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Life After Death 

The ER staff deals with the aftermath of the explosion including a severely injured doctor.


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The ER staff deals with the aftermath of the explosion including a severely injured doctor.

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Drama | Romance





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25 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


This is the last episode in which Maura Tierney receives top billing. Although "The Book of Abby" only has one scene with Luka in which he doesn't even speak, Goran Visnijic receives top billing in that episode. See more »


Chaz says Pratt worked at county for 8 years. However, Pratt started working there in 2002, which means 6 years. See more »


[Greg has had a surgical airway put in]
Chaz Pratt: You can't talk with that thing?
[Greg shakes his head no]
Chaz Pratt: Good. So you get to listen to me tell everyone about how many times I kicked your ass on the court.
[Greg rolls his eyes and writes something down]
Dr. Archie Morris: [Reading what Greg wrote] "I'm busy now. Can I ignore you some other time?"
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Life After Death (#15.1)
28 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode happened what I was afraid of the most after watching the previous one... This was the final episode for Dr. Pratt. They also played with our feelings by making us first believe that he is alright and will survive. And then suddenly it became critical. Until they pronounced him dead I was hoping that something will happen and he will survive. I would probably criticize it for being unrealistic then, but I would be so happy to see him alive. So many tears in this episode. From the characters and myself as well. Them bringing up what his life could have been if he survived was also making one feel horrible. He was about to propose and was getting the chief position. And yet that perfect life didn't happen as his life was cut short. Mekhi Phifer is a great actor and I loved him in this part. While I am very sad to see him go, I think in a way it was great to give such a great character such a dramatic and moving exit from this show...

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