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Season 7

136 :07x01 - Homecoming (aka Indian Summer)

Oct/12/2000
Dr. Carter struggles to overcome his chemical dependency in a detox center while Dr. Greene returns from vacation to find the ER awash in garbage during a custodial strike -- and a riot during a high school football game further clogs the halls with the rival wounded. Meanwhile, Greene finds unexpected complications when he treats the first victim, a likable injured player, and discovers that he must also minister to himself for a rash caused by poison ivy. Abby arrives back from another rotation and tries to help an elderly man whose wife is dead on arrival; later, she's furious when her ex-husband jeopardizes her clerkship when he does not pay her tuition. Dr. Benton grits his teeth when he interviews for an attending -- a lucrative supervisorial position -- with Dr. Romano.
Guest Stars: Barry Gordon as Baxter | Dino Anello as Picketer | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | Purva Bedi as Med Student Priya Shilandra | Gerry Black as Mr. Fletcher | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | James T. Callahan as Mr. Bristol (as James Callahan) | David Coggeshall as Teammate | John Doe as Carter's Doctor | Todd Duffey as Mitch | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Jonathan T. Floyd as Student | Steve Howey as Quarterback Elizey | Jeremy Kent Jackson as Jock | Brent Jennings as Nat | Larissa Larenne as Cheerleader | RonReaco Lee as Davis | Kay Lenz as Karen Palmieri | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Jonathan Mangum as Med Student Ryan Bradford | Sean McGowan as Food Court Guy | Wentworth Miller as Mike Palmieri | Bob Minor as Buck | Paula Newsome as Rehab Receptionist Margaret | J. Anthony Pena as Tackle | Hillary Straney as Flight Attendant | Todd Thawley as Smith | Mark Valley as Richard Lockhart | Dean Wein as Security Sergeant
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: Jack Orman

137 :07x02 - Sand and Water (aka Way Too Soon)

Oct/19/2000
A sympathetic Abby takes pity on a young couple whose premature baby was born far too early -- a cold fact of life which the desperate parents struggle to accept -- while Drs. Greene and Corday re-define their relationship in the wake of domestic hassles. Dr. Benton engages an equally stubborn Dr. Romano in a war of wills over an obnoxious homeless man who once again requires extensive treatment resulting from his chronic disdain for maintaining his dialysis appointments. Dr. Weaver and a caring Dr. Kovac are helpless to assist a severely comatose woman whose longtime life partner is not legally empowered to cease any heroic means of saving her. Elsewhere, Carter ponders the implications of his future return to the hospital and Dr. Malucci stays out of sight from a candy striper who's on a mission to find him.
Guest Stars: Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | Jana Arnold as A.A. Speaker | Gerry Black as Mr. Fletcher | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Diana Castle as Sandy Maggioso | Nancy Linehan Charles as Glenda Walton | Jeanne Chinn as Jennifer | Rosemary Forsyth as Judy | Lara Harris as Regina Morgan | Heinrich James as Mr. Patterson | Jim Jansen as Neonatologist | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Michael Raynor as Joseph Morgan | Kyle Richards as Nurse Dori | Marty Ryan as Brant | Trisha Simmons as Maureen Conway, Financial Services | James C. Victor as Patrick | Gedde Watanabe as Nurse Yosh Takata | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton
Writer: Jack Orman

138 :07x03 - Mars Attacks

Oct/26/2000
Dr. Benton learns the sobering price of a previous challenge to the authority of tyrannical chief Dr. Romano while a recovering Dr. Carter chafes under the restrictions imposed on his role during his first day back in the emergency room after his drug treatment. Likewise, obstetrics nurse Abby is peeved when she is beset by nagging hassles and is asked by Dr. Weaver to fill in as an ER nurse until she can re-enroll in medical school. The collapse of an elevated walkway in a sci-fi convention floods the ER with out-of-this world costumed patients while Dr. Corday must talk Dr. Greene through a complicated procedure via an intercom while she too performs surgery. Ambitious desk clerk Frank -- a former cop -- causes chaos when he keeps running computer security checks on suspicious patients with surprising results. Another patient checks in claiming to suffer from spontaneous combustion.
Guest Stars: Kevin Durand as Mr. Mooney | Christine Cavanaugh as Gloria | Jorge Luis Abreu as Security Guard | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | Rebecca Balding as Ms. Garvey | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Duffy Epstein as Griffin | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Adam G. as Pelvis Man | Steve Hanneman as Patient | Bradley James as SWAT Guy | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Alex D. Linz as Dennis | James Marsh (1) as Mr. Kamtovik | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Aaron Pruner as Alien Boy | Devon Reeves as Moira | Florence Regina as Knee Girl | Kyle Richards as Nurse Dori | Charlie Stewart (1) as Albert | Eric Stonestreet as Willie | Toshi Toda as Japanese Businessman #1 | Craig Tsuyumine as Japanese Businessman #2 | Ludo Vika as Lupe | Christopher Warren (1) as Boyfriend | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton
Director: Paris Barclay

