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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 saves a woman from choking and then fears for his life when he takes her continual gratitude for stalking.
Becker is grumpier than usual after he decides to quit smoking, but he gets a lift from Reggie's friend, an ex-smoker who tells him the only substitute that worked for her was sex.
Reggie tells Becker he doesn't know anything about women, but unbeknownst to her, Becker is giving dating tips to her new beau. Meanwhile, Linda becomes a big sister to an obnoxious teen.
Linda quits her job after she makes a mistake on a patient's prescription, and Becker hires what seems like an ideal replacement. Meanwhile, Reggie, Jake and Bob wonder why a nicely dressed man keeps pacing back and forth outside the diner.
Reggie goes out with an old flame who is building a hospital in the area. Meanwhile, John fumes over his former research partner's patent for anti-wrinkle cream.
John accidentally receives two plane tickets to Chicago when he agrees to speak at a conference, so he takes Reggie with him. Meanwhile, Bob takes over as cook at the diner in Reggie's absence.
John isn't too pleased when a friend of a friend looks him up, but he changes his tune when he sees her and he realizes that she accepts him just as he is.
John gets a taste of his own medicine when he is accidentally shot and has to put up with obnoxious doctors and nurses at a hospital.
Becker is released from the hospital and is surprised---and pleased---when his attractive doctor makes a house call that is strictly personal. Meanwhile, Margaret tries to find a suitable physician to temporarily replace Becker.
John thinks Liz is lying when she claims she doesn't have any aspirin, even though he knows she has some---because he went through her purse.
Jake's old friend, who was responsible for the car accident in which Jake lost his sight, pays him a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Margaret tries to get out of an annual road trip with some nursing school friends.
Becker is his usual bitter self as Christmas rolls around, until a department-store Santa drops dead in his waiting room.
John's waiting room turns into a maze of boxes when Linda orders too many supplies; Reggie becomes attracted to a much younger student and Margaret learns that a former patient died and has included her in her will.
A rumor starts that John is dying when he suddenly begins eating healthy food and tries to control his temper.
A judge sentences John to attend an anger-management class after he insults two police officers. Meanwhile, Linda invites Bob to move in with her---much to everyone else's dismay.
John buys a motorcycle in a vain attempt to recapture his youth, after some people make comments suggesting that he's getting old.
Liz wants to throw a party and John reluctantly agrees to host it, but they have trouble finding anyone who wants to attend a party at John's place. Meanwhile, Reggie fears that her new boyfriend from college is too young for her.
John is determined to have the phone company remove a long-distance charge on his bill that he claims shouldn't be there; Reggie is upset when she isn't invited to a friend's wedding; Bob listens to motivational tapes in order to land a job.
John agrees to take on a vacationing doctor's patients and one of them dies. Meanwhile, Linda tries to comfort a friend who won't leave the office, and Reggie and Jake trade barbs during a slow time in the diner.
John fumes when he can't get out of jury duty and then can't get picked to actually serve on a jury; Jake gets a dog.
Jake asks out a friendly young woman, only to break up with her after he learns that she's also blind; Margaret tries to discover why a grouchy patient likes everyone but her.
John gets into an argument with a priest over whose hands a patient is really in---God's or the doctor's; Reggie, Jake and Bob take a gamble on the stock market.
Liz is offered a job in Chicago, which prompts John to tell her how he feels about her. He quickly regrets doing it, fearing he'll lose his freedom.
Reggie's celebration after earning an A in her psychology class turns to panic when she considers her uncertain future; and John entertains one of his neighbors, who turns out to be a hooker.
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