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Blizzard 

The ER staff's slow snow day becomes chaotically hectic when the casualties of a 40 car traffic accident flood in.

Director:

Mimi Leder

Writers:

Michael Crichton (created by), Lance Gentile (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony Edwards ... Mark Greene
George Clooney ... Doug Ross
Sherry Stringfield ... Susan Lewis
Noah Wyle ... John Carter
Julianna Margulies ... Carol Hathaway
Eriq La Salle ... Peter Benton
Abraham Benrubi ... Jerry Markovic
Andrea Parker ... Linda Farrell
William H. Macy ... Dr. David Morgenstern
CCH Pounder ... Dr. Angela Hicks
Scott Jaeck ... Dr. Steven Flint
Kevin Michael Richardson ... Patrick
Christian Coleman Christian Coleman ... Mookie 'Slice' James
Alix Elias ... Roxanne
Lorinne Vozoff Lorinne Vozoff ... Marguerite (as Lorinne Dills Vozoff)
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Storyline

On a snowy Chicago day, all is quiet in the ER and the staff amuse themselves. Mark Greene and Susan Lewis put a cast on Carter's leg as a practical joke while Malik tries his hand at rap. Carol Hathaway announces that she and Tag are engaged. Dr. Angela Hicks joins the hospital staff. A major traffic accident on a local highway leads to a flood of patients. Doug Ross misdiagnoses a patient with tragic results. Bob the ER aide shows off her skills in an emergency situation. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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Trivia

The top of the building where the helicopters land is actually the top of a fireman training facility in Chicago at the corner of Taylor and Clinton. Ironically, this is also roughly the starting point of great Chicago fire (where Mrs.O'Leary and her cow lived) . They used this location a number of times particularly in the first five seasons. See more »

Goofs

Right before announcing "Stat Dr. Carter", you can see an director's chair on the left with someone sitting in it. See more »

Connections

References Sleepless in Seattle (1993) See more »

Soundtracks

The Christmas Song
(uncredited)
Lyrics by Mel Tormé / Richard Wells
Performed by Nat 'King' Cole
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Horrendously disrespectful towards non-christians
6 December 2020 | by gacsogergelySee all my reviews

Don't misunderstand me, this episode is still good and all, but around the 30 minutes mark a korean patient dies, a bloody xian nun shows up, and the crew just allows her to potentialy desecrate the body of the person they know nothing about. And I pretty much bet, in neither Korea xianity is state religion. Neither is in the USA.

So this moment is unaccaptable religious byass.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 December 1994 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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