ER: Season 3, Episode 8

Union Station (21 Nov. 1996)

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It's Susan's last day. Carol stands up for her nurses when one of them is being rotated to another department.

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It's Susan Lewis' last day and Mark Greene is still hesitating to tell her exactly how he feels. Baby Megan finally leaves the hospital but Benton feels awkward accepting the parents' thanks. Dr. Carter and Dr. Keaton are seeing each other, but are doing their best to make sure it's all hush hush. Doug Ross keeps working on the mobile clinic and again meets Charlie, a teenager he treated previously. Nurse Hathaway pushes back when one of her nurses is to be rotated out to another department. Nurse Lydia Wright decides to return her wedding dress when her policeman boyfriend puts off their wedding again but he makes special arrangements. Written by garykmcd

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For the episode "Union Station", in order to keep Sherry Stringfield's departure a secret, false copies of the script circulated amongst the production staff. Only writer Carol Flint, director Tom Moore, the shooting crew, Stringfield, and Anthony Edwards knew the ending ahead of time, and it was filmed on location in Chicago the Saturday before the episode was slated to air. Editor Kevin Casey got a call the following Monday from a confused assistant saying that the footage of the final scene which had just arrived did not match the script. Flint eventually set them both straight and Casey went to work, editing right up to the airdate. NBC didn't even know what was actually going to happen before the episode aired. See more »

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When Susan and Mark are at the train station, Susan's scarf moves each time she appears on camera. See more »

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Dr. Mark Greene: [chasing after Lewis' train, shouting] Susan! Susan! Susan!
Dr. Susan Lewis: Mark!... My God, are you okay? You came to say goodbye?
Dr. Mark Greene: No... stay. I want you to stay.
Dr. Susan Lewis: But, Mark, I...
Dr. Mark Greene: I love you. And I'm stupid for not saying it before.
Dr. Susan Lewis: No, it's OK. I knew. In a way I knew.
Dr. Mark Greene: We belong together. Tell me you don't feel the same.
Dr. Susan Lewis: I'm sorry.
Dr. Mark Greene: We're right together.
Dr. Susan Lewis: Mark, you are my best friend in the whole world, I don't know how I'm gonna make it without you.
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Referenced in Boy Meets World: A Long Walk to Pittsburgh: Part 1 (1997) See more »

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Union Station (#3.8)
22 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A pretty good episode that is especially great to watch for somebody who always liked Susan and Mark.

The wedding in the ER was already a great idea. It so well showed the dynamics of something always happening around and workers always having to be around which is why nurse Lydia just made it there.

And during the wedding it was great to see Mark and Susan exchanging their looks.

And all the action of him running to her train. Yes, it was a bit cheesy but it didn't feel wrong at all, and them saying I love you at the platform was beautiful. Sad to see her go, but hope this wasn't over.


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