Becker (1998–2004)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy


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Dr. John Becker goes through his daily routine of being a doctor, stopping at his favorite diner, and other various situations, all the while hating life and everything around him.

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  • Shawnee Smith and Hattie Winston in Becker (1998)
  • Alex Désert and Jorge Garcia in Becker (1998)
  • Ted Danson and Hattie Winston in Becker (1998)
  • Ted Danson and Nancy Travis in Becker (1998)
  • Alex Désert in Becker (1998)
  • Antonio Sabato Jr. and Shawnee Smith in Becker (1998)

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Dave Hackel

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29 July 2004 | couchpotato100
A unique and funny show (A)
Well I just found out that the show has ended, which prompts me to write this review for the show. Something that I rarely do, and I am doing so now because I thought the show possessed something special.

The run down is simple, Ted Danson plays Dr John Becker a dedicated and talented doctor who has a very gruff exterior. The episodes revolve around his work in his practise and his interactions with his friends at his local diner. The show was interesting purely due to the talented and diverse cast, although they change throughout the seasons the show manages to keep its comedic style. I encourage anyone who hasn't seen the show to watch it, and all those who have…

Over the years I've become attached to the show and the characters in it. It will be sorely missed.

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