Pilot. Season 1 – Aired: 3/26/1969
A Matter of Humanities
A doctor from Santa Monica has some heart trouble and needs an assistant.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/23/1969
Hello, Goodbye, Hello
A warm, outgoing young school teacher is told by Dr. Welby that she only has a few months to live. She goes into seclusion. Dr. Kiley, who has become strongly attached to her, attempts to bring her back into the current of life.
Season 1, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/30/1969
Welby tries to help an autistic child achieve a breakthrough to reality.
Season 1, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/7/1969
Don't Ignore The Miracles
For the first time at 42, a woman learns that her husband has been seeing another woman.
Season 1, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/14/1969
Silken Threads and Silver Hooks
A husband starts filming a documentary on his actress-wife's recovery from a stroke, despite warnings from Dr. Welby.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/21/1969
All Flags Flying
An aging war hero is determined to sail alone to the South Pacific despite warnings that the voyage would prove fatal.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/28/1969
Echo Of A Baby's Laugh
A young wife panics when Dr. Welby tells her that she must inform her husband of a premarital abortion.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Aired: 11/4/1969
The White Cane
When an operation restores Paul Hannan's sight, his love cools for his blind fiancee, Laura Jelliffe. Laura, employed at the Center for the Blind, seeks to forestall the ordeal of the engagement being called off by asking for a transfer to another city.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/11/1969
The Vrahnas Demon
Nick Eugenides is an aging but lusty Greek American fisherman who refuses to change his life style when Dr .Welby informs him he has emphysema. Eugenedes insists on entering an annual deep diving competition, an event he has won for many years.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/18/1969
Madonna With Knapsack and Flute
In her recurring role as Myra Sherwood, Ann Baxter, with whom Dr. Welby is in love, takes a pregnant, unmarried "flower child," Tracy Clifford, into her home. Dr. Welby, who is treating Tracy for mononucleosis, warns Myra against deep emotional involvement with the girl. Myra, however, whose own daughter would have been Tracy's age had she lived, makes plans to maintain Tracy has her own child--when it is born--indefinitely.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/25/1969
Dr. Welby, wishes to hospitalize Scott Behrman, who has given up LDS but suffers from recurrences of the effects of the drug. Scott returns home after a long absence, and bursts into Dr. Welby's office while suffering a violent "acid flash." . After the attack, Dr. Welby wants have him hospitalized. However, Max Behrman, Scott's father, who is willing to be separated from his son again, opposes the plan. He believes that if Scott pursues a responsible life, working in the family business, the attacks will not recur.
Season 1, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/9/1969
Let Ernest Come Over
Ernest Jackson--up for promotion to police lieutenant--feels that disclosure of his physical problem would ruin his chance for advancement. Welby, learning of Jackson's occupation, says he cannot allow the truth to be hidden since his condition may lead to the officer's inability to carry out his duty at a crucial moment.
Season 1, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/16/1969
The Chemistry of Hope
Pacho McGuerney's parents, refuse to allow Dr. Welby to tell their teen-aged son that he has leukemia.
Season 1, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/23/1969
Neither Punch nor Judy
Dr. Welby's friend, Father Hugh Riorden, suffers severe asthmatic attacks because he feels inadequate in dealing with the personal problems of his parishioners. The priest's feelings reach a climax when he is unable to restore the will to live in a young man injured in an accident, but Dr. Welby's able to do so. Father Hugh announces to Dr. Welby that he is going to quit the priesthood.
Season 1, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/30/1969
A basketball player, told by Dr. Welby that he must have knee surgery, goes to a faith healer instead.
Season 1, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/6/1970
The Soft Phrase of Peace
Welby treats a black leader's college-student son, injured by police during a demonstration.
Season 1, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/13/1970
Fun and Games and Michael Ambrose
Michael Ambrose, a diabetic, tries to end his life to get even with his father. Michael resents his father, best-selling novelist John Ambrose, blaming him for the unhappiness his mother suffered before her death, and taunts him by threatening to give up taking her insulin shots. When John Ambrose goes back East for a television appearance, Michael carries out his threat.
