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Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: 24 Hours

19 September 1994
The pilot for the popular TV series is set during 24 frantic hours in the lives of a group of doctors, nurses, and staff members of a busy emergency room at a Chicago hospital. They deal with the seemingly endless casualties that stumble into their place of employment. The central characters are the chief resident and family man Dr. Mark Greene, who is considering a job in private practice due to pressure from his demanding law student wife Jennifer; outgoing Dr. Doug Ross, who deals with cases in his own personal way; straight-arrow Dr. Susan Lewis, trying to get by another long 36-hour shift; inexperienced third-year med student John Carter; cocky surgical resident Dr. Peter Benton; and troubled chief nurse Carol Hathaway.

Anthony Edwards ... Mark Greene

George Clooney ... Doug Ross

Sherry Stringfield ... Susan Lewis

Noah Wyle ... John Carter

Eriq La Salle ... Peter Benton

Julianna Margulies ... Carol Hathaway

Christine Harnos ... Jennifer Greene

William H. Macy ... Dr. David Morgenstern

Holly Gagnier ... Tracy Young

Glenn Plummer ... Timmy Rawlins

Vanessa Marquez ... Nurse Wendy Goldman

Yvette Freeman ... Nurse Haleh Adams

Deezer D ... Nurse Malik McGrath

Abraham Benrubi ... Jerry Markovic

Scott Jaeck ... Dr. Steven Flint
Paul Benjamin ... Al Ervin

Elizabeth Ruscio ... Sarah Logan

Michael Fairman ... Mort Harris
Julianna McCarthy ... Mrs. Raskin

Troy Evans ... Officer Martin

Michael Cavanaugh ... Suzanne's Dad

Jeff Doucette ... Mr. Larkowski

Christine Healy ... Administrator

Liz Vassey ... Liz
Tracey Ellis ... Annette

Conni Marie Brazelton ... Nurse Connie Oligario

Ellen Crawford ... Nurse Lydia Wright
Petra Porras ... Perez

Ryan Cutrona ... Mr. Wilson
Angelo Di Mascio Jr. ... Jeff Barr (as Angelo Dimascio Jr.)

Joe D'Angerio ... Rezek

Scott Lincoln ... Fitzkee
María Celedonio ... Luisa

Jay Leggett ... Mr. Canelli

Anne Gee Byrd ... Harper (as Ann Gee Byrd)

Sharon Sharth ... Karen Edmunds (as Sharon Schlarth)
Walter F. Kelly ... Specialist

Shiri Appleby ... Ms. Murphy
Susanne Nitter ... Roommate
Suzanne Ventulett ... Suzanne
Christopher Wynne ... Resident
Sally Hughes ... Mrs. Harvey

Perry Anzilotti ... Ed

Lawrence Mandley ... Jackson (as Lawrence A. Mandley)
Courtenay McWhinney ... Grey Haired Woman (as Courtnay McWhinney)
Lou Charloff ... Mr. Harvey
Jarrett Lennon ... Billy Logan

Joanna Lipari ... Mom

Phyllis Ehrlich ... Confused Woman
Eddie Torres ... 12 Year Old Boy

Shelly Desai ... Cabby
Nina Henderson ... Pregnant Lady
Katherine Gauthier ... Waitress
Suzanne Carney ... OR Nurse Janet
Gay Storm ... Mrs. McCormick

Cynthena Sanders ... Scrub Nurse #2

Matt Gottlieb ... Dr. Ashley (as Matthew Gottlieb)
Lance Gentile ... Jimmy Edmonds
Isabel García Lorca ... Cheryl (as Isabel Lorca)

Ingo Neuhaus ... Cop
Alex P. Hernandez ... Trooper #1 (as Alex Hernandez)

Herbert Jefferson Jr. ... Trooper #2

Yvonne Zima ... Rachel Greene
Tiana Barron ... Scrub Nurse
Marisa Abbott ... Hospital Medical Technician (uncredited)

