ER: Season 3, Episode 10

Homeless for the Holidays (19 Dec. 1996)

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Mark and Kerry have to create a policy regarding HIV-positive employees, which leads to gossip amongst the nurses.

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It's not a happy Christmas for Dennis Gant. His girlfriend calls to tell him she wont be joining him for the holidays and then John Carter cancels his invitation to spend Christmas with the Carters when he gets the chance to spend time with Dr. Keaton. Drs. Greene and Weaver are ordered by Anspaugh to develop a policy on HIV-positive employees. Dr. Maggie Doyle treats a battered woman with a fractured cheekbone and helps her get into a shelter. Mark Greene's idea for a Christmas gift for his daughter doesn't quite work out as planned. Benton wants to do another rotation in pediatric surgery but Dr. Keaton won't give him a recommendation. Written by garykmcd

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Jorja Fox, whose credit so far on the series was listed as Jorjan Fox, finally gets her name spelled correctly in the opening credits. See more »

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When the paramedics bring one of the patients (with the blue dress) into the trauma room, Carol looks directly at the camera for a second. See more »

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[Mark is trying to feed a patient's dog a donut]
Nurse Haleh Adams: No good?
Dr. Mark Greene: No, and I've tried PB&J, cookies, fruitcake...
Randi Fronczak: Nobody likes fruitcake.
Dr. Mark Greene: I thought dogs ate everything.
Randi Fronczak: Why don't you take him down to the morgue and have him beg for some table scraps.
[Mark's beeper goes off]
Dr. Mark Greene: That's Mr. Collins. Maybe he knows what you like to eat.
[Mark reaches out to pet the dog, and the dog snaps and growls at him]
Nurse Haleh Adams: I think he likes you.
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Homeless for the Holidays (#3.10)
23 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

It was interesting to watch the story of Jeanie develop. For once it was great to see the discussions between Mark and Kerry. Mark is such a character that one sees that he was not being bigoted even as one disagrees with him. And the moment when he lets Jeanie give him stitches was beautiful. So well thought through and executed. So was conversation Carol had with Jeanie. It is actually beautiful how it folded out, a great Christmas episode.

Also I am glad Mark got that adorable doggie now. And there is nothing wrong with mixed breeds! Don't support breeders, better adopt those wonderful dogs out there who may die in shelters because some people want to make money on breeding dogs and others care more about the brand even when it comes to a living being.


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