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"Choosing Joi"
Season 5, Episode 13
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Air date February 4, 1999
Written by Lydia Woodward
Directed by Christopher Chulack
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Choosing Joi is the 13th episode of the 5th season of "E.R." It was first aired on February, 4 in 1999. It was written by Lydia Woodward and directed by Christopher Chulack.

PlotEdit

Ross helps the mother of a dying boy; Benton attends a parent/child signing class. Corday doesn't give her account in the case against Dr. Romano. Romano blackmails Corday into dropping her support for Doyle's harassment lawsuit against Romano, but Kerry gets Romano to rewrite his insulting and inaccurate review of Doyle's job performance. The ER unites to help an injured woman who needs to find temporary homes for her many dogs as she gets treatment. Mark treats the hospital janitor, Mobalage, whose injuries suggest he has been tortured in the past. Carter discovers something with one of the med students he is mentoring. 

Short summaryEdit

Ricky Abbott returns to the ER. Doug forges papers to allow Joi to treat Ricky at home. Corday decides to back out of the Romano sexual harassment investigation after he threatens to expose her relationship with Benton. Romano is later named Acting Chief of the ER. Dr. Greene treats a Nigerian janitor for back pain and impotency. Carol and the nurses watch a bunch of dogs when their owner is hospitalized. Carter diagnoses a med student with Hodgkin's disease. Kerry initiates a search for her biological parents.

CharactersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The start of Djimon Hounsou's multi-episode arc playing Mobelajeh, the Nigerian refugee and victim of torture.
  • Although in the opening credits, Gloria Reuben does not appear in this episode.

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