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"Hazed and Confused"
Season 5, Episode 7
Air date November 12, 1998
Written by David Mills & Carol Flint
Teleplay by David Mills
Directed by Jonathan Kaplan
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Hazed and Confused is the 7th episode of the 5th season of "E.R." It was first aired on November, 12 in 1998. It was written by David Mills and Carol Flint, teleplay by David Mills and directed Jonathan Kaplan.


Dr. Corday commits a deadly error after being on-call for nearly 36 hours straight. Peter visits Dr. Kotlowitz and receives encouragement regarding a cochlear implant for Reese. Dr. Amanda Lee, a prospective new ER chief, visits. In the wake of a failed pregnancy attempt, Carol lashes out at a mother using abortion as a means of selective birth control. Carter and Lucy feud when Carter accidentally uses her palm computer and finds out what she thinks of him. Mark panics during a paramedic initiation ritual.

Short summaryEdit

Carter and Weaver become unlikely roommates. Lucy is having problems with Carter, and Greene picks up on their squabbling. Corday works long shifts which leads to her exhaustion and a critical medical error, causing a rift with Dr. Anspaugh and problems for Benton. Greene has unpleasant flashbacks when he's hazed by the well-meaning paramedics. Jeanie worries when she and Doug treat a young boy whose childlike mother clearly depends on his 6-year sister to make all decisions. Kerry rediscovers her joy of practicing medicine and decides not to pursue the open ER Chief job, which goes instead to a Dr. Amanda Lee.




Amanda Lee: If you don't mind me saying, I'm one of the baddest ER bitches out there.

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