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* Archie's [[CharacterDevelopment development]] into a [[TookALevelInBadass seriously competetent professional]] qualifies. When Carter tells him to "set the tone" as he departs in Season 11 (similar to how Greene told him to do so), it leaves Morris is confused. This leads an amused Carter to shake his head and reply, "Never mind", as if to retract the sentiment upon realizing that his successor isn't emotionally mature enough to handle things yet. However, after getting taken hostage in Season 14 and seeing his taker (with whom he had bonded over the course of the episode) get shot dead by a sniper, Archie Morris is left shaken and grounded, and it causes him to mature quite a bit and take on a more mature role as a leader of the hospital. The death of his best friend, Greg Pratt, further forces him to confront life's harsh realities, and by the end, he's become one of the most competent doctors in the ER (and maintained a steady relationship with his police officer girlfriend). When Carter makes a return in Season 15, [[CallBack he's quick to notice the shift in personality]]:

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* Archie's [[CharacterDevelopment development]] into a [[TookALevelInBadass seriously competetent professional]] qualifies. When Carter tells him to "set the tone" as he departs in Season 11 (similar to how Greene told him to do so), it leaves Morris is confused. This leads an amused Carter to shake his head and reply, "Never mind", as if to retract the sentiment upon realizing that his successor isn't emotionally mature enough to handle things yet. However, after getting taken hostage in Season 14 and seeing his taker (with whom he had bonded over the course of the episode) get shot dead by a sniper, Archie Morris is left shaken and grounded, and it causes him to mature quite a bit and take on a more mature role as a leader of the hospital. The death of his best friend, Greg Pratt, further forces him to confront life's harsh realities, and by the end, he's become one of the most competent doctors in the ER (and maintained a steady relationship with his police officer girlfriend). When Carter makes a return in Season 15, [[CallBack he's quick to notice the shift in personality]]:
3rd Sep '17 8:54:27 PM DrOO7
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* Doug and Carol's reunion at the end of Season 6. So spectacular that it garnered several immediate imitators (similar scenarios for character departures on ''Series/GeneralHospital'' and ''Series/{{CSI}}), and ''sixteen years later'', when word got out that Micheal Weatherly would be departing ''Series/{{NCIS}}, fans immediately began clamoring for producers to, "bring back Cote de Pablo (Ziva) so that they can write them off like Doug and Carol."

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* Doug and Carol's reunion at the end of Season 6. So spectacular that it garnered several immediate imitators (similar scenarios for character departures on ''Series/GeneralHospital'' and ''Series/{{CSI}}), ''Series/{{CSI}})'', and so memorable and iconic that ''sixteen years later'', when word got out that Micheal Weatherly would be departing ''Series/{{NCIS}}, ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', fans immediately began clamoring for producers to, "bring back Cote de Pablo (Ziva) so that they can write them off like Doug and Carol."
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* Any of the long, frantic "runner" scenes are a CMOA for the cast and crew.

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* Any of the long, frantic "runner" scenes are a CMOA [=CMOA=] for the cast and crew.









* Doug Ross' rescue of a boy trapped in a flooding storm drain, under increasingly difficult circumstances. The shot of him triumphantly emerging from the river after getting the boy out is one of the most memorable in the show's decade-and-a-half run. It started the tradition of having one episode a season where one of the main characters must perform medical feats away from the ER, most of which are also CMoAs. The episode was also the highest rated in the show's history, pulling in 48 million viewers.

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* Doug Ross' rescue of a boy trapped in a flooding storm drain, under increasingly difficult circumstances. The shot of him triumphantly emerging from the river after getting the boy out is one of the most memorable in the show's decade-and-a-half run. It started the tradition of having one episode a season where one of the main characters must perform medical feats away from the ER, most of which are also CMoAs. [=CMoA=]s. The episode was also the highest rated in the show's history, pulling in 48 million viewers.viewers.




























