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Vanishing Act 

Lucy finally admits to Carter that she doesn't know how to start an IV. Weaver interviews for the job as the ER Chief. Benton keeps his son's disease a secret. Jeanie intervenes when she ... See full summary »

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Mark Greene
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John Carter
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Carol Hathaway
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Kerry Weaver
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Lucy Knight
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Jerry Markovic
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Nurse Haleh Adams
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Dr. Dale Edson
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Dr. Jack Kayson
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Dana Ellis
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Lucy finally admits to Carter that she doesn't know how to start an IV. Weaver interviews for the job as the ER Chief. Benton keeps his son's disease a secret. Jeanie intervenes when she finds out a liver transplant candidate is drinking again, and later asks Doug if she can be assigned to work for his pedes project in the ER. Corday gets stuck as the intern of dismissive and insulting Dr. Dale Edson. Written by Heather

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15 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Jeanie Boulet: You need some help.
Dr. Doug Ross: Okay. Take rashes.
Jeanie Boulet: I was thinking something more permanent.
Dr. Doug Ross: Allergies?
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Vanishing Act (#5.4)
19 February 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Lucy's story in this episode about having lost a body was a pretty great one. It was just too funny with her going through the hospital looking for a dead man. This character is pretty good. And finally her not being able to IV comes out. So now Carter is teaching her a lesson about it being about patients.

Dr Corday now becoming an intern was pretty good. I wonder how long they will go on with it. I am pretty sure she will get saved somehow and be a doctor again.

And dr. Weaver is still competing for the position. I think soon they will shock us that her good interview wasn't good enough. Too bad they didn't show it to us.


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