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Season 1 Episode 11

Happy New Year

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Jan 05, 1995 on NBC
8.6
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Carter fumbles his first opportunity to observe a surgery. Susan's nemesis, Dr. Kayson, makes her New Year's Day decidedly unpleasant. Chloe announces she's moving to Texas with her boyfriend. Peter and his sister try to sort out care for their ailing mother.

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  • If something is going wrong, it will go even more wrong

    7.4
    Susan is having hard time. It has not been best for her. Now Cloe and her baby and her ideas about leaving. It most be confusing. And all what was going on with that doctor and that patient. It was well written and should have been interesting but did not catch me at all. I do not know - just did not worked.



    Carter, on the other hand, was having great storyline and some funny moments. He wanted so much to learn and he had is change . He did got his first tube down to patient and he did get to surgery - only first to get kicked out again, then back and not going out of the circle. But I think he was happy in the end.



    Nothing special here but still worth spending timemoreless
Keene Curtis

Keene Curtis

Gilbert McCabe

Guest Star

Jeanne Mori

Jeanne Mori

Mrs. Bradley

Guest Star

Anne O'Sullivan

Anne O'Sullivan

Mrs. Davies

Guest Star

Glenn Plummer

Glenn Plummer

Timmy

Recurring Role

Andrea Parker

Andrea Parker

Linda Farrell

Recurring Role

Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson

Dr. Jack Kayson

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (5)

    • Benton: Carter, you don't have to butt in backwards. You're not sterile yet.

    • Carter: His abdomen's rigid. Peritoneal lavage?
      Benton: And would you like to do that also, Mr. Carter?
      Carter: No, you can do that one.
      Benton: Why, thank you.

    • Carol: Paramedics are bringing in an MVA. I need you to bring him down.
      Carter: Wait. By myself?
      Carol: Uh-huh.
      Carter: Excellent! (he leaves running)
      Carol: Carter, it's 34 degrees out. You might want to get your coat.

    • (to Carter, who's been complaining about Benton)
      Mark: When I was in medical school, I had a ton of residents like Benton. In fact, I think Benton had a ton of residents like Benton. He's not the worst one you're going to get. My advice? Get used to it.

    • Greene: In winter I wish they'd dump the bodies inside.
      Carol: Yeah, pretty inconsiderate of them.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Dinah Lenney makes her first appearance as Nurse Shirley in this episode. She would go on to be a mainstay of the recurring supporting cast for fifteen seasons, until the series ended in 2009.

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