Sheree Ali ... Nurse (uncredited)
Barry Biondo ... Firefighter / Paramedic (uncredited)

Miguel Ferrer ... Mr. Parker (uncredited)

Sara Holden ... Ice Skater (uncredited)

Mathew Weiss ... 4 Year Old Boy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Day One

22 September 1994
Mark's wife arrives in the ER with the news that she has passed her bar exams but several members of the staff interrupt their intimate celebration. Greene treats an elderly woman whose husband isn't ready to let her go. It's been eight weeks since Hathaway's attempted suicide, but Doug Ross has yet to bring himself to visit the woman he went out with for two years. Susan Lewis saves a newborn who is brought into the ER choking. She also argues with the psychiatric attending who refuses to admit a patient suffering from dementia. Carter finds himself having to care for a group of German tourists who are suffering from food poisoning. He also treats a young flirt with a rash. Benton treats a recent surgery patient and finds his correct diagnosis overturned by the man's physician. Susan Lewis treats a family struck by a drunk driver. The husband and daughter will survive but there is little hope for the woman. The drunk driver is also brought in suffering from only a few scratches.

Season 1, Episode 3: Going Home

29 September 1994
Carol Hathaway returns to work after her suicide attempt. Doug Ross still feels guilty about what happened. An ER patient found walking he streets takes to singing, constantly. Susan Lewis has a run-in with the cardiologist on duty, Dr. Kayson, when he disagrees with her treatment of a heart attack victim. At a case review session, she gets very little support from her colleagues. She also treats a woman who is dying of leukemia and who has good advice for Hathaway. Greene treats a woman who has obviously been beaten by her husband but can't get to agree to get help.

Season 1, Episode 4: Hit and Run

6 October 1994
Drs. Benton and Langworthy are unsuccessful in reviving a teen-aged boy involved in a traffic accident and it's left to Carter to determine the boy's identity and notify the parents. Unfortunately, he tells the wrong parents that their son is dead. Doug Ross tells a young patient that he will not be separated from his schizophrenic mother knowing that she will likely be hospitalized for a long time. Susan Lewis tells Mark that she is dating the psychiatric attending physician Div Cvetic. She also treats a salesman whose cell phone is having an odd effect on hospital equipment. Benton forgets that he was supposed to sit with his mother while his sister and brother-in-law were to go out for their tenth anniversary dinner.

Season 1, Episode 5: Into That Good Night

13 October 1994
Mark Greene's wife Jen gets a position clerking with a Federal judge. Unfortunately, it's in Milwaukee, 2 hours away and she wants Mark to look for a job there. Greene and Susan Lewis treat Samuel Gasner, a man who has been waiting for a heart transplant and who will not survive the night unless a donor can be found. John Carter is worried that his latest paramour may have left him with a souvenir of their sexual encounter. Doug Ross treats a young girl suffering from severe asthma but whose mother can't afford her medication. Benton treats Ivan the liquor store owner who is shot for the third time in as many weeks.

Season 1, Episode 6: Chicago Heat

20 October 1994
The realities of the ER may be too much for a child, but circumstances force Greene to bring his daughter Rachel with him on a day when the outdoor temperature tops 100 degrees and the air-conditioning doesn't work. Benton and Langworthy try in vain to save a boy shot in self-defense. Meanwhile, Lewis's broke sister, Chloe, steals Lewis's TV and VCR. After Ross crosses the line with Hathaway and Taglieri, Hathaway slugs Ross.

Season 1, Episode 7: Another Perfect Day

3 November 1994
Doug Ross' hopes of renewing his relationship with Carol Hathaway take a positive turn after the two of them kiss following a particularly stressful trauma, but his hopes are dashed when she decides to move in with boyfriend Tag. John Carter has a particularly good day when Dr. Green successfully walks him through a complex procedure. Haleh takes Dr. Benton to task when he refuses to act as a role model for a young gangbanger she has an interest in. Benton is also competing with Dr. Langworthy for a prestigious fellowship. It's Susan Lewis' birthday and her sister Chloe shows up at the ER drunk.

