ER: Season 10, Episode 18

Where There's Smoke (8 Apr. 2004)

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Weaver rushes to the aid of her female life partner, Sandy Lopez, when the firefighter is severely injured while working and must now battle for her life. Frightened Weaver whispers hope to... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. John Carter (credit only)
Dr. Jing-Mei Chen (as Ming-Na)
Eduardo Lopez (as Jose Zuniga)


Weaver rushes to the aid of her female life partner, Sandy Lopez, when the firefighter is severely injured while working and must now battle for her life. Frightened Weaver whispers hope to Sandy by reminding the victim of their newborn child. Written by Anonymous

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The title is from the common expression: Where there's smoke, there's fire. See more »


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Where There's Smoke (#10.18)
18 April 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

So Say ends up dying. This was a pretty unexpected thing for me. I loved how they staged it all with the whole hospital being worried and Kerry sitting with Sandy and being with her through the whole operation. The fact that it was her who had to say that it is over and Sandy is dead was also pretty powerful.

I didn't realize that it will get any worse. What Sandy's family did to Kerry by taking away her baby is awful and inexcusable. They are nasty traditionalists as it seems. Sandy should haunt the hell out of them. Now I don't think Kerry stands a chance. Unless it was her egg that was used by being transplanted into Sandy. I don't remember if they were talking about it or it is just something I have in my mind from something else I saw or read.

This will definitely be a great story line, and Sam's ex returning could be good as well.

The sad thing is also that Michael Gallant is leaving. Sure not a character I would like to see go. I hope he doesn't end up being killed in Iraq or something.

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