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A Miracle Happens Here 

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.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stan Calaus
Hanna Steiner


Carol tries to get the ER staff to sing for another ward of the hospital but nobody wants to. Mark is angry with Jennifer for staying in Dayton with Rachel during Christmas and takes care of a Holocaust survivor whose car has been stolen while her grandchild was in it. Weaver gets a visit from a close friend and Benton and Carter get in Vucelich's good book when Carter convinces Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux to let his wife undergo a new surgery technique Vucelich is studying and experiment with. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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Drama | Romance





Release Date:

14 December 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mr. Calus (which is misspelled in the credit listing, but spelled correctly in the subtitles) is an anagram for Mr. Claus. See more »


Carol Hathaway: On the twelfth day of Christmas, / my true love gave to me... uhhh...
[all the other ER docs enter and start singing]
Dr. Doug Ross: Twelve tone deaf doctors.
Dr. Mark Greene: Eleven lords a-lording.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Ten drummers drumming.
Dr. John Carter: Nine something something.
Nurse Lydia Wright: Eight maids a-milking.
Malik: Seven swans a-swatting.
Harper: Six geese a-gagging.
Everyone: Five golden rings. four calling birds, three French hens, two turtledoves, and a partridge in a pear tree.
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References Out of Africa (1985) See more »

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A Miracle Happens Here (#2.10)
29 November 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A little Christmas episode. Mark can't spend time with his daughter but gets to learn how important family is from a patient that was a Holocaust survivor and is worried for her disappeared grandchild.

Carol gets her relationship to a new level with the gut telling her he loves her. It was a pretty sweet scene and I must say I like this relationship of hers way better than the previous one. This guy and her fit better together.

And this episode even has a sort of Santa Clause to make it even more miracle like. The guy really looked like Santa, but I guess this isn't very original.

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