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Fevers of Unknown Origin 

In order to avoid having to deal with her personal problems regarding little Susie, Susan wholly absorbs herself in her work.

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Jeanie Boulet (credit only)
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Joe, Chloe's Boyfriend
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Ms. Crandell, Blind Woman
Mariangela Pino ...
Ms. Dellanova
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Joanne Barris
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Mr. Dellanova
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Susan doesn't want to think about the fact Chloe gets custody of little Susie and wholly absorbs herself in her work. Which gains recognition from Kerry and Mark, who are thinking about who could be next year's chief resident. Kerry meanwhile hopes she'll be chosen Resident of the Year. To be able to graduate, Carter has to do a pediatric rotation. He'll have to help Doug out the next couple of weeks. Doug in the meantime takes on with Karen, who his father has also taken on with. Shep gets more and more aggressive and shoves a boy interfering with his work. The boy ends up in the ER. Mark and Jennifer have agreed to talk about their divorce. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Drama | Romance

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2 May 1996 (USA)  »

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Randi Fronczak: I don't believe in divorce.
Dr. Mark Greene: I always suspected you were an old fashioned girl.
Randi Fronczak: I don't believe in marriage either.
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Fevers of Unknown Origin (#2.20)
6 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Susan finally has to do the hard thing. Chloe and her fiancé take little Susie. The scene of them going away is pretty hard breaking, and it was pretty sad observing Susan through the whole episode when she was dealing with that pain. Good acting.

It is a pretty interesting twist for the Dr. Benton story. Not only were the cases included into the study but this was also the doctor who nominated him. Could it be because he ended up feeling guilty and went back to ethical research because of Peter?.

Doug's story makes the show a bit more soap opery, not that I am complaining, if done right it can be entertaining.


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