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 (recurring guest star LISA VIDAL), when the firefighter is severely injured while working and must now battle for her life. ... See full summary »

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Weaver rushes to the aid of her female life partner, Sandy Lopez (recurring guest star LISA VIDAL), 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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Abby treats a patient with back pain and he asks for Vicodin. Abby assesses that he is allergic to Tylenol and Ibuprofen. Vicodin contains acetaminophen (known elsewhere in the world as paracetamol) which is the same active ingredient in Tylenol. If the patient was allergic to Tylenol, he'd be allergic to Vicodin as well. See more »

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