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I must tread lightly here, in order to not let any spoilers out of the bag.

The first thing for which I give the writers credit is how they finish a series premise which does not have a natural ending, such as the end of Jeb Bartlett's term as president, and the election of a new president on "The West Wing." I will say that it ends with one great arc traceable to the early seasons and to Noah Wyle's career and family.

By the time the season is over, virtually all the lead characters return in some way or other, and are seen in one or more episodes, even those who died or were killed in the course of the show, such as Mark Green and Robert Romano.

One aspect of ER to which I never quite adapted was the large number of major cast roles who either died, were seriously injured, left under a cloud, or were fired for some reason or other. To be sure, when the whole show is based on what walks in the main entrance on the spur of the moment, being either a seriously ill patient or an irascible new boss, you need a lot of things going on among the principle characters to maintain an interesting show. And, in a long running show, sooner or later, cast members must move on.

This season is no different, but it is balanced by a really rewarding finale.

The major in-season arc involves Catherine Banfield, the new head of the ER, played by Angela Basset and Courtney B. Vance as Russell Banfield, her husband. Both are strong, and hold up their end, but perhaps not as strong in the role as head of the ER as William H. Macy and Stanley Tucci, each in their own way.

In all, the show certainly goes out with a bang. I'm surprised no one has created a spin-off; however, I suspect most cast members have probably had their fill of the ER.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/ER-Season-15/dp/B001I8JXOW

Return one last time to County General for the fifteenth and final season of the award-winning ER. Following the lives of the doctors and nurses who spend their days saving those in most critical need, ER is brought full circle with the return of original characters Dr. John Carter, Dr. Doug Ross, Carol Hathaway and Dr. Peter Benson, to complete this ground breaking series and provide fans with the reunion they have desired for years. Don't miss this explosive and moving final season.

Episode 1

Life After Death

Thu, Sep 25, 2008 60 mins

The 15th and final season opens with the staff dealing with the aftermath of the ambulance explosion. Morris and Neela have trouble handling Pratt's injuries, while Abby makes a mistake diagnosing a mother and daughter injured in the blast.

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Episode 2

Another Thursday at County

Thu, Oct 9, 2008 60 mins

The ER is on guard as Gates marshals the new interns to treat a terrorist, but it's the new doctor and her tough disposition that has everyone on the defensive. Meanwhile, Neela is on a mission to get Dubenko back on the surgery staff.

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Episode 3

The Book of Abby

Thu, Oct 16, 2008 40 mins

Abby's length of service at County comes in handy when she stands up for Sam at the nurses' disciplinary board, but it's of little help in dealing with the new chief, who disagrees with Abby on how to treat a gunshot victim. Meanwhile, Neela finally learns of Abby's good news, but is hurt that she had to hear it secondhand.

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Episode 4

Parental Guidance

Thu, Oct 23, 2008 40 mins

Banfield defends herself against a thief; Dubenko returns to the surgery team after Brenner's successful protests; a gymnast's injuries arouse the suspicions of Banfield and Gates; and Sarah's surprise piercing upsets Gates.

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Episode 5

Haunted

Thu, Oct 30, 2008 60 mins

Neela is surprised by a visit from an old friend, and Brenner treats a school-age stabbing victim. Meanwhile, Sam, whose attention is on her upcoming pharmacology exam, doesn't realise Gates feels neglected.

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Episode 6

Oh, Brother

Thu, Nov 6, 2008 60 mins

With Pratt gone, Morris takes on the role of mentor to Chaz, but Banfield disapproves of the complicated medical procedures he's teaching him. Meanwhile, Neela feels disrespected by Banfield when dealing with her intern.

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Episode 7

Heal Thyself

Thu, Nov 13, 2008 60 mins

Dr Greene returns in flashbacks as Banfield recalls his heroics in caring for her son years earlier. The memories are triggered by a 3-year-old girl whom Banfield tries to rescue from drowning. Meanwhile, Gates tries to use his influence to help a homeless veteran, and the interns struggle with their ER responsibilities.

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Episode 8

Age of Innocence

Thu, Nov 20, 2008 60 mins

Neela's intern bears the brunt of her anger after he involves the surgery department in a lawsuit. Meanwhile, Brenner loses control with a patient and Gates' obsession with a missing war hero frustrates Sam.

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Episode 9

Let It Snow

Thu, Dec 4, 2008 60 mins

A snowstorm extends Morris and Banfield's stay in Nebraska for a conference; Neela defends herself in court over a patient's death; and Alex and Sarah sneak out to a party.

