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Rampage

Season 7, Ep 22, Aired 5/17/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Season Finale: The father of the abused boy that Mark treated last week goes on a shooting rampage throughout the city, looking for anyone connected with the placing of his son in a foster care facility. Mark fears for Elizabeth and baby Ella's safety when Corday doesn't answer her pager. Chen moves one step closer to the chief resident position. Romano fires Legaspi. Weaver confronts Romano. Carla's husband, Roger, accuses Benton of sleeping with Carla. Cleo cuts her hand while treating an HIV-positive patient. Luka draws unhappiness from Abby when he sends in her med school reapplication without her consent. Carter expresses his feelings to Abby and begins thinking about his future at another hospital.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jack Orman

  • Joe Sachs

  • Ellen Crawford

    Lydia

  • Troy Evans

    Frank

  • J.E. Freeman

    Mr. Jeffries

  • Fan Reviews (6)
  • Gun day...

    By Parricida, Jan 04, 2008

  • A gripping and outstanding finale to yet another amazing season!

    By ER4life, Apr 04, 2007

  • just great!

    By RachL14, Feb 10, 2007

  • This was probably the best episode of the whole season.

    By aussieforgood, Apr 08, 2006

  • A man with a grudge causes many injuries.

    By chrisbd1, Nov 07, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Kerry: It's not right, Kim. You know why they're firing you. You have to fight it, you have to fight this. Kim: I'm supposed to fight. You're hiding but I'm supposed to fight? Well, I'm sorry, but I don't want to fight. I just want to move on. So should you.

    • Kovac: You don't want to be a doctor anymore? Abby: I don't know. Kovac: You don't know? Abby: I don't know...

    • Greene: Time of death, 11:40. Romano: 0 for 2, and it's not even lunch.

    • Romano: You had better choose your battles very carefully. You are the Chief of Emergency Medicine, not the County's lesbian advocate. Weaver: That's where you are wrong, Robert, because I am both. I am the Chief of Emergency Medicine and I am a lesbian. And if you pursue this matter any further I will take it to the County Board of Supervisors, the ACLU, the press, and anyone else who will listen. So I suggest you choose your battles very carefully.

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