ER: Season 7, Episode 11

Rock, Paper, Scissors (11 Jan. 2001)

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Benton and Cleo clash over his deceased nephew's girlfriend. They finally agree to call a social worker. Benton confesses his love to Cleo. The spinal surgery malpractice suit is settled by... See full summary »



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Benton and Cleo clash over his deceased nephew's girlfriend. They finally agree to call a social worker. Benton confesses his love to Cleo. The spinal surgery malpractice suit is settled by employing a technicality: the equipment used was later recalled by the manufacturer. But Corday now doubts her abilities as a surgeon. Written by Anonymous

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The title refers to the "rock-paper-scissors" hand game played by two or more people that can either be played for fun or be used as a selection method such as flipping a coin or throwing dice. See more »


Bishop Stewart: Everyone deserves to be comforted in their darkest hour.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Too bad you weren't there to comfort the little girl he killed.
Bishop Stewart: I didn't need to be. God was there.
Dr. Luka Kovac: Was he?
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Rock, Paper, Scissors (#7.11)
17 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

After the past few episodes this one seems to be more calm, but it is still pretty intense. Mark is recovering pretty fast and glad to see him doing well, can't wait to see him work again.

Elizabeth got off the hook in her case as well. She still gets to see Al Patterson though who says he won't forgive her. Alan Dale was pretty good in this role. Pretty different from who he was in OC.

Sorry for Kynesha. I really would rather see Peter adopt her and separate from Cleo. Would have been a more interesting story, but it looks like it will go a different way.

And Kerry is now starting something with Kim??? No way, I actually would have trouble to see her in any kind of relationship although I love her character's personality.

Seriously, I feel Luka will leave the show by going to jail because they will find out that he didn't give enough help to people who caused an accident, killed somebody etc. I would bet on it now, he is such a judgemental and annoying character.

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