Season 1, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/27/1970
When the patrician Senora Carlotta, mother of Dr. Welby's nurse Consuelo Lopez, is told by the doctor that her life-or-death decision will also involve others, she decides immediately what course she must take. Her philosophy affects Mrs. Faris, the cynical women whose room she shares and who rejects the present while dreading the future.
Season 1, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/3/1970
Dance to No Music
Joseph Campanella guest-stars as scientist Leo Maslow, who is convinced that he has an hereditary disease, Huntington's Chorea, which begins with complete loss of memory and inability to function. Welby and Kiley conduct tests, but are not convinced that Maslow has the disease. However, his condition continues to deteriorate, especially after he learns his wife is pregnant.
Season 1, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/10/1970
Go Get 'Em, Tiger
Dr. Steven Kiley befriends a former employee, now a reformed drug addict, and in doing so places himself and Dr. Welby in an awkward and almost untenable position. Dr. Kiley does his best to help Warren Chamber -- his onetime benefactor -- find suitable employment, but his record as a former addict precludes any success. Finally, when a job as a bus driver with a private school becomes available, and Kiley is called on to give his friend a physical examination for the institution, he is forced to choose between his duty as a doctor and his obligation to a friend.
Season 1, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/17/1970
Nobody Wants a Fat Jockey
Dinty Gallagher refuses to give up his regimen of diet pills and steam baths, even after having fainting spells. Gallagher's desperate attempts to make the weight for the most important race of his life result in physical collapse and he is hospitalized. There he overhears Doctors Welby and Kiley tell his manager that tests indicate he is still growing, at 21, and that it will be impossible for him to continue his career as a jockey.
Season 1, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/24/1970
The Other Side of the Chart
Dr. Steven Kiley, embarrassingly hospitalized for Chicken Pox, becomes interested in "Dutch" Radtke, a husky oil field worker who panics at the prospect of surgery. Radtke's physician plans exploratory surgery to determine if he has cancer of the bladder. Dr. Kiley, who has been checking up on tropical diseases, advocates alternative testing. However, he is unable to reach Radke's physician, and Radtke, the night before the surgery is scheduled, escapes from the hospital.
Season 1, Episode 22 – Aired: 3/3/1970
The Merely Syndrome
A young girl who has undergone successful heart surgery continues to have severe heart seizures.
Season 1, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/10/1970
Sea of Security
An oceanography student with the bends disregards Dr. Welby's advice and insists on one more dive.
Season 1, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/17/1970
The Daredevil Gesture
A hemophiliac teenager risks his life to rescue a companion who has fallen down a ravine.
Season 1, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/24/1970
An orphanage counselor, addicted to pills, causes an automobile accident in which one of her charges is injured.
Season 1, Episode 26 – Aired: 4/14/1970
The Rebel Doctor
Dr. Welby tries to help a very young doctor fighting to keep a clinic operating in a poor neighborhood.
Season 2, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/22/1970
A Very Special Sailfish
After a successful diet, a teenager gets caught up in the swinging set, leading to a sexually transmitted disease.
Season 2, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/9/1970
The Worth Of A Man
An attorney refuses to step down from a case even after Welby tells him he has a terminal disease.
Season 2, Episode 3 – Aired: 10/6/1970
Warn the World About Mike
Dr. Kiley's brother believes he is dying and refuses to seek help.
Season 2, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/13/1970
The efforts of Welby and Kiley to battle a flu epidemic are complicated by a rich hypochondriac.
Season 2, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/20/1970
To Get Through the Night
A psychiatrist discovers he is the victim of a fatal form of sclerosis.
Season 2, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/27/1970
Daisy In the Shadows
The mother of a retarded child is forced to realize that she must allow the child to live with foster parents.
Season 2, Episode 7 – Aired: 11/10/1970
Dr. Welby tries to help a scientist, Vic Rivera, who appears to be suffering from drug-induced symptoms so serious he fears he will die or become completely incapacitated.