139 :07x04 - Benton Backwards

Nov/02/2000
A frustrated Dr. Benton desperately searches for a new position at any local hospital but soon learns that he has been blackballed by the arrogant Dr. Romano, and he must consider other options out-of-state -- even though he risks losing joint custody of his infant son with the combative mother. Elsewhere, a recovering Dr. Carter is cleared to work on a few trauma patients while Dr. Chen labors to offer a young mother some temporary relief as she tries to secure permission to operate on the woman's terminally ill young son. Abby finds herself attracted to Dr. Kovac but their budding relationship is interrupted by tragedy. In addition, Dr. Malucci casts about in a vain search for an extra skilled hockey player for his team's game that night -- even though Dr. Greene is ready and willing to strap on his skates.
Guest Stars: Cynthia Mann as Margie Stein | Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Simmons | Dion DeRizzo as Perovitz | Keith Diamond as Det. Stetler | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Holly Haber as Miss Pruitt, funeral home cosmetologist | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | John Lordan as Dr. Gottschalk | Derek Mears as Mugger | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Keri Lynn Pratt as Audrey Hoffman, Miss Skokie | Frances Sternhagen as Millicent Carter | Linda Tran as Bua Thanh | Óscar Valdés as Norman | Andrew Van Hise as Kenneth Stein | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton | Alan Young as Archie Mellonston | Andrew McFarlane (1) as Jesse Robbins
Director: Richard Thorpe
Writer: Dee Johnson

140 :07x05 - Flight of Fancy

Nov/09/2000
Dr. Greene risks his life when he accompanies a dangerously weak heart patient in an emergency helicopter that crashes en route to the hospital. While Greene tries to encourage the sick man not to give up hope of a transplant that will enable him to marry his fiancee, Dr. Benton is ordered by Dr. Romano to manage a flood of angry, hurting people as he substitutes for Dr. Weaver on a short-staffed day in the E.R. Elsewhere: Abby is fearful for a distraught Dr. Kovac when he does not show up for work after a personal trauma; and Dr. Carter gambles when he ignores a relative's wishes not to inform her teenaged grandson that he carries the HIV virus.
Guest Stars: Joanna Miles as Mrs. Larson | Kwame Amoaku as Trumpet Player | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Tom Carey (1) as Roman | Megan Cole as Dr. Upton | Keith Diamond as Det. Stetler | Carla Gallo as Emma Miller | Jenette Goldstein as Helicopter Medic | Michael Tyler Henry as Jeremy | Blake Heron as Trent Larson | Radmar Agana Jao as Nathan Prior | Scott MacDonald as Mugger | Christopher Michael as Security Guard | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Juanita Moore as Mrs. Barnwell | Harry S. Murphy as Dr. Hamill | John Pyper-Ferguson as Tom Coggins | Sophia Santi as Tanya | Skip Stellrecht as Chaplain Miller | Wesley Thompson as Fritz | Gwen Van Dam as Etta | Annie Wood as Jason's Mom | Bruce Wright as Janet Wade

141 :07x06 - The Visit (aka I Loved You, God, How I Loved You)

Nov/16/2000
An anguished Abby flinches when she is unexpectedly visited by her unpredictable mother while Dr. Benton is shocked to discover details about a severely wounded gunshot victim. Meanwhile, Drs. Greene and Corday pledge to each other that they will escape the ER for a weekend getaway but complications ensue when she must perform surgery on a middle-aged surfer with a bad back. Dr. Kovac suspects that a young teenaged patient -- who proves to be pregnant -- might have been assaulted by her father. Dr. Chen finally confronts the unsuspecting father of her baby.
Guest Stars: Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | David Brisbin as Dr. Alexander Babcock | Morris Chestnut as ICU Nurse Frank 'Rambo' Bacon | Megan Cole as Dr. Upton | Toy Connor as Kynesha | Alan Dale as Al Patterson | Susan Enriquez as Teresa Ruiz | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Deborah Lacey as Det. Tincreed | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Darris Love as Hudson | Johnny Ray McGhee as Housekeeping Guy | Bob Minor as Security Guard | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Catherine Paolone as Adoption Caseworker | Timothy Paul Perez as Julio Ruiz | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Marty Ryan as Brant | Andrew McFarlane (1) as Jesse Robbins
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: John Wells

142 :07x07 - Rescue Me

Nov/23/2000
A stormy Thanksgiving workday in the ER results in a cornucopia of milestone events as a thunderstruck Dr. Greene receives disturbing news while a woozy Dr. Corday is sued for malpractice -- and Abby tries to send her unstable mother off, but the broken woman has no place else to go. Dr. Chen is caught by surprise by her high-tone mother who does not know about her pregnancy. Elsewhere: Dr. Benton's pay is docked by Dr. Romano; Dr. Carter chases down an impatient patient who needs immediate treatment; and an explosion rocks the ER.
Guest Stars: Khandi Alexander as Jackie Robbins | Jonelle Allen as Debbie Marlin | Lisa Arning as Nikki, Romano's Date | Candice Azzara as Mrs. Roth | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Michael Childers as Mr. Thal | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Christopher John Fields as Dr. Phil Tobiason, Radiologist | Marty Fortney as Nerdy Guy | John Fortson as Pharmacy Tech | Vanita Harbour as Bad Driver | Nancy Kwan as Mrs. Chen | Ed Lauter as Fire Captain Dannaker | Anthony Lee as Mr. Floreya | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Garry R. Roleder as Morgan (as Garry Roleder) | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton | Jane Edith Wilson as Judy
Writer: Neal Baer

143 :07x08 - The Dance We Do (aka Rapid Cycling)

Dec/07/2000
Abby's mounting frustration with her bipolar mother goes off the charts when the woman causes a major incident at a downtown store. An uneasy Dr. Corday confronts her accusers during a tense, day-long deposition when she and the hospital are sued by a paralyzed former patient. A mourning Dr. Benton meets his nephew's beaten girlfriend who informs him about the gangbangers responsible for the murder. Greene is concerned that Dr. Carter isn't maintaining the conditions of his drug treatment program. Abby's relationship with Dr. Kovac heats up but she seeks consolation from her family woes with Carter.
Guest Stars: Joe Basile as Officer Tom Bennini | Aaron Braxton as Detective Miles | Jennifer Buttell as Fran | James Chisem as Weisel | Claudine Claudio as Paramedic Silva | Toy Connor as Kynesha | Sid Conrad as Dosier | Matt Craven as Hospital Counsel Gordon Price | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Alan Dale as Al Patterson | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Cynthia Frost as Mrs. Fruhman | Mark Hutter as Mark's Doctor | Zeljko Ivanek as Bruce Resnick | Donald Sage MacKay as Detective Lash | Stuart McLean as Radiology Tech | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Kurt Naebig as Paramedic | Kyle Richards as Nurse Dori | Michele Shay as Court Reporter | Janelle Snow as Doherty | Roberta Valderrama as Stephanie | Robert Vestal as Room Service Attendant
Writer: Jack Orman

144 :07x09 - The Greatest of Gifts

Dec/14/2000
Christmas is just days away, and Dr. Greene accompanies Dr. Corday to New York on a mission during the holiday season. Dr. Carter fights fatigue as he assists Dr. Chen during the birth of her baby. However, Carter notices that Chen's attitude toward her unwanted baby may be changing even as the adoptive parents wait patiently for their new child. In addition, Carter must fight against temptation to ruin the progress of his drug rehabilitation program. Elsewhere: Dr. Benton receives an ultimatum from Dr. Finch to remove a wayward teenaged girl from her residence; Dr. Weaver treats a boy whose face is badly mauled by a dog.
Guest Stars: Michael Adler as Marty | Dwayne Adway as James Reed | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | Rhyon Nicole Brown as Wendy | Daveigh Chase as Taylor Walker | James Chisem as Weisel | Claudine Claudio as Paramedic Silva | Kari Coleman as Kynesha | Alan Dale as Al Patterson | Julie Dretzin as Paramedic | Mark Hutter as Mark's Doctor | Ryan James (1) as Nicholas Raferty | Myles Jeffrey as Jeff Persky | Kerrie Keane as Linda Reed | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Paul Moncrief as E.R. Tech | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | David Noroña as MRI Tech | Kaitlin Orr as Elise | Catherine Paolone as Adoption Caseworker | Colleen Quinn as Nurse Dori | Elizabeth Rodriguez as Nurse Sandra | Chris Sarandon as Dr. Burke | Angela Sargeant as Shannon | Pamela Sinha as Amira | Jaquita Ta'le as Tiny | Roberta Valderrama as Stephanie
Director: Jonathan Kaplan

