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Season 3

48 :03x01 - Dr. Carter, I Presume

Sep/26/1996
Dr. Carter begins his surgical internship, but his first shift as a doctor is not what he expected. When 4th of July casualties inundate the ER, Carter is reassigned back downstairs -- and forced to make life or death decisions on his own. Jeanie and Benton receive the results of their HIV tests. Ross fails to convince Dr. Greene of the joys of being single. Hathaway's financial situation forces her to return to work.
Guest Stars: Rayford Barnes as Jim | Michelle Clunie as Gretchen | Karen Hensel as Keller | Stephen Rappaport as Matthew | Anita Dangler as Lukesi | David Schwimmer as Dr. Karubian | Melissa Chan as Leung | Richard Haje as Taylor | Michael Andrew Kelly as Cop #1 | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Jamaal Carter as Teenager | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Ron Eldard as Ray 'Shep' Shepard | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Matthew Glave as Dr. Dale Edson | Lydia Hazan as Dr. Julie Dixon | Wallace Langham as Dr. Melvoin | Richard Lexsee as Paramedic | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Charles Noland as E-Ray | Ving Rhames as Walt Robbins | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Chet Warner as Truman
Writer: John Wells

49 :03x02 - Let the Games Begin

Oct/03/1996
Jeanie struggles with her decision to keep her HIV-positive status a secret and also starts receiving Al's medical bills. Lewis and Greene bond over their pathetic social lives and recent dating disasters. Hathaway considers selling her money pit of a house, until her mother intervenes. Carter treats his elderly neighbor. When a nearby hospital is shutdown, its staff is merged with County General's; Dr. Donald Anspaugh is brought in as the new Chief of Staff.
Guest Stars: Raye Birk as Mr. Hartley | Tony Carreiro as Unknown | Mike Houlihan as Tow Truck Driver | Eric Christmas as Mr. Heath | Kate Goehring as Julie | Matt Landers as Brett Smith | Adam Sutton as Alex | Marji Martin as PCP Woman | Steve Vinovich as Wayne Lentloff | Nancy Linari as Elizabeth Puro | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Elizabeth Barondes as Heather | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Eileen Brennan as Betty | Matthew Carey as Teenage Boy (as Matthew Thomas Carey) | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Rose Gregorio as Helen Hathaway | Isabella Hofmann as AIDS Clinic Doctor | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | William H. Macy as Dr. David Morgenstern | Mary Anne McGarry as Alice Wakely | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Danny Roque as Manny | Walter Teper as Security Man | Alma Washington as Passenger | Bridget Hoffman as Mrs. Bradley | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry | Yvette Freeman as Haleh | Laura Cerón as Chuny | Deezer D. as Malik | Emily Wagner as Pickman | Charles Noland as E. Ray | Emily Rossman as Lisa
Director: Tom Moore (1)

50 :03x03 - Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Oct/10/1996
With the merging of now-defunct Southside and County General, the ER gains a new intern, Maggie Doyle and must contend with their new Chief of Staff, Anspaugh. The patient load also increases. Weaver learns about Jeanie's HIV status; Benton transfers out of Anspaugh's cardiothoracic elective to work with a pediatric surgeon, Dr. Abby Keaton. Carter's neighbor, ignores Carter's advice and smokes while using her oxygen tank -- consequently blowing up their apartment building.
Guest Stars: Robert Mont as Animal Control Cop | Wiley Pickett as Impaled Man | George Murdock as Unknown | John Diehl as Johnson's Son | Sandra Kinder as Secretary | Caroline Williams (1) as Scrub Nurse | Dennis Fimple as Dante | Eileen Brennan as Betty | Josie Kim as Nurse Hodges | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Elizabeth Barondes as Heather | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Sara Rue as Jane | Lawrence Tierney as Jack Johnson | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry | Yvette Freeman as Haleh | Deezer D. as Malik | Lily Mariye as Lily | Emily Wagner as Pickman | Warner Saunders as TV Reporter
Director: Perry Lang
Writer: Jason Cahill

