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Dr. Watters is identified as the "head of the department". However, it isn't specified which department.
Phillip discloses that Jeffrey had a son who died when he was less than a year old. The next episode, we learn that his son drowned.
Dr. Thurmond is 76 years old.
Dr. Antonovich is identified as being a transplant surgeon from a Texas hospital.
We learn that house counsel Alan Birch has been dubbed "The Eel" by the staff.
Camille is identified as the head OR nurse.
We learn that Jeffrey's son died six years earlier.
It isn't reasonable to think that a man would introduce his friend and himself (with their full names) to a woman if he thought she was a prostitute.
Aaron clasps hands with his patient Joe Collito on his way into surgery, and this scene becomes part of the opening titles beginning with Episode 14 until the last season.
Dr. Shutt is the head of neurosurgery.
Charlayne Woodard will go on to play the recurring role of Gina Wilkes beginning in season 3.
When Karen is diagnosed, she laments all of the things she hasn't gotten to, including remodeling her kitchen. But she had just moved to Chicago the week before.
Dr. Antonovich is 35 years old.
Dr. Geiger is the Chief of Cardiothorasic Surgery.
This is the last episode in which Karen appears in a speaking role.
Dr. Nyland is a resident.
Jeffrey Geiger went to Brown University, and Alan Birch went to Harvard.
Both the young boxer and the pregnant teenager are 15 years old.
Alan gives a speech to shame Nabbott, talking about how he looks through his daughter's eyes to measure his character. But he's only been a parent of a newborn just a matter of days.
Nabbott's head was shaved when he had surgery two weeks earlier. But in this episode, his hair was completely grown out.