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Do One, Teach One, Kill One (5 Oct. 1995)

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Carter gets his first official patient while Doug treats a four-year-old Asian boy who has AIDS.

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Carter gets his first official patient. Unfortunately, something goes awry. Doug treats a four-year-old Asian boy with AIDS who has been given a deadly combination of medicines. Susan, who has enough trouble as it is with Chloe and little Susie, clashes again with Weaver. Wendy conducts interviews with several ER staff members for an article about Mark. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Nurse Haleh Adams: I've known Mark Greene since he was a wet-behind-the-ears med student. He had the most beautiful curly blond hair, and so polite. All I'd do was ask and he would be cleaning the bedpans and changing the sheets. He was the best scut-puppy I ever had.
Nurse Wendy Goldman: So would you say that, back then, he was sort of 'green'?
Nurse Haleh Adams: No, Wendy, I would never say that.
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Do One, Teach One, Kill One (#2.3)
27 November 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty good episode where a lot is happening. I liked Carter's story. When he got his first patient I felt so good for him and I must say I was pretty shocked how it went. Poor Carter, but a good idea to give him that little traumatic experience. The new doctor student seems to be much better fitting to him as a friend than last year's.

Carol also has some crazy incident on paramedics. It is actually a great idea to add this part of ER as they get to go outside. I though felt horrible for those poor bunnies.

Now wonder if Chloe will be back soon. The way it was going Susan was being the main caregiver for little Susie anyways, are they heading somewhere with it?.

And it was nice to recognize again one of the guest performers, Lucy Liu before her career has taken off.


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