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A mysterious illness leaves little hope when a group of homeless kids enter the ER and one of them believes that Neela is a guardian angel in blue; Abby and Kovac clash over a possible case... See full summary »

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A mysterious illness leaves little hope when a group of homeless kids enter the ER and one of them believes that Neela is a guardian angel in blue; Abby and Kovac clash over a possible case of domestic abuse; Pratt makes a shocking discovery about his brother, and Weaver is unexpectedly called into action when her television appearance becomes a real emergency. Written by Marcos

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16 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Mekhi Phifer's 100th episode. See more »

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[about Paulie]
Hope Bobeck: I heard that his friends have a whole story about demons and spirits. Who are we to judge, right? Everybody needs something to believe in.
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Masam Holden did a great job
17 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Last night episode was great. I thought the chemistry between the actors worked very well. The guest stars did a great job especially Masam Holden. I thought his performance was great. I noticed on the IMDb that he has been on Without a Trace and some short films. I will try to catch the other shows also. The show reflected a small corner of our society that many forget. Homeless kids. We thought the writing was great. Masam through his acting ability and great performance was able to bring this situation to life and show compassion and hurt. We hope this is not the last time we see Masam. someone should adopt him so he can stay around. Great show, very emotional.


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