Season 2, Episode 8 – Aired: 11/17/1970
The Girl From Rainbow Beach
Just before her marriage, a young woman discovers she is a victim of a form of leprosy.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/24/1970
Aura To A New Tomorrow
A young epileptic's effort to hide his affliction endangers his life.
Season 2, Episode 10 – Aired: 12/1/1970
A proud young father refuses to bring his supposedly mentally challenged son to a free clinic for treatment.
Season 2, Episode 11 – Aired: 12/8/1970
To Carry the Sun In A Golden Cup
Dr. Welby suspects a young nurse is suffering from a hereditary muscular disease.
Season 2, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/15/1970
All the Golden Dandelions Are Gone
A father with mononucleosis endangers his life by not following Welby's advice.
Season 2, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/22/1970
Brave On A Mountain Top
Dr. Welby urges a young American Indian with emphysema to return to the clean air of the reservation.
Season 2, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/5/1971
Another Buckle For Wesley Hill
A young rancher lapses into despondency when he becomes dependent on a kidney machine.
Season 2, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/19/1971
Dr. Kiley begins to fall in love with a TB patient after her husband shows disgust at her condition.
Season 2, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/26/1971
The Passing Of Torches
A dying former teacher and a confused medical student complicate efforts to honor the educator.
Season 2, Episode 17 – Aired: 2/2/1971
A Woman's Place
Dr. Welby tries to help an alcoholic orthopedic surgeon.
Season 2, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/16/1971
A Spanish Saying I Made Up
Dr. Welby's nurse falls in love with a rich man with old-fashioned principles.
Season 2, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/23/1971
Welby and Kiley are sued for malpractice by a patient who blames them for her paralysis.
Season 2, Episode 20 – Aired: 3/2/1971
Don't Kid A Kidder
Problems occur after Dr. Welby helps a blind woman arrange plastic surgery for her big-eared son.
Season 2, Episode 21 – Aired: 3/9/1971
Elegy For A Mad Dog
Dr. Welby is bitten by a rabid dog which belongs to a mentally challenged patient of his.
Season 2, Episode 22 – Aired: 3/16/1971
Dr. Welby becomes involved in a strained marriage when he assists the wife of a musician who becomes ill on a flight to Los Angeles.
Season 2, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/23/1971
A young girl develops an ulcer because she feels her rich parents don't love her.
Season 2, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/30/1971
The House of Alquist
Dr. Welby urges a young woman to break with her despotic father and marry the man she loves.
Season 3, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/14/1971
The Tender Comrade
The marriage plans of a beautiful widow are threatened when she undergoes a mastectomy.
Season 3, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/21/1971
A Portrait of Debbie
Dr. Welby faces a puzzling diagnostic problem with a young girl who is newly adopted.
Season 3, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/28/1971
In My Father's House
When his father suffers a stroke, Dr. Kiley faces a life-or-death decision.
Season 3, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/15/1971
I Can Hardly Tell You Apart
Sally Field is seen as June and Jan Wilkins, betweeen whom exists a very strong sibling rivalry. Jan's feelings are put to a test when June's burns require a skin graft.
Season 3, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/12/1971
This Is Max
Dr. Welby helps a Japanese-American boy achieve a change in attitude toward his father.
Season 3, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/19/1971
Men Who Care (1)
The father of one of Dr. Welby's patients is charged with murdering his daughter's boyfriend.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/21/1971
Men Who Care (2)
Welby testifies at the murder trial of Marshall's client.
Season 3, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/26/1971
Ask Me Again Tomorrow
A neurosurgeon jeopardizes his career when he pushes himself beyond his endurance.
Season 3, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/2/1971
Don't Phase Me Out
A heart attack makes a work-oriented executive reexamine his values.
Season 3, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/9/1971
Echo From Another World
The life of a patient is endangered by a young neurologist's diagnostic error.
Season 3, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/16/1971
The Best Is Yet To Be
Romance blossoms between two elderly residents of a plush retirement home.
