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"ER" Whose Appy Now? (1997)

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Writers:
Michael Crichton (created by) and
Neal Baer (writer)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
6 February 1997 (Season 3, Episode 14)
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Plot:
Doug treats a dying 17-year old cystic fibrosis patient who doesn't want to be resuscitated. Carter gets to operate Benton. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Félix Enríquez Alcalá 
 
Writing credits
Michael Crichton (created by)

Neal Baer  writer

Produced by
Penny Adams .... co-producer
Neal Baer .... co-producer
Christopher Chulack .... producer
Michael Crichton .... executive producer
Carol Flint .... co-executive producer
Lance Gentile .... co-producer
Michael Hissrich .... associate producer
Paul Manning .... supervising producer
Wendy Spence .... co-producer
John Wells .... executive producer
Lydia Woodward .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Martin Davich 
 
Cinematography by
Héctor R. Figueroa  (as Hector R. Figueroa)
 
Film Editing by
Jacque Elaine Toberen  (as Jacque Toberen)
 
Casting by
John Frank Levey  (as John Levey)
Kevin Scott 
 
Production Design by
Ivo Cristante 
 
Set Decoration by
Michael C. Claypool  (as Michael Claypool)
 
Costume Design by
Lyn Paolo  (as Lyn Elizabeth Paolo)
 
Makeup Department
Gandhi Bob Arrollo .... key makeup artist (as 'Gandhi Bob' Arrollo)
Jerry Gugliemotto .... key hair stylist
Rolf John Keppler .... makeup effects co-department head
 
Production Management
Mike Salamunovich .... unit production manager (as Michael Salamunovich)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Douglas Dean III .... second assistant director (as Doug Dean)
Deborah A. Dell'Amico .... first assistant director (as Deborah Dell'Amico)
 
Art Department
Richard M. Kerns .... property master (as Richard M. Kerns Jr.)
 
Sound Department
Kevin B. Barron .... assistant sound editor (as Kevin Poor)
James Clark .... boom operator
Al Gomez .... supervising foley editor
Lowell Harris .... sound mixer
Thomas A. Harris .... supervising adr editor
Michael Jiron .... re-recording mixer (as Michael E. Jiron)
Franklin Jones Jr. .... re-recording mixer (as Frank Jones)
Walter Newman .... supervising sound editor
Troy Porter .... adr mixer
Steven M. Sax .... sound effects editor
Allen L. Stone .... re-recording mixer
James Bailey .... foley artist (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Scott Forbes .... special effects coordinator
Bob Turk .... special effects foreman
 
Stunts
Chris Carnel .... stunt double: Noah Wiley
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Chameides .... Steadicam operator (as Dave Chameides)
Mike Fay .... best boy grip
Steve Robertson .... dolly grip
Toby White .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Ajay Dass .... extras casting
Barbara Miller .... executive in charge of casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Doris Alaimo .... costume supervisor
Lisa Eisler .... costume supervisor
Radford Polinsky .... set costumer
Steven Zimbelman .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Ron Nichols .... colorist: digital remastering
Irvin Paik .... assistant editor
Jeff Mack .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Carrie Goodman .... assistant location manager
Kimberly Lynn .... key assistant location manager
 
Music Department
James Newton Howard .... composer: theme music
 
Other crew
Ran Barker .... administrator
Fred Einesman .... medical supervisor
Anthony Figueroa .... script coordinator
Lance Gentile .... medical consultant
Marita Grabiak .... script supervisor
Daniel T. Green .... assistant to executive producers
Chris Hanson .... nurse
Troy Hartman .... stand-in: Mr. Clooney
Yuell Newsome .... stock librarian
P.J. Palmer .... technical assistant (uncredited)
Melissa Vinicor .... stand-in (uncredited)
Käthe Walton .... production accountant: Chicago (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Crichton  created by

Art Direction by
Stephanie Girard 
John Hansen 
 
Music Department
Mike Deasy .... musician
Georg Brandl Egloff .... composer: additional music
 
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Additional Details

Runtime:
46 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The night before beginning to shoot this episode, George Clooney called the writer of the episode notifying him he sprained his ankle playing basketball that day and they had to rewrite pieces of the episode.See more »
Quotes:
Dr. Angela Hicks:Change in plans. Simon's got the gunshot. We're doing the appy.
Dr. John Carter:The appy?
Dr. Angela Hicks:Disappointed?
Dr. John Carter:Yeah. They're kind of boring.
Dr. Angela Hicks:You haven't seen the patient yet.
[Carter looks out the window and sees Dr. Benton being wheeled down the hall on a gurney]
Dr. John Carter:Ohhhhhhhh there is a God!
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Movie Connections:
References White Men Can't Jump (1992)See more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Whose Appy Now? (#3.14), 23 December 2014
Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This episode was lighter than many. Had lots of humor, especially when it comes to Mark being a player and dating three women at the same time and being caught. Was pretty funny, especially since his character is so different for this.

It was also great to have Carter operate on Benton. Also caused so many laughs with the music and all the pictures that were made, the two are a fun team.

There was one sad story that it seems isn't over yet. About a 17 year old who wants to get of respirator and die in control of his life but his mother can't let it happen. A great idea, very moving, one really feels for them all.

And Jeanie getting a kiss at the end was very positive. Definitely a great episode.

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