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  • Becker is an American television sitcom that ran from 1998 to 2004 on CBS. Set in the New York City borough of The Bronx, the show starred Ted Danson as the title character, John Becker, a misanthropic doctor who operates a small practice and is constantly annoyed by his patients, co-workers,
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  • The following is a list of all 129 episodes for the television show Becker.
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Becker: Three Season Pack
Becker: Three Season Pack
Becker centers on the life of Dr. John Becker, a cantankerous, yet dedicated and talented physician, who, in spite of his constant rants, has a decent heart underneath the sarcasm. Becker will continue to unleash his views at the local diner, even in Reggie’s continuing absense. Jake (Alex Desert), the blind proprietor of the local newsstand continues to turn a deaf ear to John. Bob, Becker’s brash, obnoxious apartment super (Saverio Guerra), persists in annoying virtually everyone. At the office, Becker’s head nurse Margaret (Hattie Winston) continues to make order out of chaos, keeping John and his space-cadet nurses-aid Linda (Shawnee Smith) in line. New to the neighborhood is Chris Konnors (Nancy Travis), Becker’s new neighbor, with whom he must contend on a daily basis. Although her positive attitude is a major annoyance to Becker, he slowly begins to have feelings for her. John Becker is a cynical Harvard Medical School graduate who is somewhat of a loner and has trouble letting people get close to him. He looks at the world around him and feels society has gone mad - full of inconsistencies and just plain backward thinking. Although he is a diagnostician by trade, Becker feels he can dispense diagnoses even when no one asks. He has no qualms about saying what comes to mind, never sugarcoats his opinions and often seems to offend somebody nearby. However, his friends and colleagues recognize the heart beneath the hate and so accept his gruff demeanor for what it is

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Beckers Hardware
Beckers Hardware
Beckers Hardware building, a long time Wheeling business that is no longer open. It was the last of its kind. The building is vacant. All that is left to remind is of its existence in the sign.
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Becker: The Second Season

Genre: Television: Series
Rating: NR
Release Date: 3-FEB-2009
Media Type: DVD

Having conducted our seasonal check-up, the prognosis is positive for Becker, which, following a healthy first season, showed a steady improvement with sharper writing, funnier jokes, and a more at ease ensemble. Dr. John Becker (Ted Danson in his Golden Globe-nominated role), who operates out of a Bronx neighborhood clinic, is pretty strong medicine, and this season, the writers upped his dosage with more potent misanthropic rants against "a world that sucks." Prone to losing his temper and alienating everyone, Becker is "not good on the phone, not good in person, you’re just not good," his much more likeable chief of staff Margaret (Hattie Wilson) tells him. Whether fighting the phone company over a call he insists he didn’t make or, dismissed for jury duty, railing against a justice system that doesn’t "value my intelligence and want my talents," Becker sees conspiracies and stupidity everywhere. He is invariably his own worst enemy, as in the season opener in which he saves a grateful woman’s life and repays her acts of gratitude toward him by accusing her of being a stalker (spoiler alert: she’s really a nun). Becker is an equal opportunity offender with an unkind word for all, including blind newspaper vendor Jake (Alex Desert), and "Reggie" (Terry Farrell), owner of the struggling diner where Becker holds court and slings insults. But we do get to see his more vulnerable side after he is accidentally shot during a street altercation. He even gets a girlfriend this season, the doctor (Frances Fisher) who treats him (surprise; he’s even a bigger pain in the posterior as a patient). But no amount of pathos can redeem two of the most annoying and obnoxious characters in prime time, flaky and "hardcore unemployable" nurse’s assistant, Linda (Shawnee Smith) and loser Bob (Saverio Guerra). Becker does have a heart, but it also has a brain. One of the best episodes this season is "Crosstalk," in which atheist Becker and a priest (Frasier’s John Mahoney) anxiously await the results of a patient’s operation and debate the nature of faith. Becker wasn’t exactly a water-cooler show, but it’s solid, dependable, and worth checking out if you missed it the first time around. --Donald Liebenson