51 :03x04 - Last Call

Oct/17/1996
Benton is busted by Dr. Keaton for his lack of compassion for the pediatric patients and families. Carter, on the other hand, is praised for understanding the emotional side of medicine. Carter also moves in with Gant since he is temporarily homeless after an apartment fire destroyed his place. When a seizing woman is brought into the ER, Ross recognizes her as his one-night-stand from the night before. However, he can't even remember her name. Greene turns down Lewis's offer to vacation in Hawaii, but agrees to apartment-sit for her while she's away.
Guest Stars: Lisa Darr as Nadine Wilkes | Jane Daly as Beth Armitage | Charmin Lee as Hostess | Jim O'Heir as McKenna | Bruce Beatty as Howard | Mena Suvari as Laura-Lee Armitage | Gerry Del Sol as Security Officer | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Eileen Brennan as Betty | Michael Cannizzo as Cedrone (as Michael Cannizzo) | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Irene Choi as Jung Koo Bek | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Rose Gregorio as Helen Hathaway | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Allison Mackie as Claire Wilkes | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | Charles Noland as E-Ray | John Wareham as Dr. Baker | Brian Wimmer as Mickey | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry | Yvette Freeman as Haleh | Lily Mariye as Lily | Lynn A. Henderson as Olbes | Irene Cho as Jung Koo
Director: Rod Holcomb
Songs: Martina McBride -- Wild Angels

52 :03x05 - Ghosts

Oct/31/1996
The Halloween shift starts off with a bang when an injured Frankenstein arrives with a gunshot wound to the chest. Gant and Carter compare evaluations and Gant discovers that Benton is being tougher on him so that no one thinks his race gains him preferential treatment. Jeanie clashes with the new intern, Doyle over a DNR patient. Hathaway and Ross take the maiden shift in Anspaugh's "baby" - the mobile health van. Lewis returns from vacation -- but doesn't admit to Greene that she didn't go to Hawaii due to her fear of flying.
Guest Stars: Gina Gallego as Instructor | Wilson Raiser as Frankenstein | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Roz Witt as Saleswoman | Ernest Perry, Jr. as Gus | Patti Tippo as Debby | Lauren Robinson as Tina | Kayla Henry as Butterfly | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Clement E. Blake as Homeless Man (as Clement E. Blake) | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Chris Edwards (1) as William Litman | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Gary Leroi Gray as Mummy Boy (as G. LeRoi Gray) | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Courtney Miller as Baseball Girl | Richardson Morse as Tin Man | Arthur Perry as Doctor Boy | Johnny Sanchez as Young Man | William Schallert as Mitchell Jennings | Pat Tanzillo as Body | Joseph Tello as Skeleton | Wayne Terry as Patient | Oren Williams as Pirate Boy | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry | Yvette Freeman as Haleh | Laura Cerón as Chuny | Deezer D. as Malik | Lily Mariye as Lily | Emily Wagner as Pickman | Lynn A. Henderson as Olbes | Aishah Jennett as Witch Girl | Kylie Erica Mar as Princess
Director: Richard Thorpe
Writer: Neal Baer

53 :03x06 - Fear of Flying

Nov/07/1996
In response to a remote, near-fatal car accident, doctors Greene and Lewis ride in a rescue helicopter to help the victims. Lewis momentarily gets over her fear of flying and arrives on scene to help a family of four involved in the crash. When the parents, their seven-year-old son and infant daughter are airlifted back to the ER, it's up to Benton and the others to save them.
Guest Stars: Geoff Meed as Bart | Meg Thalken as McManus | James Krag as Dumary | Jenny O'Hara as Nurse Rhonda Sterling | Carole Goldman as Doc | Jonathon Patterson as Zach #2 | Joshua Patterson as Zach #1 | Anna Berger as Mr. Brazil's Caregiver | Perry Anzilotti as Perry, Anesthesiologist | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Dwier Brown as Dr. David Herlihy | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Chris Edwards (1) as William Litman | James 'Ike' Eichling as Hurst | Larry Eisenberg as Hubert Skinner, California Cryonics | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Cecil Hoffman as Gail Herlihy (as Cecil Hoffmann) | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry

