This crossword clue is for the definition: Patient's need, briefly.
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Possible Answers: TLC.
Last seen on: Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – May 14 2022
Random information on the term “TLC”:
TLC is a darkly surreal farce-like sitcom set in a fictional NHS hospital called South Middlesex. Written by Fintan Coyle, co-creator of hit game show Weakest Link, it was first broadcast on the BBC on 11 November 2002 and ran over six episodes until 16 December. There were some very mixed opinions on the show among both critics and viewers, but it achieved decent ratings and featured an excellent comedy cast including Richard Griffiths, Alexander Armstrong and The League of Gentlemen’s Reece Shearsmith. The series was released on DVD in the UK on 29 October 2007.
The show never confirms what “TLC” stands for, although it is presumed to be a sarcastic reference to the widely used abbreviation for “Tender Loving Care”, but could equally refer to the alternative yet related abbreviation “Total Lack of Concern”.
Dr Laurence Flynn (Played by Reece Shearsmith): A very unfortunate young Surgical House Officer who’s only just started his job at the hospital. He’s still haunted by the fact that he failed his final medical exams first time round (something his co-workers will never let him forget) and is determined to redeem himself. He is neurotic, clumsy, lacking in self-confidence and generally just not cut out for his job, and, unfortunately for him, is not at all popular among the other staff at the hospital despite his best efforts to befriend them. As a result, the staff play a lot of very cruel and often sadistic practical jokes on him, (such as fooling him into trying to revive a dead patient, getting him sectioned under the mental health act, and giving him jabs for no reason at all) and poor Dr Flynn ends up teetering on the edge of sanity for most of the series. He often suffers from lack of sleep and ends up seeing and doing some very strange things as a result. He is madly in love with nurse Judy.