ER

Season 7 Episode 22

Rampage

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM May 17, 2001 on NBC
8.9
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103 votes
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Season Finale: The father of the abused boy that Mark treated last week goes on a shooting rampage throughout the city, looking for anyone connected with the placing of his son in a foster care facility. Mark fears for Elizabeth and baby Ella's safety when Corday doesn't answer her pager. Chen moves one step closer to the chief resident position. Romano fires Legaspi. Weaver confronts Romano. Carla's husband, Roger, accuses Benton of sleeping with Carla. Cleo cuts her hand while treating an HIV-positive patient. Luka draws unhappiness from Abby when he sends in her med school reapplication without her consent. Carter expresses his feelings to Abby and begins thinking about his future at another hospital.moreless

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  • Gun day...

    9.6
    A beautiful episode with so many action and so many critical cases. Such a good motion and movement.



    The main thing was the man, who we saw last episode, taking down everyone who had connections with his son. Starting with shooting kids, then his neighbor, then going after social worker and.. Elizabeth. To add that worry about Elizabeth well fare into this episode - it was good addition. Brought up Romano's good sides and adding much more tension.



    And the way those cases were handled and on the back stories between Abby-Luka-Carter and Cleo-Benton. It looks like so much left for coming season.



    Plus the last scenes on elevator - I do not know what to say. I understand Mark and somehow it was brave but somehow...moreless
  • A gripping and outstanding finale to yet another amazing season!

    8.9
    I'll get right to the main plot of this finale: The crazed father of a child Dr. Greene had treated prior. The man had gone on a shooting spree throughout Chicago, notably endangering Greene's wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Ella. What made this so gripping was the suspense of not knowing whether or not Elizabeth was aware of the sniper. Mark had time and again paged her, but with little luck. Luckily, Elizabeth and Ella are discovered safe, and the crazed-killer caught and treated--by Greene himself, causing for an emotional last couple minutes of the episode. Also, the Kerry-Romano-Legaspi controversy was a dramatic and high-tension plot. Overall, this was one of my favorite season finales of ER, and this was, again, an amazing example of great story writing and acting.moreless
  • just great!

    9.9
    i absolutely loved this episode! has to be the best episode of the series easily and a perfect finale! what with all of the gun shot victims coming in and the dramatic ending, it was full of action and is a perfect example of why i watch er - i am excited to see where the carter and abby story line will go ( i no im watching repeats bt i didnt watch it when on tv ) I dont want carter to go to another hospital though which i no he wont bt still he and abby make such a good couple -excited to see wht will happen! - with mark and elizabeth as well of course! overall jst a gr8 episodemoreless
  • This was probably the best episode of the whole season.

    9.7
    This was probably the best episode of the whole season.



    I was on the edge of my seat wondering if anything happened to Elizabeth or if she was just out. I'm glad she made an appearance in the season finale, even if it was only a scene.



    I had a feeling when the elevator doors closed that Mark was going to do what he did. I was surprised though, I didn't think that Mark had it in him, but he probably did what he did because he was under alot of stress at the time especially after seeing the little boy who's mother was killed at the hands of the shooter & to keep Elizabeth & Ella safe.



    It love how Cleo defied benton and wanted to respect her patients wishes, and benton was a real jerk for not listening to her or respecting his wishes. I'm left wondering what will happen to Cleo after she got cut while treating the HIV patient.moreless
  • A man with a grudge causes many injuries.

    9.8
    This was one heck of an episode. When an abusive father has his son taken away from him, he gets angry. Because this was a continuation of the previous episode, it takes the staff a while to realize their connection to the string of injries that come ito the ER. Marks final scene was both understandable and frightening.
Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston

Dr. Elizabeth Corday

Anthony Edwards

Anthony Edwards

Dr. Mark Greene

Erik Palladino

Erik Palladino

Dr. Dave Malucci

Eriq La Salle

Eriq La Salle

Dr. Peter Benton

Goran Visnjic

Goran Visnjic

Dr. Luka Kovac

Laura Innes

Laura Innes

Dr. Kerry Weaver

J.E. Freeman

J.E. Freeman

Mr. Jeffries

Guest Star

Ted Marcoux

Ted Marcoux

Derek Fossen

Guest Star

Peter Onorati

Peter Onorati

Off. Nepalitano

Guest Star

Ellen Crawford

Ellen Crawford

Lydia

Recurring Role

Troy Evans

Troy Evans

Frank

Recurring Role

Yvette Freeman

Yvette Freeman

Haleh

Recurring Role

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    • Kerry: It's not right, Kim. You know why they're firing you. You have to fight it, you have to fight this.
      Kim: I'm supposed to fight. You're hiding but I'm supposed to fight? Well, I'm sorry, but I don't want to fight. I just want to move on. So should you.

    • Kovac: You don't want to be a doctor anymore?
      Abby: I don't know.
      Kovac: You don't know?
      Abby: I don't know...

    • Greene: Time of death, 11:40.
      Romano: 0 for 2, and it's not even lunch.

    • Romano: You had better choose your battles very carefully. You are the Chief of Emergency Medicine, not the County's lesbian advocate.
      Weaver: That's where you are wrong, Robert, because I am both. I am the Chief of Emergency Medicine and I am a lesbian. And if you pursue this matter any further I will take it to the County Board of Supervisors, the ACLU, the press, and anyone else who will listen. So I suggest you choose your battles very carefully.

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