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4 Jan. 2001
Father Dominic, the only priest on duty one night at the monastery where Amanda is on retreat, is first approached by a woman and then by Leonard Wilson, the grounds-keeper, who insists on having his confession heard immediately--a murder that night! Steve finds Father Dominic bending over the corpse of Matthew Scarborough, but he cannot reveal what he heard under the seal of confession. Monsignor D'Amico, a longtime friend of the Sloans, asks Dr. Mark to find the real killer. He goes to the monastery as a handyman and learns Father Dominic was a childhood friend of ...
11 Jan. 2001
Playing God
No whodunit here. We see Hunter Kaskov, a genius med student, playing a dangerous game with friends: "flat-lining," testing how long one can be clinically dead before revival becomes impossible. To his girlfriend Jenny Slater's horror, he decides to 'seize their only chance to see how taking a life feels' by not reviving workaholic colleague Max Ketterson, slipping the blood-drained corpse into the pathology lab. That's not enough for Hunter; he plants false clues for the police, just for the kick of nearly getting caught--or will he be fatally outwitted by Mark?
18 Jan. 2001
Less Than Zero
When anorexic actress Thalia Roselawn (who wears a size "less than zero") faints on the TV set of "Med Squad," Amanda admits her, but Dr. Sloan is unable to save her life. Her nutritionist Hank Sheldrake's diet is blamed at first, but a Chinese herb in her teabag is found to be the cause. Steve begins to date a 'pleasingly plump' food reviewer who has recently come to accept her body type. Dr. Sheldrake is arrested, but Jesse is convinced it could be Sheldrake's wife or Thalia's younger sister. The Sloans' investigation must catch the correct culprit.
2 Feb. 2001
Sins of the Father: Part 1
When a sniper kills a patient during her consultation with Mark Sloane, isn't he a more likely target? Her sister Carrie identifies her as Julie Langford Adams, whose grandfather Joseph Langford was the last case for Mark's dad Det. Jimmy Sloan, who walked out on his family when Mark was 10, and was never heard from again. Julie was convinced that Joseph was wrongly executed for the murder of his wife. Richard Aikins, the sniper rushed to the ER, is diagnosed by Jesse with terminal meningitis and recognized by a nurse as the "doctor" who burst through the lab heading ...
9 Feb. 2001
Sins of the Father: Part 2
Surviving sister Carrie Langford Adams nurses beaten-up Steve at Mark's place. Mark believes Joseph was framed, that his alibi Sally Perry was bribed and then killed. Carrie learns Julie had an appointment at a tennis club although she couldn't play; Mark follows up, sees hospital board member Ted Barkley and son Elliot who are club members. A valet remembers she wasn't admitted but had a scuffle with Elliott; he claims she was unrecognizably disguised and is unknown to him. Steve's LAPD partner Detective Cheryl Brooks arrests a Premium Security (PS) "cop" after ...
16 Feb. 2001
You Bet Your Life
Compulsive gambler, Dr. Simon Hodiak the cardiologist, is addicted to gambling and out of friends to borrow from. When his loan-shark bookie Bennie Borashevesky threatens major violence, he sells his sports car, gets Alex to invite him to big stakes poker, wins $70,000, but loses it in a bar. Unable to pay up, Hodiak stabs his bookie to death. Steve investigates the poker players. Hodiak is found dead shortly afterward, apparently shooting himself; Mark doesn't buy that; Alex gets barred from the game and counseled by Dr. Sloan. Mark uses police seed money to buy into...
23 Feb. 2001
Bachelor Fathers
Grace Boyd is approached by two sinister men who threaten her and her baby Casey unless she helps them get money back from her sister Maureen. She pushes Casey into Jesse's arms, claiming it's his child; she needs him to take care of it for a while. He's sure it isn't his, but still takes care of it at the Sloanes' place. Maureen confesses she stole $106,000 from drug-dealers and sends Grace to deliver it. They aren't pleased as she actually stole $460,000; they come for it, accidentally killing Maureen. Grace and her baby are threatened again to get the money. Steve ...
