Quincy, M.E./Give Me Your Weak

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Give Me Your Weak
Season 8, Episode 3
Airdate October 27, 1982
Production Number 57027
Written by Sam Egan
Directed by Georg Fenady
Produced by Michael Braverman,
Jeri Taylor
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Give Me Your Weak is the third episode of the eighth season of Quincy, M.E., and the one hundred twenty-seventh episode overall.

Starring: Jack Klugman (Dr. R. Quincy)

Also Starring: Garry Walberg (Lt. Monahan), John S. Ragin (Asten), Val Bisoglio (Danny), Robert Ito (Sam), Joseph Roman (Sgt. Brill)

Guest Stars: Michael Constantine (Dr. Arthur Ciotti), Simon Oakland (Senator Reeves), Robert Ginty (Brian Marinoff), Paul Clemens (Tony Ciotti), Burr De Benning (Rep. James Erickson), Richard Eastham (Drug Industry Council Member), Frank Aletter (Hugh Casey), Ryan MacDonald (Kyle Jastrow), Elsa Raven (Miss Beck)

and Joseph Campanella (Dr. Styer)

Co-Starring: Christopher Templeton (Kitty Marinoff), William Beckley (William Zaskind), Martin Rudy (Pagorino), Roderick Ewing (David Bowman), Jeffrey Winner (Sam Farber), Alan Toy (Carren)

with Peg Stewart (Mrs. Andreas), Lynn-Marie Nanna (Receptionist #1), Elaine Ballace (Receptionist #2), Catherine Battistone (Desk Nurse), Eddie Garrett (Ed), Filip Field (Lab Technician)


Plot Overview

A young man suffering from a painful disease commits suicide when he can't get desperately needed medication, leading Quincy to assemble other patients in dire need of special drugs to march on Washington.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Michael Constantine and Paul Clemens reprise their roles from the earlier episode "Seldom Silent, Never Heard".

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments