When a gunshot wound victim arrives, the new chief and Abby butt heads on how to treat the patient. Abby comes to Sam's defense when she goes before a nurses disciplinary board.
Did You Know?
Six of the twenty-three names on the wall of locker name tags represent seven producers, writers, directors, and a key make-up artist (L. Woodward, N. Baer, S. Gemmil, B. Arrollo, J. Orman, and Salamunovich - the latter representing both Mike Salamunovich
and Teresa Salamunovich
). The rest are names of characters, mostly doctors (Del Amico, Barnett, Finch, Benton, Corday, Doyle, Lewis, Ross, Gallant, Chen, Pratt, Malucci, Greene, Weaver, and Romano) with one nurse (Hathaway) and one medical student (Knight). Nurse Haleh Adams stated that some had to be put up for them due to their deaths. (Romano, Gallant, Greene, Knight and Pratt) Lewis' tag was taken off by her and handed into the admit desk, so it is assumed her's was put up by someone else. Weaver, Ross, Hathaway, Barnett, Corday, Doyle, Malucci, Del Amico, Ross, Finch, Benton or Chen are not ever physically seen removing their locker tags. Carter is said not to have put his locker tag on the wall because he thought it defaced government property; though his return at the end of the final season negates the need for Carter to place his locker tag up anyhow. See more
Malucci's locker name tag appears on the wall along with other past characters and a few key crew. However, in his last appearance (ER: Never Say Never
) Dr. Malucci is clearly seen removing his name plaque from his locker door and putting it into a box with the rest of his belongings. then leaving the hospital. See more
[about the wall with departed staff's locker labels
Dr. Abby Lockhart
I don't see Carter up there.
Nurse Haleh Adams
He wouldn't do it. He said it was defacing government property.