2 Mar. 2001
Being of Sound Mind
Mr. Oscar Hemmings, an elderly eccentric misanthrope, dies in Community General, leaving his sizable fortune to six people, including Jesse and Amanda. His will took the form of a 'tontine' legacy; the last survivor will be the only recipient, obviously a recipe for murder, which pleased Hemmings. After a parade of loony secretary applicants, Mark hires college-graduate Ingrid Thurston at Steve's enthusiastic insistence. An explosion in the bio-lab kills med student Jerry Royce, a tontine member; Jesse's dinner date dies from a Bordeaux, found to be injected with an ...
30 Mar. 2001
Dance of Danger
While small time actor Phil Gwen dances with his unidentified blond girl he's stabbed in the back - she runs after the perpetrator. At Community General he mumbles something like Chylendra, then dies. LAPD Captain Woodruff wants Steve to take the wacky 'National Scoop' Magazine's anonymous 'first hand witness account' blaming the Earthonomy sect seriously. He brings in conspiracy theorist, Ellen Sharp, who claims to be too scared to talk and is released by the captain after retracting her claim to have seen the murder. Steve correctly suspects Gwen tipped her about ...
20 Apr. 2001
The Red's Shoes
When Amanda visits the studio where she learned ballet before med school, an extremely talented Chinese dancer drops dead on the dance floor; he was poisoned by acupuncture needles tampered with blowfish toxin, possibly meant for his colleague Changteh who was about to defect. Company leader Martin Peterson asks Amanda to join to investigate undercover. Steve hears from the acupuncturist each dancer has his own box of needles, kept by the party-appointed 'translator' Lee Moy. At the rehearsal for a benefit in the hospital, an exploding prop chest functions as ...
27 Apr. 2001
No Good Deed
Successful black defense attorney Roger Calender is brought in ER stabbed badly, and confesses having killed a man. After confirming a dog bit him badly days ago, he says it was just the drugs and perhaps a Vietnam memory. Rogers wife tells Mark he wanted a divorce without an affair, but suggests neither will find out what he wants to keep hidden for them; to him she tells she knows who he killed but will shut up is he calls off the divorce, which also allows her not to testify against him. After speaking with the physician who treated Rogers dog bite and finding snow...
4 May 2001
Deja Vous
["Déja vous" is the credit title of the episode in this position; episode AKAs locked presently] Mark isn't too happy to hear the DA had to cut a deal, life instead off execution, with a female murderer to assure conviction for Fredrick Wilson, an even more dangerous doctor-impersonator, but then she's killed in courthouse by a female shooter in a wheelchair. Afterwards Steve meets and dates new Angelino Abby Chadway, looking remarkably like Fredricks sister Lily Wilson, who once had two dates with him (see The Unluckiest Bachelor in LA) and shortly before believed to...
4 May 2001
On the Beach
[This episode is actually titled "On the Beach"] Another ride on his mini-scooter in the hospital gets Mark- in hospital, as patient with a broken leg, but after suffering some of the boundless incompetence of nurse Sudie there, who is fired after she even completely deleted his record, he quickly moves out to his beach-house. To his horror she turns up uninvited, and Steve tells he had to hire her as private nurse to spare the hospital a lawsuit for 'agist' dismissal. She forces him to go vent his complaints about the excessively loud new neighbors; in-living ...
11 May 2001
The Blair Nurse Project
A group of film school students convince med student Alex Smith, a friend of director Craig Wilson, to give them access to Community General's old basement for a movie about a local ghost story in time for its 25th anniversary, the disappearance of nurse Blair Lawson, who had left a child behind. To their own surprise, the psychotronic 'ghost detector' and the Luminol they brought for a self-planted blood splat find an apparently real one. When they return there another day, they experience something unexpected, and one of them gets a mild electrical shock. When Dr. ...

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