Season 3, Episode 12 – Aired: 11/23/1971
A Yellow Bird
Dr. Welby's nurse wants to compensate for her lonely life by adopting a child.
Season 3, Episode 13 – Aired: 11/30/1971
They Grow Up
Dr. Welby helps a young instructor face the unconscious guilt he feels about his mentally challenged sister.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/7/1971
Of Magic Shadow Shapes
A once-renowned film director endangers his life when given a chance to regain his fame.
Season 3, Episode 15 – Aired: 12/14/1971
A bitter young black man gets a new idea of life when he gives his blood to save a white boy.
Season 3, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/4/1972
The Basic Moment (1)
Dr. Welby's daughter returns from South America wishing for an abortion because of exposure to rubella.
Season 3, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/11/1972
The Basic Moment (2)
Complications which arise following the birth of Dr. Welby's grandson threaten the mother's life.
Season 3, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/25/1972
All the Pretty People
Rick, whose tennis prowess has brought him fame, money and a beautiful wife, is hospitalized by Dr. Kiley following a collapse. Faced with the fact that his tennis playing days are over, Rick thinks his life is over as well until a suggestion for a new career comes from a teammate.
Season 3, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/1/1972
I'm Really Trying
The problems of a boy with minimal brain dysfunction are aggravated by his father's refusal to accept the diagnosis.
Season 3, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/8/1972
Is It So Soon That I Am Done For - I Wonder What I Was Begun For?
After their infant son dies, the grief-stricken parents take in a foster child.
Season 3, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/15/1972
Just a Little Courage
Dr. Welby helps a college instructor realize that he must return to his first love of writing.
Season 3, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/22/1972
Don't Talk About Darkness
A man needing eye surgery postpones it so that he may see his first child.
Season 3, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/29/1972
Once There Was A Bantu Prince
A social worker with sickle cell anemia wants to adopt a child suffering from the same disease.
Season 3, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/7/1972
A Taste of Salt
The long-time marriage of a couple is threatened when their newborn son develops cystic fibrosis.
Season 3, Episode 25 – Aired: 3/14/1972
Teenaged Carol Lockett, three months pregnant and hospitalized by an infection, chooses to risk going full term rather than having a therapeutic abortion. Another complication is deciding whether to marry the baby's father or to put the child up for adoption.
Season 4, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/12/1972
A Fragile Possession
The physical and emotional dangers of abortion surface when a domineering mother forces her daughter to undergo the operation.
Season 4, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/19/1972
Love Is When They Say They Need You
A mentally challenged man faces the problem of being a transplant donor to his brother.
Season 4, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/26/1972
We'll Walk Out of Here Together
An active young girl must adjust to a lifetime in a wheelchair following a serious illness.
Season 4, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/3/1972
In Sickness and In Health
A newly separated wife contracts a venereal disease when she has an affair.
Season 4, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/10/1972
House of Mirrors
Just as he plans to remarry, a pathologist is told he faces serious surgery.
Season 4, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/17/1972
He Could Sell Iceboxes To Eskimos
An aging salesman tries to make peace with his daughter.
Season 4, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/24/1972
The Wednesday Game
A lonely girl and her brother strike up a friendship with a cancer-stricken athlete.
Season 4, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/31/1972
Don and Denise
A young pianist-composer and his wife face an uncertain future after she is stricken with multiple sclerosis.
Season 4, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/14/1972
Please Don't Send Flowers
After learning that she faces a hysterectomy, a young wife faces uterine cancer and radation to treat it.
Season 4, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/21/1972
With A Shout, Not A Whimper
Even though he thinks so, an aging surgeon soon discovers that his life is not over even though he can no longer practice.
Season 4, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/28/1972
Jason Be Nimble, Jason Be Quick
A father learns he has a responsibility to his young son who is stricken with rheumatoid arthritis.
Season 4, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/5/1972
Unto the Next Generation
Young parents are afraid to have another child after losing their first to a rare disease.
