ER (1994–2009)
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And in the End... 

As Carter prepares to open a new facility for the underprivileged, some old friends/colleagues gather. Rachel Greene, Mark Greene's daughter, applies for an internship at County.

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As Carter prepares to open a new facility for the underprivileged, some old friends/colleagues gather. Rachel Greene, Mark Greene's daughter, applies for an internship at County.

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2 April 2009 (USA)  »

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Last show of the series. See more »

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Near the final scene when Carter is shooting baskets with Gates, his tie is around his neck loose in the beginning of the scene but a few shots later the tie is gone. See more »

Quotes

Frank: Can I help you?
Rachel Greene: You don't remember me.
Frank: Should I?
Rachel Greene: God, it's amazing how little has changed around here... My dad used to be on staff
Frank: Mmm hmm.
Rachel Greene: Mark Greene. I'm his daughter Rachel.
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References The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) See more »

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Quietly brilliant
30 May 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I thought it was quietly brilliant, I agree with some of the other comments, the message at the end was life will go on but the camera's not watching anymore....which is a huge shame, because I think ER was one of the best series ever, and the writing second to none for a TV show. The show boasted believable, flawed characters, compelling story lines and exciting camera work. What I loved about ER was that, despite the big, dramatic events that happened from time to time, often there were very real, quiet, human, affecting moments. I'm going to have to buy all the series on DVD because television is not going to be the same without ER. Congratulations on all that worked on ER for a quite brilliant achievement. The show deserves a place in TV history.


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