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"ER" explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital and the critical issues faced by the dedicated physicians and staff of its overburdened emergency room. The highly acclaimed drama series holds the distinction of being recognized as the most Emmy-nominated series in the history of television.
Carter works alone on the night shift during the hospital's July 4th picnic; Jeanie Boulet and Dr. Benton await the results of their HIV tests.
As a new chief of staff takes over, rumors maintain County will be forced to close because of budget cuts.
Carter makes an error in judgment; the chief of staff's changes worry Greene; a new intern works with Ross; a new pediatric surgeon (Glenne Headley) arrives.
A night of partying ends in disaster for Dr. Ross and his date; Benton operates on a teen with Crohn's disease; Carter rooms with Gant.
A Halloween-costumed patient scares the doctors; Carter breaks bad news to an injured youngster; the Healthmobile travels to a dangerous part of town.
A helicopter delivers an injured family to the ER; Benton's overconfidence in surgery threatens a child's life.
Benton obsesses over a critically ill baby and uses extreme measures to sustain Ross' brain-dead patient.
Lewis and Greene face a personal decision; a drunken woman goes into labor; Charlie (Kirsten Dunst) visits the Healthmobile again.
Greene questions Jeanie about her health after he treats Al; Carter hears about Keaton's future plans; Ross supports Hathaway in her pre-med studies.
Jeanie decides to stop rumors about a staff member with HIV; Charlie (Kirsten Dunst) brings a seriously ill baby to Ross; Doyle helps a battered woman.
Jeanie enrolls in a study involving night-shift workers; Hathaway upsets the nurses; Charlie reappears and asks Ross for a favor.
Carter and Benton share a personal tragedy; bullets injure members of a bridal party; Charlie's mother appears; Jeanie and a doctor hit it off.
Greene's success with prospective ER interns causes Anspaugh to offer him a tenured teaching position; angry with Benton, Carter wants a transfer.
Dr. Benton undergoes an emergency operation; Dr. Ross helps the mother of a teen with cystic fibrosis deal with her son's attempt to control his treatment.
Hathaway uses her medical skills to help the injured at a convenience-store robbery; guest Ewan McGregor.
Benton returns to work; Carter catches a critical error; a Down's Syndrome patient needs a heart transplant; Hathaway decides to take the medical admissions test.
Teens' gunshot wounds cause Greene to deal with racial attitudes; Carter evaluates a seemingly crack-addicted patient.
Greene struggles with family and professional problems; Hathaway frets about her medical-board exam; an AIDS patient attempts suicide.
Hathaway mulls med school after receiving her board scores; Anspaugh criticizes Carter, who catches Dr. Edson in a breach of ethics.
Benton and Carter assist in a kidney transplant; Jeanie helps her ex-husband get into an AIDS-medication trial study.
An ulcer patient refuses to let Carter operate; Carla and Benton face a pregnancy crisis; Ross pulls off a birthday surprise for Hathaway.
Benton's premature baby struggles to survive; Anspaugh delivers an ultimatum to Carter; Jeanie and Al embark on a new future together.
Linda Cardellini(Nurse Samantha Taggart)
Alex Kingston(Dr. Elizabeth Corday)
Angela Bassett(Dr. Cate Banfield)
Ming-Na Wen(Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen)
Paul McCrane(Dr. Robert Romano)
Parminder Nagra(Dr. Neela Rasgotra)
Erik Palladino(Dr. Dave Malucci)
Scott Grimes(Dr. Archie Morris)
Sharif Atkins(Dr. Michael Gallant)
Sherry Stringfield(Dr. Susan Lewis)
Noah Wyle(Dr. John Carter)
Gloria Reuben(P.A. Jeanie Boulet)
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