Dr. Carter reads a letter from terminally ill Dr. Green to the ER staff. Dr. Weaver lashes out at a mentally challenged patient. A terminal, homeless man continues asking for Dr. Green.
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The scene where Carter reads Mark's letter, followed by Elizabeth's letter wherein we find out Mark has died, closely echoes the penultimate scene of the film "Mister Roberts." This includes not only Ensign Pulver reading Mister Roberts' letter out loud, but the posting of the letter for the hospital staff - in Mr. Roberts, the letter is posted for the crew. See more
When Carter goes to clean out Greene's locker, the door swings open to the right. However, when Greene left the ER for good, his locker opened to the left. See more
[Dr. Greene's note
Dr. John Carter
Dear ER Gang, So here I am, out on the beach at 5:30 in the evening. Elizabeth is drinking juice, but I'm all about the Mai Tai's. The sun is going down, Rachel is dipping Ella's toes in the ocean as they head off on their quest for the perfect seashell. Weirdly enough, I find myself thinking, you know what would make this moment complete? Some jogger dropping to the sand, short of breath, so I can sweep in with a piece of bamboo to perform a nice, clean intubation, fix the ...