* Archie's [[CharacterDevelopment development]] into a [[TookALevelInBadass seriously competetent professional]] qualifies. When Carter tells him to "set the tone" as he departs in Season 11 (similar to how Greene told him to do so), it leaves Morris is confused. This leads an amused Carter to shake his head and reply, "Never mind", as if to retract the sentiment upon realizing that his successor isn't emotionally mature enough to handle things yet. However, after getting taken hostage in Season 14 and seeing his taker (with whom he had bonded over the course of the episode) get shot dead by a sniper, Archie Morris is left shaken and grounded, and it causes him to mature quite a bit and take on a more mature role as a leader of the hospital. The death of his best friend, Greg Pratt, further forces him to confront life's harsh realities, and by the end, he's become one of the most competent doctors in the ER (and maintained a steady relationship with his police officer girlfriend). When Carter makes a return in Season 15, [[CallBack he's quick to notice the shift in personality]]:
-->'''Carter''': Looks like you followed my advice, Morris.\\
'''Morris''': How's that?\\
'''Carter''': [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming You set the tone]].
** Made all the better by Archie's faint smile, indicating that he recognizes the significance of the allusion.
** Abby [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] the growth, as well.
---> '''Abby''': If I were in trouble, Archie, I would call for you. I would. I would trust you with anything. (Beat) And I didn't always feel that way, but I do now.
** The very last scene in the series is a perfect example of the product of his development, as Morris methodically triages the arriving victims of a power substation explosion in County General's ambulance bay.


1st Sep '17 11:25:15 PM DrOO7
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* In the penultimate episode of season seven, Mark treats a boy with signs of parental abuse. The father comes in, insisting that he wasn't abused, the boy finally admits the abuse and DCFS put him in protective custody. In the season finale, the father snaps and goes on a rampage, shooting up anyone and everyone who gets in his way as well as the people who helped get his son some medical treatment. He killed at least nine people, including the neighbour who brought in the son, and injured at least twelve, including Adele Newman (the social worker who often worked with the staff, especially Doug Ross). Mark suspects that he might try to go after Elizabeth and their baby. Finally, the father gets shot by one of his victims and is taken to County where the ER doctors work to stabilise him. The father keeps screaming for his son and threatening to kill anyone who helped take him away. He sees Greene and starts threatening him as well. Greene finds out that the shooter would have gone to his house if he hadn't been shot. They stabilise him and take him up to the OR. Greene finds himself alone with the shooter when the elevator doors unexpectedly close. The shooter starts coding and Greene prepares to defibrilate. He looks in the shooter's eyes and instead decides to let him die, shocking the air so that the monitor will show he attempted to save him. The shooter looks in Greene's eyes before he dies.

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* In the penultimate episode of season seven, Mark treats a boy with signs of parental abuse. The father comes in, insisting that he wasn't abused, the boy finally admits the abuse and DCFS put him Virtually all outdoor episodes - in protective custody. In the season finale, the father snaps and goes on a rampage, shooting up anyone and everyone who gets in his way as well as the people who helped get his son some medical treatment. He killed at least nine people, including the neighbour who brought in the son, and injured at least twelve, including Adele Newman (the social worker who often worked with the staff, especially Doug Ross). Mark suspects that he might try to go after Elizabeth and their baby. Finally, the father gets shot by one of his victims and is taken to County where the which ER doctors work to stabilise him. The father keeps screaming prove that they're as good in the field as in the hospital.
* Any of the long, frantic "runner" scenes are a CMOA
for his son the cast and threatening to kill anyone who helped take crew.
* Archie's [[CharacterDevelopment development]] into a [[TookALevelInBadass seriously competetent professional]] qualifies. When Carter tells
him away. He sees to "set the tone" as he departs in Season 11 (similar to how Greene told him to do so), it leaves Morris is confused. This leads an amused Carter to shake his head and starts threatening him reply, "Never mind", as well. Greene finds out if to retract the sentiment upon realizing that his successor isn't emotionally mature enough to handle things yet. However, after getting taken hostage in Season 14 and seeing his taker (with whom he had bonded over the shooter would have gone to his house if he hadn't been shot. They stabilise course of the episode) get shot dead by a sniper, Archie Morris is left shaken and grounded, and it causes him to mature quite a bit and take on a more mature role as a leader of the hospital. The death of his best friend, Greg Pratt, further forces him up to confront life's harsh realities, and by the OR. Greene finds himself alone with end, he's become one of the shooter when the elevator doors unexpectedly close. The shooter starts coding and Greene prepares to defibrilate. He looks most competent doctors in the shooter's eyes and instead decides ER (and maintained a steady relationship with his police officer girlfriend). When Carter makes a return in Season 15, [[CallBack he's quick to let him die, shocking notice the air so shift in personality]]:
-->'''Carter''': Looks like you followed my advice, Morris.\\
'''Morris''': How's that?\\
'''Carter''': [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming You set the tone]].
** Made all the better by Archie's faint smile, indicating
that he recognizes the monitor will show he attempted to save him. significance of the allusion.
** Abby [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] the growth, as well.
---> '''Abby''': If I were in trouble, Archie, I would call for you. I would. I would trust you with anything. (Beat) And I didn't always feel that way, but I do now.
**
The shooter looks very last scene in Greene's eyes before he dies. the series is a perfect example of the product of his development, as Morris methodically triages the arriving victims of a power substation explosion in County General's ambulance bay.
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* Peter Benton doing procedures on a patient strapped to a load of dynamite. They trigger a detonator and everyone else clears the room before it blows. Peter just takes the detonator and throws it before ducking down, surviving unscathed.

