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St. Elsewhere is a medical drama TV series that aired on NBC from October 26, 1982 to May 25, 1988.

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Direction Series Date Description Type


4Arrow L The White Shadow19840516 May 16, 1984Warren Coolidge from The White Shadow is also a character in St. Elsewhere.1


4Arrow L Cheers19850327 March 27, 1985St. Elsewhere has a crossover with Cheers in the episode "Cheers".1


4Arrow L The Bob Newhart Show19851120 November 20, 1985Elliot Carlin from The Bob Newhart Show appears in the St. Elsewhere episode "Close Encounters".1


4Arrow L M*A*S*H19851218 December 18, 1985Dr. B.J. Hunnicut from M*A*S*H is mentioned in "Santa Claus is Dead"1


5Arrow R Tattingers19881102 November 02, 1988Kenny Axelrod from Tattingers "The Sonny Also Rises" mentions he is a cousin of Dr. Elliot Axelrod.1


5Arrow R Chicago Hope19960212 February 12, 1996Dr. Kathryn Austin won the Cushing Left Anterior Descending Artery Award in Chicago Hope "Women on the Verge". Dr Mark Craig won it in "Samuels and the Kid".1


5Arrow R Homicide: Life on the Street19980320 March 20, 1998Dr. Roxanne Turner, who appeared in 13 episodes of St. Elsewhere from 1985 to 1988, appeared in the Homicide: Life on the Street episode "Mercy".1


5Arrow R Oz20030209 February 09, 2003In Oz "A Day in the Death", it is found that R.N. Carol Grace worked at St. Eligius. Also, the Oswald State Correctional Facility is owned by Weigert, the company that took over St. Eligius Hospital.1


5Arrow R Method & Red20040811 August 11, 2004Warren Coolidge appears in Method & Red "Da Shootout"1