Morning shift begins. The night shift treated 142 patients - a new record. Dr. Morris is confident that by the end of the day the ER can set a new record of 300 patients. Frank reminds him that there has never been more than 250 patients in a day. Dr. Morris bets $300 that they can reach 300 by the end of the shift. Frank, Dr. Gates and Dr. Pratt each bet $100 against him. But will the game be fair? Also, when chaplain Dupree arrives announcing that she's doing a round of the hospital, holding blessing ceremonies and memorials, the guys are against it, except for Dr. Gates, which makes the others suspicious. Frank goes straight to the point. Then there is the accident involving a camel.
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Did You Know?
The Shriner that vomited all over the window was an accident, he along with a few others were given some soup to put in their mouths to simulate vomiting onto the floor when he accidentally breathed a little in and instead of vomiting on the floor he coughed and it came out all over the window. The director loved it so In the following retakes of the scene the director asked him to repeat vomiting on the window. See more
We have our dead, and we have let them go. Now let's turn our attention back to the work of the living.
References Frosty the Snowman