PG-13 | | Drama
A smart first-year med student takes nothing seriously, except the pursuit of his Gross Anatomy (human dissection) lab partner. It's up to her and their teacher to find a way to convince ... See full summary »
The music department insisted that they use a song by the Beastie Boys which was very expensive against the wishes of Director Thom Eberhardt. Eberhardt couldn't find a place for it but finally used it during the scene where Alice Carter's character has gone into labor. For that Eberhardt, insisted that he use an expensive song to license of his own to use in a scene and the studio agreed. The Doris Day song that play in the background during the scene where Carter gives birth in the cafe.
What? What's the matter? You never seen a medical student before?
After being grilled by Dr. Woodruff, Joe Slovak closes the cadaver's chest cavity twice.
There is another scene where the characters are all in a bar, and they are talking about their residencies. One version that was shown has a close up of the main characters at a table and one says, "I want to get a job, working in a quality hospital with quality patients." On Showtime's version there are camera scans to several other people in the bar. You hear the quote in the background, but do not hear who said the phrase.
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