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Episode 10

The High Holiday

Thu, Dec 11, 2008 60 mins

Morris receives a package from his deceased father; Sam has concerns about removing Alex from the ventilator; and a woman with a high-risk pregnancy fears deportation.

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Episode 11

Separation Anxiety

Thu, Jan 8, 2009 60 mins

Banfield treats two brothers injured during a drug deal, and later makes an important decision concerning the future of her family. Elsewhere, Neela tends to a young patient with sickle-cell anemia, prompting her to consider specialising in pediatric surgery; and communication breaks down between Gates and Sam regarding Alex.

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Episode 12

Dream Runner

Thu, Jan 15, 2009 60 mins

Neela experiences a bizarre recurring dream about her efforts to save a girl with sickle cell anemia. Meanwhile, she also attends an interview and chances upon Dr Elizabeth Corday. And Gates treats a patient who jumped from a window while sleeping.

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Episode 13

Love Is a Battlefield

Thu, Jan 22, 2009 60 mins

Morris treats a youngster who was hit while riding her bike. Meanwhile, Gates has trouble distancing himself from Sam, and Neela's nerves take over when she learns Brenner has returned from Australia.

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Episode 14

A Long, Strange Trip

Thu, Feb 5, 2009 60 mins

Dr Morgenstern visits County General upon learning a former mentor is seriously ill. Meanwhile, Sam's sister drops by unexpectedly; Gates and Morris treat an elderly man who was assaulted on the street; and Brenner is shocked by a patient's diagnosis.

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Episode 15

The Family Man

Thu, Feb 12, 2009 60 mins

Brenner tries to find a caretaker for the daughter of a woman who was severely injured in a car accident; Morris fights an insurance company that refuses to pay for a 78-year-old man's treatment. Meanwhile, Neela tells Brenner that she has received an offer from North Carolina.

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Episode 16

The Beginning of the End

Thu, Feb 19, 2009 60 mins

Dr Carter surprises the staff with an unexpected visit. Meanwhile, Gates treats a groom with respiratory trouble that may be related to mushroom hunting; and Banfield tries to persuade her husband to have another child.

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Episode 17

T Minus 6

Thu, Feb 26, 2009 60 mins

Carter struggles with the new procedures and technology at County; Banfield and her husband look into adoption after in vitro fertilisation proves frustrating; and Sam's mother arrives at the ER in an altered state.

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Episode 18

What We Do

Thu, Mar 5, 2009 60 mins

The doctors deal with relationship issues under the watchful eye of a film crew shooting a documentary on emergency medicine. Morris' girlfriend is rushed to the ER with gunshot wounds, Neela tries to understand her communication difficulties with Brenner, and Sam hopes to make amends with her mother (Amy Madigan). Noah Wyle guest stars.

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Episode 19

Old Times

Thu, Mar 12, 2009 60 mins

On a mission to retrieve transplant organs for Carter, Neela and Sam fly to Seattle, where they meet with Hathaway (Julianna Margulies) and Ross (George Clooney), who are coordinating the transfer. But the donor's grandmother (Susan Sarandon) has second thoughts about the donation. Meanwhile, Benton (Eriq La Salle) watches out for Carter at Northwestern. Ernest Borgnine also guest stars.

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Episode 20

Shifting Equilibrium

Thu, Mar 19, 2009 60 mins

Everyone seems to have forgotten that it is Neela's last day at County, but she proves herself ready to be an attending by standing her ground when she and Dubenko disagree on the approach to two surgical cases. Meanwhile, Brenner has a breakthrough about his painful past.

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Episode 21

I Feel Good

Thu, Mar 26, 2009 60 mins

Morris and Brenner volunteer at Camp del Corazon, a camp for children who had open-heart surgery. Meanwhile, Banfield's adoption dreams slip away when a mother returns for the child she left at the ER. Tom Arnold guest stars.

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Episode 22

And in the End... Part 1

Thu, Apr 2, 2009 60 mins

Part 1 of 2. In the series finale, old friends from County show up to support Carter as he opens a new medical facility for Chicago's less fortunate. Meanwhile, Gates treats a teen suffering from alcohol poisoning as a result of a drinking game; and an intern turns to Carter for help with a woman who has gone into labor with twins. Alexis Bledel and Ernest Borgnine guest star.

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Episode 23

And in the End... Part 2

Thu, Apr 2, 2009 40 mins

Conclusion. In the series finale, old friends from County show up to support Carter as he opens a new medical facility for Chicago's less fortunate. Meanwhile, Gates treats a teen suffering from alcohol poisoning as a result of a drinking game; and an intern turns to Carter for help with a woman who has gone into labor with twins. Alexis Bledel and Ernest Borgnine guest star.

