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Nobody's Baby 

Much to Ray's dislike, a surrogate mother in labor doesn't want to have a C-section and endangers the life of the baby. Meanwhile, Sam tells Luka she and Alex are moving out. Pratt meets ... See full summary »

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Much to Ray's dislike, a surrogate mother in labor doesn't want to have a C-section and endangers the life of the baby. Meanwhile, Sam tells Luka she and Alex are moving out. Pratt meets his half-brother and -sister, and Abby makes a difficult decision about a young boy. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Drama | Romance

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29 September 2005 (USA)  »

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This episode does not mention that Dr. Susan Lewis has left. See more »

Goofs

On episode #12.2, "Nobody's Baby, Drew", one of the nasty women from the train, hurts her ankle. On the platform, when Neela checks her out it is her left ankle but when we see her later in the ER with her ankle elevated on a pillow, it is her right ankle that is bruised. See more »

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[Luka and Abby are talking about Sam's decision to move out of Luka's apartment]
Dr. Luka Kovac: I have a feeling it's a communication problem.
Abby Lockhart: Well, if you're not sure, it probably is. Sorry. Uh... if you want to talk about it.
Dr. Luka Kovac: No, no. I mean, if I wanted to talk about it, Sam probably wouldn't be moving out.
Abby Lockhart: Thanks, Luka.
[Luka looks at her, quizzically]
Abby Lockhart: I always thought it was my fault that things didn't work out between us, but now I know it was you.
[Luka smiles broadly, then laughs]
Dr. Luka Kovac: Hey, no problem.
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References Frankenstein (1931) See more »

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Good Acting
22 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was very impressed with Shane West's acting out of the character in this episode!A very emotional and heart breaking story, which makes you treasure what you have in life!A real tear jerker if you ask me! Standing firmly to his believes and trying to bring them across, he not only convinced Me, but i think all the rest of his audience also! Trying to fight for a little life and convincing people to do the right thing is not always easy. It seemed he really put himself into the story, lived it and felt it and made it come to life!I think he gave his best and definitely deserves two thumbs up for his acting in this episode!


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