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    I am rooting for Barnett all the way. Frankly I am not that fond of Stamos character but he is new I am sure he will grow on me but he seems shady.
    Barnett and her had such a connection before. It was HOT....definitely made me tingle!
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    So Archie has 4 kids?????more reason to dislike him...UGH
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    Haha @ the "McCreamy" reference.

    I haven't finished the entire episode yet, but all Archie's kids were conceived as a result of his sperm bank donations, right?

    Archie's funny, but I still can't seem to get rid of images of him as Samantha Micelli's first BF on "Who's the Boss?" -- Chad McCann. If you remember the Christmas episode from last season, he can sing too!
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    I knew it was going to happen sooner or later -- Dr. Kerry Weaver finally leaves the ER.

    All in all, a kind of "meh" episode last night, but it would have been really nice if Gates bitch-slapped his buddy's widow and her daughter once. At least now we know that she used her late husband's insurance to put Gates through medical school. What an idiot.
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    Well at least two cliffhangers are created from tonight's episode. And Fred Ward's character, I didn't expect that.

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    Ok so since I missed 2 episodes what is with Forrest Whittacker?
    Anyone? Please? Why is he stalking Maura?
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    The Forrest Whittacker character (Curtis Ames) was involved in a law suit with Lukia and lost so he started to stalk Lukia and during that time encountered Abby and their son.

    I missed some episodes as well so I don't know what more was shown concerning Curtis Ames).

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    It seemed like he was kind of insane or something. I thought I misse dsomething huge!
    I thought he was going to pull out a gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    I know I missed at least one episode this season, I remember Abby and Luka's baby was born premature and last night's episode the baby is at home.
    This missed episode repeated tonight. The episode streched to at least 4 weeks (maybe more) of time.

    I was hoping that tonight's episode would continue from last week's cliffhanger but having this one aired answered the baby at home after one episode. Also noticed that voice audio was muted for about 10 minutes in the middle of the episode.
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    OoooOOO quite the exciting episode tonight! what the heck is going on with Luca next week? Man! ER always reels me in!

    The vice! WHAT DO YOU FEEL??! BANG!
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    Somehow I don't remember Sara's mom overdosing in the cliffhanger episode from a couple of weeks ago.

    Anyway I heard two gunshots during the roof scene toward the end of the episode. Since Luka didn't seem to get shot, what happen to the first shot?

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    I was wondering the same thing. Did he miss once? I mean he did have the gun pointed at Luka's head.
    And now is that little girl going to keep "Tony" away from a relationship...I mean she went crazy.
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    The once great ER has overdosed on sappyness
    Forrest deserves an Emmy for ER and the Shield.
    Hard to believe he started out as a football player in Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
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    It's been a long while since I watched ER and noticed that Luka is not around and Stanley Tucci is heading the ER.

    Tonight was the season opener which seems to carry over from last season finale. I think the case with the kid who had a stick in his chest seemed take the injury in stride.

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    It looks like another interesting season at County General. According to EW magazine:
    A 14-year-old medical show in a Grey's Anatomy world, ER needs help stat! ER exec producer David Zabel says Goran Visnjic will return for a bunch of episodes, as will Noah Wyle for four. And Stanley Tucci, the series' go-to guy now for a grump fix, will be back, causing ''conflict and tension.'' (On camera, not off this ain't Criminal Minds, folks.)
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    Tonight is the last episode for this series.

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    Wasn't aware and I shouldn't have been surprised that the series finale was two hours long, so I missed the first 40 minutes of the episode.

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    I stopped watching/caring for the show after Dr. Greene died, which is sad considering that Linda Cardellini would become a cast member. I watched the show a few weeks ago when George Clooney briefly returned, and then the series finale. I thought it was great, not too hokey, just right.

    Someone on another site said the end of ER means the end of decent TV as we know it, unless networks plan on spending more for bigger productions. Why bother when reality shows are their bread and butter?

    Well, I'll watch my CSI:, CSI: New York, and CSI: Miami, then.

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    ER you will be missed, the last 4 shows were the best in a longtime. It was too bad Michael Crichton didn't live to see his series end. It was really nice to see George Clooney, Anthony Edwards(in a flash back) Noah Wyle,Eric La Salle and the rest of the gang that started all, stop bye to say goodbye to County General. I really like that Dr. Greene's daughter showed up as an intern at County at the end of the show
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    Quote Originally Posted by alohabear View Post
    I really like that Dr. Greene's daughter showed up as an intern at County at the end of the show
    Same here.

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