Season 1, Episode 8: 9 1/2 Hours

10 November 1994
Susan Lewis' boyfriend Div Cvetic, a psychiatric resident at County General, seems to be under a great deal of stress regularly lashing out at everyone. Doug Ross takes over for Mark Greene who takes a day off to be with his wife. He has a hard time keeping up with all the paperwork. John Carter is increasingly frustrated with Peter Benton who never seems to invite him to participate in surgeries. Benton learns the result of the fellowship he applied for and his mother shows up in the ER with a sprained ankle. Carol Hathaway treats a patient who was raped. A new ER aide, Bob, start work.

Season 1, Episode 9: ER Confidential

17 November 1994
Carol Hathaway faces an ethical dilemma when a patient admits that he, and not his friend, was driving the car that ran a red light and killed a pedestrian. She decides to tell Tag about kissing Doug Ross. It's Thanksgiving and the doctors treat an animal rights activist who was attacked by the turkey he was trying to save. Doug Ross is going to the Bahamas with Linda Farrell and he is very much feeling like a kept man. Carter has to treat a transgender woman who has now reached an age where she can no longer pass as a woman. Carter's indifference is the final straw. Susan Lewis continues to worry about Div Cvetic, whose condition seems to be worsening.

Season 1, Episode 10: Blizzard

8 December 1994
The ER staff's slow snow day becomes chaotically hectic when the casualties of a 40 car traffic accident flood in.

Anthony Edwards ... Mark Greene

George Clooney ... Doug Ross

Sherry Stringfield ... Susan Lewis

Noah Wyle ... John Carter

Julianna Margulies ... Carol Hathaway

Eriq La Salle ... Peter Benton

Abraham Benrubi ... Jerry Markovic

Andrea Parker ... Linda Farrell

William H. Macy ... Dr. David Morgenstern

CCH Pounder ... Dr. Angela Hicks

Scott Jaeck ... Dr. Steven Flint

Kevin Michael Richardson ... Patrick
Christian Coleman ... Mookie 'Slice' James

Alix Elias ... Roxanne
Lorinne Vozoff ... Marguerite (as Lorinne Dills Vozoff)
Billy Leonard Williams ... Dexter

Conni Marie Brazelton ... Nurse Connie Oligario

Ellen Crawford ... Nurse Lydia Wright

Deezer D ... Nurse Malik McGrath

Yvette Freeman ... Nurse Haleh Adams
Malgorzata Gebel ... Dr. Bogdanilivestsky 'Bob' Romansky

Vanessa Marquez ... Nurse Wendy Goldman

Michael Fox ... Mr. Bozinsky
Pearl Shear ... Mrs. Bozinsky
Rick Marzan ... Camacho

Emily Wagner ... Doris Pickman

Pamela Gordon ... Regina
Sean Moran ... Mr. Blinker

Ingo Neuhaus ... McNally

Dex Elliott Sanders ... Deon
Bea Silvern ... Matron

David St. James ... Kaplan
Robert Winley ... Ace

John Craig ... Trent (as John M. Craig)
Gilbert Garcia ... Hector (as Gilbert G. Garcia)

Lisa Ann Grant ... Seline (as Lisa Grant)
Michael Halpin ... Weston
Michael Hungerford ... Mr. Lawrence
Dennis Phun ... Mr. Thui
Lee Mary Weilnau ... Mrs. Thui
Tiana Barron ... Scrub Nurse
Barry Biondo ... Firefighter / Paramedic (uncredited)

Greg Herman ... Jason (uncredited)
Allison Rosati ... Herself - News Anchor (uncredited)

Keaton Tyndall ... Ashley (uncredited)

Kylie Tyndall ... Ashley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Gift

