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Dr. John Carter (Character)
from "ER" (1994)

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Dr. John Truman Carter III called simply "Carter" by most other characters... See more »
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John Carter


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  1. "ER"
        - And in the End... (2009) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - Old Times (2009) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - What We Do (2009) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - T-Minus-6 (2009) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
        - The Beginning of the End (2009) TV episode, Played by Noah Wyle
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  1. ER: The Game (2005) (VG) Played by Noah Wyle

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From "ER: Think Warm Thoughts (#4.11)" (1998)
Dr. Mark Greene: What Happened to your student? I thought she was gonna stick around.
Dr. John Carter: She went up to watch Benton operate. I think she got bored.
Dr. Mark Greene: We're not here to entertain, Carter.
Dr. John Carter: You know, she seemed so interested. I was supposed to inspire those students but I don't think I did a very good job.
Dr. Mark Greene: Inspire them? How?
Dr. John Carter: Through our passion. For what we do.
Dr. Mark Greene: Passion?
Dr. John Carter: Yeah, you know what I mean.
Dr. Mark Greene: Carter, you come here everyday. Sometimes you're relly cooking and sometimes you're not. But you're here everyday doing your work. One day you'll look up and, maybe, ten years will have passed. It'll be the sum total... of what you've done... that counts. Not the passion. Wanna review some of this charts?
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