Season 4, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/12/1972
Heartbeat For Yesterday
Dr. Welby, called by flying physician Jerome Billings, an orthopedic surgeon, for help finds young Carlos in a diabetic coma. Carlos' grandfather, Charlie, convinced his grandson will die, objects to Welby's treating him but accompanies Carlos when Welby insists on flying the ailing youth to a hospital. Weather forces the plane into an emergency landing in which Charlie is injured, giving Welby two emergencies to handle.
Season 4, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/19/1972
Dinner of Herbs
A problem-plagued overweight wife goes on a crash diet to save her marriage.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/2/1973
A More Exciting Case
Following a hysterectomy, a nurse returns to work and becomes over-involved with a patient.
Season 4, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/9/1973
A Necessary End
When Julie Langley Kirk's illness is diagnosed by Dr. Welby as serious heart damage, she refuses to accept it at first. Convinced finally by Dr. Welby that she must continue her work, she works on, with the help of her assistant, Greta, finishing a moving photographic essay on the end of life.
Season 4, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/16/1973
Who Are You Arthur Kolinski?
A grandfather, his son and grandson learn to respect each other when illness draws them together.
Season 4, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/23/1973
An aggressive salesman undergoes a personality change caused by a rare disease.
Season 4, Episode 19 – Aired: 1/30/1973
The Problem With Charlie
Dr. Welby helps a law student find a new approach to the problems causing his ulcer.
Season 4, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/6/1973
Catch A Ring That Isn't There
When 17-year-old gymnastic champion Rickie Manning falls off the rings in gym, he is examined by Dr. Kiley who suspects the boy has been drinking. He and Dr. Welby want the boy to get help from a group at Comeback House. Richie's parents resist at first, but come to face the fact they have helped create their son's problems by pressures on him following the death of their other son.
Season 4, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/13/1973
The Working Heart
Laura Daniels develops a serious heart problem as the result of rheumatic fever. Although she accepts Dr. Welby's order to give up her TV interview show, she is convinced that her husband Paul loves her only as a successful career woman. She returns to work, getting pills from her assistant, Jan, and these, combined with liquor, cause her to collapse, making heart surgery mandatory.
Season 4, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/20/1973
The Other Martin Loring
The emotional strain of an impending divorce sends a man into a diabetic coma.
Season 4, Episode 23 – Aired: 2/27/1973
The Day After Forever
Troubled by his wife's relationship with a charming young political candidate, a successful architect-builder turns to tranquilizers and is seriously injured at a construction site.
Season 4, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/6/1973
The Tortoise Dance
A secretly depressed high-school boy becomes suicidal after the senseless death of his friend.
Season 5, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/11/1973
The Panic Path
An impotent husband tries to find an extramarital relationship.
Season 5, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/18/1973
A Joyful Song
A young woman dying of leukemia takes a special interest in a blind boy who wants to be an artist.
Season 5, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/25/1973
For Services Rendered
A couple who dreams of owning their own home has it shattered when the husband needs an expensive heart operation.
Season 5, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/2/1973
Rico and Louisa Renati, aware their frail but lively daughter Maria has the rare Cooley's Anemia, peculiar to Italians, refuse Dr. Welby's suggestion on the operation. Dr. Jed Hartnet, a leading specialist in this type of disease who is ready to quit the profession, becomes intrigued with Maria and decides to fight her parents' decision.
Season 5, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/9/1973
The Light At the Threshold
Tracey Robbins has been plagued with diabetes for years and the disease has caused her to slowly lose her sight due to blood vessel malfunction. When her father fails to take her on a promised trip to Europe and her infatuation with Dr. Kiley undergoes a rude awakeing, the girl becomes withdrawn and refuses the operation.
Season 5, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/16/1973
A Question of Fault
When a little boy develops gangrene, his condition is blamed on incompetent, bad medical care.
Season 5, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/23/1973
Friends In High Places
An actor's lie about a starring role to cheer up his dying father backfires.
