Dr. Nate Lennox, a former professor with ALS, is brought in as the progression of his disease is chronicled through his own flashbacks as he is treated by each of the doctors at one point. ... See full summary »

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Dr. Nate Lennox, a former professor with ALS, is brought in as the progression of his disease is chronicled through his own flashbacks as he is treated by each of the doctors at one point. As Lennox wants to give up, Abby fights to convince him to keep on fighting. Written by Marcos

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2 February 2006 (USA)  »

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In the flashback to 2002, Pratt tells Dr. Lennox few staff are working because they're at Greene's funeral. Chen and Romano are said to be working in the hospital. However, in the episode "On the Beach" (# 8.21), they were both at Greene's funeral. See more »

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References Medal of Honor (1999) See more »

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2 February 2006 | by (Vancouver, Canada) – See all my reviews

There is an error in this episode. The Fran Bevens character played by Ally Walker mistakenly refers to Dr. Kovac as Dr. Carter the first time she meets him in the treatment room. If you listen, you can hear her recognize Kovac as he enters the room. She says "Dr. Carter", which is the name of the character played by Noah Wylie. None of the other actors respond to the error so perhaps no one caught it, or they had to leave it in for some reason. It is nice to see Ally Walker on TV again! The writing and acting on this episode was really great. I liked the flash backs. They look convincing but I think they were filmed just for this episode. Does anyone know if that is so? Also the power struggle between Abby and Fran is really well played.


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