TV Series | TV-14 | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
The lives and trials of the staff of a major hospital in Chicago.
The only Golden Globe win the show received was for the performance of Christine Lahti in the 1997 season which was a funny moment during the award event when her name was announced as winner and she couldn't be found since she was in the bathroom and had to rush to the stage to accept the award. Robin Williams went on to stage (along with the show's producer who knew she was there), made some jokes and later presented the award to her.
Dr. Aaron Shutt:
I was happy! When you're happy and you're tired you go to sleep!
After Christine Lahti joined the ensemble cast in Chicago Hope: Stand (1995), she and Adam Arkin alternated (with one exception) first and second listing in the opening credits. After Lahti left the cast at the end of Season 5, Arkin and Mark Harmon alternated first and second listing.