"May Day"
Season 6, Episode 22
Air date May 18, 2000
Written by Jack Orman
Directed by Jonathan Kaplan
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"May Day" is the twenty-second and final episode of the sixth season episode of ER. It first aired on NBC on May 18th, 2000. It was written by Jack Orman and directed by Jonathan Kaplan.


Abby sees Carter injecting himself with a patient's painkillers in a trauma room and informs Greene and Weaver, which leads them to give Carter the ultimatum over his addiction and status at County General.

Luka and Benton rush to the scene of the school shooting, which leads to a bitter confrontation over the most critical patient. Luka also contends with a difficult case over a stabbing of a pregnant woman.

NBC DescriptionEdit

ER DOCTORS STRUGGLE WITH SCHOOL SHOOTING TRAUMAS IN SEASON FINALE: Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnjic) crosses swords with Benton (Eriq La Salle) over prioritizing care for a young victim (guest star Kyle Sullivan) of a deadly school shooting versus a more seriously wounded gunman (guest star Michael Johnson).

Benton and Dr. Corday (Alex Kingston) share a moment of mutual triumph when they successfully complete a risky, but life-saving surgical procedure on a wounded student from the schoolyard.

Kovac's draining day continues when he attempts to browbeat a teenaged stabbing victim (guest star Emily Bergl) into allowing him to birth her unwanted and unborn baby despite her adamant wishes to let the child die.

A combative Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) is confronted by Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards) and the other ER doctors over his behavior since being attacked.

Greene tries to convince a hardy rugby player (guest star Stewart Finley-McLennan) that his injuries are more serious than he thinks. Laura Innes, Michael Michele, Paul McCrane, Erik Palladino, Ming-Na and Maura Tierney also star.


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