The Making of 'Dr. T and the Women'

11 min


So, Dr. T, I hear

your wife's sister...

...moved back in with you

a few days ago.

- Is that true?

- Yes, it is.

Peggy, and three kids.

I'm sorry.

What is your wife's name?

- Kate.

- Kate! Of course, Kate.

And your wife's sister's name is...?

- Peggy.

- Peggy! Peggy, yes, Peggy.

So, how many children does Peggy

have now?

She has three.

- They have all girls.

- Three.

All girls?

That's nice.

Yes, it is.

Wouldn't have it any other way.

Nor would I.

Dr. Travis' office. May I help you?

Oh, now, please tell me

that room's ready.

Sweetie, everything okay in there?

Didn't I tell you

you'd be in this room?

You did. You're so good.

Oh, I hope so.


- Marsha?

- Yeah.

Darling, insurance, new payments,

is that...?

You've got an appointment?

- Your name?

- Nina Shipman. From Corpus.

Joanne, you've got a new insurance,

did you know that?

I thought that was for me.

I bet you do. Once for every store.

Plus an extra.

I might. I think I might.

- Allison, sweetie.

- Yes?

Miss Shipman. First timer.

Insurance information, the new one.

Hey, everybody.

Abbey, how are you?

You look beautiful.

Here's some brand new information

you've never heard in this office:

We're running late.

Now how could that happen...

...every day?

- Hey, Liz. How you doing?

- Liz, how are you?

Five minutes is about all we can do,

and that'll be a miracle.

I'll be back in a second.

Hi, Mrs. Larson. How are you today?

I'll take you over to Judy.

We're gonna set up tests for you and

appointments for the next few weeks.

Liz! Hi, how are you?

You look a little pale.

- Never been better.

- Don't forget my garden party.

Oh, yeah, yeah. I will. I will.

Make sure. I will never

forgive you if you don't.

Hello, Judy.

I've got a meeting with the mayor.

You won't make me wait, will you?

You should call him and tell him

you need to see your ob-gyn.

As usual in a doctor's office,

you'll have to wait.

I know you shouldn't have to, but our

doctor doesn't understand that.

But I've already done my breast exam.

Great, we should give you extra

points for that. Or a deduction.

- You're in my seat.

- I'm sorry.

Give me just a few more minutes.

- How much time?

- I don't know, 30.

- That bathroom is disgusting.

- The bathroom?

Yes, it is.

How many people are you "working in"?

Can the doctor say no to anybody?


- I think I might've grazed that one.

- A definite...

- Almost.

- Almost.

You saw that spin to the right.

Yeah, that was a sure thing there.

- Bernadette Rose is in.

- Hey, Sully.

You and me, head to head,

five bucks a shot.

Why don't you just give him

your ATM card and be done?

Are you ready for this?

We're ready.

- Holy sh*t.

- Oh, man!


How do you do that?

Want my secret?

Bernadette Rose.

Never take a good woman for granted.

You and Sully had the perfect day.

You were the perfect couple.

I was the little

geeky 8-year-old...

...just trying to be proper.

But it was so wonderful and that's

the way it should be.

I want it to be the perfect wedding...

I was gonna say "of her life."

The only wedding of her life,

that's the perfect wedding.

Look at these.

This is what I was talking about.

Your phone's ringing.

Every time I hear it,

I assume it's somebody else's.

Excuse me.

Oh, good grief.

Hello? Hey, baby girl.

Mommy, we're playing doctor and Amber

won't go tee-tee when I say...

...and Maria won't help.

Girl, you did not.

If Amber doesn't want to go,

don't make her.

Honey, that's Uncle Sully's.

You do not tee-tee on those sticks.

Give me... Let me talk to Maria.

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