Season 5, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/30/1973
The Endless Moment
Fearing that his bride-to-be, Kelly Green, will cancel their marriage plans, Dr. Kiley does not tell her the seriousness of the rheumatic disease she has contracted. Dr. Welby disagrees with his associate and, as her doctor, tells her the eventualities of such an illness when she insists on knowing.
Season 5, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/6/1973
The Tall Tree
A psychiatric therapist learns he has a serious illnes which will complicate his ability to work.
Season 5, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/20/1973
The Circles of Shame
A woman with an ulcer history believes she that she is pregnant and cancels her wedding plans.
Season 5, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/27/1973
An ex-Marine adopts a Vietnamese orphan who becomes ill.
Season 5, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/11/1973
A Cry In The Night
A marine biologist refuses to admit she is seriously ill that is until she blacks out during an underwater dive.
Season 5, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/18/1973
Death Is Only A Side Effect
Patricia Lowry, despondent over her chronic kidney ailment and fear that her husband, Duke, is having romantic affairs on his business trips, takes a tranquilizer that puts her in a coma.
Season 5, Episode 14 – Aired: 1/1/1974
Dr. Welby forces a former alcoholic to fight for reinstatement as a surgeon.
Season 5, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/8/1974
A Full Life
A scientist is stricken with malaria and then learns that his grandson has not chosen to follow in his footsteps.
Season 5, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/15/1974
No Charity For the MacAllisters
While treating a boy for a snake bite, Dr. Kiley discovers the child has a hereditary blood disease.
Season 5, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/22/1974
Each Day A Miracle
A girl, whose remission from leukemia is the longest on the record books, enrolls in college against her father's wishes.
Season 5, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/29/1974
The Fear of Silence
An air traffic controller is plunged into moments of hopelessness when it's discovered there are lesions on his larynx.
Season 5, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/5/1974
A 15-year-old girl runs away after being raped by the same man who wants to adopt her.
Season 5, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/12/1974
A husband, in the fear that his wife may be mugged again, shoots a neighbor.
Season 5, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/19/1974
The Latch-Key Child
A 4-year-old boy, left in the care of his 9-year-old sister, suffers from recurrent blackouts.
Season 5, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/26/1974
Out of Control
A racing driver, preparing his car for his last big chance, suffers from major brain damage.
Season 5, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/5/1974
I've Promised You a Father (1)
A young nurse suffering from a rare genetic disease that can cause delusions, names Dr. Kiley as the father of her small son in a paternity suit.
Season 5, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/5/1974
I've Promised You a Father (2)
Marshall is persuaded by Dr. Welby to defend Dr. Kiley in a paternity suit filed by Perry, a nurse who believes that the young doctor is the father of her child.
Season 5, Episode 25 – Aired: 5/12/1974
A fashion designer, suffering from nervous fatigue, becomes emotionally involved with Dr. Welby.
Season 6, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/10/1974
The Brittle Warrior
A policeman nearly looses his job after trying to hide the debilitating effects of arthritis.
Season 6, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/17/1974
The Faith of Childish Things
A diabetic expectant mother flies cross-country and falls into a coma.
Season 6, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/24/1974
Last Flight to Babylon
Len Dalton is unable to secure a position as a pilot, fearful of losing the affections of his girlfriend and suffering from post-operation depression, he contemplates suicide. After visiting Dr. Welby for a checkup, Dalton tries to persuade Consuelo to give him some sleeping pills. When his pleading fails, he obtains the drug from another source and tries to end his mental anguish forever.
Season 6, Episode 4 – Aired: 10/1/1974
To Father A Child
Dr. Welby counsels a couple on the problems of impotency.
Season 6, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/8/1974
A boy is the victim of a molester and refuses to reveal the name of the attacker.
Season 6, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/15/1974
The Fatal Challenge
A patient almost dies because a doctor neglects his obligations.
Season 6, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/22/1974
A Fevered Angel
Dr. Welby and Kiley fight to savethe life of a three-year-old boy, whose mother will not allow the child to be given proper medical treatment because of her fanatical beliefs.