145 :07x10 - Piece of Mind

Jan/04/2001
New Year's Eve falls as Dr. Greene submits to dangerous, experimental brain surgery in New York with a hopeful Dr. Corday by his side while a guilt-ridden father who is severely injured in a car wreck is only concerned with the safety of his teenaged son who is also hurt. However, the dad's condition deteriorates as the irascible Dr. Romano is called on to begin desperate heart surgery and Greene's radical procedure soon develops complications.
Special Guest Stars: Jim Belushi as Dan Harris (as James Belushi) |
Guest Stars: Sam Anderson as Dr. Jack Kayson | Lynda Boyd as Deborah Harris | David Brisbin as Dr. Alexander Babcock | Betty K. Bynum as ICU Nurse Claire | E.J. Callahan as Drunk | Michael Chieffo as David Greene (archive footage) | Deborah Geffner as Mrs. Street | Christine Harnos as Jennifer Simon | Kathrin Lautner as Wife | Cole Christian Lee as Chris | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Mimi Lieber as Dr. Malcolm | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Judith Moreland as Paul Harris | Greyson Erik Pendry as Leo | Kyle Richards as Nurse Dori | David Roberson as Officer Durcy | Chris Sarandon as Dr. Burke | Robert Wisdom as Dr. Hammond | Jared Padalecki as Paul Harris
Director: David Nutter

146 :07x11 - Rock, Paper, Scissors

Jan/11/2001
Dr. Benton's relationship with Cleo is further strained when the wayward teenaged girl whom he's trying to help resists his efforts to move her out of Cleo's residence and into a foster home while a bishop who's injured in a fall takes an interest in the brooding Dr. Kovac. Elsewhere: Kovac resents having to treat a drunken driver who's responsible for tearing apart a young family; as Dr. Greene recovers from his surgery, Dr. Corday recents some jolting news about her malpractice suit; Dr. Carter is urged by Abby to confront Dr. Weaver about his recent temptation to take narcotics; Weaver clashes with Dr. Legaspi over personal as well as professional issues.
Guest Stars: Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | David Brisbin as Dr. Alexander Babcock | Brian Britt as Tough #1 | Toy Connor as Kynesha | Matt Craven as Hospital Counsel Gordon Price | James Cromwell as Bishop Stewart | Alan Dale as Al Patterson | Jacob Davis as Chad | Christopher Francis as Waiter | Michaela Gallo as Amy Hembree | Wendy Gazelle as Julie Hembree | Anna Getty as Anne | Erica Gimpel as Adele Newman | Alfred Jackson as Tough #2 | John Lacy (1) as Kevin Poole | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Chad McKnight as Officer Wilson | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Paul Moncrief as E.R. Tech | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Steven Porter as Mr. Pularski | Meera Simhan as Mandy | Pamela Sinha as Amira | Rise Stefani as Nurse #1 | Marcelo Tubert as Father Joe Galloway | Gedde Watanabe as Nurse Yosh Takata
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: Dee Johnson

147 :07x12 - Surrender (aka Inside Out)

Feb/01/2001
Dr. Weaver regrets her decision to report a work-related injury in an illegal sweatshop when the corrupt owners panic and try to eliminate the evidence by torching the premises -- with the illegal alien workers trapped inside -- while Dr. Greene returns to work with a curious change in his attitude and personality. Elsewhere, Dr. Benton is sandbagged by the wily Dr. Romano who lures him into a new position without confiding the political implications of the new job. After confessing his temptation to Weaver, Dr. Carter is restricted from issuing controlled narcotics. Abby treats two combative elderly men who are injured while fighting each other. Dr. Corday wavers again during surgery and risks her career.
Guest Stars: Tom Poston as Earl | George Anthony Bell as Second Reporter | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Tom Bosley as Walter Nikolaides | David Brisbin as Dr. Alexander Babcock | Burt Bulos as Lovejoy | Joe Camareno as Manuel | Claudine Claudio as Paramedic Silva | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Jay Michael Ferguson as Gary | Steve Hofvendahl as Elizabeth's Patient | Ann Marie Lee as Georgia | Norma Maldonado as Corrine Munoz | Linda Medina as Margarita | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Walter Olkewicz as Georgia's Man | Chelsea Rendon as Araceli | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Jonathan Scarfe as Chase Carter | LaRita Shelby as Reporter (as LaRita Shelby-Mullen) | Abel Soto as Cortez | Daniel Spink as Tyler Pollard | Todd Thawley as Smith | Terri Towns as Diana (as Terrilynn Towns)

