Carter and Lucy are discovered and the staff struggles to save them and go on with normal patient care.

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Carter and Lucy are discovered and the staff struggles to save them and go on with normal patient care.

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17 February 2000 (USA)  »

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This episode won an Emmy for Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing (Kevin Casey). It was also nominated for Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and for director Jonathan Kaplan. See more »

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In a long close-up on Lucy's face before Dr. Weaver covers her with the bed sheet, you can see Kellie Martin's pulse going in her neck. See more »

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[while treating Carter who has been stabbed to the back]
Dr. Jing-Mei 'Deb' Chen: Right pupil is five millimeters and reactive, left is- John! John!
[Carter regains consciousness]
Dr. John Carter: Deb?
Dr. Jing-Mei 'Deb' Chen: Look at me. D'you know where you are?
Dr. John Carter: My back.
Dr. Jing-Mei 'Deb' Chen: You were stabbed. We've got your pressure up.
Dr. John Carter: Lucy?
Officer Tom Bennini: John, I'm officer Bennini, did you see the man that stabbed you?
[Carter shakes his head]
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References All in the Family (1971) See more »

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All in the Family (#6.14)
7 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The last episode ended in a horrifying way that made it impossible for one to wait for later to find out how it ends. And this one started on from there. The episode is absolutely high quality with amazing acting, story and outcome.

The finding of Carter and Lucy by Weaver alone was already greatly done. People having a party not suspecting anything and then her walking on them laying there in blood for hours. Laura Innes is always a great actress, but she sure got to show it a lot in this episode with her incredible emotional roller-coaster.

The whole episode is very intense as the staff has to save people who are very close to them, practically their work family. This is another thing that makes it so amazing, so much tension.

David Krumholtzalso does a great job as the schizophrenic who stabs Carter and Lucy. One actually sympathizes with him.

Watching Benton save Carter was also a great thing. Benton hasn't been his mentor forever, but one can still feel the special connection the two have which they perfectly showed in this episode.

Sad to see Lucy go! She was one of my favorite characters, there is so much more one could have done with her. But she left the show in the best way ever. This is a very memorable episode and greatly done. Kellie Martin played the final time of Lucy very well.


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