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* Peter Benton doing procedures on a patient strapped to a load of dynamite. They trigger a detonator and everyone else clears Doug punching out an abusive parent after discovering that his boot matched the room before it blows. Peter just takes the detonator and throws it before ducking down, surviving unscathed. shoe print he found on his daughter's back.
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* Peter Benton beat the crap out of Malucci, who really needed to be taken down a peg, for referring to his nephew as a banger.
* On Peter's last day at County he manages to save a six-year old boy who was accidentally shot by his mother. Romano claimed the boy was a goner. Peter told him to either shut up and help or get out.
* Doug Ross' rescue of a boy trapped in a flooding storm drain, under increasingly difficult circumstances. The shot of him triumphantly emerging from the river after getting the boy out is one of the most memorable in the show's decade-and-a-half run. It started the tradition of having one episode a season where one of the main characters must perform medical feats away from the ER, most of which are also [=CMoAs=]. The episode was also the highest rated in the show's history, pulling in 48 million viewers.

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* Peter Benton beat the crap out of Malucci, who really needed to be taken down a peg, for referring to his nephew as a banger.
* On Peter's last day at County he manages to save a six-year old boy who was accidentally shot by his mother. Romano claimed the boy was a goner. Peter told him to either shut up and help or get out.
* Doug Ross' rescue of a boy trapped in a flooding storm drain, under increasingly difficult circumstances. The shot of him triumphantly emerging from the river after getting the boy out is one of the most memorable in the show's decade-and-a-half run. It started the tradition of having one episode a season where one of the main characters must perform medical feats away from the ER, most of which are also [=CMoAs=]. CMoAs. The episode was also the highest rated in the show's history, pulling in 48 million viewers.viewers.
[[folder: Season 3]]
* Jeanie Boulet voluntarily outing herself to her co-workers as HIV-positive not for their sympathy but so that they will stop talking about her in the hypothetical.
* Fed up with Benton's criticism, Gant snaps at him, "You're a real prick, you know that?" Pretty ballsy considering Benton could have disciplined or even fired him for that.
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[[folder: Season 4]]



* Gabe Lawrence saving one more life as he leaves the hospital after recognizing his encroaching Alzheimer's Disease.



* Corday was treating a patient whose leg and voice she'd saved earlier. The patient was coding and Corday and Romano tried to revive her. Romano was ready to give up but Elizabeth just wouldn't accept that a patient she'd worked so hard on would just die. Romano tells her its over. Corday tells him to stop being such a prick and eventually revives her.
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* Peter Benton doing procedures on a patient strapped to a load of dynamite. They trigger a detonator and everyone else clears the room before it blows. Peter just takes the detonator and throws it before ducking down, surviving unscathed.
* [[ScaryBlackMan Doctor Benton]] is filling in [[FishOutOfWater at a small backwater hospital]] in the DeepSouth, and spends the episode gradually adjusting to his new environment, and gaining the trust of some of the racist locals. When it's time for him to go home, there is an explosion at a dock, and he ends up performing [[MeatgrinderSurgery some very expedited]] emergency medicine on a badly injured man, assisted by one of the aforementioned racist locals. This emergency work included using a large roll of saran wrap as a bandage due to the large gash in the patient's midsection.
** [[MoodWhiplash Saran wrap which the local had been forced to steal]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny when a shop owner wouldn't give it to him willingly.]]
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[[folder: Season 6]]
* Gabe Lawrence saving one more life as he leaves the hospital after recognizing his encroaching Alzheimer's Disease.



* Corday was treating a patient whose leg and voice she'd saved earlier. The patient was coding and Corday and Romano tried to revive her. Romano was ready to give up but Elizabeth just wouldn't accept that a patient she'd worked so hard on would just die. Romano tells her its over. Corday tells him to stop being such a prick and eventually revives her.



