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Westphall crossovers

These crossovers are part of the Tommy Westphall Universe. Tommy Westphall was a child on St. Elsewhere who had autism. In the series finale, it was implied that the entire series took place in his imagination.

Westphall does not include film crossovers, but I included them for completeness in some cases.

So far I connected Thomas Holbrook's groups 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 29 to 34, and 38.

Click the image for a better view. The series are placed closest to their strongest link and as close to chronological as possible.

Arriving in St. Elsewhere and Westphall

Several series crossed into St. Elsewhere episodes while it was running. Those series were M*A*S*H, The White Shadow, The Bob Newhart Show, and Cheers.

Dr. B. J. Hunnicut from M*A*S*H was mentioned by Dr. Mark Craig in Santa Claus Is Dead.

Warren Coolidge from The White Shadow appeared in over twenty episodes of St. Elsewhere.

Elliot Carlin from The Bob Newhart Show appeared in Close Encounters.

Carla Tortelli, Norm Peterson, and Cliff Clavin from Cheers appeared in Cheers.

You can read more about these crossovers and their crossovers in Coming in to Westphall.

Departing from St. Elsewhere and Westphall

Several characters from St. Elsewhere went to other series while it was running. There series were Tattingers, Chicago Hope, Homicide: Life on the Street, Oz, and Method & Red.

Dr. Elliot Axelrod from is a cousin of Kenny Axelrod from Tattingers.

Warren Coolidge appeared in Method & Red Da Shootout.

Dr. Mark Craig received the Cushing Left Anterior Descending Artery Award as did Dr. Kathryn Austin from Chicago Hope on Women on the Verge.

Dr. Roxanne Turner appeared in Homicide: Life on the Street Mercy.

St. Elsewhere has two connections to Oz, the fictional Weigert Medical Corporation and the character R.N. Carol Grace.

You can read more about these crossovers and their crossovers in Going out from Westphall.



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