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|Season 3, Episode 17|
|Air date||April 10, 1997|
|Written by||Lance Gentile|
|Directed by||Richard Thorpe|
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"You Bet Your Life"
Tribes is the 17th episode of the third season of "E.R." It was first aired on April, 10 in 1997. It was written by Lance Gentile and directed by Richard Thorpe.
Race relations become an issue in the ER.Carol Hathaway helps a young woman who was drugged with Rohipnol and raped.Mark Greene's daughter ends up spending the day in the ER.
Race relations become an issue in the ER when Mark Greene treats two injured teenagers, one black and the other white, and assumes the black kid was a drug dealer. It turns the white kid was the drug dealer and the black kid is a high school basketball star and an innocent bystander. When the black student's older brother confronts him, he begins to question his own impartiality. Carol Hathaway helps a young woman who was drugged with Rohipnol and raped. Benton gets an interesting offer from Dr. Hicks. He also learns that Carla Reece has been admitted to the hospital. Dr. Carter treats a woman with a serious condition but he seems to be the only one who sees it. Mark Greene's daughter ends up spending the day in the ER when her mom has to rush to Florida to deal with a family emergency.
- Anthony Edwards as Mark Greene
- George Clooney as Doug Ross
- Noah Wyle as John Carter
- Julianna Margulies as Carol Hathaway
- Gloria Reuben as Jeanie Boulet
- Laura Innes as Kerry Weaver
- Eriq La Salle as Peter Benton
[Mr. Thomas pulls up his gown to reveal himself]
Mr. Thomas: Did you ever see anything so pretty doc?
Mr. Thomas' Son: Oh my God. Dad!
Dr. Kerry Weaver: It's not that pretty, Mr. Thomas.
[Carla is having an ultrasound]
Dr. Janet Coburn: Oh! Hello. There it is. Turtle sign. It's a boy.
Carla Reece: That little thing?
Jeanie Boulet: They grow.
Carla Reece: Not as much as they'd like to think.