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The Poison Inside Us 

The ED goes on lock-down due to a deadly chemical spill that threatens the lives of patients and leaves one of Med's own in the balance; Rhodes and Manning attempt to perform live-saving surgeries.

Director:

Milena Govich

Writers:

Michael Brandt (developed by), Derek Haas (developed by) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Gehlfuss ... Will Halstead
Yaya DaCosta ... April Sexton
Torrey DeVitto ... Natalie Manning
Colin Donnell ... Connor Rhodes
Brian Tee ... Ethan Choi
Marlyne Barrett ... Maggie Lockwood
Norma Kuhling ... Ava Bekker
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Sharon Goodwin
Oliver Platt ... Daniel Charles
Jesse Lee Soffer ... Jay Halstead
Tracy Spiridakos ... Hailey Upton
David Eigenberg ... Christopher Herrmann
Joe Minoso ... Joe Cruz
Eamonn Walker ... Wallace Boden
Heather Headley ... Gwen Garrett
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The ED goes on lock-down due to a deadly chemical spill that threatens the lives of patients and leaves one of Med's own in the balance; Rhodes and Manning attempt to perform live-saving surgeries.

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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This episode includes a special appearance by Devin Ratray, who plays Tommy Burke. Devin Ratray played Buzz in Home Alone (1990). See more »

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Wow!
11 November 2018 | by unonjackeSee all my reviews

As a nurse I torture myself each week watching this show and wonder if they even have a technical advisor. On a weekly basis I see MD's ordering narcotics and nurses turning to what is obviously an unlocked cart in the room and dispensing whatever narcotic ordered without documenting it's removal. I'm sorry I don't think that the the state of Illinois or the DEA would be very happy. This week went even further when the thoracic surgeon struck an IV in her arm and connected it to the patient to give him her blood while assisting with his surgery?! There are multitudes of problems with that scenario like ABO incompatibility etc. Please guys the trauma and drama of an ER is exciting enough without that nonsense.


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