54 :03x07 - No Brain, No Gain

Nov/14/1996
While obsessing over a critically ill baby in his care, Dr. Benton uses heroic measures to sustain the life of a gang banger already declared brain dead by Dr. Ross. Ross is again second-guessed when Dr. Greene steps in to diffuse Ross's argument with the father of a 6-year-old boy with an infected wound. Dr. Carter's suspicion that a surgical patient has psychological problems leads to a confrontation with Dr. Dale Edson. Nurse Hathaway continues to clash with an inexperienced nurse, who makes another serious mistake. Dr. Greene treats a slightly injured social anthropologist who gives him new insight into human courtship behavior.
Guest Stars: Joan McMurtrey as Birdwatcher | William Sanderson as Mr. Percy | Don Perry as Dr. Stan Breedlove | Kathleen Freeman as Rhonda's Patient | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Tom Towles as Teenage Boy's Father | Jenny O'Hara as Nurse Rhonda Sterling | Sab Shimono as Dr. Okida | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Te-See Bender as Mrs. Urbanski | Dwier Brown as Dr. David Herlihy | Suzanne Carney as OR Nurse Janet | Robert Clendenin as Anesthesiologist | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Wanda-Lee Evans as Mrs. Dorsett | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Matthew Glave as Dr. Dale Edson | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Cecil Hoffman as Gail Herlihy (as Cecil Hoffmann) | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | William H. Macy as Dr. David Morgenstern | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | David McSwain as Mr. Urbanski | Charles Noland as E-Ray | Logan Pulizzi as Ronnie | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry
Director: David Nutter
Writer: Paul Manning

55 :03x08 - Union Station

Nov/21/1996
Dr. Lewis and Dr. Greene are faced with a personal decision that will affect both their futures. Dr. Keaton tries to teach Dr. Benton a new approach to surgery. Nurse Hathaway fights with the nursing administrator over her staff being pulled out to float in other departments. Jeanie is surprised at Al's sudden maturity. When a drunk woman comes into the ER in labor, Dr. Doyle reports her to the police. On Healthmobile duty, Dr. Ross bends the rules to help a teenage girl, Charlie, who brings in a friend's baby for vaccinations. Nurse Wright and Officer Grabarsky's wedding plans take an unexpected turn.
Guest Stars: Joe Unger as Joe | Skip Stellrecht as Chaplain | Buck Kartalian as Lloyd Frick | Fran Bennett as Phyllis? | Kaleb Dixon as Hockey Player | Amy Benedict as Mom | David Kirkwood as Mr. Reynolds | Jonathon Patterson as Zach Herlihy | Marnie Andrews as Sister | John Bakos as Conductor | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Dwier Brown as Dr. David Herlihy | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Mike Genovese as Officer Al Grabarsky | Valeria Ghiran as Romanian Mom | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Cecil Hoffman as Gail Herlihy (as Cecil Hoffmann) | Harris Laskaway as Siebert | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Georgienne Millen as Reeva | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Sam Sanders as Porter #1 | Diana Theodore as Teenage Girl |
Uncredited: Kevin Scott Greer as Pedestrian on L with Dr. Green | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry
Director: Tom Moore (1)
Writer: Carol Flint

56 :03x09 - Ask Me No Questions, I'll Tell You No Lies

Dec/12/1996
With the ER understaffed since Lewis's departure, Greene steps up to take a more active and strict interest in running things. After treating Al Boulet, Greene becomes suspicious of Jeanie and investigates her health status. Carter and Keaton continue their intimate relationship. Hathaway continues her pre-med studies but oversteps her boundaries with Weaver.
Guest Stars: John Bellucci as Father | Martin Grey as Wilburne | Steven Scott as Sword Boy #2 | Vera Lockwood as Mrs. McCourt | Stan Sellers as James | Claudette Roche as Mrs. Murison | Chris Edwards (1) as William Litman | Kevin Carroll as Clerk | Mike Kennedy (1) as Dean | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Corbin Bleu as Little Boy | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Anne-Marie Johnson as Sickle-Cell Patient | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | William H. Macy as Dr. David Morgenstern | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Charles Noland as E-Ray | Thomas Scott as Swordboy #1
Director: Paris Barclay
Writer: Barbara Hall

