Watch what happens when an arrogant doctor, played by Michael J. Fox, on his way to the cushy life of a plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, gets sidetracked when he becomes stuck in the small (fictional) town of Grady, South Carolina. There, he meets the quirky locals as he is forced to do community service at the local hospital after he accidentally mowed down the local judge's fence with his car (no, no conflict of interest whatsoever in this case...someone have an ethics book I can check to be sure?) These include the jovial mayor, played by David Ogden Stiers, the stern judge, played by Roberts Blossom, and the local resident doctor, a veteran of the medical field played by Barnard Hughes. As our doctor becomes more and more eager to leave, his mind may or may not be changed by the sight of the local ambulance driver, a pretty tom-boy played by Julie Warner. This was a funny film that thankfully never tried too hard. It just told the story and let the jokes fall where they may. I personally liked the older doctor very much...he was unconventional but knowledgeable, both about medicine and the town. Believe it or not, I'd want a guy like him as my physician. But Fox and Hughes worked well together and never tried too hard...their on-screen antagonism showed as a result. I will just go ahead and recommend this film as it's nice for any Friday night where you just wanna stay home and kick back in front of your own big screen. It's a Michael J. Fox classic. Enjoy.