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Whose Appy Now? 

Doug treats a dying 17-year old cystic fibrosis patient who doesn't want to be resuscitated. Carter gets to operate on Benton.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Mark Greene
... Doug Ross
... John Carter
... Carol Hathaway
... Jeanie Boulet
... Kerry Weaver
... Peter Benton
... Jerry Markovic
... Dr. Maggie Doyle
... Dr. Greg Fischer (as Harry J. Lennix)
... Heather Morgan
... Norma Houston
... Nurse Haleh Adams
... Nurse Lydia Wright
... Katie Reed
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Mark Greene has gone on a dating binge and he finds himself juggling three women. Things get sticky when it turns out two of them know one another and all three meet in the ER. Dr. Benton is in a funk and John Carter tells him he is joining Dr. Hicks' surgical team. Carter reacts with glee when Benton has to have his appendix removed and Hicks lets him perform the operation. With Carol Hathaway still under suspension, the ER isn't functioning quite as smoothly as it normally does. Jeanie Boulet and Dr. Greg Fischer treat a young man with syphilis and argue over whether they should tell his wife. Jeanie finally gives in to Greg's repeated requests and agrees to go out on a date. Written by garykmcd

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6 February 1997 (USA)  »

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The night before beginning to shoot this episode, George Clooney called the writer of the episode notifying him he sprained his ankle playing basketball that day and they had to rewrite pieces of the episode. See more »

Quotes

Nurse Wendy Goldman: This pamphlet says that 40% of all doctors don't wash their hands between patients.
Dr. Doug Ross: No kidding.
Nurse Wendy Goldman: Yeah. And medical personnel pick their noses on average of three times an hour. And many interns only bathe twice a week...
Dr. Doug Ross: [interrupting] Wendy, there's a limit on how well-informed I want to be.
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References White Men Can't Jump (1992) See more »

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