57 :03x10 - Homeless for the Holidays

Dec/19/1996
While Dr. Greene and Dr. Weaver work out their differences regarding a policy for HIV-positive workers, Jeanie decides to put a stop to the rumors that a staff member has AIDS. Dr. Carter asks Dr. Gant to spend the holidays with his family, then backs out to accept an invitation from Dr. Keaton. Charlie, brings a seriously ill baby in to see Dr. Ross. Dr. Doyle treats a battered woman and helps her escape from an abusive husband. A severely burned homeless man makes Greene promise to look after his dog, Nick. Dr. Benton has a disappointing conversation with Keaton. Ross drops in on Nurse Hathaway's traditional Ukrainian Christmas to ask a favor.
Guest Stars: Ellen Wheeler as Unknown | Eamonn Roche as Mr. Lang | Charles Dierkop as Collins | Gloria LeRoy as Beth Lang | Kenneth Danziger as Unknown | J.P. Stevenson as Unknown | Tia Texada as Gloria | Shelly Desai as Cabbie | Karen June Sanchez as Mrs. Romero | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Rose Gregorio as Helen Hathaway | Christine Harnos as Jennifer Simon | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Bruce Nozick as Craig Simon

58 :03x11 - Night Shift

Jan/16/1997
Dr. Weaver talks Jeanie into assisting in a study on the effect of exercise on night-shift workers. Dr. Greene, battling with the hospital attorney who refuses to let him treat an incoherent patient, finds an unexpected friend in Nurse Marquez. Nurse Hathaway's solution to the hospital's budget crises upsets the nursing staff. When Charlie, reappears and asks Dr. Ross for another favor, his refusal to help unwittingly puts her in a dangerous situation. Dr. Carter avoids listening to Dr. Gant's personal problems, and sneaks off to a rendezvous with Dr. Keaton. Frustrated in his attempt to secure another pediatric surgery rotation, Dr. Benton takes out his anger on Dr. Gant in front of the hospital staff. Later, Benton, Carter and Doyle frantically work to save a man who threw himself in front of the train -- and soon realize it's Dr. Gant.
Guest Stars: Bruce Wright as Unknown | James McDonnell as Unknown | David McKnight as Janitor | Ann Hearn as Shelly | Charles Dugan as Mr. Risse | Dino Anello as Orderly | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Jim Brooks as Mike (as J.R. Brooks) | Bill Calvert as (as William Calvert) | Suzanne Carney as OR Nurse Janet | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Omar Epps as Dr. Dennis Gant | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Glenne Headly as Dr. Abby Keaton | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | John Rubinstein as Dr. Kenner, Pediatric Surgeon
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: Paul Manning

59 :03x12 - Post Mortem

Jan/23/1997
Guilty over Gant's death, Carter blames himself for not being a better friend. Benton remains unwilling to talk about the matter, further irritating Carter.Charlie asks Ross to be her guardian -- but Ross refuses. Meanwhile, the nurses stage a sick out to protest cuts in overtime pay, leaving Hathaway to pick up the slack. The result is the death of a homeless man that Hathaway administered the wrong blood to.
Guest Stars: Fredric Lehne as Unknown | Paul Collins as Unknown | Benjamin Brown as Lab Tech | Iqbal Theba as Dr. Zogoiby | Brandis Kemp as Temp Nurse | Jodi Taffel as Surgical Nurse | Clare Wren as Mrs. Chimenga | Melissa Chan as Dr. Leung Joo Hua | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Jack Blessing as Roger Drummond, Labor Relations | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz | Erica Gimpel as Adele Newman | Matthew Glave as Dr. Dale Edson | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Charles Noland as E-Ray | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Tyrone Tann as Best Man
Director: Jacque Toberen
Writer: Carol Flint