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Sours: https://www.tvguide.com/tvshows/er/episodes-season-15/1030201271/
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ER follows the medical personnel and patients in the emergency room of Chicago’s fictional County General Hospital. Created by best-selling author Michael Crichton (“Jurassic Park”) and produced by John Wells (“The West Wing”), Christopher Chulack (“Third Watch”), David Zabel (“JAG”), and R. Scott Gemmill (“Jonny Zero”), the Emmy Award-winning series has completed twelve seasons as one of television’s highest-rated dramas.

The doctors and nurses of County’s ER confront the daily challenges of a busy urban hospital, including overcrowded waiting rooms, staffing shortages, and the impact of life-and-death decisions. While they teach the next generation of doctors, each must tackle the demands of their personal lives, at times unsuccessfully. The staff is led by Chief of Emergency Medicine Dr. Luka Kovac (Goran Visnjic, “Welcome to Sarajevo”), a gifted teacher who came from Croatia to Chicago, where he’s built a new life and a new family, but is still followed by the shadows of a tragic past, and Dr. Kerry Weaver, County’s Chief of Staff (Laura Innes, “Deep Impact”), a compassionate doctor and uncompromising administrator who must face some dramatic changes in her life. The ER is staffed by two new attending physicians: Dr. Gregory Pratt (Mekhi Phifer, “8 Mile”) whose rebel days seem behind him as he matures into a new role, and former Chief Resident Dr. Archie Morris (Scott Grimes, “Band of Brothers”) who faces the realization medicine may be his true calling. The backbone of the ER are third-year year residents Dr. Abby Lockhart (Maura Tierney, “Newsradio”) a former ER nurse turned doctor, who must balance a demanding career with a new family, and Dr. Ray Barnett (Shane West “A Walk to Remember”) whose rock-doc days are finally behind him, along with feisty nurse Samantha Taggart (Linda Cardellini, “Brokeback Mountain”) a tough single mother attempting to balance her difficult personal issues with her demanding professional life. Now in surgery, Dr. Neela Rasgotra (Parminder Nagra, “Bend it Like Beckham”) makes a professional change as she recovers from the death of her husband, and new to the ER is intern Dr. Tony Gates (John Stamos, “Full House”) a paramedic turned doctor who sees rules as made to be broken. Featured this season as recurring characters are Leland Orser (“Runaway Jury”) as the ER’s highly individual surgical attending, Dr. Lucien Dubenko, J. P. Manoux as surgical Chief Resident Dr. Damien Crenshaw, and a lively group of new interns and medical students. Guest stars for the first half of the season will include Sally Field (“Norma Rae”) as Abby’s bipolar mother, John Mahoney (“Frasier”) as a club owner with an colorful lifestyle, and in a six-episode story arc as a patient who suffers a stroke in the overcrowded ER under Luka’s care, actor/director Forest Whitaker (“Good Morning Vietnam”.)

The winner of 22 Emmy Awards including Outstanding Drama Series (1996), with 115 nominations, an industry record, ER has also won the George Foster Peabody Award (1995), and four Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Ensemble Performance in a Drama Series. ER has been renewed by NBC through the 2007-2008 television season.

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ER (season 15)

Season of television series

The fifteenth and final season of the American fictional drama television series ER premiered on September 25, 2008 and concluded on April 2, 2009, in a two-hour episode preceded by a one-hour retrospective special. The season consists of 22 episodes. The season includes the returns of multiple members of the cast from previous seasons, with the exceptions of Gloria Reuben, Maria Bello, Kellie Martin, Michael Michele, Erik Palladino, Ming-Na Wen and Sharif Atkins.

Plot[edit]

The final season opens up revealing Gregory Pratt is the victim of the ambulance explosion. Despite the rallying efforts of his workplace colleagues, he succumbs to his injuries and dies. The season introduces Cate Banfield as new ER chief, a woman with a seemingly mysterious past with County General. Luka Kovač and Abby Lockhart leave for a new life in Boston, Brenner must deal with issues surrounding his childhood, and he comes to a crossroads in his relationship with Neela, Samantha Taggart and Tony Gates' relationship suffers a major setback after an accident involving Alex Taggart while Neela Rasgotra is forced to make some tough decisions, both personal and professional.

