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Orion in the Sky 

As Dr. Greene's brain tumor begins affecting his coordination, he becomes concerned that his fate will be similar to the terminally ill patients he treats.

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Robert Romano (credit only)
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Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na)
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As Dr. Greene's brain tumor begins affecting his coordination, he becomes concerned that his fate will be similar to the terminally ill patients he treats.

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4 April 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

First appearance in the series of Mekhi Phifer playing Dr Greg Pratt. See more »

Goofs

In 'Orion in the Sky', when Mark is leaving the hospital for the final time, his locker door opens to the left. However, in 'The Letter', when Carter is cleaning out the same locker, the door opens to the right. See more »

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[as Dr. Greene leaves the ER for the very last time]
Dr. Mark Greene: You set the tone, Carter.
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Orion in the Sky (#8.18)
6 April 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

And now Dr. Greene left the Emergency Room to try to live his final months or days outside of work.

I must saw I was bawling my eyes out. Mark Greene is one of my favorites in the show. I always liked him as the doctor he portrayed as well as the person. Always smart and kind. I still have to accept that he will be gone. But it is nice to see him accept his fate in this episode and try to make the best out of the end instead of fighting something that he cannot change.

So many moments in this episode....We get to see him still worrying about being pitied and not wanting to give up his work. And then we see him making his final big decision and telling Kerry not to let her work become her life.

I hope we still get to see him before he dies. But this episode was the real end of Dr. Greene. And I don't think it will be the same without him.


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