148 :07x13 - Thy Will Be Done

Feb/08/2001
Dr. Carter must attend a charity event hosted by his grandfather and cajoles Abby into filling in as his date at the last minute while Dr. Kovac treats an ailing Bishop Stewart and a 16-year-old in need of a third heart transplant who both insist on treatment that could threaten their lives. Also, Dr. Malucci is surprised by a patient's reaction to some HIV test results, and most of the staff -- especially Dr. Romano -- takes notice of Dr. Greene's new and aggressive post-surgery attitude.
Guest Stars: Josh Peck as Nick Stevens | Noah Blake as Sean | Art Chudabala as Greg | Claudine Claudio as Paramedic Silva | James Cromwell as Bishop Stewart | Melissa Dye as Alexis | Sean G. Griffin as Dr. Frost | Jeanine Jackson as Elise Stevens | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Rudy Moreno as Sal Ramirez | David Naughton as Ben Stevens | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Cory Parella as Background Fireman | George Plimpton as John Truman Carter, Sr. | Roxanne Reese as Sara Dell | Sarah Rosenberg as Janice | Daniel Spink as Tyler Pollard | Mark Valley as Richard Lockhart
Director: Richard Thorpe

149 :07x14 - A Walk in the Woods

Feb/15/2001
Dr. Greene is angered when his post-operative competency is challenged by a medical review board that could cost him his career while a tormented Dr. Kovac can no longer ignore his crisis of faith when he accompanies an ailing but stubborn bishop to a priest's ordination. Elsewhere: Dr. Carter struggles to save the life of a child whose parents refused to immunize him against measles; Dr. Benton chafes in his new added role as director of diversity when he encounters a low-rated African-American applicant who reminds him of himself as a young student; Dr. Weaver recoils when she meets Dr. Legaspi's fellow lesbian friends; Dr. Chen returns after her maternity leave.
Guest Stars: Keith Robinson as William White | Gabby Anderman as Student #13 | Karl Anderson as Kevin | Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn | Bix Barnaba as Philip | Maria Bellantoni as Student #4 | Andy Brewster as Student #9 | Stuart Calof as Student #8 | Emy Coligado as Student #6 | Shannon Convery as Student #11 | James Cromwell as Bishop Stewart | Sonya Eddy as Student Affairs Secretary | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Roger Fan as Student #15 | Ariel Felix as Student #14 | Lindsey Fields as Gail (as Lyndsey Fields) | Megan Follows as Christy Larkin | Vince Grant as Jeff Woodman | Tim Haldeman as Dr. Robert Wilson | Josh Kimmel as Student #1 | Heath Lourwood as Student #7 | Tracy McCubbin as Nurse | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Shannon Nelson as Firth | Randy Oglesby as PICU Doctor | Wayne Sable as Student #12 | James Sie as Student #5 | Scout Taylor-Compton as Liz Woodman (scenes deleted) | Elaine Tse as Student #10 | Marcelo Tubert as Father Joe Galloway | Teressa Tunney as Teacher | Ai Wan as Student #2 | Missy Yager as Nicole Woodman |
Uncredited: Toby Linz as Zack Woodman | Daniel Spink as Tyler Pollard
Director: John Wells
Writer: John Wells

150 :07x15 - The Crossing (aka Golden Hour)

Feb/22/2001
In the classic drama's 150th episode, a multi-car train accident scrambles the ER and Drs. Kovac, Carter and Corday are overwhelmed by the carnage at the site as they work to save an impaled mother, her young son and a trapped firefighter -- until the pregnant Corday begins to suffer painful contractions. Back at County, Dr. Benton tries to salvage a victim with a shredded aorta and even helps Carter with a tricky amputation over the phone, all of which leaves an observing med school applicant wide-eyed. Meanwhile, the bloody mayhem prompts Kovac to recall the harrowing loss of his own family and he confronts his torment with the terminally ill Bishop Stewart.
Guest Stars: Stacy Haiduk as Impaled Mom | Keith Robinson as William White | Scott Forbes as Simons | Lourdes Benedicto as Rena Trujillo | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | James Cromwell as Bishop Stewart | Anderson Goncalves as Matthew Jarre | Mary Heiss as Nurse Mary | RonReaco Lee as Davis | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Michael McGrady as Mr. Martin | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Firefighter Larkin | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Harry Northup as Competency Evaluator | Lisa Raggio as Mrs. Fabrone | David Richards as Henderson | David Nathan Schwartz (3) as Vanderway | Meg Thalken as Chopper EMT Dee McManus | Marcelo Tubert as Father Joe Galloway | Sasha Turjak as Danijela Kovac | Amy Wheaton as Shannon Wallace | Jose Yenque as Wardell |
Uncredited: Candice Cook as Paramedic
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Writer: Jack Orman

