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Responsible Parties 

The ER has to deal with a stripper and some shady dealings from apparent FBI agents. Lucy reveals to Carter that she's still on Ritalin. Hathaway begins to reveal her pregnancy to those ... See full summary »

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John Carter
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Carol Hathaway
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Jeanie Boulet (credit only)
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Kerry Weaver
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Elizabeth Corday
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Lucy Knight
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Peter Benton
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Jerry Markovic
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Nurse Lydia Wright
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Nurse Haleh Adams
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Andrea Brodoff (as Moira Walley)
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Officer Reggie Moore
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Greg Mitchell
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Dr. McLucas
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The ER has to deal with a stripper and some shady dealings from apparent FBI agents. Lucy reveals to Carter that she's still on Ritalin. Hathaway begins to reveal her pregnancy to those closest to her, including a fax to Doug. Dr. Anspaugh decides that the trauma fellowship will go to Benton, who then faces anger from Romano and Corday. A car accident involving teenagers may have been alcohol-related and leaves one teenager with grievous third-degree burns. Written by Heather

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13 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Responsible Parties (#5.21)
24 February 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode we see the story of a horrible accident of teenagers who went to a prom and that involved drunk driving. I am sure we will get to see more about it in the next episode. So far it is a pretty good story with solid acting.

Carol's pregnancy comes more in the open. Weaver is very good at seeing what conditions others have it seems. She was spot on with Jeanie as well. Obviously Doug is not coming back. I am sure though this will still be a big topic including in the next season.

The story with the stripper and FBI was kind of mediocre, didn't really get much of it


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