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|"Of Past Regret and Future Fear"|
|Season 4, Episode 20|
|Air date||April 30, 1998|
|Written by||Jack Orman|
|Directed by||Anthony Edwards|
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"Shades of Grey"
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"Suffer the Little Children"
Romano makes an offer that Corday refuses. Reese Benton is baptised. Ross deals with a baby addicted to methadone. Carter and Del Amico treat a man who cannot speak clearly. Hathaway treats a man who is going to die from chemical burns and comes to a decision about herself and Ross.
Short summary Edit
Benton and Elizabeth Corday spend the night together. Corday is shocked when Rocket Romano suggests that they go out on a date. John Carter and his grandmother clash over the future of Chase Carter; she wants him cared for at home while John feels he should remain institutionalized where he can continue to receive therapy. Carol Hathaway finally gets around to inviting her mother to a Sunday brunch with her and Doug but is a bit surprised when she shows up with her boyfriend. In the ER, Hathaway comforts a man who is going to die from chemical burns.
- Mark Greene
- Doug Ross
- John Carter
- Carol Hathaway
- Jeanie Boulet
- Kerry Weaver
- Anna Del Amico
- Elizabeth Corday
- Peter Benton
Nurse Chuny Marquez: Hey, Anna, are you the one who had that voodoo woman yesterday?
Dr. Anna Del Amico: She's back?
Nurse Chuny Marquez: Yeah, exam 3. Chief complaint: voodoo man has taken over her body.
Dr. Anna Del Amico: Wait a minute, this isn't the same one. My voodoo patient was 60-something.
Dr. John Carter: I had a voodoo guy last week.
Nurse Chuny Marquez: Oh, no. Voodoo epidemic.
Dr. Robert Romano: What kind of salad dressings do you have?
Waitress: Caesar, ranch, Italian, low-cal Italian, blue cheese, honey mustard, Catalina, oil and vinegar, and poppy seed vinaigrette.
Dr. Robert Romano: I'll have the soup.