Doogie is excited to find that Wanda is coming home from school for an art show, but is devastated when he sees her there with another boy.
Doogie fantasizes he is Sherlock Holmes when Michele dates another man. Spaulding announces her engagement.
Doogie becomes the focus of a series of caricatures drawn by a newspaper cartoonist who is diagnosed with cancer.
Doogie allows a gorgeous model to move in with him after she produces another lease to the loft.
Vinnie is selected as a jurist in an assault case. Doogie is shocked to discover that a respected doctor at the hospital is a fake.
Vinnie convinces Doogie to enroll in an acting class. Enlightened by the experience, Doogie decides he has been on the fast tract too long, and decides to resign from Eastman and travel abroad.
Doogie meets a former baby-sitter whom he has not seen since childhood—but is still just as beautiful. Vinnie tries to get a Hollywood director to read his script.
Vinnie withdraws 16,000 dollars from his bank when a computer makes an accounting error. A young patient develops a crush on Doogie.
Mrs. Howser substitutes for her ailing husband on Doogie’s annual father-son fishing trip.
Vinnie and Laura make love… but Laura begins to suspect that Vinnie may have lost more than just his virginity. Doogie treats a famous actress for a mysterious illness.
Doogie receives a taste of his own medicine after he lies to his colleagues that he made love to Michele. Vinnie is shocked when he discovers that his new roommate is gay.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Vinnie suffers from insomnia brought on by stress. Doogie fears that he is becoming a workaholic.
Vinnie becomes perplexed when Janine attempts to reestablish their relationship. Doogie must decide if a patient should lose his high status as a heart-transplant recipient when he catches the man smoking.
Doogie suffers from nightmares after he makes an error during an operation. Vinnie wrestles with the responsibility of voting in the elections.
Mrs. Howser is shocked to find Doogie and her boss, Suzanne Rogers, skinny dipping in the back yard pool.
Doogie recounts his experiences—both professional and personal—during the Los Angeles riots.
Doogie and his father clash over the diagnosis of a young boy who may or may not have been the victim of child abuse.
At Canfield’s request, Doogie becomes a patient at the hospital and is forced to share a room wit Elena Spencer. Vinnie becomes smitten with a bride-to-be.