Season three of ER marks the (temporary) exit of Chicago County emergency-room doctor Susan Lewis (Sherry Stringfield), whose ever-increasing emotional problems are exacerbated when her romance with Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards) fails to take off. It also marks the begining of John Carter's (Noah Wyle) medical career, as he starts off the season ...
Season three of ER marks the (temporary) exit of Chicago County emergency-room doctor Susan Lewis (Sherry Stringfield), whose ever-increasing emotional problems are exacerbated when her romance with Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards) fails to take off. It also marks the begining of John Carter's (Noah Wyle) medical career, as he starts off the season now a doctor, but still low on the food chain as a first-year intern. New to the series this season are head of surgery Dr. Donald Anspaugh (John Aylward), pediatrician Dr. Abby Keaton (Glenne Headley), and oversensitive intern Dr. Dennis Gant (Omar Epps), who, unable to withstand the incessant hectoring of hard-driving supervisor Dr. Peter Benton (Eriq La Salle), commits suicide. Benton has problems on other fronts as well: Dr. Keaton dismisses him from the prestigious pediatrics team; his current girlfriend, Jeanie Boulet (Gloria Reuben), is diagnosed as HIV-positive; and his former sweetheart Carla Reese (Lisa Nicole Carson) prematurely delivers Benton's baby son, who is born deaf. Elsewhere, womanizing Dr. Ross (George Clooney) has another scandal on his hands when his latest one-night stand (whose name he doesn't even know) drops dead; unfortunately, his attempt to redeem himself by rescuing a 14-year-old prostitute from a life on the streets ends disastrously as well. Long-suffering Head Nurse Carol Hathaway (Julianna Margulies) is torn between staying in her current job and entering med school. And newly divorced Dr. Greene nervously re-enters the dating scene, even while his ongoing war of nerves with the abrasive Dr. Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) intensifies. As the season rushes to a climax, Greene is accused of allowing a black patient to die while caring for a white patient -- and shortly afterward, he is severely beaten by an unknown assailant. Hal Erickson, Rovi
Noah Wyle, Anthony Edwards, Eriq La Salle, Julianna Margulies, George Clooney, Laura Innes, Sherry Stringfield, Gloria Reuben. Run time: 60 mins. Aspect ratio: 1.78: 1. Originally released: 1996. 6 discs.
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Noah Wyle, Anthony Edwards, Eriq La Salle, Julianna Margulies, George Clooney, Laura Innes, Sherry Stringfield, Gloria Reuben. Run time: 60 mins. Aspect ratio: 1.78: 1. Originally released: 1996. 6 discs. Language: English. PACKAGE: New, in Original Shrink-Wrap. DVD: New, in Original Shrink-Wrap. SYNOPSIS: ON THE FRONTLINES OF MEDICINE. Whad'ya got? The cry goes out as the gurney rolls in. Immediately, the staff of County General Hospital's trauma unit leap into action. There's not a moment to lose. And a life to save. The 22-episode triple Emmy Award-winning ER Season three rolls out in a 6-disc set featuring exciting extras. Greene (Anthony Edwards) is the victim of a violent attack. Ross (George Clooney) tries to get his personal life in order. Hathaway (Juliana Margulies) takes the MCAT. Benton (Eriq LaSalle) takes on the toughest surgical elective and Carter (Noah Wyle) takes a bold step toward a new career path. These and other stories overlap the day-in, day-out turmoil of life on the frontlines of medicine. That's whad'ya got. ITEM NUMBER: 33580. CREATED BY: Michael Crichton. EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Michael Crichton, John Wells. CONTENTS: Dr. Carter, I Presume; Let the Games Begin; Don't Ask, Don't Tell; Last Call; Ghosts; Fear of Flying; No Brain, No Gain; Union Station; Ask Me No Questions, I'll Tell You No Lies; Homeless for the Holidays; Night Shift; Post Mortem; Fortune's Fools; Whose Appy Now? ; The Long Way Around; Faith; Tribes; You Bet Your Life; Calling Dr. Hathaway; Random Acts; Make a Wish; One More for the Road; SPECIAL FEATURES: 2 New Documentaries: ER Specialists: Fear of Flying; The Nurses Station; Commentary on 2 Key Episodes; Outpatient Outtakes: Deleted Scenes; Cutups: Gag Reel; All-New Digital Widescreen Transfers; Trailer: ER Video Game Preview; Subtitles: English, Francais & Espanol. ISBN: 0-7907-9154-4. PROGRAM TIME: 993 Minutes. DATE: 1996/1997. EDITION: DVD. Region 1 NTSC (Canada and the United States). Canadian Home Video Rating: PG. Bonus Material Not Rated or Closed-Captioned. This Disc is copy protected and may be played only on licensed devices. Color. Dolby Digital English Stereo.