A girl drops off a sick baby at the ER and then leaves; Carter may get a kidney transplant; Gates and Daria care for an elderly woman with multiple sclerosis; Neela and Sam are in Seattle ... See full summary »

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A girl drops off a sick baby at the ER and then leaves; Carter may get a kidney transplant; Gates and Daria care for an elderly woman with multiple sclerosis; Neela and Sam are in Seattle to transport a heart for Joanie Moore, while Doug and Carol are concerned that the donor's grandmother might not consent. Written by mathew5000

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Ernest Borgnine's character is named Paul Manning, a tribute to the ER writer and producer who passed away in 2005. See more »

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Julianna Margulies mispronounces the name of the city "Spokane." She says "SPO-kayne" rather than "spo-KANNE." Anybody living for so many years in the state of Washington (or Oregon or Idaho) would know the correct pronunciation. See more »

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[Carter is waiting for his surgeon to arrive]
Dr. John Carter: Does anybody know when he's coming? How about a rough estimate? More than a minute, less than a hockey season? More than an hour, but less than the lifespan of a giant redwood tree.
Dr. Peter Benton: Carter.
Dr. John Carter: I'm so hungry, thirsty. I'm tired. I'm cold. My arm just fell asleep.
Dr. Peter Benton: Stop being a baby.
Dr. John Carter: Plus I feel like I'm hanging out of this thing. Can someone cover up my crotch please?
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Old Times (#15.19)
2 July 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I am so thankful for this episode! In the last review I wrote how I wish to see some "old times:, this was even before I saw the title of this episode. And here I got everything that I wanted. The makers of the show knew that fans really long for the old times before it ends and so greatly gave them to us. I am very thankful for all the actors to show up for this episode.

Doug and Carol are there as well as Peter! It is so great to see them all paying a part in saving Carter's life. Part of me wanted that Carol and Doug will find out who the kidney goes to. but there was no way for it to happen since Neela and Sam didn't know either, and I guess it is better. Peter though knowing it and participation in the operation as the observer who noticed something that could have killed Carter was great. To me Peter is the one who made Carter who he is in many ways, so watching them together made me cry.


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