|Season 2, Episode 9|
|Air date||December 7, 1995|
|Written by||Tracey Stern|
|Directed by||Donna Deitch|
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"Home" is the ninth episode of the second season of ER. It first aired on NBC on December 7, 1995. It was written by Tracey Stern and directed by Donna Deitch. It follows Mark Greene to Milwaukee when his wife Jennifer and daughter Rachel are in a car accident. He learns a surprising secret. Susan Lewis declines to present a medical conference case to take care of little Suzie.
Susan puts little Suzie above an opportunity to present a case to a medical conference in Miami. Mark rushes to Milwaukee when his family are involved in a car accident, but receives some more shocking news. Carol and Jeanie tend to a schizophrenic young architect. Doug dines with his mother.
HITTING HOME: Just after treating a hit-and-run victim, Greene learns that his wife and daughter were involved in serious car accident back in Milwaukee.
Lewis is asked to speak at a prestigious medical conference, but opts to stay with baby Susie instead.
In an effort to get a break from Benton's demanding schedule, Carter encourages him to interview for Vucelich's (Ron Rifkin) research project.
Short summary Edit
Carter and Harper are trying to find a place where they can make out but continually get disturbed. Jeanie and Carol try to find a place for a schizophrenic patient who's banned from his home. Jennifer and Rachel have been involved in a car accident and Mark rushes to the Milwaukee hospital they're in. Susan gets a letter from Chloe.
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[Carter has a hickey]
Dr. Peter Benton: You have a hematoma on your neck.