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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.
Medical student Lucy Knight has a difficult first day and clashes with Dr. Carter, but Dr. Ross discovers her abilities.
Carol covers for Lucy when she panics; karate student suffers fatal kick; injured gang members' girlfriends battle in the ER; air conditioning breaks down.
Weaver vies for top job; Ross gets new pediatric job; Lucy hides her incompetence from Carter; Benton keeps Reese's deafness a secret; human bomb needs treatment.
Weaver kisses up to Greene; Ross hinders an amputation; Lucy loses a dead body; Carter finally learns the truth about Lucy; Corday gets a new supervisor.
Ross juggles duties and patients on Halloween; the new ER chief (Philip Casnoff) offends staffers; a schizophrenic (Sheila Kelley) says she is pregnant.
An elderly man (Harvey Korman) hesitates to leave Hathaway's care; Weaver rents Carter a room; Greene treats prostitute at a crime scene; a deaf doctor helps Benton.
A promising candidate (Mare Winningham) interviews for the ER chief job; Corday becomes Benton's intern; paramedics pull an initiation prank on Greene.
A young accident victim (Nicolette Little) requires a blood transfusion that can come only from her father (John Thaddeus) who is missing from the hospital.
The staff honors a woman (Anne Pitoniak) born at the hospital 100 years ago; Hathaway uncovers the truth about a young boy's shooting death.
Carter urges a woman to donate her brain-dead son's liver to another teen; cranky old elf irritates Greene; Romano spoils Benton's Christmas Eve plans.
Greene finds Lee's actions suspicious; labor pains cause a car crash; Benton tries to communicate with his son; Carter fears he has tuberculosis.
Carter allows Lucy to advance; critically ill patient claims to be a survivor of slavery; Corday learns Romano is sexually harassing Doyle.
Ross helps the mother of a dying boy; Benton attends a parent/child signing class; a hospital janitor (Djimon Hounsou) complains of back pain.
Joi's son dies; Hathaway's clinic may have to close; staff responds to a school bus accident; Benton learns to sign; guest Marlee Matlin.
Dr. Ross struggles at professional and personal crossroads; Mobalage's wife (Akosua Busia) shares a horrifying secret with Hathaway.
Dr. Benton encounters life-threatening situations in Mississippi when he uses vacation time to accept a temporary position at a small-town clinic.
Carter accidentally harms a patient; a family's matriarch doesn't know she has cancer; Hathaway struggles with insomnia and headaches.
Weaver thinks she has found her birth mother; Greene tries to get Mobalage to recall his torture; Lucy starts psych-ward rotation; child ingests cocaine.
Mobalage gives Greene good news; Carter mentors a teen; Lucy encounters an angry foster kid; Jeanie discovers religion; Hathaway helps Coco with her newborn.
A power outage forces staff members to use their wits to save vulnerable patients; a comatose patient is assaulted in the hospital.
Two FBI agents linger in the ER after Greene treats a stripper; prom goers are hurt in an alcohol-related car crash; fishing pole spears HIV-infected woman.
Weaver finds a toddler wandering in the street; newly married Carla plans to move away; a patient (Teri Garr) feels what's going on with people.
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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