* Weaver and Gallant performing an emergency C-section in an ambulance surrounded by rogue electrical wires, saving both mother and baby.
** Before that, Sandy Lopez saving Weaver and Gallant jumping to try to save a firefighter who was being electrocuted.

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* Weaver Doug and Gallant performing an emergency C-section in an ambulance surrounded by rogue electrical wires, saving both mother Carol's reunion at the end of Season 6. So spectacular that it garnered several immediate imitators (similar scenarios for character departures on ''Series/GeneralHospital'' and baby.
** Before that, Sandy Lopez saving Weaver
''Series/{{CSI}}), and Gallant jumping ''sixteen years later'', when word got out that Micheal Weatherly would be departing ''Series/{{NCIS}}, fans immediately began clamoring for producers to, "bring back Cote de Pablo (Ziva) so that they can write them off like Doug and Carol."
* Admissions clerk Randi punching out a patient who pulled the fire alarm because he was angry that the doctors wouldn't take his migraine headache ahead of the massive trauma they were dealing with.
-->'''Weaver''': "Stay down. You move, and I'll let her at you".
* Mark is treating a patient who has revoked her DNR order. Weaver, of course, objects and tries
to take control of the situation. First by suggesting that Mark's in no condition to handle the case because of his mother's recent death, then by threatening to take over the patient's care, and finally by nagging him endlessly as he tries to revive the woman. A fed-up Mark finally grows a pair and yells at her [[BigShutUp "SHUT UP, Kerry or]] [[GetOut GET OUT!"]] And she finally shuts up.
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[[folder: Season 7]]
* In the penultimate episode of season seven, Mark treats a boy with signs of parental abuse. The father comes in, insisting that he wasn't abused, the boy finally admits the abuse and DCFS put him in protective custody. In the season finale, the father snaps and goes on a rampage, shooting up anyone and everyone who gets in his way as well as the people who helped get his son some medical treatment. He killed at least nine people, including the neighbour who brought in the son, and injured at least twelve, including Adele Newman (the social worker who often worked with the staff, especially Doug Ross). Mark suspects that he might
try to go after Elizabeth and their baby. Finally, the father gets shot by one of his victims and is taken to County where the ER doctors work to stabilise him. The father keeps screaming for his son and threatening to kill anyone who helped take him away. He sees Greene and starts threatening him as well. Greene finds out that the shooter would have gone to his house if he hadn't been shot. They stabilise him and take him up to the OR. Greene finds himself alone with the shooter when the elevator doors unexpectedly close. The shooter starts coding and Greene prepares to defibrillate. He looks in the shooter's eyes and instead decides to let him die, shocking the air so that the monitor will show he attempted to save a firefighter him. The shooter looks in Greene's eyes before he dies.
* Peter Benton beat the crap out of Malucci,
who was being electrocuted.really needed to be taken down a peg, for referring to his nephew as a banger.



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[[folder: Season 8]]
* On Peter's last day at County he manages to save a six-year old boy who was accidentally shot by his mother. Romano claimed the boy was a goner. Peter told him to either shut up and help or get out.
* Weaver and Gallant performing an emergency C-section in an ambulance surrounded by rogue electrical wires, saving both mother and baby.
** Before that, Sandy Lopez saving Weaver and Gallant jumping to try to save a firefighter who was being electrocuted.



* Weaver has fired incompetent resident Dave Malucci. Ostensibly for having sex with a paramedic while on duty, but mostly to ensure that he takes the blame for the death of a patient (conveniently ignoring her own failure to supervise him). After all of Dave's pleas leave Weaver completely unmoved,he proceeds to deliver an ''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, where he basically says everything that everyone has wanted to say to her for years:
--> '''Dave''': "You're a sad, cold-hearted ''bitch'', you know that?"
--> '''Kerry''': "Somebody call security."
--> '''Dave''': "You may not like me, but ''nobody'' here likes you."
--> '''Kerry''': "GetOut!"
--> '''Dave''': "You know why this stupid ER is so important to you, lady? You know why? Because it's the only thing you have in your life! Nazi d***!" (rips off ID, throws it in her face, and storms out.)
** The use of the homophobic slur is unfortunate, but other than that it was thrilling to see Weaver finally get a dose of the public humiliation she had so frequently doled out to the staff for 6 years.

