{"title":"Quincy M.E.","dateDebut":"1976","dateEnd":"1983","description":"Quincy was a man with a strong sense of principle.\r\nHe had given up a lucrative private medical practice\r\nto join the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office as a medical examiner.\r\n\r\nHis understanding of forensic medicine led him to conclude that many of the supposed \"normal\" deaths that he was assigned to investigate were actually murders. Whenever this happened, Quincy tended to resemble a detective more than a pathologist, as he sought evidence\r\nto prove his contentions.\r\n\r\nThese wanderings out of his field into the province of the police did not endear Quincy to Dr. Astin, his vacuous, pompous, and insecure superior.\r\n\r\nIt also alienated many of the police officers\r\nwho were involved in the investigations and got in the way of his social life, much to the consternation of his girlfriend, Lee.\r\n\r\nNone of this seemed to bother Quincy, however, as he and his young assistant Sam plugged away\r\nat solving the cases. Quincy lived on a boat and spent much of his free time at Danny's Place, the bar adjacent to the marina where the boat was docked.","leadImageMedUrl":"https:\/\/distro-1.retrojunk.com\/secure\/a5a869dc4a7f4104b96076b46d32702e327d90a86ba363b27fc79d96ab51873de27e2f\/image\/311_88052b22c8.jpg"}