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Ground Zero 

Al wants to move to Atlanta where he got a job offer. Jeanie however isn't keen on moving. Carol talks to Carter's grandmother about the clinic.

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Mark Greene
... Doug Ross
... John Carter
... Carol Hathaway
... Jeanie Boulet
... Kerry Weaver
... Anna Del Amico
... Elizabeth Corday
... Peter Benton
... Nurse Lydia Wright
... Mr. Prole
... Matthew Lindermulder
... Allergic Woman
... Vinnie La Fontaine
... Millicent Carter
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Al Boulet wants to move to Atlanta when an old friend offers him a job, but Jeanie isn't keen on relocating. Carol Hathaway applies to the Carter family foundation for a grant to finance her clinic. Anna Del Amico is furious when she learns how rich Carter's family is and feels that he has just been slumming. Jeanie is reluctant to treat a patient who has a prominent Ku Klux Klan tattoo on his chest. Although the hospital settles the malpractice suit against Mark Greene, he finds that the family in question is now suing him personally. At Dr. Anspaugh's insistence, Kerry Weaver attends a presentation from a private company that specializes in running ERs. She decides to fire Jeanie Boulet to meet budget cuts. Elizabeth Corday gets into trouble when Peter Benton fails to warn her she is about to break hospital policy. Doug Ross gets bad news and he and Mark set off for California. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Romance

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6 November 1997 (USA)  »

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Trivia

First appearance of Clancy Brown playing Dr. Ellis West. See more »

Goofs

In the season 1 episode in which we first learn that Carter comes from a wealthy family, Carter's horse is described as a white Icelandic pony named Marigold. In this episode, at the Carter home, there is a portrait of Carter on a dark horse, described by the butler as "Marigold . . . his thoroughbred." See more »

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Nurse Carol Hathaway: Hey, how many patients do you think we see in the hospital every year?
Dr. Doug Ross: Too many.
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References Upstairs, Downstairs (1971) See more »

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