|"A Miracle Happens Here"|
|Season 2, Episode 10|
|Air date||December 14, 1995|
|Written by||Carol Flint|
|Directed by||Mimi Leder|
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"A Miracle Happens Here" is the tenth episode of the second season of ER. That episode first aired on NBC on December 14, 1995. It was written by Carol Flint and directed by Mimi Leder. Christmas has become a miracle for both the ER staff and the patients. Among the miracles is Carol Hathaway has her Christmas spirits lifted when she treats a man who looks like Santa Claus while Jeanie Boulet handles gang members whose beloved priest was shot to death and are planning revenge.
It's Christmas time in the ER and it's filled with miracles. Hathaway hosts a Christmas party and receives a surprising gift when she treats a patient who looks like Santa Claus. A Holocaust survivor who was carjacked awaits word on his granddaughter. Jeanie tries to stop gang members from seeking revenge for the murder of their beloved priest. Greene spends Christmas in the ER as he copes with his wife's affair and the deposition of the Jodi O'Brien lawsuit.
Short summary Edit
Carol tries to get the ER staff to sing for another ward of the hospital but nobody wants to. Mark is angry with Jennifer for staying in Dayton with Rachel during Christmas and takes care of a Holocaust survivor whose car has been stolen while her grandchild was in it. Weaver gets a visit from a close friend and Benton and Carter get in Vucelich's good book when Carter convinces Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux to let his wife undergo a new surgery technique Vucelich is studying and experiment with.
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- Mark Greene
- Carol Hathaway
- Jeanie Boulet
- Doug Ross
- John Carter
- Susan Lewis
- Peter Benton
- Kerry Weaver
Carol Hathaway: On the twelfth day of Christmas, / my true love gave to me... uhhh...
[all the other ER docs enter and start singing]
Dr. Doug Ross: 12 tone deaf doctors.
Dr. Mark Greene: 11 lords a lording.
Dr. Susan Lewis: 10 drummers drumming.
Dr. John Carter: 9 something something.
Nurse Lydia Wright: 8 maids a milking.
Malik: 7 swans a swatting.
Harper: 6 geese a gagging.
Everyone: 5 golden rings. 4 calling birds, 3 French hens, 2 turtledoves, and a partridge in a pear tree.