ER: Season 7, Episode 22

Rampage (17 May 2001)

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The ER is flooded with foster care home residents, attacked by a shooter bent on tracking down his son, who , with the help of Dr. Green, was put into the foster care system amid allegations he was being abused by his father.

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The ER is flooded with foster care home residents, attacked by a shooter bent on tracking down his son, who , with the help of Dr. Green, was put into the foster care system amid allegations he was being abused by his father.

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Dr. Robert Romano: You had better choose your battles very carefully, Kerry. You are the Chief of Emergency Medicine. Not the County's lesbian advocate.
Dr. Kerry Weaver: That's where you are wrong, Robert. I am the Chief of Emergency Medicine and I am a lesbian. And if you pursue this matter any further I'll take it to the County Board of Supervisors, the ACLU, the press and anyone else who cares to listen. So I suggest that you choose your battles very carefully.
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Rampage (#7.22)
19 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

So the story that I didn't even mention in my review about an abusive father whose kid is brought to a foster care didn't end. The man goes on shooting rampages through foster cares looking for his child and the ER is full with patients who had gun shot wounds. A very full of action episode. We also get a scare about Elizabeth when police rushes there and she and the baby are not at home.

The ending is very powerful. Mark deliberately lets the man die as he is too angry at him to save his life. The moment of him making the shocks into the air while the man looks at him were greatly done. This is something I usually criticize Luka for, and now one of my favorites did it as well. And yet I am not mad at him, I guess because for him it is such an unusual thing, he usually lets his emotions out of it. Let's see how it plays out in the next season.

Besides that what else we see to come is Abby and Carter's relationship, Cleo might have gotten HIV and Kerry standing up for Kim whom Romano is firing mainly because she is gay.


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