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Sand and Water 

A young couple cope with their baby being premature; Greene and Corday struggle with their relationship.

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A young couple cope with their baby being premature; Greene and Corday struggle with their relationship.

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19 October 2000 (USA)  »

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The title "Sand and Water" comes from the Beth Nielsen Chapman song that plays several times in the final segments of the episode. See more »

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Dr. Elizabeth Corday: That's it, then! I'm not staying here anymore!
Dr. Mark Greene: Here we go.
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: Every faucet leaks, your toilet actually rocks!
Dr. Mark Greene: I kinda like that.
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: And there are creatures scurrying about in the walls. Do you know what scurries about in walls, Mark?
Dr. Mark Greene: ...Bunnies?
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Sand And Water
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By Beth Nielson Chapman
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Sand and Water (#7.2)
13 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I really liked the main patient stories of this episode. Here we have the old woman dying and her partner who has lived with her all life can't do anything about it, the one to make the decision is the brother who doesn't know them too well.

The story about the premature birth is also pretty good. One can feel bad for the couple and even understand why they grieve such a premature baby.

And it looks like there is more interesting to come in the future. Abby being Carter's sponsor will be an interesting move in the character relationship.


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