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Season 5 Episode 22

Getting to Know You

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM May 20, 1999 on NBC
8.7
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Season Finale: Carol's pregnancy becomes public knowledge, and she learns that she's having twins. Lucy has problems trying to go off Ritalin. Peter learns Carla plans to move to Germany. Kerry finds an abandoned youngster and brings him to the ER. Mark and Elizabeth discuss their relationship. Jeanie and Reggie draw closer again.moreless

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  • Lost boy gets found.. and many other things get to conclusion...

    8.5
    A beautiful episode... It starts with Kerry finding a little lost boy. The boy is not responding and she takes him with her. It is found out that the boy has more serious condition than it looks.



    Lucy is not having best day. She is late, then humiliates herself on front of the Romano and it gets only worser. She is off her medicine and it is not working. Finally she gives up and takes the bill. Jeanie is becoming closer with the officer again. And she is quite scared when it comes out that there is shooting and one officer is wounded. She is so scared but also learns much for her and about herself.



    And finally.. for the end.. we see that Greene and Corday is getting closer.. it was beautiful episode.. but.. as a season final.. not so charming. Some episode before it were much better.moreless
  • You see, I liked this episode very much but as a series finale it was nothing special.

    8.2
    I enjoyed Kerry's story-line with the little boy, it helped to humanise her and allowed us to see into her a bit more - her worry that the boy has abandoned due to his disability reflected in her own adoption.



    Carol's party was sweet too, it's lovely that a hospital comes together for each other.



    Jeannie and Reggie were also looking promising, and I liked her philosophy about life's obstacles.



    Also, this episode showed a great relationship between Mark and Elizabeth. While I never would have even considered them as a potential couple in the past, it seems they go nicely together.moreless
Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston

Dr. Elizabeth Corday

Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards

Dr. Mark Greene

Eriq La Salle

Eriq La Salle

Dr. Peter Benton

Gloria Reuben

Gloria Reuben

P.A. Jeanie Boulet

Julianna Margulies

Julianna Margulies

Nurse Carol Hathaway

Kellie Martin

Kellie Martin

Lucy Knight

Freda Foh Shen

Freda Foh Shen

Hearing Specialist

Guest Star

Corey Parker Robinson

Corey Parker Robinson

Antoine Bell

Guest Star

Lizette Carrion

Lizette Carrion

Unknown

Guest Star

Abraham Benrubi

Abraham Benrubi

Jerry

Recurring Role

Ellen Crawford

Ellen Crawford

Lydia

Recurring Role

Yvette Freeman

Yvette Freeman

Haleh

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • (Carol is having an ultrasound)
      Carol: What? Mark, what?
      Mark: Heartbeat.
      Carol: Yes, Mark, Elizabeth already said that. What?
      Elizabeth: No, what he means is... there are two heartbeats.
      Carol: (shocked) Twins?!

    • (on discovering that she is having twins)
      Corday: How are you taking the news?
      Carol: I'm in denial, but thanks for asking.

    • Romano: Dr. Carter, Miss Knight is a student of yours?
      Carter: ...yesss.
      Romano: Work harder.

    • Mark: Elizabeth, I don't know, I don't know what's going to happen...but I do know how I feel and I feel like I've found something amazing, and I want to be here. I want to get to know you. We cannot be scared. I would hate to miss another boat.
      (the two kiss for the first time)

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Anspaugh: Ah, I see. A "Big Brother is watching" sort of thing.
      Dr. Anspaugh is referring to the classic dystopian novel 1984, written by English author George Orwell and published in 1949. The principle behind Big Brother is that no one can do anything without their actions being monitored by the ruling party.

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