151 :07x16 - Witch Hunt

Mar/01/2001
Dr. Weaver's difficult life is further complicated when she fears her intimate relationship with Dr. Legaspi might be exposed when the suicidal young woman who earlier caused a deadly train derailment claims Legaspi sexually harassed her, while elsewhere, a guilt-stricken Abby launches a desperate search for a stolen baby under her care. In addition: Dr. Carter is dumbfounded when he learns more about his young new romantic partner; Dr. Greene awaits word on his medical competency tests; a pregnant Dr. Corday struggles back to work and runs headlong into the obnoxious Dr, Romano, who is on the warpath and intends to marginalize her responsibilities; Dr. Malucci also butts heads with a belligerent father; and a newly re-awakened Dr. Kovac re-evaluates his life and relationship with Abby.
Guest Stars: Vincent Angell as Det. Graham | John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh | Dwayne L. Barnes as Cop | Frances Bay as Georgia, Tarot Card Reader | Lourdes Benedicto as Rena Trujillo | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | David Brisbin as Dr. Alexander Babcock | John Cirigliano as Cabbie | Richard Denni as Old Guy | Lisa Kaseman as Interviewing Surgeon | Veronica Laurence as Mary | Philip Lenkowsky as Nelson | James Mathis III as Darrel, Transpo Tech | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Wyatt Morgan as Todd/'The Weasel' | Melissa Paull as Mother | Debbie Podowski as Brenda, Romano's Receptionist (as Deb Podowski) | Timilee Romolini as Deirdre Jeffries | Mik Scriba as James' Father | Pamela Sinha as Amira | Alex Solowitz as James/Mr. Midnight | Mirron E. Willis as Detective Watkins
Director: Guy Norman Bee

152 :07x17 - Survival of the Fittest

Mar/29/2001
Dr. Benton is a horrified bystander as the elderly black patient he is treating grabs a cop’s gun with tragic results. Dr. Carter, who is rethinking his relationship with Rena, teams up with Abby to treat a class of seventh graders who become sick on their bus from mysterious toxic fumes. Meanwhile Dr. Greene learns the results of his review; and Dr. Corday is determined to prove to Dr. Romano that she can still pull long hours in the O.R.
Guest Stars: Shane Lyons as Stuart | Lourdes Benedicto as Rena Trujillo | Brad Blaisdell as Detective | Stacey Cevallos as Stacey | Diane DiLascio as Officer Lisa Kimble | Whitney Dylan as Laura Becton | Colby French as Greg Becton | Terri Garber as Dr. Alexander | Michael Garvey as Eddie Paloynski | Ernest Harden, Jr. as Mrs. Howard's Son-in-Law | Michele Harrell as Mrs. Howard's Daughter | Benjamin Israeli as Toby (as Ben Israeli) | Ed Lauter as Fire Captain Dannaker | Dinah Lenney as OR Nurse Shirley | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Delaina Mitchell as Nicole | Maritza Murray as Michele | Sandra Purpuro as Mrs. Perrault | Adrian Ricard as Mrs. Howard | David Roberson as Officer Durcy | Alec Roberts as Simon | Will Rothhaar as Robert 'Bo' Borsalino | Judith Scarpone as Grace Linden | Jamie Renee Smith as Emily Perrault | Shannon Sutter as Donna | Gedde Watanabe as Nurse Yosh Takata | Derek Webster as Officer Kenny Grant | Mitchah Williams as Eric (as Mitchah S. Williams) |
Uncredited: Cyrus King as Orderly
Director: Marita Grabiak
Story: Elizabeth Hunter | Teleplay: Joe Sachs