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* Weaver has fired incompetent resident Dave Malucci. Ostensibly for having sex with a paramedic while on duty, but mostly to ensure that he takes the blame for the death of a patient (conveniently ignoring her own failure to supervise him). After all of Dave's pleas leave Weaver completely unmoved,he proceeds to deliver an ''epic'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, "TheReasonYouSuck" Speech, where he basically says everything that everyone has wanted to say to her for years:
--> '''Dave''': -->'''Dave''': "You're a sad, cold-hearted ''bitch'', you know that?"
--> '''Kerry''': -->'''Kerry''': "Somebody call security."
--> '''Dave''': -->'''Dave''': "You may not like me, but ''nobody'' here likes you."
--> '''Kerry''': -->'''Kerry''': "GetOut!"
--> '''Dave''': -->'''Dave''': "You know why this stupid ER is so important to you, lady? You know why? Because it's the only thing you have in your life! Nazi d***!" (rips off ID, throws it in her face, and storms out.)
** The use of the homophobic slur is unfortunate, but other than that it was thrilling to see Weaver finally get a dose of the public humiliation she had so frequently doled out to the staff for 6 years.



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[[folder: Season 12]]
* Kerry walking into the ER after her surgery, walking normally for the first time in her life.
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[[folder: Season 13]]



* Jeanie Boulet voluntarily outing herself to her co-workers as HIV-positive not for their sympathy but so that they will stop talking about her in the hypothetical.

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[[folder: Season 15]]
* Jeanie Boulet voluntarily outing herself to her co-workers All of the original cast members as HIV-positive well as some of the secondary/tertiary ones who joined in seasons 2-4 not only returning for their sympathy the final season, but so stepping back into character as though it had been merely days instead of years that they will stop talking about her in had played the hypothetical.role.
* The last few minutes of the series finale. Specifically, the staff evaluating the victims of an industrial accident, combined with the full theme music, and the pullback shot of the hospital exterior. It was really a shining example of what ER did best.
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* Mark is treating a patient who has revoked her DNR order. Weaver, of course, objects and tries to take control of the situation. First by suggesting that Mark's in no condition to handle the case because of his mother's recent death, then by threatening to take over the patient's care, and finally by nagging him endlessly as he tries to revive the woman. A fed-up Mark finally grows a pair and yells at her [[BigShutUp "SHUT UP, Kerry or]] [[GetOut GET OUT!"]] And she finally shuts up.
* [[ScaryBlackMan Doctor Benton]] is filling in [[FishOutOfWater at a small backwater hospital]] in the DeepSouth, and spends the episode gradually adjusting to his new environment, and gaining the trust of some of the racist locals. When it's time for him to go home, there is an explosion at a dock, and he ends up performing [[MeatgrinderSurgery some very expedited]] emergency medicine on a badly injured man, assisted by one of the aforementioned racist locals. This emergency work included using a large roll of saran wrap as a bandage due to the large gash in the patient's midsection.
** [[MoodWhiplash Saran wrap which the local had been forced to steal]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny when a shop owner wouldn't give it to him willingly.]]
* Doug punching out an abusive parent after discovering that his boot matched the shoe print he found on his daughter's back.
* Admissions clerk Randi punching out a patient who pulled the fire alarm because he was angry that the doctors wouldn't take his migraine headache ahead of the massive trauma they were dealing with.
-->'''Weaver''': Stay down. You move, and I'll let her at you.
* All of the original cast members as well as some of the secondary/tertiary ones who joined in seasons 2-4 not only returning for the final season, but stepping back into character as though it had been merely days instead of years that they had played the role.
* The last few minutes of the series finale. Specifically, the staff evaluating the victims of an industrial accident, combined with the full theme music, and the pullback shot of the hospital exterior. It was really a shining example of what ER did best.
* Any of the long, frantic "runner" scenes are a CMOA for the cast and crew.
* Kerry walking into the ER after her surgery, walking normally for the first time in her life.
* Doug and Carol's reunion at the end of Season 6. So spectacular that it garnered several immediate imitators (similar scenarios for character departures on ''Series/GeneralHospital'' and ''Series/{{CSI}}''), and ''sixteen'' years later, when word got out that Micheal Weatherly would be departing ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', fans immediately began clamoring for producers to, "bring back Cote de Pablo (Ziva) so that they can write them off like Doug and Carol."
* Fed up with Benton's criticism, Gant snaps at him, "You're a real prick, you know that?" Pretty ballsy considering Benton could have disciplined or even fired him for that.
* Virtually all outdoor episodes - in which ER doctors prove that they're as good in the field as in the hospital.

