The Best Episodes Directed by David Anspaugh
#1 - My Aim is True
St. Elsewhere Season 3 - Episode 6
Dr. Caldwell performs plastic surgery on Manny while Jerry fights off cabin fever; Dr. Auschlander hires Joan Halloran as his new assistant; Axelrod becomes a hypochondriac; White reunites with his family; and a disturbed Daniels decides to do something about White.
#2 - All About Eve
St. Elsewhere Season 2 - Episode 8
Dr. Caldwell suffers for his work on Eddie Carson; Joan reveals a secret in the E.R.; Ehrlich meets a brand-new Roberta; Dr. Westphall's housekeeper announces she's returning to Italy; Eve Leighton takes a turn for the worse.
#4 - Two Balls and a Strike
St. Elsewhere Season 3 - Episode 3
The rapist returns to St. Eligius; Daniels stays on the job as Rosenthal leads most of the other nurses out on strike; Ellen persuades Dr. Craig to go to a therapist about their marital problems; Luther learns one of the firefighters is fighting his pain in his own way; and Lizzie Westphall leaves for college.
#5 - Homecoming
St. Elsewhere Season 3 - Episode 11
Mrs. Wegener returns to find both her ex-husband and her daughter near death; Clancy moves in with Morrison after a burglary; Martin gives Fiscus a letter concerning Daniels; and Lizzie returns from Vassar with a boyfriend.
#6 - Under Pressure
St. Elsewhere Season 2 - Episode 6
Rosenthal gets arrested just before her scheduled breast reconstruction; Mr. Entertainment sets up in a hospital elevator and meets Dr. Ridley, the new psychiatrist; and Morrison worries over an Irish teenager whose near-fatal beating brings the Catholic-Protestant conflict of northern Ireland to St. Eligius.
#7 - Drama Center
St. Elsewhere Season 2 - Episode 14
A rape occurs in the hospital parking lot; White has trouble adjusting to his restricted status as does Tommy Westphall to the loss of his housekeeper; Cavanero must decide between the man in her life and her career; and a TV crew follows Dr. Craig around to film a documentary.
#8 - Equinox
St. Elsewhere Season 2 - Episode 18
White returns to work to face a hostile staff; Axelrod accidentally destroys Fiscus' beloved Boston Red Sox baseball cap; Cavanero has to tell a college student he has testicular cancer; Chandler questions himself about why Amanda remains distant from him; and Martin decides to come forward against her rapist.
#9 - Fade to White
St. Elsewhere Season 3 - Episode 7
Dr. Westphall finds himself a suspect in the Peter White shooting; Morrison finds a psychological cause for a boy's asthma attacks; many of the residents interview for a TV job; and the city honors the surviving firefighters.
#10 - Whistle, Wyler Works
St. Elsewhere Season 3 - Episode 14
A donor is found for Tshalla but Ehrlich misses out on the operation; Chandler tries to juggle the multiple wives of a bigamist patient; and Morrison faces a personal problem when Luther is recruited by a Caribbean medical school with doubtful credentials.
#12 - The Last White Man on East Ferry Avenue
Hill Street Blues Season 2 - Episode 3
Hill and Renko handle a domestic call involving an old man threatening his neighbors with a shotgun; Hudson looks for the informer in his gang; and Joyce asks Furillo for advice about the Downey case.
#13 - Little Boil Blue
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 7
Belker goes undercover to investigate a scam using bums to collect injury insurance benefits; Coffey tries to relate to a Vietnam vet suffering from traumatic stress; and Daniels orders Furillo to cut off Fuchs from the Maizel homicide investigation.
#15 - Eugene's Comedy Empire Strikes Back
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 19
Bates poses as a bus driver; LaRue continues to groom Vic Hitler for his debut; Daniels is ready to sacrifice Coffey to quiet public opinion; and Furillo and Davenport take a major step in their lives.
#16 - Officer of the Year
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 5
Joyce humiliates an unprepared Bates on the witness stand; Renko pushes an assault victim to press charges; Furillo's son is missing; and Calletano expresses his true feelings at a luncheon honoring him as the Hispanic Officer of the Year.
#17 - Moon Over Uranus: The Final Legacy
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 16
The courts settle Daniels' crime operation; a jealous Furillo questions Joyce about her interview at the Justice Department; LaRue imports a surplus tank; Fay gets herself arrested so she can confront Judge Grogan about the paternity of her expected child; and Goldblume outthinks some gang members threatening a stand up young man who turned in their friends.
#18 - Phantom of the Hill
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 10
Belker makes a bust while picking up a ring at a jewelry store; Furillo tries to make a murder case without a body or autopsy report; Renko gets dumped; the Phantom strikes one final time; and a terrified Eddie implicates his lover in a vicious drug murder.
#19 - Ba-bing, Ba-bing
Hill Street Blues Season 4 - Episode 2
Hill wins $100,000 in the lottery; Deputy Chief Mahoney tries to ride herd on Furillo's precinct; mayoral candidate Benjamin Fisk moves into a crime-ridden housing project; Goldblume tries to help Hector Ruiz control the Diablos; and Coffey and Bates bust a couple of lady mud wrestlers.
#20 - Personal Foul
Hill Street Blues Season 2 - Episode 16
Belker and Washington go undercover at a porno theater; Hill and Renko answer a domestic call concerning a suicidal man holding his wife and child hostage; a pickup basketball game between the cops and the gangs calls for full-scale negotiations.
#21 - Fallen Angels
E-Ring Season 1 - Episode 16
A plane carrying American doctors on a mercy mission crashes in the Venezuelan jungle. The Venezuelans claim they were on a mission to assasinate their president. JT and his team must rescue them before they are captured.
#22 - Heat Rash
Hill Street Blues Season 3 - Episode 3
Hill and Renko arrest councilman Detweiler for drunken driving; Belker is joined by actor Jon Gennaro on his undercover job; Fay goes to work as a crime reporter for an advertising weekly; and Furillo looks into the charges made against his men by a bitter Lou Hogan.