ER: Season 1, Episode 21

House of Cards (6 Apr. 1995)

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Dr. Greene is still having trouble dealing with cases in the ER and the new Chief of Staff is growing increasingly concerned. Greene also faces a difficult peer review to examine his ... See full summary »



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Dr. Greene is still having trouble dealing with cases in the ER and the new Chief of Staff is growing increasingly concerned. Greene also faces a difficult peer review to examine his handling of the Jodi O'Brien case. Dr. Benton takes on the difficult task of telling his mother that she must be placed in a home with full-time care. Susan's very pregnant sister Chloe returns to live with her. Dr Ross deals with the case of a young girl with a heart condition while Ross and Carter encounter a patient who refuses treatment for tuberculosis. When Benton asks Deb Chen and Carter to submit their procedures book in a few days, Deb feels she has to get a few more procedures under her belt if she's to best her fellow student. Unfortunately, her eagerness leads to near tragedy for a patient. Written by garykmcd

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When Carter is helping Ross get a urine sample from the baby, the baby urinates on him. He quickly jumps away. However, in the next shot, he is still bent over the baby and jumps away again. See more »

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House of Cards (#1.21)
24 November 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A very well done episode as every story kept one interested. I specially liked Peter bringing his mom to the nursing home Him telling her and her getting into the car was so sad. Beah Richards did great acting in the episode.

I also like how they continue with Dr. Greene's struggle about the lost patient. His issues with it and the way everyone around tries to help him dealing with it is very well done.

Also great to see Chloe back, we'll see how it goes now, I assume she will have the baby soon. Another thing to look forward is what deb will do now. I am sure she will stay in medicine but it might be a good storyline. Was nice to see crater trying to help her, they will become more friends than competitors now.

The two old ladies with the dog who mixed up the glasses was a pretty cute story, made one really laugh.

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