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Change has come to Chicago’s County General. In this powerful, unforgettable, and series-changing season of ER, twenty-two of the most dramatic and compelling hours of television unfold with excitement, suspense, joy, and grief — all in a single heartbeat. ER’s latest hopefuls — Army Reservist Michael Gallant (Sharif Atkins) and brash Gregory Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) — arrive to face the challenges of life in Trauma One. Meanwhile, Chen (Ming-Na) defies demotion and Malucci (Erik Palladino) crosses the line once too often. And as Peter Benton finally weighs his career and family, a familiar face returns from the past (Sherry Stringfield’s Dr. Susan Lewis). As Dr. Greene fights his final battle — leaving a void in the ER’s heart — his former student, John Carter, must step into the breach to lead the group of healers. Also starring Laura Innes, Alex Kingston, Goran Visnjic, Maura Tierney, and more, this is a season not to be missed.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFour Corners||Weaver returns to the emergency room after a self-imposed sabbatical of three weeks, wondering how her newfound lesbian identity will affect her workplace relationships. Having purposely allowed a mass murderer to die, Greene must keep the secret amidst the scrutiny of his superiors. Carter attends his grandfather's funeral, along with his wealthy parents, Jack (recurring guest star Michael Gross) and Eleanor (recurring guest star Mary McDonnell), and Abby. While attending to Cleo, who may have infected herself with AIDS-tainted blood, Benton tries to comfort his sister, Jackie (recurring guest star Khandi Alexander), whose yearlong grief over the death of her son threatens her marriage.||45:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Longer You Stay||Carter is overwhelmed by patients from a rock concert riot. Benton's former girlfriend is killed in a car accident. Newly promoted to chief resident, Chen panics and misdiagnoses a patient. Kovac angers Abby by flirting with a waitress (Julie Delpy).||45:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBlood, Sugar, Sex, Magic||Greene's daughter comes to live with him and Corday. Carter and Abby become more intimate. Chen must prove her skills while saving a baby. Weaver terminates Malucci after witnessing him having sex in an ambulance.||45:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNever Say Never||Dr. Susan Lewis arrives, looking for work in the Chicago area again. Greene hires her, over Weaver's objection. Chen nervously attends a risk management review, accompanied by the unforgiving Weaver, to discuss a patient who recently died under Chen's supervision. Upset that Weaver, who was unreachable at a crucial moment in Chen's unsuccessful surgery, supports demoting her from chief resident, Chen quits. Meanwhile, busy with a lifesaving surgery, Benton must ask Roger to take care of Reese after school. Corday struggles with the desperate case of a young, abandoned boy with a rare and chronic disease. And Kovac is surprised when Nicole, the beautiful French waitress with whom he flirted, comes to the emergency room looking for him.||45:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoStart All Over Again||Lewis faces a hectic first day back at County General. Benton and Roger become frantic when they can't locate Reese. Carter's grandmother is brought to the emergency room. Carter and Abby deal with inept medical students.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSupplies and Demands||Corday's ordeal, caused by the recent infection-related deaths of several of her patients, worsens when she is closely observed by a stern taskmaster. Corday is outraged when a county investigator accuses her of deliberately euthanizing the patients, who all happened to be elderly. Upon arriving home, the stressed-out Corday yells at Rachel. Lewis treats two college-age patients with flu-like symptoms. She later finds out that they were attacked by a fast-acting and lethal virus, and they have spread it to other students. Kovac arranges for the emergency room to hire Nicole, to help with minor tasks--with near-disastrous results. Benton clashes with Roger over visitation rights for Reese. And Abby flirts with a wounded fireman but tells an unreceptive Carter that she would rather date him than the fireman.||45:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIf I Should Fall from Grace||Corday desperately searches for whoever is secretly murdering her elderly patients, implicating her. Greene must deal with overstressed Corday and unruly Rachel (recurring guest star Hallee Hirsh), who is in trouble at school. Benton reluctantly agrees to a paternity test to prove he's really Reese's father. Carter copes with disappointing news regarding his ailing but headstrong grandmother, Millicent (recurring guest star Frances Sternhagen), who still intends to live an active life--even if it kills her. Carter and Lewis treat a young, self-abusing woman, Grace (Bellamy Young), who has been cutting herself. A brilliant and inquisitive new fourth-year medical student, Michael Gallant (recurring guest star Sharif Atkins), impresses the curious staff. Although resentful, Abby comforts new staffer Nicole (recurring guest star Julie Delpy) after a traumatic event. Series star Laura Innes (Dr. Kerry Weaver) directs.