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And Baby Makes Two 

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

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Mark Greene
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Susan Lewis
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John Carter
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Carol Hathaway
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Peter Benton
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Jerry Markovic
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Carrie Deal
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Mei-Sun Leow (as Lucy Alexis Liu)
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Nurse Malik McGrath
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Nurse Haleh Adams
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Henry Lewis
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Susan continues to struggle raising little Suzie on her own. She asks her parents for help, otherwise she see little choice but to put her up for adoption. Doug Ross and med student Harper have a particularly rough day when they twice have to perform a particularly painful procedure on little Chia-Chia who is dying of AIDS. One of the nurses helps prostitute Loretta Sweet dress for a regular job interview. When Benton learns that a frequently battered woman's husband is a police officer, he finds a creative way to deal with the situation. The nurses have to deal with a number of junkies trying to get free drugs. New desk clerk Randi shows off some of her clothing designs. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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19 October 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The fountain that Susan is sitting on with Little Susie is the same fountain used in the opening credits of Friends. See more »

Quotes

[Loretta is a prostitute]
Loretta Sweet: I bet you see some stuff working here.
Nurse Lydia Wright: Oh, like you don't.
Loretta Sweet: At least my clients don't die on me, except for that one guy.
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References And Baby Makes Two (1953) See more »

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Blackbird
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Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney
Sung by Sherry Stringfield
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