153 :07x18 - April Showers

Apr/19/2001
On their rainy wedding day, Drs. Greene and Corday must fight fate to get to the altar as he overcomes several roadblocks until he is waylaid in the street by a nasty bleeding pregnant woman -- meanwhile, she contends with last-minute details and her feuding divorced parents. Elsewhere, several ER staff try to free themselves from work to attend the ceremonies, including Dr. Finch and Dr. Benton, ever mindful of the irony that he once dated Corday. However, the uninvited Dr. Weaver heads for an out-of-town medical conference and meets a friendly and appreciative man. When a prison van overturns, Dr. Carter tries to save the life of a crushed corrections officer -- and gets some ribbing about his young girlfriend -- while Abby treats a teenaged female prisoner. Dr. Chen ministers to a hypothermic boy found asleep on a frozen field.
Guest Stars: Lourdes Benedicto as Rena Trujillo | Casey Biggs as Mike | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Bob Bouchard as Stoops | Conni Marie Brazelton as Nurse Connie Oligario | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Latricia Cruz as Veronica | Christopher DerGregorian as Officer Munoz (as Christopher Der Gregorian) | Judith Drake as Greta | Paul Freeman as Dr. Charles Corday | Mandy Freund as Kevin | Alex Kapp Horner as Brenda | Charles Hoyes as Officer Monroe | Ajgie Kirkland as Monty | Honey Lauren as Delores | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Bob McClurg as Minister | Paul Moncrief as E.R. Tech | Randy Mulkey as Capt. Caley | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Lyne Odums as Driver | Judy Parfitt as Isabelle Corday | Damara Reilly as Estelle | Pamela Sinha as Amira | J. Karen Thomas as Tammy Gabbert | Michael Waltman as Dalby | Eric Ware as Cop | Gedde Watanabe as Nurse Yosh Takata | Karimah Westbrook as Sara Morris | Ryan Wilson (1) as Bryan Cooley

154 :07x19 - Sailing Away

Apr/26/2001
A tense Abby drops everything when notified that her mentally unbalanced mother is found incapacitated in an Oklahoma motel, and when she insists on driving there, a sympathetic Dr. Carter accompanies her -- risking both of their romantic relationships. In the meantime, the road back is potholed with problems as they try to coax the disconnected woman back to Chicago for more professional help. Elsewhere, the very pregnant Dr. Corday is happily wheeled in for her baby's birth with Dr. Greene at her side. An angry Dr. Benton treats a parade of partying fraternity brothers whose alcohol-related medical problems become increasingly more serious; later, Benton offers special care for his former junior high school teacher who jump-started his interest in science as a youth.
Guest Stars: Keith Robinson as William White | Samaire Armstrong as Tasha, TBX greased-pig chaser | Lourdes Benedicto as Rena Trujillo | Zachery Ty Bryan as Upsilon Psi Lambda Frat Brother (as Zachery Bryan) | Flora Burke as Old Woman | Daniel Bryan Cartwell as Convenience Store Clerk (as Daniel Bryan Cartmell) | Margaret Emery as Amy, Sorority Girl | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Heath Freeman as Kevin, Frat Boy | Joe J. Garcia as Paco, Gas Station Attendant | Hubert Hodgin as Sal | Lyle Kanouse as Mitch | Daniel Kountz as Reed Silvan | Ben Lang (2) as Adam, Upsilon Psi Lambda frat pledge | Ed Lauter as Fire Captain Dannaker - Haz Mat | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Roger Robinson as Carl Ferris | Shari Shaw as Waitress | Jill Marie Simon as Holly, Sorority Girl | Tait Smith as Pete, Upsilon Psi Lambda Frat Brother | Mark Valley as Richard Lockhart
Director: Laura Innes

155 :07x20 - Fear of Commitment

May/03/2001
Due to a clerical error, a startled Abby discovers that her suicidal mother is due in court for a competency hearing and she rushes to testify that she should not be released -- but the older woman musters an alarmingly masterful display of sanity before the judge. Meanwhile, Dr. Weaver gives heartbreaking news to a sassy homeless woman who once hosted a children's show that Weaver viewed as a child. Dr. Benton steps in to help a junior high school teacher who was once his mentor and now suffers a cardiac arrest. A busy Benton also injures his hand while helping a fallen biker and learns that an injured Carla has checked into the ER with his young son Reese. A perplexed Dr. Carter treats a stricken pregnant woman and then is angered when her husband informs him about what prompted her life-threatening episode.
Guest Stars: Tom Poston as Earl | Michelle Davison as Helen Burke | Tomas Arana as State's Attorney Rifkin | Tom Bosley as Walter Nikolaides | Philip Boyd as Biker | Christopher Boyer as Brett Paxton | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Simmons | John Doman as Dr. Carl Deraad | Gene Elman as Jerry | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Bette Ford as Princess Taffeta | Jon Gries as Defense Attorney Marty Nesmith | Leontine Guilliard as Winona | Sid Hillman as Kangaroo (as Sid Garza-Hillman) | Dinah Lenney as Nurse Shirley | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Lego Lewis as Bailiff Russell | Henri Lubatti as Victor, Nori's Boyfriend | Don Maloney as Mitchell Grainger | Kimberly McCullough as Nori | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Natsuko Ohama as Judge | Marilyn Sue Perry as Prison Ward OB Nurse Judy Rogers | Mike Pniewski as Bailiff Wilson | Roger Robinson as Carl Ferris | Lucy Rodriguez as Nurse Bjerke | Pamela Sinha as Amira | Brenda Song as Lynda An | Skip Stellrecht as Chaplain Miller | Gedde Watanabe as Nurse Yosh Takata | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton | Mirron E. Willis as Detective Watkins | Sam Witwer as Tommy
Director: Anthony Edwards

