Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Debut: January 01, 1993
Ended: May 16, 1998
Debut: January 01, 1993
Ended: May 16, 1998

Set in the late 1800s this show takes place when a woman from the east coast, where people are much more high matenice goes to the western frontier and learns about life. She is a female docter causing much controversie, her 1st client ends up dieing , leaving docter Quinn with three kids to raise.

Byron Sully: "Someone's wife is pretty mad."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "My goodness, she's angry. I feel sorry for the poor fellow. Whose teepee is it?"
Cloud Dancing: "Mine."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "How long before we go?"
Byron Sully: "You're not going. The women stay in camp."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Not this woman."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Why can't you accept me for what I am?"
Elizabeth Quinn: "And what are you? You're an unmarried woman, trying to raise three children, in a shack, in the middle of nowhere... and offering your medical services to a bunch of back-woodsman, who pay you in potatoes and in chickens."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Sometimes I think you must really hate me, mother."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "People who are popular when they're young... they often grow up to have very dull lives. And people who are different... they go on to be successful and make wonderful contributions."
Colleen Cooper: "Like who?"
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Well, like uh... like Abraham Lincoln!"
Colleen Cooper: "Yeah, but they shot him!"
Hank Lawson: "I ain't stupid."
Olive Bray: "Well, that's a matter of opinion."
Byron Sully: "Why don't ya quit tryin' so hard?"
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Old habits."
Byron Sully: "Give 'em up."
Brian Cooper: "So why don't ya marry our Ma and be our Pa?"
Colleen Cooper: "Brian!"
Byron Sully: "Brian, it's not something you just do. It takes time."
Brian Cooper: "She's 35. She doesn't have alot of time left!"
Hank Lawson: "What was I thinking? I had to be crazy! Any man puts up with your harpin's gotta be looney!"
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Any man who doesn't care about his friends isn't much of a man."
Hank Lawson: "Don't worry Michaela, you're man enough for both of us."
Dr. Michaela 'Mike' Quinn: "Well, I never!"
Hank Lawson: "Yeah, well maybe that's the problem."
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