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Dream Runner 

Neela experiences alternate versions of the same day.

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Tony Gates
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Samantha Taggart
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Simon Brenner
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Elizabeth Corday
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Anastasia Johnson (as Imani A. Hakim)
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Jerry Markovic
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Mrs. Vasquez
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Nick Vasquez
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Sheila Johnson (as Moe Daniels)
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Perry
Dinah Lenney ...
Nurse Shirley
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Neela's day is filled with three significant events: the arrival in the ER of a man who acts out his dreams, and this time jumped through a window thinking he was escaping a plane; the deterioration of a young girl who has been her patient for a while and with whom she has a special bond, and job interviews, set up by Lucien, who also tells her he wants her to stay at county. But which version of the day is the true one? The one in which both the dream runner and the girl die because decisions turn out to be wrong, the one in which both of them die even though the decisions were right (and in which Neela blows off an interview conducted by ex-ER doc Corday)? Or the one where both patients live and she is offered the job by Corday? Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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[in voiceover]
Dr. Neela Rasgotra: For some patients, there is no road to recovery. Nothing we do as doctors will alter the outcome. At least that's what we tell ourselves.
Dr. Neela Rasgotra: [later] When their way doesn't work, and your way doesn't work, you've got to accept defeat, or find another way.
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Prélude from Suite No. 1 in G Major for Cello, BWV 1007
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by Johann Sebastian Bach
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