ER: Season 7, Episode 3

Mars Attacks (26 Oct. 2000)

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Dr. Carter is allowed a cautious restart with small steps. An extremely blond Dr. Malucci is very curious who's made Dr. Chen pregnant. Dr. Benton has been written out of all the hospital's... See full summary »



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Dr. Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na)


Dr. Carter is allowed a cautious restart with small steps. An extremely blond Dr. Malucci is very curious who's made Dr. Chen pregnant. Dr. Benton has been written out of all the hospital's systems and is stunned by Dr. Romano. An unfortunate incident at a Science Fiction convention makes it look like scenes from the movie 'Mars Attacks'. Written by Qultlifter

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First appearance in the series of Elizabeth Mitchell playing Dr Kim Legaspi, the woman who would be the first to make Kerry Weaver discover her true sexuality. Mitchell's character would appear in the series for a total of 14 episodes. See more »


Dr. Jing-Mei Chen: Why would you give yourself Doberman ears?
Willie: They're Vulcan.
Dr. Jing-Mei Chen: Is that like a Shih Tzu?
Nurse Abby Lockhart: Uh, no, I think he means like Mr. Spock. On Star Trek.
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Mars Attacks (#7.3)
13 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The episode is pretty fun in many parts as we have some people from some sort of science fiction convention. Among them was also Eric Stonestreet who has cut his ears to make them look like Spock's.

It is also a good part to see Carter and Abby both dealing with the working without having their previous responsibility. I actually don't get why Luka wasn't understanding why Abby not being legally covered to work there was indeed a great reason not to let her, some of those doctors sometimes act like very dumb or like little kids.

The kid that Carter was taking care of was absolutely adorable, he must have made it look to him like not always being in trauma is rewarding too.

I wonder if who made Jing Mei pregnant will actually be important. Oh I would love it if it would be Romano!

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