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There Are No Angels Here 

Pratt gets to work in Darfur alongside Carter and his co-workers, but is troubled by astounding number of people needing care and finds himself making a dangerous journey.

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Luka Kovac (credit only)
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Abby Lockhart (credit only)
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Neela Rasgotra (credit only)
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Samantha Taggart (credit only)
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Ray Barnett (credit only)
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Archie Morris (credit only)
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Kerry Weaver (credit only)
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Quanita Adams ...
Christopher Gxalaba ...
Ibrahim (as Chris Gxalalaba)
Thomas Kariuki ...
Nkuli Kgositsile ...
Nyawelah
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Dr. Pratt settles into his new job in Darfur but is troubled by the huge number of people needing care. A sheik and his pregnant wife arrive looking for treatment. Carter and Dakarai work on fixing the man's wound, but they are interrupted by government officials trying to arrest the man. Pratt and Dakarai are forced to make journey to a hospital at the risk of getting stopped by the Janjaweed. Meanwhile, Debbie tries to convince Dr. Dakarai to get treatment for his medical condition. Written by Alex

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Drama | Romance

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4 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Dr. Stephen Dakarai: She asked if we were angels. I said There are no Angels here.
Dr. Gregory Pratt: Speak for yourself.
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There Are No Angels Here (#12.20)
15 May 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode was completely about Africa. I was kind of tired of them back in the days, but I did enjoy this one as it is a way for us to see Carter who has been with us since season one and whom we got to miss in this season. A good idea to not completely lose him.

The episode is very well done. Although for the most Pratt getting used to the new and unusual conditions was very similar to how Carter was getting used to it when he first arrived.

Still they made a great job with adding very exciting action. Hiding from military and Pratt trying hard to save lives was well done. I also liked how they made the ending so happy.


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