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Season 7
Season seven
No. of episodes 22
Original network NBC
Original run October 12, 2000 – May 17, 2001
DVD release May 15, 2007
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The seventh season of the medical drama series ER which originally aired from NBC on October 12, 2000 and concluded on May 17, 2001. The season consists of 22 episodes. It was released on Region 1 DVD on May 15, 2007.

Production Edit

Crew Edit

Main article: Season seven crew

Cast and characters Edit

Main article: Season seven characters
See also: Season seven cast
Actor/actress Character Role
Anthony Edwards Dr. Mark Greene Emergency Medicine Attending
Noah Wyle Dr. John Carter Emergency Medicine Resident (Year 3)
Laura Innes Dr. Kerry Weaver Chief of Emergency Medicine
Alex Kingston Dr. Elizabeth Corday Associate Chief of Surgery
Paul McCrane Robert Romano Chief of Staff/Chief of Surgery
Goran Višnjić Dr. Luka Kovac Emergency Medicine Attending
Maura Tierney Abby Lockhart ER Nurse
Michael Michele Dr. Cleo Finch Emergency Medicine and Pediatric Resident (Year 3)
Erik Palladino Dr. Dave Malucci Emergency Medicine Resident (Year 2)
Ming-Na Dr. Jing-Mei Chen Emergency Medicine Resident (Year 3)
Eriq La Salle Dr. Peter Benton Surgical Emergency Trauma Fellow

Plot synopsis Edit

The gurneys keep rolling in a superlative Season 7 that includes Abby's reunion with her mother, a turbulent woman who suffers from bipolar disorder. Also making the rounds in the 22 episodes: Carter returns from detox, Abby goes back to square one in med training, Benton struggles to emerge from Romano's doghouse, Kovac confronts a mugger, Weaver reveals her sexual orientation and Chen refuses to reveal the father of her child. Meanwhile, Greene and Corday marry... and live under the shadow of Greene's health crisis. Excitement, drama, suspense - the doctors are on call.

Episodes Edit

Main article: Episodes
Season # Series # Title Writer Director Original airdate
1 136 Homecoming Jack Orman Jonathan Kaplan October 12, 2000
2 137 Sand and Water Jack Orman Christopher Misiano October 19, 2000
3 138 Mars Attacks R Scott Gemmill Paris Barclay October 26, 2000
4 139 Benton Backwards Dee Johnson Richard Thorpe November 2, 2000
5 140 Flight of Fancy Joe Sachs and Walon Green Lesli Linka Glatter November 9, 2000
6 141 The Visit John Wells Jonathan Kaplan November 16, 2000
7 142 Rescue Me Neal Baer Christopher Chulack November 23, 2000
8 143 The Dance We Do Jack Orman Christopher Misiano December 7, 2000
9 144 The Greatest of Gifts Elizabeth Hunter Jonathan Kaplan December 14, 2000
10 145 Piece of Mind Tom Garrigus and R Scott Gemmill David Nutter January 4, 2001
11 146 Rock, Paper, Scissors Dee Johnson Jonathan Kaplan January 11, 2001
12 147 Surrender Jack Orman Felix Enriquez Alcala February 1, 2001
13 148 Thy Will Be Done Meredith Stiehm Richard Thorpe February 8, 2001
14 149 A Walk in the Woods John Wells John Wells February 15, 2001
15 150 The Crossing Jack Orman Jonathan Kaplan February 22, 2001
16 151 Witch Hunt R Scott Gemmill Guy Norman Bee March 1, 2001
17 152 Survival of the Fittest Joe Sachs Marita Grabiak March 29, 2001
18 153 April Showers Tom Garrigus Christopher Misiano April 19, 2001
19 154 Sailing Away Jack Orman and Meredith Stiehm Laura Innes April 26, 2001
20 155 Fear of Commitment R Scott Gemmill Anthony Edwards May 3, 2001
21 156 Where the Heart Is Dee Johnson and Meredith Stiehm Richard Thorpe May 10, 2001
22 157 Rampage Jack Orman Jonathan Kaplan May 17, 2001

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