ER: Season 8, Episode 22

Lockdown (16 May 2002)

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Just when the ER is understaffed and swamped, two children who were brought in turn out to have full blown smallpox. The entire ER must be locked down. The staff needs to improvise while ... See full summary »

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Just when the ER is understaffed and swamped, two children who were brought in turn out to have full blown smallpox. The entire ER must be locked down. The staff needs to improvise while they battle not only the disease but also frayed tempers. Written by Hops Splurt

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When Carter checks Pratt for a fever, he uses the palm of his right hand on his forehead. When the camera zooms in, the back of his hand is being used. See more »

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[Jerry is talking to the news media over the phone]
Jerry Markovic: ...And we think that this may be smallpox.
[Dr. Lewis catches him]
Dr. Susan Lewis: Jerry?
Jerry Markovic: I'm just... talking to my mom.
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Lockdown (#8.22)
7 April 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a very eventful episode. At a busy day Carter looks at two kids who seem to have a small pox. So to stay safe they have to lock down the hospital and deal with the sick ones as well as the angry patients.

A pretty great idea and the season now has a cliffhanger as we are waiting to find out what exactly it is and how they will get to solve the problem.

I was pretty irritated by the people inside. Jeez, now those are some kids and not adults. Carter telling them that this was done to protect them and their families should not even have been necessary, everybody with a functional brain should grasp it.


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