Season 6, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/29/1974
Even though Dr. Welby gives him the best treatment modern medicine can provide plus wise counseling and encouragement, Williams has a difficult time adjusting to an entirely different way of life after having to give up his career because of his affliction.
Season 6, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/12/1974
No Gods In Sight
A brilliant researcher has trouble adjusting to doctor-patient relationships.
Season 6, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/19/1974
Hell Is Upstairs
Dr. Welby has to win the trust of a child who must undergo surgery while staying conscious.
Season 6, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/26/1974
The Last Rip-Off
Dr. Welby exposes an unscrupulous funeral director who preys on the relatives of the deceased.
Season 6, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/3/1974
Child of Silence
A mother refuses surgery to cure her child's deafness and the child almost loses her life.
Season 6, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/10/1974
The 266 Days
Nurse Lopez is called upon to deliver a baby under some unexpected conditions.
Season 6, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/17/1974
An unfeeling doctor learns a valuable lesson when he is hospitalized following an accident.
Season 6, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/7/1975
Dark Fury (1)
Dr. Kiley takes Susan Davis out to dinner to celebrate the first annivesary of her operation. When Kiley takes her home, he leaves, but then he hears her scream. At length he succeeds in battering down her door, and finds that she has been sexually violated by her ex-boyfriend, Wayne Trent. Kiley takes Susan to the hospital. Later, he goes after Trent, who in attempting to flee, is seriously injured when his car crashes into a concrete pillar.
Season 6, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/14/1975
Dark Fury (2)
After Susan Davis has been molested by her ex-boyfriend, who has constantly harassed her, Kiley tries to find him. After an accident occurs in which the attacker almost dies, Kiley is subsequently charged with malpractice.
Season 6, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/21/1975
A man's extramarital affair costs him a job and his wife a heart attack.
Season 6, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/28/1975
The Time Bomb
Dr. Welby has serious self-doubts when a young woman develops a cancerous condition, and blames him because of treatments he had recommended when she was a child.
Season 6, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/4/1975
The reunion of two former high-school football teammates is marred by death. The bitter controversy over American involvement in Vietnam is illustrated here between two old friends. One is a consciencious objector who has contracted a terminal illness. The other is a Vietnam war vet.
Season 6, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/11/1975
A teen-age boy with undetected minimal brain damage does poorly in school and in his relationships with others.
Season 6, Episode 21 – Aired: 2/18/1975
Save the Last Dance For Me
Two women who suspect they have breast cancer react in contrasting ways.
Season 6, Episode 22 – Aired: 2/25/1975
The Unindicted Wife
Kate Gannard is admitted into the hospital by Dr. Welby for an appendectomy. Although she suffers from high blood pressure, it is not a problem at the time. However, when she comes home to recuperate, she finds out that her husband, Martin, has been accused of having accepted money in connection with the awarding of a building contract. The notoriety has a devastating effect on her, causing her blood pressure to soar so high that it may kill her. She is rushed to the hospital where Dr. Welby fights to save her life.
Season 6, Episode 23 – Aired: 3/4/1975
Shaken by the death of a friend, Dr. Welby becomes emotionally involved with an ailing teen-ager.
Season 6, Episode 24 – Aired: 3/11/1975
Loser in a Dead Heat
Constant arguments between her parents because of her father's compulsive gambling, cause a girl to suffer from hyperventilation, a condition in which the subject's intake of oxygen is excessive.
Season 7, Episode 1 – Aired: 9/9/1975
Tomorrow May Never Come
Dr. Kiley begins to have romantic feelings for Janet Blake who is the newest hospital director. However, tragedy soon strikes when Janet is thrown off her horse and is paralyzed.
Season 7, Episode 2 – Aired: 9/16/1975
The Fruitfulness of Mrs Steffie Rhodes
Janet finds it difficult to cope after finding out she must help when quintuplets are set to be delivered at the hospital.
Season 7, Episode 3 – Aired: 9/23/1975
Janet Blake's former boyfriend lies about the stroke he recently had to Dr. Welby.
Season 7, Episode 4 – Aired: 9/30/1975
Janet feels responsible after Dr. Welby is named in a malpractice lawsuit.
