ER: Season 6, Episode 14

All in the Family (17 Feb. 2000)

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

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ER (1994)'s closing credits are always a freeze frame taken from the episode just shown. For this one episode, the freeze frame is from 6x11 "The Domino Heart". This is the only time in the show's entire run that the freeze frame does not belong to the episode in question. See more »


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 »


Dr. Peter Benton: Carter, don't worry, I'm going to explore the abdomen. I'm going to check out everything.
Dr. John Carter: I'm glad it's you.
Dr. Peter Benton: Hey, I'm getting you through this, man. You hear me?
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References All in the Family (1971) See more »

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All in the Family
28 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Kerry comes into work to find a Valentines party still going she starts getting people back to work. The ER is slow, and so are the doctors in discovering Dr. Carter and Lucy both stabbed and bleeding to death in one of the trauma rooms, after previously being stabbed by a psych patient, one episode earlier. The ER springs into action to save their fellow co-workers who have both lost a lot of blood. Even Greene and Corday are called to the ER from a date they are having with their parents. While both sustain serious injuries, only Carter survives. The ER starts to get back to normal as each attending takes a moment for themselves. Carter talks to Benton in the end to discover Lucy is dead, and that he will make a complete recovery. The ER staff one-by-one learns of Lucy's fate and realize they must continue one staff member less.

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