It's Christmas time and the ER staffers are in a festive mood. Dr. Benton is looking forward to having his first Christmas with newborn son Reece. He also gains a bit of notoriety when a blind man he is treating can suddenly see. Dr. Corday is looking forward to going home for the holidays but one of her patients comes out of a coma just as she is about to leave and decides to spend the holidays in Chicago. Kerry Weaver starts a relationship with Dr. Ellis West. Mark Greene treats an elderly woman who is savagely beaten and raped. Now that his lawsuit is out of the way, he tries to make amends to the family that was suing him. He also learns that girlfriend Cynthia has a shocking secret. John Carter's grandmother visits Carol Hathaway's clinic with her other grandson, Chase. John is none too pleased when he catches Chase shooting up in the family limo. Carol decides that the time has come for her relationship with Doug Ross to be made public but he has a surprise for her. Written by
Did You Know?
The title is a line from the Christmas song "Do You Hear What I Hear?" written by Noel Regney (lyrics) and Gloria Shayne Baker (music) as a plea for peace during the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962). The song was originally recorded by the Harry Simeone Chorale, but it was Bing Crosby
's recording (1963) that was the most popular and is still played at Christmas time today (2009). See more
Look, I don't have AIDS, ok? I don't sleep with gay guys or druggies.
Neither did I.