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Kate reveals that she was raped during medical school.
Dr. Hancock has a magically disappearing and reappearing beard throughout the episode.
Kate tells John that she had a C-section after 39 hours of labor.
Dr. Sutton has moved to Chicago from Philadelphia.
An electrophysiology specialist would be running the laser during the ablation, not Dr. Hancock.
Dr. Watters warns Nyland that one more screw-up will get him fired.
It doesn't make sense that Dr. Nyland doesn't perform the hernia repair while the patient is still in the OR.
Kate Austin worked at Beth Israel Hospital.
Dr. Hancock isn't a surgeon, so he wouldn't have been in the operating room with the other doctors doing the procedure.
We learn that Camille had previously had an abortion years before.
Diane's father had a heart transplant.
Dr. Hancock joins the staff of Chicago Hope.
Dennis is a friend of Billy Kronk.
Goof: Dr. Hancock would not be permitted in the operating room performing surgery since he doesn't have privileges at the hospital, and doesn't have malpractice insurance.
The experimental procedure is a singlotomy, which Dr. Shutt performs in a future episode.
This is the first time a teenager's breast was shown on national TV. However, when shown in syndication on Discovery Health, it was blurred out.
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.
Billy Kronk is a surgeon at Euclid Hospital, and knows Geri Infante.
Jeffrey Geiger went to Brown University, and Alan Birch went to Harvard.