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|Season 4, Episode 8|
|Air date||December 11, 1997|
|Written by||Lance Gentile|
|Directed by||Richard Thorpe|
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Freak Show is the 8th episode of the 4th season of "E.R." It was first aired on December, 11 in 1997. It was written by Lance Gentile and directed by Richard Thorpe.
Benton has a very extraordinary and interesting case when he comes across a boy with reversed internal organs.
Carol Hathaway returns to work to find that due to a mix-up, there are dozens of people waiting in her yet to open free clinic. John Carter and Anna Del Amico start to mend their relationship. Rocket Romano offers Benton a place on his surgical team provided he demonstrates that he can get along with Dr. Corday. Benton comes across a unique case of a young boy whose internal organs are reversed. ER receptionist Cynthia intercepts a note intended for Carol Hathaway, believing it's from Mark Greene. Dr. Weaver receives a bouquet of flowers from Dr. Ellis West after his company, Synergix, gets the contract to supply supplementary attending physicians for the ER. Carter's student, George Henry re-appears when he learns he hasn't completed all of the requirements of his ER rotation.
- Mark Greene
- John Carter
- Carol Hathaway
- Jeanie Boulet
- Kerry Weaver
- Anna Del Amico
- Elizabeth Corday
- Peter Benton
Dr. Mark Greene: I've been kind of a jerk.
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Worse.
Dr. Mark Greene: Pain in the ass?
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Keep going.
Dr. Mark Greene: Total schmuck.
Nurse Carol Hathaway: Bingo.
Dr. Peter Benton: What about you? You got any kids?
Dr. Robert Romano: None they've been able to pin on me.
[operating on a boy with reversed organs]
Dr. Elizabeth Corday: This would be easier with a mirror in the ceiling.
Dr. Robert Romano: We could operate in my bedroom.