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Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic 

Greene's daughter comes to live with him and Corday. Carter and Abby become more intimate. Chen must prove her skills while saving a baby. Weaver terminates Malucci after witnessing him having sex in an ambulance.

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Greene's daughter comes to live with him and Corday. Carter and Abby become more intimate. Chen must prove her skills while saving a baby. Weaver terminates Malucci after witnessing him having sex in an ambulance.

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Hallee Hirsh takes over the role of Rachel Greene. See more »

Goofs

When Dr. Greene leaves the room after Haleh tells him they need him right now, Jenn puts her hand to her forehead but in the next shot, it's on the table. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Dave Malucci: You're a sad, cold-hearted bitch, you know that?
Dr. Kerry Weaver: Someone call Security.
Dr. Dave Malucci: You may not like me, lady, but nobody here likes you.
Dr. Kerry Weaver: Get out.
Dr. Dave Malucci: You wanna know why this damn ER is do important to you, huh? Because it's the only thing you've got in your life.
[he takes off his ID badge and throws it at Weaver]
Dr. Dave Malucci: Nazi dyke.
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References The Andy Griffith Show (1960) See more »

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Escape (The Pina Colada Song)
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Written and performed by Rupert Holmes
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Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic (#8.3)
24 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Dr. Malucci gets fired. This is too sad, I liked the character, Eric Palladino did a good job and he was both an interesting character that also brought humor to the show. Well maybe this is not completely over, we'll see in the next episode. I am not quiet sure why Weaver dislikes him so much. The reason he got fired is kind of funny, but then if one thinks sex in an ambulance isn't as bad as what Carter did when stealing pain killers.

Mark's daughter now moves in with him and Elizabeth. Hallee Hirsh is new for this character and she is pretty good being the bad teenager. Wonder what it will be like for her to live with her dad and his new wife. Sure there will be trouble.

I kind of liked the scene when Romano made the sign language with Peter's son.


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