ER

Season 13 Episode 12

Breach of Trust

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 04, 2007 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Goof: The logo on the bus used in the scene where Kerry finds Yvonne at the bus stop has a CTC logo on the side, but buses in Chicago are part of the CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) system.

      Goof: As Kerry is moving about the admit desk, saying goodbye, you can see her scarf change position multiple times without her actually moving it herself.

  • Quotes

    • Haleh: (to Abby) Your guy is firing Dr. Weaver!

    • Kerry: (To the staff, after saying she resigned and took the job in Miami) So, if you're ever in Miami turn on Channel 6 and that's where you'll find me. And... if I'm not there I'll be on the beach with my son.

    • (Talking about Ben and herself)
      Sam: We're just friends, Gracie.
      Gracie: Yeah, that's what Angelina and Brad said.

    • (In response to Luka's news her position is being cut.)
      Kerry: You're firing me? And this is how you tell me?
      Luka: There's no good way.

    • (After Sarah tells Neela how Meg refers to her)
      Neela: I've never been called a whore!
      Abby: Did she say "dirty whore" or "filthy whore"?
      Neela: Is there a difference?
      Abby: Depends on the whore.

    • Kerry: Do you know where you are?
      Yvonne: I know I'm not HOME!

    • Morris: My credit card was declined this morning!
      Pratt: You need to dial back on the escort services.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Kerry: So, if you're ever in Miami, turn on Channel 6 and that's where you'll find me.

      On Miami's local cable, Channel 6 is normally NBC, the network ER airs on.

    • Neela: I spent a week in New Orleans once. I became addicted to beignets.
      Yvonne: Cafe du Monde is my favorite place.
      Cafe du Monde is a tradition in New Orleans, and regarded as the best place for cafe au lait and beignets, square fried doughnuts heaped with powdered sugar, which are served 24 hours a day. Located along the Mississippi River in the French Quarter, it survived 2005's Hurricane Katrina and reopened for business within a short period of time.

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