyes. That smile. And, that strange accent. He's a short man with a very tall persona. I assumed William Daniels was British until I Googled him and found out that he was born in Brooklyn. I am currently writing my second novel (a medical drama). Earlier this year, I found St. Elsewhere-Season One on DVD at a thrift store. I paid $4.94 + tax. I LOVE IT. It's really helping me with my research.
Alicia Khalid-Glynn (4 years ago)
+Angie Barr Thanks...I will pm you  :-P
Angie Barr (4 years ago)
If you want the other seasons....pm me. :-)
Maud Noodle (4 years ago)
Who is the guy at the front left? Wasn't he on Desperate Housewives?
ddivincenzo1 (4 years ago)
That is actor David Morse who has been in many movies and T.V. roles. He played alongside Tom Hanks in "The Green Mile".
agfagaevart (4 years ago)
Does anyone have a copy of St. Elsewhere's reunion on Donahue Show, circa 1988???
Annie H (4 years ago)
I loved this show there was nothing like it on tv at the time. When will it be repeated on British TV? I would love my grown up children to see it.
lovemuffin1963 (4 years ago)
Brooke you are an IDIOT Mark Harmon is on NCIS not CSI
CF1975 (4 years ago)
It looks like some people who stood outside were expecting the members of Kiss instead?
GavinJ37 (4 years ago)
Did anyone honestly think Denzel would turn up??. With that said, I thought G W Bailey might...but I guess not.
kgreene104 (4 months ago)
The show ran for six seasons. G W Bailey was only there for the first season.
Alicia Khalid-Glynn (4 years ago)
LOL ur right. Everyone one else made an effort though. Denzel could have hooked up a web cam...
Iccarus72 (4 years ago)
ER has nothing on St. Elsewhere..this show set a precedent. Never tired of watching it in reruns a few years back when PAX had it on. Extremely well done show with such and extremely stellar class of actors. A very special show none other in it's genre has come close since.
Fordham1969 (4 years ago)
Norman Lloyd is a few weeks short of his 98th birthday here and still seems just as sharp as ever.The same with William Daniels,who's 85 here,and him and his wife Bonnie have been married over 60 years.Pretty amazing.
DobbyJunior (4 years ago)
Howie Mandell made that show for little six year old me watching it with my mother. We would wait around wondering when Howie would blow up a plastic glove on his head. I remember it was reported once that he blew out a nostril because he did it so much.
KYKIN89 (4 years ago)
2:10 Stephen Furst... " fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life son" - Dean Wormer
Anne Liesveld (4 years ago)
80s ER!
Rachel Jackson (4 years ago)
Such a phenomenal show and ensemble cast when it wasn't common. And for those who don't know - the things announced over the PA system and characters that were referenced from other Bruce Paltrow shows: Mary Tyler Moore, White Shadow,....made this show more intellectual and funny. In a class by itself. Eric Laneuville deserves recognition amongst a great cast who went on to become incredibly accomplished.
Fred B. (4 years ago)
Today I hit my TV remote and flip through shows that are so mindnumbingly boring and poorly acted I want to throw up.....Then there is St. Elsewhere....it was fresh and brilliant week after week...Thank you people....for a job well dne.
David Steinle (4 years ago)
OMG Cynthia Sikes looks better than ever at 59.
WileyCoyote69 (4 years ago)
Hah. Denzel felt he was too good to show up for a reunion? Come on!
Vanessa Kennedy (4 years ago)
Oh my that broke my heart! After all these years it still hurts!
Larry Lee Moniz (4 years ago)
Such a monumental series... highly underrated. I absolutely love this show, and this amazing cast. They most of the priciple player for the interview! And wow... Norman Lloyd looks fantastic! Thanks so much for the post!
Anne Lorigan (4 years ago)
It was that long ago. I was working at a Boston ER and saw most of the shows in repeat. Everyone did such a great job! That same building is on Washington Street in the south end of Boston. One of my friends worked there, but the building was used for detoxing and being clean. Some of it was very real. The feelings of the shows were much the same as watching MASH.
trinigir14 (4 years ago)
chobitstheoneforme (5 years ago)
As much as I love this show and facts of life, and charles in charge, my fab was family ties, y just loved Michael J. Fox
Chad Burkhart (5 years ago)
I honestly never knew till now that Gibbs and KITT worked on this show together! :-)
sylvie bertran (5 years ago)
Dr Erlich . I had to look it up . Great show and a good time to be alive
sylvie bertran (5 years ago)
I was trying to remember Eds characters name on the show .
Marie Jose (5 years ago)
Used to be my fav show
MouseQueen86 (5 years ago)
OMG! Why is the rest of this show NOT on DVD?! C'mon 20th Century Fox!!! Make it happen!!

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