ER: Season 1, Episode 25

Everything Old Is New Again (18 May 1995)

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It's Carter's last day in the ER and finally fed up with Dr. Benton's apparent indifference, rejoices when he learns that he gets to write an appraisal on him. He subsequently regrets his ... See full summary »



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It's Carter's last day in the ER and finally fed up with Dr. Benton's apparent indifference, rejoices when he learns that he gets to write an appraisal on him. He subsequently regrets his negative input when he gets offered the surgical sub-internship he'd hoped for and learns that Benton gave him a glowing appraisal. He also spends a good part of the day with young leukemia victim who is fed up with life. Benton and Jeanie Boulet's relationship reaches a crossroads. Mark Greene is offered an attending position at the hospital but also learns that he is being sued for malpractice over his handling of the Jodi O'Brien case. The big day for Carol Hathaway and Tag is here but doubts creep in and one of them gets left standing at the altar. Written by garykmcd

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Everything Old Is New Again (#1.25)
26 November 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

And so the season is over. Not just for us but also for Carter who is off for summer. Luckily we know he will be back next fall for a new position. I loved him working with Peter. And this episode the story about their evaluations was especially sweet. We find out how well Peter thinks of Carter and what an awesome review he gave him as well as helping him to get his position. And Carter who made a negative review out of madness still got a chance to give a real one.

The story of Carol and Tag was always boring for me and so was the ending of it. Somehow one could predict how it will end. But at least it is over and will not be back next season.

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