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPartly Cloudy, Chance of Rain||When a torrential rainstorm pounds Chicago, patients deluge the emergency room while Weaver speeds to an accident site. There, she finds a pregnant woman, Vicki lying injured inside a wrecked ambulance while live power lines spark. Fourth-year student Michael Gallant makes a dangerous decision in order to help. Meanwhile, a nervous Benton receives the lab reports that indicate whether or not he is Reese's father; Kovac's new girlfriend, Nicole gets into trouble and gives Kovac some unexpected news; Carter's grandmother, Millicent, is wheeled in after she breaks her hip in a hit-and-run car accident that injured a young woman, Jill; and Greene tends to a guilt-ridden boy, Daniel Pendy, who feels responsible for the disappearance of his younger brother in a flooded river in which they were playing. Recurring guest star Lisa Vidal appears as Sandy Lopez.||45:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoQuo Vadis?||Benton and his attorney, Janice Prager (recurring guest star Roma Maffia - "Profiler"), begin an arduous court fight for Benton to take custody of his son from Roger (recurring guest star Vondie Curtis-Hall). Corday waits for a distraught husband to decide if surgeons can remove his fatally injured wife's organs for transplant before it's too late. Greene and Lewis treat a brain-damaged teenage boxer whose guilt-ridden brother hurt him while sparring.||44:53||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI'll Be Home for Christmas||As Christmas nears, Benton endures bouts of rage and frustration when the custody trial for his son, Reese (recurring guest star Matthew Watkins), reaches a critical stage. Benton must choose between his job and his child unless cranky Romano agrees to tailor Benton's work schedule. Benton finally quits County General, along with his girlfriend, Cleo, to work at a clinic that will allow him the hours necessary to care for Reese properly.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBeyond Repair||On her birthday, Abby receives a few unwelcome surprises, including the news that Kovac plans to leave town for two months to work in Bosnia. She also finds out that her ex-husband is engaged to remarry. Despite Abby's efforts to prevent it, Carter has an uncomfortable encounter with the patient, Paul Sobriki who stabbed him and killed a fellow doctor two years ago. Abby cares for a young boy, Douglas Leeman, after his mother dies in the hospital. And she shares a drink with her neighbor Joyce one of the few people who acknowledge Abby's birthday.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA River In Egypt||Lewis clashes with Weaver over the treatment of an injured condemned murderer, Mike Kinney (Cyril O'Reilly), who wants to die in the emergency room rather than wait for his execution. Abby urges her battered next-door neighbor, Joyce (recurring guest star Christina Hendricks), to seek shelter from Joyce's abusive husband, Brian (recurring guest star Matthew Settle). A weary Carter must endure the warring of his parents, Jack (recurring guest star Michael Gross) and Eleanor (recurring guest star Mary McDonnell), as they plan their divorce. Carter also diagnoses an aspiring rapper who tests positive for HIV but refuses to tell his naïve girlfriend.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDamage Is Done||Greene and Corday are terrified when their helpless baby daughter is brought in, suffering from an accidental overdose. Lewis treats a father and daughter who were injured after opening a letter bomb. Weaver seethes when Romano gives some of her numerous duties to Lewis. Carter meets a dying 12-year-old leukemia patient, Mickey (Colton James), brought in by Carter's charitable mother, Eleanor (recurring guest star Mary McDonnell). The doctors marvel at a 13-year-old girl, Stacy (Jeanette Brox), who crashed her mother's car while trying to drive the inebriated woman home.||45:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Simple Twist of Fate||With their baby daughter still fighting for her life, Greene and Corday argue after she orders Rachel out of their home. Abby regrets championing her battered neighbor, Joyce who refuses to charge her husband, Brian with abuse. Tainted snacks cause food poisoning among several staffers. Carter confronts his mother, Eleanor , over issues of emotional abandonment and gets a surprise visit from his father, Jack. The emergency room team treats an elderly swimmer with heart problems, a fearful 15-year-old girl with vaginal bleeding, a recent lottery winner who was unlucky enough to have been stabbed by a falling icicle and a diminutive stripper, Ginger who accidentally swallowed a customer's wedding ring.||45:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIt's All In Your Head||As Greene's medical problems reappear, Corday lives in a hotel room with the baby, angry at Greene for the way he dealt with Rachel (recurring guest star Hallee Hirsh) following the infant's overdose. Greene treats a father, Ian Nevinger (Brant Cotton), who severely burned himself while experimenting with illegal drugs. With the patient's life in immediate jeopardy, Greene is further tormented by Ian's refusal to let his family see him in his horrific condition.||45:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSecrets and Lies||After a dominatrix, Medusa (Patricia Thielemann), inadvertently leaves a bag of sex toys in the emergency room, causing a few moments of hilarious but inappropriate behavior amongst the overworked staff, Weaver angrily orders Abby, Carter, Lewis, Kovac and Gallant to attend a day-long sexual harassment seminar. Waiting for the tardy instructor, the five share intimate details about their relationships while alternately mocking and challenging one another. Abby and Lewis frankly discuss their problems with Carter and Kovac, and the two men have a fencing match--literally and figuratively--that reveals much about their respective attraction to Abby.