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Be Still My Heart 

Dr. Greene and Corday bond with their parents, Lucy cares for a patient with a psychotic break, and Valentine's Day celebrations in the ER end tragically for one of the students.

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Dr. Greene and Corday bond with their parents, Lucy cares for a patient with a psychotic break, and Valentine's Day celebrations in the ER end tragically for one of the students.

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10 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Anton Yelchin's first television series appearance. He was eleven years old. See more »

Goofs

During the scene where the young boy is viewing his dead parents in the Trauma rooms, the camera pans across the room with actors following. In the background, a crew member can be seen crouching down in the back of the shot, and his shadow reveals him ducking out of the room as soon as he is out of shot again. Actor is visible against the far wall, between the stretcher and the door frame in the foreground. See more »

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Dr. John Carter: Oh, Lucy didn't suture that leg lac yet? The guy's been here for four hours. Where is she?
Nurse Lily Jarvik: Still waiting on psyche consult and patient's in curtain 3.
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References Gigi (1958) See more »

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Be Still My Heart (#6.13)
6 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a really excellent episode, what a roller coaster! We have some great and positive moments, some very sad ones and some actually horrible.

Let start with the positive ones. Dr. Romano grows more and more on me, and him caring about his dog more than about human patients makes me like him even more. And the dinner Elizabeth and Mark had with their parents was actually pretty positive and a fun experience, especially watching the two of them sing.

Lots of the usual sad moments, as Abby noticed ER is different from OB, people die here. In this episode they came with a pretty sad idea when both parents of two kids die in the car accident. The boy going to see his dead parents was pretty sad. As well as the doctors telling them what happened...The words written for the adults don't seem to be right for the kids to be told their parents are dead.

And the ending was absolutely gripping. Can't wait to see what happens now. It is like part of a horror movie with a psycho who stabs both Carter and Lucy.


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