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If I Should Fall from Grace 

A new medical student, Michael Gallant, arrives in the ER. He's supposed to be working under Dr. Carter's supervision but John's grandmother is unwell. Elizabeth Corday is convinced that ... See full summary »

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Mark Greene
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Kerry Weaver (credit only)
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Robert Romano
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Luka Kovac
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Cleo Finch
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Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na) (credit only)
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Peter Benton
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Rachel Greene
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Nurse Chuny Marquez
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Nurse Malik McGrath
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A new medical student, Michael Gallant, arrives in the ER. He's supposed to be working under Dr. Carter's supervision but John's grandmother is unwell. Elizabeth Corday is convinced that other doctors are refusing to work with her as a result of the mysterious deaths. Mark Green thinks she's overreacting but she's determined to find out what happened to her patients. Abby and Luka argue over the attention he is paying to a trainee nurse's aide. Dr. Benton's finds himself in court to retain custody of his son, Reese. Carter and Susan Lewis treat a young woman who is both a law and a medical student. Green has to collect his daughter at school when she is suspended. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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8 November 2001 (USA)  »

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First appearance in the series of Sharif Atkins as Michael Gallant. See more »

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Dr. Susan Lewis: [sitting beside Carter beside his pool waiting for his grandmother to come home, after talking about his stabbing and subsequent drug addiction] Why do I feel like a school kid sitting out here?
Dr. John Carter: Must be the adolescent sexual tension.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [chuckles] That's it.
Dr. John Carter: You know I used to have a crush on you.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Used to?
Dr. John Carter: It's all coming back to me now.
Dr. Susan Lewis: [pauses] I used to have a crush on you too.
Dr. John Carter: Liar.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I did! You were cute, real cute, but...
Dr. John Carter: But?
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