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Tell Me No Secrets... 

Kovac and Gates treat a girl who appears to have been assaulted. When the police are no help with Ames, Kovac decides to confront the problem himself; Morris and other doctors work on a ... See full summary »

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Kovac and Gates treat a girl who appears to have been assaulted. When the police are no help with Ames, Kovac decides to confront the problem himself; Morris and other doctors work on a patient with an ice pick in his ear. Meanwhile, Ray tries to keep his new relationship a secret and Pratt can't fully deal when his half-brother officially comes out. Also, a new male nurse arrives. Written by Alex/Marcos

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30 November 2006 (USA)  »

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Dr. Dustin Crenshaw: The human shish-kebab will be fine, no thanks to that incredibly imbecilic stunt of yours.
Dr. Archie Morris: Hey, how were we supposed to know the handle would break off?
Dr. Dustin Crenshaw: Okay, all right, Just for fun, let's pretend that you each had even a modicum of gray matter that you somehow managed to fashion into some crude, rudimentary semblance of a brain. You would know that you never pull out something near a vital structure unless you're in the OR.
Hope Bobeck: We remove foreign bodies all the time in the ER.
Dr. Dustin Crenshaw: Pulling a vibrator ...
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Tell Me No Secrets... (#13.10)
27 May 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode was about the secrets coming out. One was Greg's brother really coming out to him. It was a great scene. I also am happy that they didn't make it all smooth. But I am sure that Pratt will go back to him pretty soon.

The other was about Angela's daughter. Now this was a wonderful story. Very twisted, with taking different turns. The way it came out about Angela having been raped and her daughter seeing it was pretty unexpected. Charlayne Woodard was also great in this episode.

And the story about Curtis following Luka and his family continues, I feel soon there will be something big happening.


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