Thanksgiving at County is quiet, with the normal number of routine (or nearly so) emergencies. But Abby makes up for the lack of excitement while returning to the hospital as the doctor on a helicopter transport.

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It's Thanksgiving in the ER but all is far from being quiet. Abby is forced to respond to a bus crash accident on the side of a ravine and risks her life to save a mother trapped inside. Meanwhile, Neela accepts Gates' offer to spend the holiday together, while Sam brings her son Alex to volunteer at the hospital, and Pratt seeks Weaver's advice on his half-brothers sexual secret. Written by Marcos

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Dr. Luka Kovac: Americans. So sentimental about their holidays.
Dr. Abby Lockhart: This from the guy who celebrates Croatian independence, Croatian State Day, and something called Patriotic Gratitude Day.
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When The Stars Go Blue
Written by Ryan Adams
Performed by Ryan Adams
Courtesy of Universal
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22 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

i am going crazy trying to identify and locate the music being sung under the voice over on the commercial(s) for the ER episode to be aired 23 Nov 06. i have heard it on a couple of other network dramas this season. all i can be clear about it is the refrain "alleluia, alleluia" Please Help. in other opinions, I have enjoyed Micheal Crichton's writing since I first saw "Andromeda Strain," the movie. I have read most (not necessarily all) of his books, and definitely all of his medically themed mysteries. his novel "Sphere" was pretty good, and I've enjoyed his non-fiction too. I was surprised to find out that he wrote Jurassic Park - I enjoyed all the movies but have yet to decide to read the book. The movie "Coma," based on his book, was ground breaking at the time. An interesting piece of trivia is that Tom Selleck has an uncredited (bit) part in that movie - no lines, he is a cadaver.


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