"All in the Family"
Season 6, Episode 14
Air date February 17, 2000
Written by Jack Orman
Directed by Jonathan Kaplan
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"All in the Family" is the fourteenth episode in the sixth season of ER. It was the final episode of Kellie Martin who portrayed Lucy Knight. It first aired on NBC in February 17, 2000. It was written by Jack Orman and directed by Jonathan Kaplan. It has everyone in the hospital trying to save Lucy and John Carter after Kerry Weaver found them nearly bleeding to death after being stabbed by a schizophrenic patient


After Weaver found Carter and Lucy nearly bleeding to death, every doctor, including the ones off-duty, scramble to save them. The psychotic assailant who attacked them was brought back to the ER as the victim of the car accident.

Cleo is forced to perform a surgical role when Benton refused to leave Carter's side. Although Benton and Anspaugh were able to save Carter in surgery, Elizabeth and Romano were unable to save Lucy who dies from complications caused by the stabbing.

NBC DescriptionEdit

VALENTINE'S DAY DRAMA UNFOLDS AS ER DOCS RUSH TO AID NEW PATIENTS: Valentine's Day arrives as the emergency room staff whirls into action on all fronts as they work heroically on two patients who suffered trauma. Even Drs. Greene (Anthony Edwards) and Corday (Alex Kingston) are called from home to help.

Meanwhile, the police begin an investigation into criminal activity inside the hospital and begin searching for a missing patient (guest star David Krumholtz, "Chicago Sons").

Eriq La Salle, Noah Wyle, Laura Innes, Kellie Martin, Paul McCrane, Goran Visnjic, Michael Michele, Erik Palladino, Ming-Na and Maura Tierney also star.


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