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Based on the award-winning Web series, "Childrens Hospital" focuses on a group of doctors, nurses and other staffers at, of course, a hospital for children. These doctors are a dedicated bunch -- dedicated to their social lives, raucous senses of humor and healthy libidos, that is. Their focus changes only when, every once in a while, they are forced to treat a child. This addition to the network's Adult Swim programming is definitely not for the youngsters.

Latest episodes

aired 31 days ago
When Glenn and Owen have bizarre hallucinations, and Lola fears she is being pursued, the doctors believe a gas leak is responsible.
aired 32 days ago
Owen discovers that the fluid in Chief's hump tastes like Coca-Cola; Blake suspects that Glenn is fighting an addiction.
aired 33 days ago
The hospital celebrates "Bring Your Grandparents to Work Day"; the doctors struggle with their relatives.
aired 34 days ago
Just Falcon, who plays Dr. Glenn Richie, invites the cast to his photography exhibition, where their secrets are revealed.
aired 35 days ago
Chief hides a race horse at the hospital; Lola's college barbershop quartet tries to convince her to rejoin; Glenn glues Blake's hands in his gloves.
aired 38 days ago
When the hospital runs out of tongue depressors, Owen finds himself tangled in a hospital-wide conspiracy.
aired 39 days ago
Dr. Cat Black has a crisis of faith, spurring the spiritual leaders to compete for her conversion; Glenn wants more respect.
aired 40 days ago
Blake, Lola and Glenn are excited to attend the Doctor of the Year Convention in Las Vegas; Owen visits his mother.
aired 41 days ago
A variety show from the 1950s, "The Show You Watch," is revered for its weekly visit to Childrens Hospital.
aired 42 days ago
Nurse Beth's origins in the Childrens Hospital basement, where she must navigate the social hierarchy of the nurses.
aired 45 days ago
When Sy gets tenure, he wants to use his influence to build a consumer jetpack; Chief is stranded on a dance pedestal; Owen learns how hard it is to be hospital DJ.
aired 46 days ago
When a rare disease appears, the team must journey into the original Childrens Hospital to find the cure; the doctors try to save the hospital's millionth patient.
aired 47 days ago
After being fired, the doctors find new jobs at a crosstown hospital; Blake turns to a life of crime.
aired 48 days ago
When Blake realizes that the source of his life's pain is the other doctors, he decides to take revenge.
aired 49 days ago
Glenn returns to Sao Paolo, Brazil, for his family's weekly Shabbat dinner.
aired 52 days ago
After a newspaper calls him a "rock star surgeon," Glenn worries that he will die on his upcoming 27th birthday.
aired 53 days ago
Owen and Briggs work together on a murder case that has spanned fifteen years; a look into Owen and Briggs' past.
aired 54 days ago
When Sy's new girlfriend makes significant changes around the hospital, the doctors react with hostility.
aired 55 days ago
In a quest to get pregnant, Val assembles a team to break into Sy's sperm bank vault to steal his prized collection.
aired 56 days ago
Sy runs himself ragged trying to impress an influential blogger before the big hospital fundraiser gala.
aired 59 days ago
The cast appears on a morning show, "Up at 5," in order to promote the upcoming Childrens Hospital movie.

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