After Norman Lloyd died, I decided to start re-watching St. Elsewhere from start to finish. I usually don't binge watch shows, or if I do, I might look at a group of episodes, or a particular season, but never a whole series at once since it's time consuming.
But this show is so well written and played it's easy to watch.
I am now in season 6, the final season, and I am down to the last seven episodes. I think the show lost something when Ed Flanders departed at the beginning of season 6. And they remodeled the entire set, since the hospital had been taken over by a large conglomerat