15 December 1994
It's Christmas-time and the expected range of emotions is to be found among the ER staffers. Susan Lewis treats a middle-aged woman who is overjoyed at finally getting pregnant. Susan is also shocked to hear that her boyfriend Div Cvetic has quit his job and moved out of his apartment. Mark Greene treats a young drowning victim. Doug Ross takes Greene's advice and decides to tell Carol Hathaway that he loves her; unfortunately he chooses to do so at her engagement party. Peter Benton jumps the gun and arranges for transplant teams to harvest an accident victims organs but the man's wife is now refusing to give consent. Susan's sister Chloe announces that she is pregnant.

Season 1, Episode 12: Happy New Year

5 January 1995
Susan Lewis has a run-in with Dr. Jack Kayson, the cardiology resident, when he accuses her of not providing him with all necessary information on a patient who subsequently died. He makes it very clear that Susan will bear all responsibility for his death. Her sister Chloe informs her that she and her boyfriend are moving to Texas. John Carter is still frustrated by Peter Benton's apparent lack of interest in teaching him anything but a new go for it attitude leads to an invitation to assist in a surgical procedure. Benton's sister suggests to him that the time has come for them to put their mother in a care home.

Season 1, Episode 13: Luck of the Draw

12 January 1995
Benton is called out of surgery to find his senile mother.

Season 1, Episode 14: Long Day's Journey

19 January 1995
Dr. Kayson becomes Lewis' patient.

Season 1, Episode 15: Feb 5, '95

2 February 1995
Dr. Greene gets offered a new job by Morgenstern.

Season 1, Episode 16: Make of Two Hearts

9 February 1995
Kayson, a married man, tries to start a romance with Susan by asking her to dinner. Deb unknowingly eats LSD-laced chocolates. Carol takes an interest in a Russian girl abandoned in the ER.

Season 1, Episode 17: The Birthday Party

16 February 1995
It's a day of birthdays. Peter Benton's mother is celebrating a birthday and he tries desperately to find someone to cover his shift. He makes a choice however when Dr. Hicks suggests that he's been absent too often and may wish to consider a leave of absence until his mother's situation is resolved. Carter thinks it's Benton birthday and has a surprise for him. Mark Greene's daughter is also having a birthday but he misses that due to an emergency at the hospital. An elderly, solitary man in the final stages of cancer arrives in the ER on his birthday. Carol Hathaway suggests to her fiancé that they adopt little Tatiana, the AIDS patient abandoned in the ER. Ross has to deal with a young child who was kicked out of a window.

Anthony Edwards ... Mark Greene

George Clooney ... Doug Ross

Sherry Stringfield ... Susan Lewis

Noah Wyle ... John Carter

Julianna Margulies ... Carol Hathaway

Eriq La Salle ... Peter Benton

Abraham Benrubi ... Jerry Markovic

Khandi Alexander ... Jackie Robbins
Lili Flanders ... Ms. Brown
Karmin Murcelo ... Thornberg's Friend

Christine Harnos ... Jennifer Greene

Rick Rossovich ... Dr. John 'Tag' Taglieri

CCH Pounder ... Dr. Angela Hicks

Ving Rhames ... Walter Robbins

Gloria Reuben ... Jeanie Boulet

Ming-Na Wen ... Jing-Mei Chen

Lisa Zane ... Diane Leeds
Fred Applegate ... Gus's Father

Mark Rolston ... Officer Thomas
Stephen Rowe ... Mr. Franks

Nicolette Scorsese ... Pamela
Julie Fulton ... Swanson
Merle Kennedy ... Rene

Jeremy Lawrence ... Gasman

Conni Marie Brazelton ... Nurse Connie Oligario

Ellen Crawford ... Nurse Lydia Wright

Deezer D ... Nurse Malik McGrath

Lily Mariye ... Nurse Lily Jarvik

Milana Vayntrub ... Tatiana

Yvonne Zima ... Rachel Greene

Emily Wagner ... Doris Pickman
Suzanne Carney ... OR Nurse Janet

David Carrera ... T.J.