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* Mark is treating a patient who has revoked her DNR order. Weaver, of course, objects and tries to take control of the situation. First by suggesting that Mark's in no condition to handle the case because of his mother's recent death, then by threatening to take over the patient's care, and finally by nagging him endlessly as he tries to revive the woman. A fed-up Mark finally grows a pair and yells at her [[BigShutUp "SHUT UP, Kerry or]] [[GetOut GET OUT!"]] And she finally shuts up.
* [[ScaryBlackMan Doctor Benton]] is filling in [[FishOutOfWater at a small backwater hospital]] in the DeepSouth, and spends the episode gradually adjusting to his new environment, and gaining the trust of some of the racist locals. When it's time for him to go home, there is an explosion at a dock, and he ends up performing [[MeatgrinderSurgery some very expedited]] emergency medicine on a badly injured man, assisted by one of the aforementioned racist locals. This emergency work included using a large roll of saran wrap as a bandage due to the large gash in the patient's midsection.
** [[MoodWhiplash Saran wrap which the local had been forced to steal]] [[CrowningMomentOfFunny when a shop owner wouldn't give it to him willingly.]]
* Doug punching out an abusive parent after discovering that his boot matched the shoe print he found on his daughter's back.
* Admissions clerk Randi punching out a patient who pulled the fire alarm because he was angry that the doctors wouldn't take his migraine headache ahead of the massive trauma they were dealing with.
-->'''Weaver''': Stay down. You move, and I'll let her at you.
* All of the original cast members as well as some of the secondary/tertiary ones who joined in seasons 2-4 not only returning for the final season, but stepping back into character as though it had been merely days instead of years that they had played the role.
* The last few minutes of the series finale. Specifically, the staff evaluating the victims of an industrial accident, combined with the full theme music, and the pullback shot of the hospital exterior. It was really a shining example of what ER did best.
* Any of the long, frantic "runner" scenes are a CMOA for the cast and crew.
* Kerry walking into the ER after her surgery, walking normally for the first time in her life.
* Doug and Carol's reunion at the end of Season 6. So spectacular that it garnered several immediate imitators (similar scenarios for character departures on ''Series/GeneralHospital'' and ''Series/{{CSI}}''), and ''sixteen'' years later, when word got out that Micheal Weatherly would be departing ''Series/{{NCIS}}'', fans immediately began clamoring for producers to, "bring back Cote de Pablo (Ziva) so that they can write them off like Doug and Carol."
* Fed up with Benton's criticism, Gant snaps at him, "You're a real prick, you know that?" Pretty ballsy considering Benton could have disciplined or even fired him for that.
* Virtually all outdoor episodes - in which ER doctors prove that they're as good in the field as in the hospital.


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* Virtually all outdoor episodes - in which ER doctors prove that they're as good in the field as in the hospital.
1st Sep '17 10:43:27 AM Macsen
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--> '''Carter''': Looks like you followed my advice, Morris.
--> '''Morris''': How's that?
--> '''Carter''': [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming You set the tone]].

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--> '''Carter''': -->'''Carter''': Looks like you followed my advice, Morris.
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Morris.\\
'''Morris''': How's that?
-->
that?\\
'''Carter''': [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming You set the tone]].



--> '''Abby''': If I were in trouble, Archie, I would call for you. I would. I would trust you with anything. (Beat) And I didn't always feel that way, but I do now.

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--> ---> '''Abby''': If I were in trouble, Archie, I would call for you. I would. I would trust you with anything. (Beat) And I didn't always feel that way, but I do now.now.
** The very last scene in the series is a perfect example of the product of his development, as Morris methodically triages the arriving victims of a power substation explosion in County General's ambulance bay.
29th Aug '17 9:21:00 AM Macsen
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* In a fourth season episode, Greene is with his father at a VA hospital after a COPD episode when a multi-patient trauma arrives. Geeene ends up enlisted to assist when a previously-stable patient codes.

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* In a fourth season episode, Greene is with his father at a VA hospital after a COPD episode when a multi-patient trauma arrives. Geeene Greene ends up enlisted to assist when a previously-stable patient codes while the other ER doctors are all busy on other codes.
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* In a fourth season episode, Greene is with his father at a VA hospital after a COPD episode when a multi-patient trauma arrives. Geeene ends up enlisted to assist when a previously-stable patient codes.
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* Fed up with Benton's criticism, Gant snaps at him, "You're a real prick, you know that?" Pretty ballsy considering Benton could have disciplined or even fired him for that.
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