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Just as I Am 

Dr. Weaver meets her birth mother, but their relationship changes when Kerrie reveals she is gay. Dr. Carter causes a commotion when he confronts a couple hoping to scam some painkillers.

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John Carter
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Abby Lockhart
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Gregory Pratt
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Luka Kovac
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Susan Lewis
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Neela Rasgotra
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Samantha Taggart
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Ray Barnett
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Helen Kingsley
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Jake Scanlon
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Dr. Lucien Dubenko
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Jane Figler
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Jerry Markovic
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Nurse Chuny Marquez
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Dr. Weaver meets her birth mother, but their relationship changes when Kerrie reveals she is gay. Dr. Carter causes a commotion when he confronts a couple hoping to scam some painkillers.

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10 February 2005 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the book 'Just as I Am', the 1997 autobiography of the Reverend Billy Graham. See more »

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When Jane Figler is talking to the woman with dementia in the wheelchair about the woman's roast being ready, the blue cloth in the woman's hands changes position in between shots. See more »

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Dr. Kerry Weaver: Watch out for those lesbians they've ruined our God gifted life.
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Just as I Am (#11.14)
25 April 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

So Kerry finally meets her mother. I really like how they did it, it was a bit unexpected. And they did it pretty well by showing the insecurity of the characters dealing with each other while still being happy to find somebody they were looking for. Unfortunately Kerry's mom is a woman of faith and can't really accept that Kerry is gay. While I think it is absolutely awful, they managed still to make the woman not somebody one hates. And the end of her and Kerry hugging each other after Kerry aid that she wants no love without acceptance was beautiful. I wonder if it is the last we saw about her mother. Seems like it, it was almost like a closure.

Also got to laugh a bit from that fight caused by people who wanted drugs where Neela almost got to hit somebody with a bed pan on the head.


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