Even though he suffers from intense pain due to his stabbing injuries, Carter returns to work and prescribes a controversial procedure for a suicidal patient. Greene tries to convince his father to undergo cancer treatment.
Did You Know?
The end credit "In memory of Michael C. Claypool
" commemorates the death of the show's set decorator. Claypool died of cancer in March 2000, the second series contributor to die of the disease in the sixth season (the other being Christopher Salamunovich
who received a similar credit in 6x01 "Leave It to Weaver"). See more
Do you remember, you always wanted to grow a watermelon tree. You saved all those seeds and then snuck out and planted them in your mother's petunias.
Dr. Mark Greene
Never did get a watermelon.
No, but you sure killed off all the petunias.
References First Blood