|"My Brother's Keeper"|
|Season 4, Episode 16|
|Air date||March 5, 1998|
|Written by||Jack Orman|
|Directed by||Jaque Toberen|
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"A Bloody Mess"
My Brother's Keeper is the 16th episode of the 4th season of "E.R." It was first aired on March, 5 in 1998. It was written by Jack Orman and directed by Jaque Toberen.
Mark finds out Cynthia has moved. Carter's cousin Chase is brought in because of a heroin overdose. Doug and Kerry clash after she found a flaw in his study.
Mark Greene returns from San Diego to find that Cynthia Hooper has not only quit her job in the ER but has moved to a new apartment. Thinking he may have made a mistake, he manages to track her down. John Carter's cousin Chase is brought into the ER unconscious from an overdose of heroin. They manage to revive him but he likely has severe brain damage. Carter has to admit to his grandparents that he knew of Chase's habit and tried to help him. Doug Ross and Kerry Weaver have a major blow up when she finds a flaw in his study and seemingly goes out of her way to make the fact known to everyone on staff. Ross and Carol Hathaway get their relationship back on track.
- Mark Greene
- Doug Ross
- John Carter
- Carol Hathaway
- Jeanie Boulet
- Kerry Weaver
- Anna Del Amico
- Elizabeth Corday
- Peter Benton
[Jerry is cleaning out the Admit area]
Jerry Markovic: Ah, look at that. Twinkies.
Dr. Mark Greene: You're not gonna eat that?
Jerry Markovic: Why not? They have a shelf life of 7 years.
[he checks the label]
Jerry Markovic: 1993, I'm in the zone!
Jeanie Boulet: I can't go to the movies next Friday, but I can go Saturday. Unless you're too cool to hang out with me.
Scott Anspaugh: You are pretty sorry.
Jeanie Boulet: Speak for yourself, Captain Baldy.
Scott Anspaugh: Next month, my hair will grow back, and you'll still be sorry.
Jeanie Boulet: Yeah, well, just for that, I get to pick the movie
Scott Anspaugh: No way. No chick flicks.
Jeanie Boulet: Oh, right, Mr. "Days of our Lives."
Millicent Carter: [about John and Chase] All your lives, you've been indulged, and considered it oppression.