Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play From the creator of Ally McBeal and Boston Legal David E Kelley&39;s award-winning medical drama returns for a second season introducing new characters and featuring a host of special guest appearances Mandy Patinkin and Adam Arkin provide the heartbeat of a surgical team in one of Chicago&39;s busiest hospitals where pioneering surgical techniques clash with ethical principles and decision making Amid the medical dramas personal relationships simmer as Dr Aaron Shutt and Camille try to reconcile while the arrival of new doctor Kate Austin creates more than its fair share of drama Season Two features guest appearances from Richard Pryor Sandra Bernhard Rip Torn Giovanni Ribisi and Jessica Alba Actors Adam Arkin Mandy Patinkin Hector Elizondo Peter Berg Vondie Curtis-Hall Jayne Brook Christine Lahti Rocky Carroll Mark Harmon Thomas Gibson Roxanne Hart Richard Pryor Sandra Bernhard Rip Torn Giovanni Ribisi & Jessica Alba Certificate 15 years and over Year 1995 – 1996 Screen 1331 Languages English Subtitles None listed Duration 17 hours and 40 minutes (approx)
All 23 episodes from the second season of the US hospital drama from the creator of ‘Ally McBeal’, David E. Kelley. Set in a Chicago charity hospital, the show follows a pair of skilled surgeons, Jeffrey Geiger (Mandy Patinkin) and Aaron Shutt (Adam Arkin), as they attempt to balance the demands of their personal lives with caring for their patients. The episodes are: ‘Hello Goodbye’, ‘Rose from the Dead’, ‘A Coupla Stiffs’, ‘Every Day a Little Death’, ‘Wild Cards’, ‘Who Turned Out the Lights?’, ‘From Soup to Nuts’, ‘Leave of Absence’, ‘Stand’, ‘The Ethics of Hope’, ‘Christmas Truce’, ‘Transplanted Affection’, ‘Three Men and a Lady’, ‘Right to Life’, ‘Hearts and Minds’, ‘Women On the Verge’, ‘Life Lines’, ‘Sexual Perversity in Chicago Hope’, ‘Sweet Surrender’, ‘The Parent Rap’, ‘Quiet Riot’, ‘Ex Marks the Spot’ and ‘Last One Out, Get the Lights’.
Starring Mandy Pantikin and Adam Arkin. Set in a charity hospital in the heart of Chicago, the second season of the multi-Emmy Award-winning drama, created by David E. Kelley (LA Law, Ally McBeal), continues to follow the intense and dramatic events of its staff as they cope with the pressures of both work and their personal lives.