John Davis Chandler ... Thornberg (as John Chandler)

Christopher Darga ... Wilson
Jesse Hays ... Kyle

Tamala Jones ... Joanie Robbins
Nelson Mashita ... Kazou
Todd Merrill ... Dr. Jagman

Rolando Molina ... Rolando

Janel Moloney ... Mrs. Nancy Larson
Javi Mulero ... Del Torre
Tanner Lee Prairie ... Gus (as Tanner Lee Praire)
Christopher Richardson ... Jesse
Mark Dakota Robinson ... Steven Robbins

Montae Russell ... Dwight Zadro (as Monté Russell)
Veena Bidasha ... Belly Dancer #1
Neena Bidasha ... Belly Dancer #2

Greg Herman ... Jason - New Resident (uncredited)

Phaedra Neitzel ... Girl in Airport (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Sleepless in Chicago

23 February 1995
Carol Hathaway goes ahead with her plans to adopt Tatiana, but her past history makes her ineligible. Benton continues to trade shifts so he can spend time with his mother but it all catches up with him and he has a run-in with Dr. Hicks. Doug Ross treats an abused child. Green, Benton and Carter take extraordinary measures to save a man they later learned had signed a DNR. A consultant arrives to study procedures in the ER, but all is not quite what it seems. Mark Green's wife Jen has an important announcement. Benton's mother has a serious accident when he falls asleep on the couch.

Season 1, Episode 19: Love's Labor Lost

7 March 1995
Dr. Benton has to deal with the aftermath of his mother's fall and crosses the line with the surgical attending when he insists on scrubbing in for her operation. Dr. Greene deals with Jodi O'Brien who is two weeks away from giving birth. With the obstetrics attending unavailable, he decides to try to deliver her baby in the ER, with tragic results.

Season 1, Episode 20: Full Moon, Saturday Night

30 March 1995
Dr. Greene is still haunted by the death of Jodi O'Brien and isn't sure he can function as a doctor. At Susan's urging, he takes the night off but unfortunately for him, the new head of the ER Dr. 'Wild Willy' Swift arrives unannounced. Susan impresses Swift with her handling of many cases on a busy night. She also has to deal with the case of a young man who has had the hiccups for two days but may in fact be suffering from something far more serious. Nurse Hathaway and fiancée Tag are still working out the details of their wedding. Peter Benton's mother is still hospitalized and he will not accept that her age and her injuries mean that she will need permanent nursing care. Dr. Ross is now dating Diane Leeds. John Carter and Deb Chen's attempts at oneupmanship is starting to take on ridiculous proportions.

Season 1, Episode 21: House of Cards

6 April 1995
Dr. Greene is still having trouble dealing with cases in the ER and the new Chief of Staff is growing increasingly concerned. Greene also faces a difficult peer review to examine his handling of the Jodi O'Brien case. Dr. Benton takes on the difficult task of telling his mother that she must be placed in a home with full-time care. Susan's very pregnant sister Chloe returns to live with her. Dr Ross deals with the case of a young girl with a heart condition while Ross and Carter encounter a patient who refuses treatment for tuberculosis. When Benton asks Deb Chen and Carter to submit their procedures book in a few days, Deb feels she has to get a few more procedures under her belt if she's to best her fellow student. Unfortunately, her eagerness leads to near tragedy for a patient.

Season 1, Episode 22: Men Plan, God Laughs

27 April 1995
Greene finds his marriage falling apart and is concerned at how little time he's spending with his daughter. He also treats an eight week old child with a heart murmur who requires surgery. Susan tries to get her pregnant sister Chloe to take her pregnancy seriously, but her head isn't quite into it. Benton tries desperately to find a surgeon who will operate on a 16 year-old with a severe brain aneurysm that could burst at any time. He's also concerned at his mother's care and is growing ever more attracted to Jeanie Boulet. Doug Ross' commitment to Diane Leeds gets more serious when he agrees to be an assistant coach for her son's little league baseball team.

