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Greene with Envy 

A recommendation from Weaver allows Jeanie to have temporary approval as a foster parent for baby Carlos. Reggie and Jeanie get married. Lucy and Kovac talk with a young woman whose husband they believe is very dangerous.

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Carol Hathaway
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Jeanie Boulet
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Kerry Weaver
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Lucy Knight
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Luka Kovac
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Cleo Finch
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Elaine Nichols
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Nurse Haleh Adams
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Nurse Connie Oligario
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A recommendation from Weaver allows Jeanie to have temporary approval as a foster parent for baby Carlos. Reggie and Jeanie get married. Lucy and Kovac talk with a young woman whose husband they believe is very dangerous.

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14 October 1999 (USA)  »

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This episode was also called "Lawrence of Northwestern". See more »

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While in the courthouse, Jeanie gives Carlos a bottle of juice, as a physicians assistant she should know that it's bad to give young children anything but water. See more »

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Dr. Robert Romano: The Chicago Gazette is sending over a reporter - mostly to do a fluff piece on me - but they also want to take a look at the ER.
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: Why are you telling me?
Dr. Robert Romano: Well, because you're gonna show them around. Let them see what heroes we all are. How we save kiddies' lives et cetera. You know? Blowing my trumpet?
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: Don't you do that better yourself?
Dr. Robert Romano: Look at you. Look at me. Who would you rather spend an hour with?
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: You have a point.
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References Teletubbies (1997) See more »

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Greene with Envy (#6.3)
3 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Weaver seems to really like Jeanie, now her recommendation let her foster that HIV baby. Guess there will be a story line on adoption. So far I am not too into it, it is a bit boring and the cliché of the silly daddy talking about playing baseball with a kid that is still a baby, a male one of course.

The rest of the stories also seemed somehow useless or underdone. Like the story with the shooting in the hospital, feels they haven't done enough.

And Luke provoking that man he thinks abusing is wife. What was that for, he knew right away nothing will be changed. If it was a way to make us learn about his personality, it doesn't look him very reasonable. Maybe another wy to make him more like Doug.


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