Casey seeks employment at another company, then meets the staff.
An executive (Joe Flaherty) fires Casey and dies; guest Ed McMahon.
A high-school student observes a typical shift for the staff.
Jack gets Paco to pose as his partner to impress a Cuban businessman who prefers to deal with Latinos.
Casey grants Jack's transfer to the cafeteria.
Hank dreads a visit from Gina's father (Gregory Sierra).
Jack stops pining over Casey, who misses the attention.
An ex-employee (Richard Belzer) seeks revenge on Jack by hijacking his jet.
Hank gets himself and Gina evicted; Paco seeks a raise.
Hank dismisses the baby sitter, but everyone wants to watch Juanita.
Paco hires a lawyer after being maced by Casey.
Casey's unexpected generosity prompts a wave of last-minute holiday gift-buying.
Harry (Richard Mulligan) helps Hank and Gina marry before she gives birth.
Gina announces she won't marry Hank; guests Estelle Getty, Dinah Manoff.
Casey invites former TV doctors (Chad Everett, Larry Linville, Vince Edwards) to the maternity ward's opening.
Jack is jealous of Casey's dating Harry (Richard Mulligan).
Casey invites the staff to a Halloween party at her house.
Gina's father (Gregory Sierra) vows to kill Hank.
Jack offers Casey $1 million for a night of passion.
Casey installs a camera to monitor staff productivity, which plummets.
Casey orders flammable hospital gowns.
Casey poses as a patient to evaluate the staff's performance.
Electrocuted, Jack meets the Angel of Death.
Jack risks his secret goof-off spot to save a construction worker.
Thinking he killed a patient, Jack blames Paco.
Gina spends time with the new pharmaceutical representative.
Hank and Gina try to keep their tutoring sessions professional.
Hank is reunited with his estranged father (William Daniels).
Julie tries to end her romance and winds up engaged.
Hank calls on Larry Csonka to change his 10-year-old son's attitude.
Mishaps plague Hank's Super Bowl party.
Hank buys into Jack's get-rich-quick real-estate scheme.
Gina spends baby-pool money she was supposed to hold.
Annie makes a deal with Jack to help recover her wedding ring.
Gina's visiting sister falls for Hank.
Jack schemes to get even with his ex-business-partner (Peter Scolari).
Jack tries to bribe an administrator (John Ratzenberger) to fire Annie.
Geraldo Rivera is treated at the hospital.
Sandy saves drowning Dreyfuss; guest Dinah Manoff.
Annie selects Julie to act as charge nurse during her vacation.
Julie's first one-night stand is with the parking attendant.
Vengeful staffers convince Jack he needs to be quarantined.
Staffers tell increasingly hostile Sandy to get counseling.
Surgery patient Laverne (Park Overall) annoys the staff.
A white-collar criminal is sentenced to work in the hospital.
Gina tries to help Hank break emotional ties to his ex-wife.
A patient awakens from a 39-year coma to learn he is engaged to Riskin.
A legend reminds of lost opportunities; guest Rue McClanahan.
An actor (Stephen Furst) researching a role follows Annie.
Annie reassesses her career after her childhood minister is killed.
Paco becomes obligated to a mobster patient.
Sandy tries leveling with her domineering mom (K Callan).
Riskin gets promoted; Hank finds a growth.
A patient (Larry Linville) holds the staff hostage, demanding junk food.
Julie's first love (Adam Arkin) has AIDS.
A psychiatric patient who says he's a doctor pursues Julie.
Hank vies with his brother for Gina's attentions.
Annie tries to protect Sandy from an amorous intern.
A hurricane turns the hospital into a crisis center; guests Betty White, Park Overall.
Annie saves a white-supremacist heart patient.
An annoying nurse expires after Annie wishes her dead.
Sandy cares for her ex-husband's fiancee.
Greg's grandfather has a romance that proves fatal.
Gina asks Kaplan to pose as her fiance during her father's visit.
A doctor accuses Greg of stealing drugs.
Laverne (Park Overall) plays matchmaker for Sandy.
Her ex-husband's lunch invitation raises Sandy's hopes.