ER

Season 5 Episode 7

Hazed and Confused

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Nov 12, 1998 on NBC
8.6
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Dr. Corday commits a deadly error after being on-call for nearly 36 hours straight. Peter visits Dr. Kotlowitz and receives encouragement regarding a cochlear implant for Reese. Dr. Amanda Lee, a prospective new ER chief, visits. In the wake of a failed pregnancy attempt, Carol lashes out at a mother using abortion as a means of selective birth control. Carter and Lucy feud when Carter accidentally uses her palm computer and finds out what she thinks of him. Mark panics during a paramedic initiation ritual.moreless

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  • Lucy has change to fill her own validation form...

    8.0
    Lucy and Carter.. all again in the main focus.. they just do not seem to work it out. She tries to talk with him but never gets far but she records a message... and later accidentally Carter finds it and gives her a change to fill her own validation form. And she hands it to Greene and he is surprised how it can be that they are doing so bad? Funny - Lucy just seems to live in totally different world.. have totally different view.. but that is not bad.



    Also Carol gets some focus as she is desperately trying to get pregnant but with no success and she takes hard when a mother fakes pain to find out if the child is girl or boy and when she finds it is girl, she plans to do abort. Carol is really out of herself.



    But Weaver.. she has some great personality as she seems to be quite happy with her new life.. only for medicine.moreless
  • Dr. Weaver has a personality! We see her in her home and in her kitchen. This is the room where all is told...that and the bedroom, that is. This is for a later storyline.moreless

    9.3
    Dr. Carter learns that Dr. Weaver has a real personality. He also has to deal with Ms. Knight again. They are always at odds with each other.



    Dr. Weaver gives up the interim chief of emergency medicine position. Good for her. She needs a life. I love her spunk.



    Poor Carol. She wants to have a baby and she cannot get pregnant. Nice that it happens later in the storyline. Dr. Corday has a night and day and day as well. She is on shift for 36 hours. Too bad that she cannot be perfect. I love how she meddles in Dr. Benton's son's life.moreless
Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston

Dr. Elizabeth Corday

Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards

Dr. Mark Greene

Eriq La Salle

Eriq La Salle

Dr. Peter Benton

George Clooney

George Clooney

Dr. Doug Ross

Gloria Reuben

Gloria Reuben

P.A. Jeanie Boulet

Julianna Margulies

Julianna Margulies

Nurse Carol Hathaway

Dennis Boutsikaris

Dennis Boutsikaris

Dr. David Kotlowitz

Guest Star

Caitlin Alderton

Caitlin Alderton

Skye

Guest Star

Aimee Graham

Aimee Graham

Unknown

Guest Star

Abraham Benrubi

Abraham Benrubi

Jerry

Recurring Role

Jorja Fox

Jorja Fox

Dr. Maggie Doyle

Recurring Role

Julie Bowen

Julie Bowen

Roxanne

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Goof: During the scene where Mark calls Carter and Lucy into the lounge to work out their problems, Carter refers to Mark as "Tony." Mark is played by Anthony "Tony" Edwards.

    • Goof: When Dr. Ross is working on the little baby boy in the ER, the audience can see that the feet showing under the cover are the feet of a baby doll. Additionally, the orientation of the feet change at the end of the scene.

  • QUOTES (1)

  • NOTES (1)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Title: "Hazed and Confused"
      The title of this episode is a play on the title of the 1993 movie Dazed and Confused, a coming of age film written and directed by Richard Linklater. Set in 1976, the film depicts what happens to a group of teenagers on the final day of school. "Dazed and Confused" is also the title of a song written by Jake Holmes and recorded for his 1967 debut album "The Above Ground Sound" of Jake Holmes. The English rock band Led Zeppelin recorded their version of the song in 1968 and included it on their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin.

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