To mark the end of the series after 15 years, several former cast members make a return to the show. Mark Greene and Robert Romano appear in a flashback episode that explores Banfield's history with County General while John Carter returns to work at County although, unbeknown to his colleagues, he is in desperate need of a kidney transplant. Peter Benton, Doug Ross, Carol Hathaway, Susan Lewis, Elizabeth Corday, Kerry Weaver and Ray Barnett return in various episodes. The series ends with one final multiple casualty incident that brings multiple patients to the ER, and shows that life goes on at County General.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Special appearances[edit]

The final season included special appearances by departed main and recurring cast members:

Returning recurring characters

Supporting[edit]

Doctors and medical students
  • Amy Aquino as Dr. Janet Coburn, Chief of Obstetrics
  • John Aylward as Dr. Donald Anspaugh, Chief of Staff
  • Leland Orser as Dr. Lucien Dubenko, Chief of Surgery
  • J. P. Manoux as Dr. Dustin Crenshaw, Surgical Attending Physician
  • Gina Ravera as Dr. Betina DeJesús, Radiologist
  • Michael Buchman Silver as Dr. Paul Meyers, Psychiatrist
  • Shiri Appleby as Dr. Daria Wade, ER Intern
  • Julian Morris as Dr. Andrew Wade, Surgical Intern
  • Victor Rasuk as Dr. Ryan Sánchez, ER Intern
  • Emily Rose as Dr. Tracy Martin, ER Intern
  • Sam Jones III as Chaz Pratt, First Year Medical Student/Part Time EMT
  • Alexis Bledel as Dr. Julia Wise, ER Intern
  • Gil McKinney as Dr. Paul Grady, Second Year ER Resident
  • Bresha Webb as Dr. Laverne St. John, ER Intern
  • Julia Jones as Dr. Kaya Montoya, ER Intern
  • Perry Anzilotti as Dr. Ed, Anesthesiologist
Nurses
Staff, paramedics and officers
Family
  • Chloe Greenfield as Sarah Riley
  • Courtney B. Vance as Russell Banfield
  • Ellaraino as Marie Banfield
  • Daylon Adkison as Daryl Banfield (in flashback only)
  • Dominic Janes as Alex Taggart
  • Amy Madigan as Mary Taggart
  • Shannon Woodward as Kelly Taggart
  • Andrew Gonzales and Aidan Gonzales as Joe Kovač
  • Kasey Mahaffy as Johnny Morris

Notable guest stars[edit]

Production[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Christopher Chulack – Executive producer
  • Michael Crichton – Creator/Executive producer
  • John Wells – Executive producer
  • David Zabel – Executive producer
  • Joe Sachs – Executive producer
  • Janine Sherman Barrois – Executive producer
  • Lisa Zwerling – Co-executive producer
  • Tommy Burns – Producer
  • Wendy Spence Rosato – Producer
  • Charles M. Lagola – Production designer
  • Arthur Albert – Director of photography
  • Martin Davich – Music
  • Randy Jon Morgan, A.C.E. – Editor
  • Mimi Leder, a frequent director during ER's first two seasons, returned as a director for the episode "A Long, Strange Trip"
  • Rod Holcomb, the director of the 1994 pilot episode as well as several other early episodes, returned to direct two episodes in this season, among them the series finale
  • Paul McCrane, recurring cast member seasons 4 and 5, and series regular seasons 6–10, continues his affiliation with the show as director of two episodes this season

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of ER episodes

References[edit]

  1. ^ abEpisode 7
  2. ^Episodes 16–19, 22
  3. ^Special Appearance in Episode 7, Main Cast in Episode 22
  4. ^ abcEpisode 19
  5. ^ abcdeEpisode 22
  6. ^Episode 3
  7. ^Episodes 1, 3, 20
  8. ^Episode 1
  9. ^Special Appearance in Episode 12, Main Cast in Episode 22
  10. ^ abEpisodes 19, 22
  11. ^Episodes 5, 20, 21
  12. ^Episode 7, Main Cast in Episode 22
  13. ^Episode 12, Main Cast in Episode 22
  14. ^Episode 14
  15. ^ abEpisode 6
  16. ^ abcEpisode 13
  17. ^Episode 15
  18. ^Episodes 15, 16, 17, 19, 21
  19. ^Episode 16
  20. ^Episode 17
  21. ^Episodes 19, 21
  22. ^Episode 21
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  43. ^James Brown's song "I Feel Good" is performed during the episode.
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  45. ^Cf. the lyric "And in the end ..." from the Beatles' song "The End", the last song on their last recorded album, Abbey Road.
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External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ER_(season_15)

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