This episode demonstrates why I love the character of Dr. Mark Greene and Anthony Edwards' portrayal of him. In this episode, he isn't really involved in the "flashier" high drama rescue with Carter and Malucci, but rather the quiet and slow death of a cancer patient with a DNR. While there is some inherent drama with the upset father, the most poignant scenes, in my opinion, occur when Dr. Greene is sitting alone with the cancer patient in the trauma room when she begs him to help her even though she has signed a DNR. Edwards is able to portray a mixture of professional bedside manner and empathy in this scene better than any other fictional doctor I have seen on TV. As a patient who has seen their fair share of doctors, I find Edwards' tone in that scene to be so spot on and believable that it's almost frightening. I also couldn't help but love Dr. Greene's, "Shut up, Kerry!" line. Awesome.