60 :03x13 - Fortune's Fools

Jan/30/1997
Carter confronts Benton about his inability to deal with Gant's death. Benton must also deal with the fact that his former girlfriend, Carla, is pregnant as a result of their recent night together. Greene and Marquez break off their romance; Greene is encouraged by Anspaugh to pursue a teaching position. Labor relations uses Hathaway's screw up to thwart negotiations with the other nurses, until Hathaway takes total responsibility for the incident and gets suspended. Ross treats a boy who is convinced he is Superman.
Guest Stars: Alex Rodine as Sasha | Victor Raider-Wexler as Vascular Doctor | Diane Delano as Delores | Seth Adkins as Benny Miles | Marnie McPhail as Unknown | Lisa Lord as Leslie Wu | Kevin Tighe as Sgt. Mattimore | Kelly Perine as Matt Collins | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Caitlin Dulany as Heather Morgan | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Jim Hatch as Mr. Cliffe | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | William H. Macy as Dr. David Morgenstern | Tony Maggio as Tom Clayton, Chicago Sun-Times Reporter | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Jennifer McComb as Cindy Patterson | Carmen Mormino as Bartender | Anjul Nigam as Alex Ghandar | Charles Noland as E-Ray | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Ann Ryerson as Oncology Doctor | Tom Silardi as Officer Pino | Jimmy Staszkiel as Curtis | Ray Toler as Gibbs | Billie Worley as Mike Patterson
Writer: Jason Cahill

61 :03x14 - Who's Appy Now?

Feb/06/1997
Newly single Dr. Greene cancels a date so he can instead juggle two other women on the same night. However, all three discover the truth and one, Dr. Pomerantz is particularly peeved. Doyle and Carter learn to cooperate when Doyle takes Carter to a rifle range and teaches him to shoot. Carter performs an appendectomy on Benton and Nurse Haleh Adams takes over for suspended Hathaway.
Special Guest Stars: Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks |
Guest Stars: Chad Lindberg as Jad Houston | Clea DuVall as Katie Reed | Cynthia Lamontagne as Paula McKenzie | Veronica Cartwright as Mrs. Houston | Tim Bagley as Archie Papion | Perry Anzilotti as Anesthesiologist | Daniel T. Parker (1) as Kevin | Henry DiGiovanni as Delivery Man | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Caitlin Dulany as Heather Morgan | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | Daniel Parker as Kevin | Craig Thomas (4) as Roger | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry
Writer: Neal Baer

62 :03x15 - The Long Way Around

Feb/13/1997
Nurse Hathaway is among those shopping at a family-owned convenience store when a robbery attempt goes awry. The store owner injures one of the robbers, James, and is badly wounded himself when the second robber, Duncan, panics and takes everyone hostage. While police cars gather outside the store, Hathaway must use her medical skills and the crude implements available in the store to keep the wounded alive and to maintain calm among the hostages and the gunmen. She finds unlikely support from her 10-year-old neighbor, Robert. Meanwhile, Dr. Ross and the hospital staff anxiously await word as the crisis unfolds.
Special Guest Stars: Ewan McGregor as Duncan Stewart |
Guest Stars: Mark Morettini as Lockhart | Robert Mohler as Kroopf | Richard Cotovsky as Homeless Man | Mason Gamble as Robert Potter | Marisol Nichols as Angie | Cedric Young as Leon | Nathan Davis (1) as Mr. Novotny | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Currie Graham as James | Ruth Maleczech as Marita Novotny | G. Riley Mills as Joseph | Jan Rubeš as Mr. Duzak | Yvette Freeman as Nurse Haleh Adams | Deezer D. as Nurse Malik McGrath | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry | Lily Mariye as Nurse Lily Jarvik

63 :03x16 - Faith

Feb/20/1997
Dr. Benton's attempt to placate Carla is met with contempt, and he returns to the hospital for the first time since his appendectomy. Dr. Carter is working extra-long hours to cover shifts left vacant by Dr. Gant's death, but he manages to catch another doctor's critical error. When Dr. Greene learns that a 37-year-old Down's Syndrome patient with an enlarged heart has been denied a heart transplant, he takes the matter up with Dr. Pomerantz. Complying with the demands of an 18-year-old cystic fibrosis patient, Dr. Ross must remove the respirator which keeps the boy alive. Following her suspension, Nurse Hathaway is reinstated at the hospital and decides to take the medical admissions test. Jeanie and Dr. Fischer continue their tentative relationship with a second date.
Special Guest Stars: Louise Latham as Mrs. Cupertino | Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz | Rose Gregorio as Helen Hathaway | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks |
Guest Stars: Chad Lindberg as Jad Houston | Clea DuVall as Katie Reed | Marianne Muellerleile as Mrs. Jonowski | Cynthia Avila as Psych Clerk | Charlie Dell as Unknown | Merri Biechler as Yolanda | Dawn McMillan as Samantha Ewing | Louise C. Brown as Louise Cupertino | Sam Anderson as Dr. Jack Kayson | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Suzanne Carney as OR Nurse Janet | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Veronica Cartwright as Mrs. Houston | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Matthew Glave as Dr. Dale Edson | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | Deborah May as Mary Cain | Blair Williamson as Jimmy Doyle | Abraham Benrubi as Jerry
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: John Wells