Season 1, Episode 23: Love Among the Ruins

4 May 1995
Doug Ross and Nurse Hathaway treat a girls' basketball team from a local catholic school for meningitis. Their teachers also need to be tested but one of them confides in Hathaway that she may have a particular problem. Green and the Chief of Staff have a disagreement in the middle of a procedure. With the wedding only two weeks away, Tag and Carol Hathaway have to deal with all of the final preparations, not the least of which is writing their own marriage vows. Susan deals with a suicide victim who is using emotional blackmail to keep his girlfriend from leaving him. Susan reaches the breaking point with her sister Chloe and tells her she has to move out.

Season 1, Episode 24: Motherhood

11 May 1995
On a fateful Mother's Day, several staffers in the ER face possible life-changing events. Susan Lewis' sister Chloe gives birth to a beautiful - and healthy - baby girl. Things start to go wrong however when their mother Cookie - who had agreed to take in Chloe and the baby - suddenly decides she's done enough and Susan will have to take care of it. Carter turns down an offer for an ER sub-internship in the hopes that he'll get an offer in surgery. Dr. Hicks has news for him however. Benton's mother takes a turn for the worse. Carol Hathaway is overwhelmed with the final preparations as her wedding day approaches.

Season 1, Episode 25: Everything Old Is New Again

18 May 1995
It's Carter's last day in the ER and finally fed up with Dr. Benton's apparent indifference, rejoices when he learns that he gets to write an appraisal on him. He subsequently regrets his negative input when he gets offered the surgical sub-internship he'd hoped for and learns that Benton gave him a glowing appraisal. He also spends a good part of the day with young leukemia victim who is fed up with life. Benton and Jeanie Boulet's relationship reaches a crossroads. Mark Greene is offered an attending position at the hospital but also learns that he is being sued for malpractice over his handling of the Jodi O'Brien case. The big day for Carol Hathaway and Tag is here but doubts creep in and one of them gets left standing at the altar.

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Welcome Back Carter!

21 September 1995
While victims of a gang shootout are being brought in, Carter is late and a new group of third year medical students arrives.

Season 2, Episode 2: Summer Run

28 September 1995
It's Weaver's first day and she doesn't exactly make a lot of friends. Carol rides along with the paramedics.

Season 2, Episode 3: Do One, Teach One, Kill One

5 October 1995
Carter gets his first official patient while Doug treats a four-year-old Asian boy who has AIDS.

Season 2, Episode 4: What Life?

12 October 1995
The feud between Susan and Weaver gets to the point where Mark has to step in.

Season 2, Episode 5: And Baby Makes Two

19 October 1995
Doug treats dying Chia-Chia. Mark however feels he's not doing the right thing for Chia-Chia.

Season 2, Episode 6: Days Like This

2 November 1995
Doug and Harper had sex. Mark finds out about this. So does Carter.

Season 2, Episode 7: Hell and High Water

9 November 1995
Doug saves a kid who's stuck in a flooded culvert and becomes a local hero when a TV helicopter films part of the rescue operation.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Secret Sharer

16 November 1995
Doug gets the opportunity to stay at the ER thanks to the publicity surrounding his rescue of a drowning boy the week before.

Season 2, Episode 9: Home

7 December 1995
Jennifer and Rachel have been involved in a car accident and Mark rushes to Milwaukee where they're in the hospital.

Season 2, Episode 10: A Miracle Happens Here

14 December 1995
Mark has to deal with the fact he can't see Rachel during the holidays and takes care of a Holocaust surviver whose grandchild is missing.

