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Ask Me No Questions, I'll Tell You No Lies 

Carol worries about her physics exam while Mark is heart-broken about Susan's departure and focuses solely on his job.



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With Susan Lewis now gone, the ER is short one doctor and Mark Greene decides to re-organize the distribution of work. Carol Hathaway frets over her midterm physics exam. Benton prepares for a particularly difficult pediatric surgery only to be pulled out at the last moment to assist Morgenstern in a routine procedure. Jeanie Boulet's husband Al is treated by Greene and now wonders about Jeanie's condition. When she denies her HIV status, Greene isn't prepared to take her word for it and checks her file. Dr. Keaton informs Carter that she is going away. Dennis Gant is having trouble keeping up with the heavy workload. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance




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12 December 1996 (USA)  »

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Dr. Doug Ross: It looks like snow.
Carol Hathaway: It smells like snow.
Dr. Doug Ross: Carol, what does that mean?
Carol Hathaway: You can smell snow coming. It has a smell.
Dr. Doug Ross: It smells like burritos.
Carol Hathaway: Look, what are we going to do about Mark?
Dr. Doug Ross: Put him on a plane or have him killed.
Carol Hathaway: I don't think I can take this much longer, you know? Maybe you should talk to him.
Dr. Doug Ross: I talked to him once, he said he was okay. Ask him again, it gets a little weird.
Carol Hathaway: Ohh, you'd be violating the guy code.
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Ask Me No Questions, I'll Tell You No Lies (#3.9)
23 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The main story in this episode would be the HIV one about Jeanie. It is now going into new developments as Mark finds it out in a pretty unethical manner and now wants to keep her away from working with patients. We'll see how it goes now, one really feels for Jeanie and hopes that she will make it and be able to do her work. At the same time it seems Mark is like this now because of Susan leaving so I am kind of hoping that he is just letting it out on the wrong person and will see his mistake soon.

Other than that it was mainly easygoing, not very strong stories and it just feels that more is about to come.

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