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Rampage 

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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John Carter
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Elizabeth Corday
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Luka Kovac
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Abby Lockhart
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Cleo Finch
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Dave Malucci
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Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na)
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Peter Benton
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Nurse Lydia Wright
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Frank Martin
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Mr. Jeffries
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Nurse Haleh Adams
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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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17 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Features Eric Lloyd, who worked with Elizabeth Mitchell in The Santa Clause 2 (2002). See more »

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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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