A hospital isn't a place for lazy people. It's a place for smart people who take care of people who aren't smart enough to keep themselves healthy. So begins Childrens Hospital, an all-new series that follows the lives, loves and laughs of a hospital staff.
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Sy runs himself ragged trying to impress an influential blogger before the big hospital fundraiser gala.
The episode was rated 6.37 from 49 votes.
Dr. Cat Black has a faith crisis and the resident spiritual leaders try to convert her. Also: Glenn becomes frustrated when he doesn't feel like he's getting enough credit for playing second bass in a punk band.
The episode was rated 6.91 from 44 votes.
When Sy's new girlfriend makes significant changes around the hospital, the doctors react with hostility.
The episode was rated 6.92 from 52 votes.
A break room fencing mishap leads to a lucrative business opportunity. Blake suspects that Glenn is fighting an addiction.
The episode was rated 6.93 from 45 votes.
An actor invites the cast to a photography exhibition where their secrets are revealed in a behind-the-scenes episode.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 45 votes.
Five years after leaving the army base, Owen must re-integrate into a 'normal' life at the hospital.
The episode was rated 7.19 from 80 votes.
The crew go to the Doctor of the Year Convention.
The episode was rated 7.23 from 43 votes.
Owen gets caught up in a conspiracy when the hospital runs out of tongue depressors.
The episode was rated 7.25 from 40 votes.
Grandparents visit the workplace for "Bring Your Grandparents to Work Day."
The episode was rated 7.25 from 44 votes.
When Blake realizes that the source of his life's pain is the other doctors, he decides to take revenge.
The episode was rated 7.29 from 48 votes.
Last updated: nov 09, 2020
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