156 :07x21 - Where the Heart Is (aka Taking Care)

May/10/2001
A distressed Abby sees a ray of hope in the care of her mentally unbalanced mother when she receives some sage advice from the older woman in a rare moment of clarity while Dr. Benton's old girlfriend Carla squares off against his new love Cleo. Elsewhere: Dr. Greene's suspicions are aroused when he treats a rebellious 7-year-old boy who bears signs of beatings; Dr. Carter's plans to apply for chief resident are brushed aside by Dr. Weaver while he watches fellow candidate Dr. Chen take her best shot at the position; Weaver suffers pangs of remorse when she meets the new woman in Dr. Legaspi's life and is confronted by a helpless, mentally deficient young woman whose only family member lies in critical condition; and the ER gang enjoys a spirited game of softball.
Guest Stars: Julie Osburn as Bonnie Vogel | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Lisa Nicole Carson as Carla Simmons | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Liane Curtis as Mrs. Shayotovich, Fossen's Neighbor (as Liane Curtis) | Ali Dean as Cab Driver | Sally Field as Maggie Wyczenski | Ilyssa Fradin as Lori, Legaspi's New Girlfriend (as Ilyssa Fraden) | Erica Gimpel as Adele Newman | Jack Hallett as Jimmy Vogel | Jerry Hauck as Umpire | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Ted Marcoux as Derek Fossen | Kristin Minter as Randi Fronczak | Elizabeth Mitchell as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Paul Moncrief as ER Tech | George Sharperson as Sanitation Batter | Emmett Shoemaker as Ben Fossen | Matthew Watkins as Reese Benton
Director: Richard Thorpe

157 :07x22 - Rampage

May/17/2001
The ER is overwhelmed with gunshot victims when a distraught father goes on a murderous spree at a foster care facility -- and a horrified Dr. Greene realizes that his personal connection with the madman may prove fatal for his new wife and their baby. In the midst of the chaos: Dr. Carter is put in the awkward position of helping Dr. Chen apply for the promotion that he himself was denied, Dr. Benton is unexpectedly assaulted by his ex-girlfriend Carla's husband, and Dr. Finch cuts her hand while treating an HIV-positive patient. Meanwhile, Dr. Romano betrays his prejudice when he tries to force out Dr. Legaspi.
Guest Stars: Scott Benjaminson as Construction Worker | David Bonfadini as Tim | Michelle Bonilla as EMT Harms | Burt Bulos as Lovejoy | Lorenzo Callender as Officer Colby | Jim Carrane as News Vendor | Megan Cole as Dr. Upton | Ellen Crawford as Nurse Lydia Wright | Liane Curtis as Mrs. Shayotovich, Fossen's Neighbor (as Liane Curtis) | Jen Dede as Hudson | Joe Dempsey as Commuter | Troy Evans as Frank Martin | Alfonso Freeman as Brant | J.E. Freeman as Mr. Jeffries | Peter Gail as Hugh | Erica Gimpel as Adele Newman | Pamela Guest as Maria Fredriksson | Andrew Hawkes as Hagan | Danica Ivancevic as Young Woman (as Danicea Ivancevic) | Brian Lester as EMT Dumar | Eli Russell Linnetz as Ted Shayotovich | Eric Lloyd as Martin Leanly | Rachel Luttrell as Paramedic | Ted Marcoux as Derek Fossen | Miguel Mas as Dr. Kim Legaspi | Demetrius Navarro as Morales | Peter Onorati as Off. Nick Napolitano | Jimmy Palumbo as Officer Durcy | Wesley Thompson as Fritz | Victor Williams as Roger McGrath | Amy Zarzana as Kathy Bogart
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Story: Joe Sachs, Jack Orman | Teleplay: Jack Orman
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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