Season 7, Episode 5 – Aired: 10/7/1974
The Double Edged Razor
After his sister has to have an operation, a young man fears he may have to quit law school to help her afford it.
Season 7, Episode 6 – Aired: 10/17/1974
To Live Another Day
A sick boy's parents relationship suffers as he continues to have setbacks in his recovery.
Season 7, Episode 7 – Aired: 10/21/1975
An End And A Beginning
Kiley and Janet ruin her mother's wedding plans she had made, when the two get married sooner than she had expected.
Season 7, Episode 8 – Aired: 10/28/1975
The Tidal Wave
A patient subject to fits of violence does not respond to medication and turns on his wife. Dr. Welby and Kiley are at odds over the merits of a controversial type of brain surgery.
Season 7, Episode 9 – Aired: 11/4/1975
The Strange Behaviour of Paul Kelland
Dr. Welby cannot figure out why a husband refuses to have his ill wife hospitalized.
Season 7, Episode 10 – Aired: 11/11/1975
After his return from South America, Dr. Welby's son-in-law soon begins showing signs of heart disease.
Season 7, Episode 11 – Aired: 11/18/1975
Killer Of Dreams
A young couple's dream of the perfect wedding is shattered by a recurring illness.
Season 7, Episode 12 – Aired: 12/2/1975
The Medea Factor
After being placed with foster parents, a young boy now refuses to speak and Welby and Kiley seek to find out the true reason.
Season 7, Episode 13 – Aired: 12/9/1975
The One Face In the World
After her father is diagnosed with leukemia, a young doctor tries to convince Welby that she needs to be involved in his medical care.
Season 7, Episode 14 – Aired: 12/16/1975
Go Ahead and Cry
Consuelo has to undergo a major surgery and must also consider a recent marriage proposal.
Season 7, Episode 15 – Aired: 1/6/1976
A former rookie of the year baseball player who became an alcoholic, finally gets another chance at life when he and his wife, Norma, become the physical education directors at the center. When a hepatitis epidemic breaks out, the cases are traced to Scott. The people at the center reject Scott and he returns to the bottle, feeling that his world has collapsed.
Season 7, Episode 16 – Aired: 1/13/1975
How Do You Know What Hurts Me?
A young showgirl collapses after a performance from an infection and doesn't reveal that she recently has had silicone injections.
Season 7, Episode 17 – Aired: 1/20/1976
Prisoner of the Island Cell: Part 1
Even though there is evidence to prove it, Dr. Welby is convinced that a young doctor he works with is not guilty of the rape he is charged with.
Season 7, Episode 18 – Aired: 2/10/1976
The Highest Mountain Part 1
Dr. Kiley is studying to be a brain surgeon and fills in while Dr. Welby is on vacation visiting Sandy and Phil.
Season 7, Episode 18 – Aired: 1/27/1976
Prisoner of the Island Cell: Part 2
After being accused of rape, one of Dr. Welby's colleagues is asked to quit practicing.
Season 7, Episode 19 – Aired: 2/17/1976
The Highest Mountain Part 2
Dr. Kiley suffers a stroke which leaves him paralyzed. This causes Dr. Welby to change his mind about how he must treat the stroke.
Season 7, Episode 20 – Aired: 2/24/1976
To Trump An Ace
A fast-liver postpones tests to determine if he has asthma because he fears losing his pilot's license.
Season 7, Episode 21 – Aired: 3/2/1976
All Passions Spent
Kiley is accused of making advances to the wife of his old college roommate, who is now a heart attack victim.
Season 7, Episode 22 – Aired: 4/27/1976
Vanity Case (1)
Sandy gets engaged to marry Paul, Hedy Moran (pauls ex wife) undergoes tests find out what is wrong with vision.
Season 7, Episode 23 – Aired: 5/4/1976
Vanity Case (2)
Just as Welby is accepting Paul's engagement to Sandy, the former Mrs. Moran returns and is suffering from a loss of vision.