64 :03x17 - Tribes

Apr/10/1997
When two teenagers -- one white and one black -- are brought in with gunshot wounds, Dr. Greene must deal with his own racial attitudes, angry family members and a retaliation shooting. Dr. Carter struggles to diagnose a patient previously written off as a crack addict. Nurse Hathaway treats a young victim of date rape. Dr. Benton is forced to get involved when Carla comes into the ER with minor injuries from a car accident, and Jeanie discovers other complications. Dr. Weaver tries to convince an injured paraplegic man to enter a detox program. Dr. Hicks makes an unexpected offer to Benton.
Special Guest Stars: CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Christine Harnos as Jennifer Greene | Joe Torry as Chris Law |
Guest Stars: David Hayward as Unknown | Jennifer Hale as Gloria | Norris Young as Kenny Law | Marlene Warfield as Babs Shembert | Louisa Abernathy as Mrs. Law | Cory Buck as Tommy | Richard Fancy as Mr. Thomas | Steve Vinovich as Wayne Lentloff | Mark Sivertsen as Unknown | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | John Bolger as Litle League Baseball Trainer | Theodore Borders as Keyshawn | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Dennis Cockrum as Mr. Brown, Handicapped Jaywalker | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Alan Johnson (1) as Groom | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Virginia Morris as Dr. Angela Hicks | Bonnie Root as Lori | Yvonne Zima as Rachel Greene | Yvette Freeman as Nurse Haleh Adams | Lily Mariye as Nurse Lily Jarvik
Director: Richard Thorpe

65 :03x18 - You Bet Your Life

Apr/17/1997
Greene struggles to juggle the demands of the ER and his increasingly problematic daughter, Rachel. Nonetheless, he agrees to write an article for a medical journal in order to better his chances for a teaching position at the hospital. When Anspaugh refuses to perform a complicated surgery on a "lost cause," Carter goes behind his back and gets Hicks to do it. While the patient survives, Carter is placed on probation. Benton tells Carla he wants to accept financial responsibility for her and his baby. Hathaway awaits the results of the MCAT.
Guest Stars: Luck Hari as OB Nurse | Joseph Culp as Roger Alner | Lois Foraker as Ida Blinder | Adrienne Smith as Betsy | Richard Zobel as Mr. Gearhart | Gene Lythgow as Cop | Gia Carides as Suzanne Alner | Marisol Lucia as Mrs. Hilderbrand | Blayne Weaver as Jeffrey | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Ramon Bieri as Mr. Bartok | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Ted Rooney as Neonatologist Dr. Tabash | Yvonne Zima as Rachel Greene
Writer: Paul Manning

66 :03x19 - Calling Dr. Hathaway

Apr/24/1997
Hathaway passes her MCAT with flying colors and Weaver begins treating her like a med student. However, Hathaway decides that she loves nursing too much for a career change. Benton discovers that Carla has diabetes, which gives him concern for his unborn child. Carter fails to report Edson's misdiagnosis, fearing that Anspaugh wouldn't believe him anyway. A genetically engineered mouse escapes the lab and runs loose through the ER.
Guest Stars: Barry Cutler as McCollum | Denise Johnson as Emma Pomerantz | Patricia Place as Mrs. Romero | Julie Hagerty as Brenda Wilkerson | Kevin McDermott as Gunderson | Harry Shearer as John Smythe | Leslie Rivers as Mrs. Meeks | Casey Floresca as Brownie | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz | Matthew Glave as Dr. Dale Edson | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | Vanessa Marquez as Nurse Wendy Goldman | Cynthia Martells as Andrea Thompson | Yvonne Zima as Rachel Greene
Director: Paris Barclay

