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St. Elsewhere: Monday, Tuesday, Sven's Day

Racial tensions between the Irish and black kids escalate. Dr. Fiscus treats a prostitute with appendicitis - when her friends visit they disrupt the hospital. Dr. White's wife comes bearing unpleasant news: she's pregnant. Dr. Craig throws a party for Sven Holstrum, a visiting cardiac surgeon. Dr. Ehrlich tries to escape the party, but cannot, so he needs a date. And then he makes a fool of himself when he drinks away his nervousness. When a young black boy dies of the violence, Kevin O'Connor feels responsible, and threatens his own life, because he didn't tell the truth about what happened.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x15
Production Number: 2315
Airdate: Tuesday March 01st, 1983

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Guest Stars
Norman Lloyd
As Dr. Auschlander
Kim Miyori
As Dr. Wendy Armstrong
Ellen Bry
As Nurse Shirley Daniels
Barbara Whinnery
As Cathy Martin
Dick O'Neill
As Mr. O'Conner
David Elliott II
As Kevin O'Connor
Bonnie Bartlett
As Ellen Craig
Melody Anderson
As Nurse Jill Roberts
Karen Landry
As Myra White
Michael Madsen
As Mike O'Connor

Co-Guest Stars
Eric Laneuville
As Luther (credited as Eric C. Laneuville)
Sagan Lewis
As Dr. Jacqueline Wade
Frank Dent
As Dr. Steven Kiley
Rae Dawn Chong
As Hooker
Candace Cameron
As Megan White
Erik Holland
As Dr. Sven Holstrum
Main Cast
William Daniels
As Dr. Mark Craig
Ed Begley, Jr.
As Dr. Victor Ehrlich
Howie Mandel
As Dr. Wayne Fiscus
David Morse
As Dr. Jack Morrison
Christina Pickles
As Nurse Helen Rosenthal
Denzel Washington
As Dr. Philip Chandler
David Birney
As Dr. Benjamin Samuels
Ed Flanders
As Dr. Donald Westphall
G.W. Bailey
As Dr. Hugh Beale
Kavi Raz
As Dr. V. J. Kochar
Terence Knox
As Dr. Peter White
Cynthia Sikes
As Dr. Annie Cavanero
Episode Quotes
Dr. Westphall: You want to swing on me? You want to hit me? Wouldn't you feel a little more comfortable with a baseball bat in your hand? I learned to fight same place you did, pally-boy, and there's nothing I'd like better than to take you apart!

Dr. Westphall is usually the definition of calm, extremely patient with his subordinates, which is what makes him an excellent instructor. In this episode, we see him moved to rare anger by the bigotry of a man whose mistreatment of his own son grew far beyond the family, eventually sparking racial violence.

Warning: St. Elsewhere season 1 episode 15 guide may contain spoilers
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