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|"A Bloody Mess"|
|Season 4, Episode 17|
|Air date||April 9, 1998|
|Written by||Linda Gase|
|Directed by||Richard Thorpe|
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A Bloody Mess is the 17th episode of the 4th season of "E.R." It was first aired on April, 9 in 1998. It was written by Linda Gase and directed by Richard Thorpe.
Benton, Corday, and Reese are involved in a car accident. Scott's cancer worsens, bringing him back to Jeanie's care. Morgenstern returns, but is having difficulties on the job after his heart attack. Chase is left with severe brain damage after his overdose, and Carter watches over him. Hathaway works on animal rights activists after a protest gone awry. Benton surprises Corday by showing up at her apartment.
Dr. David Morgenstern returns after a six-month absence recovering from his heart attack. His new outlook on life however has Kerry Weaver questioning his abilities. Elizabeth Corday decides to start a study on the use of artificial blood in the ER, but the only problem is that she fails to discuss it first with Rocket Romano. Doug Ross decides to apply for an ER attending position. Scott Anspaugh suffers a major relapse. Anna Del Amico is confronted by an irate husband who wants his ill wife to terminate her pregnancy. At the free clinic, Carol Hathaway has to deal with the case of an underage high school student who is sleeping with her 40-year-old teacher. Peter Benton hits a pedestrian with a car but Carter helps him out with an important piece of information.
- Mark Greene
- Doug Ross
- John Carter
- Carol Hathaway
- Jeanie Boulet
- Kerry Weaver
- Anna Del Amico
- Elizabeth Corday
- Peter Benton
[Dr. Morgenstern is practicing procedures in the morgue]
Dr. David Morgenstern: Kerry Weaver, meet John DeLeo. Welder, father of five. Never retired, despite crippling arthritis. Outlived three of his kids. Never left Chicago.
Dr. Kerry Weaver: You know all that about this cadaver?
Dr. David Morgenstern: No. I made it up.
[notices Jeanie crying]
Scott Anspaugh: It's ok. I've made women cry before.