67 :03x20 - Random Acts

May/01/1997
Benton acts as Carla's birthing coach, but she wants someone less critical and more reliable. Jeanie tries to get her HIV-positive, ex-husband into her current boyfriend's AIDS study. Greene is threatened by the brother of a gunshot victim who was caught in the crossfire of a drug dispute. The victim, a black man, died while the white drug dealer survived. Later, in the hospital bathroom, Dr. Greene is viciously attacked by an unknown assailant.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Beach as Al Boulet | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Joe Torry as Chris Law |
Guest Stars: A.J. Marton as Peter Knight | Julius Harris as Gramps | Stanley Kamel as Dr. "Fin" Leosch | Gabriel Mann as Unknown | Iqbal Theba as Dr. Zogoiby | Scott Haven as P.K. Palmer IV | Suanne Spoke as OB Receptionist | Holly Smith as Mrs. Palmer | Susan Krebs as Unknown | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Pat Cochran (1) as Dr. Kramer | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Harry J. Lennix as Dr. Greg Fischer | Joe Lisi as Mr. Gunther | Spider Madison as Carl Twomey (as Gabriel Mick) | Heather Matarazzo as Alissa Gunther | Mary Beth McDonough as Jean Twomey (as Mary McDonough) | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Sonsee Neu as Bridget (as Sonsee Ahray) | Sam Sarpong as Gangster #1 | Kirsten Holly Smith as Mrs. Palmer | Mason Storm as Skateboarder
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: Carol Flint

68 :03x21 - Make a Wish

May/08/1997
Carla goes into labor eight weeks early, causing a frantic Benton to overstep his bounds. Benton and Carla grow further apart as their baby's life hangs in the balance. Carter contemplates whether or not he's cut out to be a surgeon, while Jeanie rekindles her relationship with Al. Ross helps the nurses surprise Carol with a birthday party. Greene, battered physically and psychologically, returns to work amid heightened security.
Special Guest Stars: Michael Beach as Al Boulet | Jami Gertz as Dr. Nina Pomerantz |
Guest Stars: Larry Brandenburg as Mr. Lensky | Shashawnee Hall as Det. Ford | David Fabrizio as Michael Hanson | Bill Marcus as Mr. Biggers | Elias D. Coe as Russell | Chad Cox as Harry Smith | Bairbre Dowling as Dorgan | Al Vicente as Luis | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Charles Noland as E-Ray | Ted Rooney as Neonatologist Dr. Tabash
Director: Richard Thorpe

69 :03x22 - One More for the Road

May/15/1997
Carter decides he wants to give up his surgical residency to pursue emergency medicine, even if it means working for free. Surgery is performed on Benton's premature baby, but he fears permanent brain damage. Greene destroys the doctors' lounge prompting Ross and others to confront him about his tenous mental state. Charlie, the 14-year-old that Ross met through the Healthmobile, arrives in the ER after a drug overdose. Later, Ross and Hathaway share a kiss.
Guest Stars: Erica Hubbard as Girl on El | Gabriel Damon as Tommy | Ralph Meyering, Jr. as Unknown | Shashawnee Hall as Det. Ford | Mary Cadorette as Carla Kramer | Clarinda Ross as Mrs. Martinez | Cynthia Graham as Unknown | Maria Bello as Dr. Anna Del Amico | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Michael Beach as Al Boulet | John Bradley (1) as Nurse Connie Oligario | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Reese | Kirsten Dunst as Charlene 'Charlie' Chiemingo | Jorja Fox as Dr. Maggie Doyle (as Jorjan Fox) | Erica Gimpel as Adele Newman | J.P. Hubbell as EMT Lars Audia | JoNell Kennedy as Judy Munder (as Jonell Kennedy) | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Bellina Logan as Nurse Kit | Nan Martin as Mrs. Curwane | Vanessa Martinez as Tiffany | Charles Noland as E-Ray | CCH Pounder as Dr. Angela Hicks | Ted Rooney as Neonatologist Dr. Tabash | Michael Vira as Chuck Martinez | Yvonne Zima as Rachel Greene
Writer: John Wells
Warning: ER guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Medical
Status: Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 19, 1994
Ended: April 02, 2009
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