||45:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|17||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBygones||Still living apart from each other, Corday and Greene find it awkward to work together in the emergency room. Corday suspects that Greene is romantically involved with Lewis. Greene is confused by the reaction of Terry, the sister of a severely ill woman, Joanne, after he asks her to donate part of her liver to save Joanne's life. Greene also chastises the uncaring adoptive parents of a young boy who almost dies after experimental therapy. Weaver treats victims of a raging inferno, not knowing whether or not the fire has killed her intimate friend, firefighter Sandy Lopez. Chen is followed by a deranged man, Martin, the victim of severe psychological trauma. The doctors treat two college students after one claims that they were attacked by a maniac on campus. And two elderly adulterers cause trouble in the emergency room.||44:37||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|18||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOrion In the Sky||While Greene tries to distract himself from his worsening brain tumor by working hard, he reluctantly recognizes that his debilitating illness is hampering his ability to perform the job. Watching other terminally ill patients struggle with their treatments also has a sobering effect on him. Greene has a poignant reunion with his ex-wife, Jenn, and mediates between the staff and a stubborn but deluded homeless man, Al Ervin. Confident, young first-year intern Gregory Pratt, who has transferred from another hospital, hopes to become a resident at County General soon--but first he must heed advice from Greene about his bedside manner as they treat a family man, Stan Seidel who receives the terrible news that he has advanced prostate cancer.||45:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|19||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBrothers and Sisters||Extremely disturbed after receiving a traumatic call for help from her 6-year-old niece, Lewis rushes from Chicago to New York to search for the child. Lewis tracks down her trouble-prone sister, Chloe, and enlists the aid of police officers Faith Yokas and Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli and paramedics Kim Zambrano ("Third Watch" series star Kim Raver) and Alex Taylor. Sergeant Swersky also helps with the situation.||45:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|20||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Letter||Carter reads a letter from the ailing Greene to the emergency room staff and feels helpless when a terminally ill homeless man, Al Ervin (Paul Benjamin), keeps requesting Greene's help. Carter also tries to coax a drunken Abby to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting with him. Meanwhile, Weaver berates a psychiatric patient. Obnoxious Pratt learns that he will be assigned to County General for his residency. And Romano struggles to save the life of a young girl, Melissa Rue (Kay Panabaker), after a dangerous malignancy is discovered during her treatment for injuries sustained in an auto accident. Mekhi Phifer and Lisa Vidal guest star.||45:21||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|21||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOn the Beach||As Greene lives his final days, he takes the reluctant Rachel (recurring guest star Hallee Hirsh) to his childhood home in Hawaii, along with Corday. There, he indulges in life's simple pleasures and tries to impart memories, some of which are bittersweet, and family history to his distant daughter. But their arguments escalate as Greene's health deteriorates. Finally, Greene and Rachel reconcile before he dies. Greene's colleagues and loved ones attend his funeral in Chicago.||45:56||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|22||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLockdown||In the season finale, Chicago residents become fearful of an epidemic. When Carter and Abby treat two children with ominous symptoms, the emergency room is placed under quarantine until disease experts from the federal government can arrive. As Carter fights to save the youths, the staff is trapped with the suffering patients and a busload of injured and irritable senior citizens. Reporters surround the hospital, and police block the exits, prompting the restless victims to stage a minor riot in an attempt to escape the dangerous and stifling conditions inside. Meanwhile, Pratt (recurring guest star Mekhi Phifer) and Chen--who may have contracted the disease--ignore their own symptoms as they labor to save the life of a homeless man, Stan the Can (recurring guest star Harrison Page), who is a frequent patient at the hospital.||44:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
ER was, and still is, the best TV show. The actors/actresses, the plots, and the symbols in the show were phenomenal. I wish it was still on the air. I love that I can have entire episodes in my pocket.
way too much money
i understand that ER is off air but you shouldnt have to pay three freaking dollars for ONE episode two dollars i understand but three is a total rip off c'mon itunes no one will buy the episodes for three dollars
BEST SHOW EVER ON TELEVISIION
This is the best show ever to air on TV. I remember when I started watching the first season. It was so unique and different - nothing else like it at the time. Great acting, writing, music - could go on and on. Love ER!!!
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- Genre: Drama
- Released: Sep 27, 2001
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