Quincy, M.E. (also called Quincy) is an American television series from Universal Studios that aired from October 3, 1976, to September 5, 1983, on NBC. It stars Jack Klugman in the title role, a Los Angeles County medical examiner.
The series starred Jack Klugman as Dr. Quincy, a strong-willed, very principled Medical Examiner (forensic pathologist) for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, working to ascertain facts about and reasons for possible suspicious deaths. His colleagues, friends and wife all address him by his surname or the shortened "Quince". (The character's first name was never fully given, although in the third-season episode "Accomplice to Murder" his name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door.)
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Accordion to Wiki:
"The character's first name was never fully given, although in the third-season episode "Accomplice to Murder" his name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door."
Only the first initial 'R' was revealed.
Dale of Diamond Springs, Mysterious Noircali said:
The ever baffling R. If you were in his clique you could refer to him as Quince. No babes for you today!
DJ Useo responded:
It's Magoo, lol. Only joking. His first name was Roger, but I don't think it was ever mentioned on the tv version.
I always liked that show. Haven't seen it in years.
BttbBob , replied:
Hmmmm... Let me think, here... Hows 'bout - Magoo!
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Dr R. Quincy is the best I can do ~ His name is shown on a business card as "R. Quincy" and in early episodes the name "Dr R. Quincy" appears on his door. Quincy lives on a sailboat in a permanent boat slip in Marina Del Rey.
Quincy had a first name?
I watched reruns in the mid-to-late 80s and never heard anything but "Qincey!" So maybe his first name is James.
I have no idea, really.
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Guitarist Pete Townshend said the band is rescheduling the tour for next spring.
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Photo by Mario Anzuoni
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Chester County Hospital in West Chester had sought to exploit a provision in state law allowing confiscated liquor to be turned over to hospitals. It wanted to sell off the 1,352 bottles at a charity event.
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Other months this year that have broken records were February, March, May, June, and July, said the NOAA report.
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Williams and Knight have pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors are scheduled to present evidence Thursday that could lead to a judge ordering the men to stand trial.
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By 2008, 1,651 people died, accounting for about 15 percent of the participants.
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Photo by Richard Vogel
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After a year of painstaking work, scientists using small chisels and hand tools have removed encrusted sand, sediment and rust from the outside of the hand-cranked Confederate submarine H.L. Hunley.
Now, the outside appears much as it did when the Hunley and its eight-man crew rammed a spar with a powder charge into the USS Housatonic and sank the Union blockade ship off South Carolina in 1864.
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Photo by Robert Franklin
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