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Secrets and Lies 

After some staff members are caught going through a dominatrix's bag, Weaver makes them attend a sexual harassment seminar, where they learn about each other.

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Mark Greene (credit only)
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Kerry Weaver
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Elizabeth Corday (credit only)
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Robert Romano (credit only)
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Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na)
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Nurse Chuny Marquez
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Nurse Malik McGrath
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Nurse Yosh Takata
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Frank Martin
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After some staff members are caught going through a dominatrix's bag, Weaver makes them attend a sexual harassment seminar, where they learn about each other.

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dominatrix | reference to pbs | See All (2) »

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7 March 2002 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Luka says that he plays Hamlet in his native Croatia every year. This is certainly true of actor Goran Visnjic. See more »

Goofs

When Carter resets the Dominatrix's dislocated finger, the position of his hand on her fingers changes in between shots. See more »

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[Debating the finer points of reality TV vs. classic TV]
Dr. John Carter: I just think that TV is a vast wasteland.
Abby Lockhart: Oh I'm *sorry* I meant to watch 'La Boheme' on PBS last night but I had to go the symphony.
Dr. John Carter: I watch television, just not that dehumanizing crap. Seriously, what's next? Televised executions? Bear Baiting? Torture Channel?
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References 101 Dalmatians (1961) See more »

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Secrets and Lies (#8.16)
6 April 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a bit of an unusual episode but I loved it very much. It came in a good time when now they get rid of both Peter and Mark I enjoyed getting to now the other important characters better and maybe like them more.

It was surprising how they reacted so negatively to the sex toys but this is what brought us this amazing situation, so I won't complain.

The episode feels a bit like a Breakfast Club ER style. We get to know the characters better and they confront each other on their prejudices and behavior. Very great to see them so open and talk about their past and where they came from to become who they are.

I am just kind of sad for Susan and Carter. Well as long as they stay great friends, which they should be.

And it had also a bunch of fun moments, including the one where Weaver finds a dildo in her locker.


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