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Dr. Elizabeth Corday
Dr. Mark Greene
Dr. Luka Kovac
Dr. Kerry Weaver
Nurse Abby Lockhart
Dr. Jing-Mei "Deb" Chen
Mark leaves without officially saying goodbye to anyone.
(upon leaving the ER for the last time)
Mark: (to Carter) You set the tone.
With this episode, this phrase becomes symbolic of a point at which leadership passes to the Chief Resident. It was first said by Dr. Morgenstern to Mark in the pilot episode, "24 Hours," following Carol's attempted suicide. It would later be said by Carter to Morris in the Season 11 finale "The Show Must Go On."
Title: "Orion in the Sky"
The title of this episode comes from Katie, Dr. Greene's last patient. He tells her to close her eyes and tell him what she sees. In response, Katie says she sees Orion in the sky.
Mrs. Raskin and Al Ervin are two characters that also appeared in the pilot episode, "24 Hours," and were treated by Dr. Greene.
Mark: Never let your work become your life, Kerry.
Luka: So you have your place back?
Abby: He offered it to me, yeah.
Luka: Good good.
Abby: I mean, all my stuff's there so...
Luka: It'll be nice to sleep in a bed agian.
Abby: Yeah. But, uhm... thanks for the hospitality. Exept of course for that Croatian lamb-groul... stuff. (laughs)
Luka: It's not groul. It's called (says the name in Croatian)
Abby: It's a gastro-intestinal adventure.
Luka: Take your time. I mean, if you wanna make sure that he's gone for good.
Abby: Eh, I think I've mooched off you long enough.
(Pratt is going to check on a patient with penile fracture)
Chuny: Carter. He's going in the wrong room.
Carter: He'll figure it out.
(in the next room, Pratt sees a guy with loss of hearing)
Pratt: Let me take a look. You wanna unbuckle your belt and pull your pants down please?
Patient: My pants? What?!
Pratt: It's o.k. I'm a doctor.
Patient: I'm still waiting for some drops!!!
Pratt: That's not gonna do it. The pants, please.
Patient: (Takes down his pants) Are you sure this is necessary?
Pratt: Could you lean back a little?
Patient: Ow! Easy there.
Pratt: Hm-mm.. Were you having vigorous sex?
Patient: What?!!! No, I was hit in the head!
Pratt: Most sprains happen along the shaft, but your seems to be pretty minor. Nothing personal.
Patient: Dude! I have an ear-ache!
(Pratt looks through the window and sees Carter and Chuny laughing)
Greene: You do the learning, I'll do the teaching.
Pratt: Do I seem like a punk to you?
Pratt: Then how about you stop trying to treat me like one.
Greene: I'm sure that you think you're ready for anything.
Pratt: Wait a minute. Is this the one about the old guy and the young guy? Cause you see I've heard it all before.
Greene: Close your eyes, o.k?
Greene: What do you see?
Katie: The sky.
Greene: What's up there?
Katie: Orion's belt.
Katie: He couldn't beat the scorpions, so he jumped into the sea.
Katie: Artemus put him the sky where the scorpions never gets him.
Greene: I didn't know that. There. That didn't hurt did it?
Katie: Is it over?
Greene: It's all done. Thank you Katie.
Katie: What did I do?
Greene: You just became my very last patient.
Katie's dad: Your shift over?
Greene: Clear sky. I'm outta here.
Carter: You on tomorrow?
Greene: Your ball needs air.
Carter: It's not my ball.
Greene: You set the tone, Carter.
Greene: Work on your jump-shot.
(leaves the ER for the last time)
Greene: (to Carter, who is nodding off) No rest for the weary, Carter.
Carter: Is anybody actually sick?
Greene: Just the doctor.
Pratt: What did you say to him?
Greene: It wasn't anything I learned from being a doctor.
Greene: I know what a shock this is and what must be going through your mind right now.
Mr. Sidell: (after being diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer) You can't.
Greene: Yeah, I can.
Greene: No alternative. Just dying the way I've lived.
Pratt: I didn't mean any disrespect earlier.
Greene: Someone told you I'm dying.
Pratt: I just can't figure out what's going on with this guy.
Lewis: A tumor.
Carter: (about Greene) He's a good doctor.
Pratt: He's a burnout if I ever saw one.
Carter: I learned a lot from him.
Greene: There's a door over there that goes outside. If you don't like the way I'm doing this, keep walking.
Pratt: (about Greene's IV) What's that for?
Greene: To reduce my blood alcohol.
Greene: (to Pratt) It's not a good idea to openly show disdain for our frequent flyers.
Jenn: (to Mark, referring to the end of August) I'll see you in St. Louis.
Greene: (to Weaver) A side effect of the treatment or a progression of the disease. Pick your poison.
Frank: (introducing himself) Frank.
Frank: You got a first name?
Pratt: Well at the VA they called me Doctor.
Frank: Well here we'll call you Junior.
Greene: (to Carter) As hard as it was to treat Blue Bertha, it was harder to be Blue Bertha.
Mark: Mrs. Raskin. It's been a long time.
Mrs. Raskin: The service isn't what it used to be.
Mark: What seems to be the matter?
Mrs. Raskin: I have this hangnail, and it's very painful.
Mark: I have a brain tumor, and it's inoperable.
Mrs. Raskin: What?
Mark: I win.
When Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards) is standing at the info desk for the final time, we see a Cure Autism Now poster on the wall just behind him. Edwards has been deeply associated with Cure Autism Now, and is a longtime friend of Jonathan Shestack, its founder.
Although in the opening credits, Paul McCrane does not appear in this episode.
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