Season 2, Episode 11: Dead of Winter

5 January 1996
Shep and Raul enter a house with about a dozen abandoned and ill-fed children and bring them to the ER.

Season 2, Episode 12: True Lies

25 January 1996
Benton has to attend a banquet at Vucelich's home and asks Jeanie to go with him. Mark hesitates to tell Rachel about the divorce.

Season 2, Episode 13: It's Not Easy Being Greene

1 February 1996
It's his day off, but Mark shows up for work anyway. After a patient dies and Morgenstern wants to speak to him, Mark soon regrets coming in after all.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Right Thing

8 February 1996
Rumour has it there's something going on between Mark and Susan while Benton questions Vucelich's study and confronts him.

Season 2, Episode 15: Baby Shower

15 February 1996
Benton tries to save someone who, according to the other surgeons, can't be saved while the ER gets crammed with pregnant women.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Healers

22 February 1996
Shep and Raul go in a burning house without the proper equipment to save three children.

Season 2, Episode 17: The Match Game

28 March 1996
Carter is very nervous because he's about to get his residency match. Mark changes his look.

Season 2, Episode 18: A Shift in the Night

4 April 1996
Mark has to work for the fourth night in a row while a lot of the staff are absent and the number of patients is towering.

Season 2, Episode 19: Fire in the Belly

25 April 1996
Benton dismisses a patient he hasn't seen who should have been admitted. Carter competes with Dale, a new surgical resident-in-training who once slept with Harper.

Season 2, Episode 20: Fevers of Unknown Origin

2 May 1996
In order to avoid having to deal with her personal problems regarding little Susie, Susan wholly absorbs herself in her work.

Season 2, Episode 21: Take These Broken Wings

9 May 1996
Susan has therapy to get over losing little Susie and Jeanie's ex-husband is brought in.

Season 2, Episode 22: John Carter, M.D.

16 May 1996
Mark Greene strikes a deal with Kerry Weaver - he will support her application for an ER attending position if she in turn will support Susan Lewis for Chief Resident. When Susan doesn't get the job, Mark is told to go ask her why. Carter is finally going to graduate and wants Benton to attend the party his family is throwing for him. Unfortunately, Carter decides to sit with a young patient awaiting a liver transplant and misses his own graduation ceremony. With the news she has received about her former husband Al's health, Jeanie Boulet decides to have herself tested. Doug Ross' girlfriend Karen forges his prescription for percodan. Hathaway's boyfriend, Shep, is refusing to undergo his anger management treatment. Mark's ex-wife Jen tells him that she is going to re-marry. Loretta Sweet asks Greene if he would become guardian to her kids.

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Doctor Carter, I Presume

26 September 1996
It's the first day of Carter's internship. He has a 36 hour shift and overnight he has to cover the ER, the ICU as well as the surgical patients.

Season 3, Episode 2: Let the Games Begin

3 October 1996
While the whole staff is worried the ER might close, Jeanie has her own problems in dealing with being HIV-positive.

Season 3, Episode 3: Don't Ask, Don't Tell

10 October 1996
Donald Anspaugh has a new method to increase the staff's efficiency, new intern Maggie Doyle joins the ER and Susan asks Mark to come along to Hawaii.

Season 3, Episode 4: Last Call

17 October 1996
Doug's one-night-stand has a seizure and he brings her to the ER.

Season 3, Episode 5: Ghosts

31 October 1996
While Mark is anxious about Susan's return from her holiday, Doug and Carol ride along with the health mobile.

Season 3, Episode 6: Fear of Flying

7 November 1996
While on their helicopter flight rotation, Mark and Susan find an injured family of four who they bring to the ER.

Season 3, Episode 7: No Brain, No Gain

14 November 1996
Encouraged by Carol, Mark finally asks Susan out. Benton tries to save a boy, despite the fact Doug thinks he's brain dead.

Season 3, Episode 8: Union Station

21 November 1996
It's Susan's last day. Carol stands up for her nurses when one of them is being rotated to another department.