Chicago Hope

Season 2 Episode 21

Quiet Riot

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM May 06, 1996 on CBS
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Quiet Riot
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The ER looks like the only game in town as a very disturbed family one by one injures each other during a therapy session. Geiger and his fellow clowns return to cheer up children injured in a bus accident, with a musical rendition of "The Emperor's New Clothes".moreless

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    Jayne Brook

    Jayne Brook

    Dr. Diane Grad (Episodes 23-119, recurring otherwise)

    Thomas Gibson

    Thomas Gibson

    Dr. Danny Nyland (Episodes 14-71, recurring otherwise)

    Hector Elizondo (I)

    Hector Elizondo (I)

    Dr. Phillip Watters

    Peter Berg

    Peter Berg

    Dr. Billy Kronk (Episodes 23-119, recurring otherwise)

    Vondie Curtis-Hall

    Vondie Curtis-Hall

    Dr. Dennis Hancock (Episodes 23-119, recurring otherwise)

    Jamey Sheridan

    Jamey Sheridan

    Dr. John Sutton (Episodes 28-45)

    Tyrin Turner

    Tyrin Turner

    Ricky Jackson

    Guest Star

    Richard Schiff

    Richard Schiff

    Mark Sarison

    Guest Star

    Joel Polis

    Joel Polis

    Dr. Joel Bronson

    Guest Star

    Helena Lewis

    Helena Lewis

    Paramedic

    Recurring Role

    Sharon Omi

    Sharon Omi

    Debi Hamano

    Recurring Role

    Mandy Patinkin

    Mandy Patinkin

    Dr. Jeffrey Geiger

    Recurring Role

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      • Diane Grad: Ricky, you will find, as you grow into the medical profession, that the concept of male chauvanist pig is still very much alive and well, in fact it's flourishing. In the ethically bankrupt world of private medicine, the balance of power, is, as always, extremely one-sided, (spreaders). Ape-man doctors like Billy here, and Danny, possess enormous egos, surpassed only by their unwillingness to, in their deepest and most profound moments of emotional nakedness, recognize that women are as capable, if not superior, when it comes to diagnosing and treating affairs of the human body, we are, more nurturing, we are more compassionate, we are better healers, and we have more soul. You seem like a nice kid, Ricky, don't grow up to be a pig.

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