Trying to rescue a three-year-old girl from drowning in a nearby lake, Banfield is reminded of her own experience at County with Dr. Greene caring for her son.
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agreed to return for this episode on the condition that his salary would be donated to his favorite charity. Producers agreed, and donated his salary, and matched it with their own money. Steven Spielberg
, the Executive Producer, also heard about this agreement. He matched the contribution as well. See more
When Dr. Gates drops the service record for SFC Gonzalez, it shows his picture wearing the Army Class-A uniform with the proper rank, but the beret is the Army standard black instead of the Airborne maroon beret. Also, the service record (shown very briefly) is of an officer (O-3), likely a Marine Captain based upon the MCAS unit designation and various awards. See more
Your son died in this ER and you're working here?
Dr. Cate Banfield
I'm not sure why I've done anything I've done since that day. Why'd I not leave my apartment for almost 2 years? Then I see the news about the tsunami and I fly to a place 10 thousand miles away. Why'd I do that? Why'd I come back? Why did my son have leukemia? I never understood any of it.
References The Brady Bunch