ER Season 11 Episodes:
Episode 1: One for the Road; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 9/23/04
After the car crash, Pratt and Chen are pulled from the river, alive but injured. Comings and goings: Neela returns to Chicago. Kem leaves the city...and leaves Carter devastated.
Episode 2: Damaged; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Paul McCrane; 10/7/04
What's the cure for a broken heart? Carter slips toward a dangerous remedy. Form R.N. Abby, now an M.D., contends with resentful nurses.
Episode 3: Try Carter; Written by R. Scott Gemmill; Directed by Jonathan Kaplan; 10/14/04
On a franetic 4th of July weekend, Carter argues for the transplant of an HIV-tainted organ into an HIV-positive patient, Pratt returns too soon after his craniotomy, and Abby countermands Ray Barnett.
Episode 4: Fear; Written by Dee Johnson; Directed by Linda Glatter; 10/21/04
Carter encouraged it, but Corday perfmored the surgery. Her role in the HIV-organ transplant takes her career off the tenure track. The team treats children believed to be injured by an abusive dad.
Episode 5: An Intern's Guide to the Galaxy; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Arthur Albert; 11/4/04
Pratt turns the workday into a competition between Neela and fellow interns Abby and Ray - and Ray's haste leads to an organ-donation error.
Episode 6: Time of Death; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 11/11/04
One story, told almost entirely in real time. A gravely ill alcoholic learns that his life is ebbing fast and comes to terms with it in a way that profoundly touches Pratt.
Episode 7: White Guy, Dark Hair; Written by Lydia Woodward; Directed by Nelson McCormick; 11/18/04
A woman who just gave birth denies the child is hers. Encouraged by Sam, the nearly voiceless victim of an elusive rapist agrees to a hazardous procedure in order to provide information about her assailant.
Epsiode 8: A Shot in the Dark; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Jonathan Kaplan; 12/2/04
The doctors override a parent's demans in order to save the life of a child. A 15-year-old is judged mature enough to sign off on surgery for his father...and Ray says he'll support the teen.
Episode 9: 'Twas the Night; Written & Directed by Julie Hebert; 12/9/04
The yuletide finds the ER with staff members trying to leave for the holidays...and crises that never take a holiday. Chen faces a final plight with her ill father.
Episode 10: Skin; Written by Dee Johnson; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 1/13/05
In the back of a car, Abby tends to a seriously wounded gang member using supplies from the local drugstore. Neela gets a much-needed lesson in empathy.
Episode 11: Only Connect; Written by Yahlin Chang; Directed by Jonathna Kaplan; 1/20/05
How bad is patient satisfaction at County General? An ambulance-chasing lawyer gives up chasing and sets up a mobile office outside the ER doors, eager to enlarge his client base with disgruntled patients.
Episode 12: The Providers; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 1/27/05
Abby + Jake. Luka + Neela. It adds up to trouble with Lewis unknowingly pairs each doctor with a love-struck resident. And drug side effects may have irreparably damaged the kidney a loving father donated to his daughter.
Episode 13: Middleman; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Ernest Dickerson; 2/3/05
The focus is on the hierarchy of ER decision-making and funding in an episode that includes a cheerful gunshot victim and a child with a suspicious gash across his chest. Jake romances Abby.
Episode 14: Just as I Am; Written by Lydia Woodward; Directed by Richard Thorpe; 2/10/05
Weaver's reunion with her birth mother, an evangelical Christian, turns rocky when Weaver reveals she's gay. Carter gets rough with an addicted couple trying to game the ER for drugs. Jane proves herself.
Episode 15: Alone in a Crowd; Written by Dee Johnson; Directed by Jonathan Kaplan; 2/17/05
A mother of three has a stroke, and we see much of her ER experience from her point of view. Neela uncovers the plight of some parentless children. Carter can't commit to Wendall.
Episode 16: Here and There; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 2/24/05
Here is Iraq. There is County General. And Dr. Gallant, stationed in the war zone, enlists Neela's aid to get a little girl wounded in a car bombing from here to there.
Episode 17: Back in the World; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Jonathan Kaplan; 3/24/05
Gallant ane Neela spend a precious few hours together. Sam's ex shows up broke and in trouble, and a lonely guy in a super hero outfit has a thing for Neela.
Episode 18: Refusal of Care; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Gloria Muzio; 4/21/05
An immigrant mother, desperate to save her son from deportation, goes on a hungers strike...and there's nothing the ER staff can legally do to stop her. An elderly woman may be the victim of abuse by her equally elderly sister.
Episode 19: Ruby Redux; Written by Lydia Woodward & Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Paul McCrane; 4/28/05
A man who despises Carter because of the way the then-student treated his wife ten years earlier returns to the ER with a heart problem. Pratt is hoodwinked into giving a report to a community activist group.
Episode 20: You Are Here; Written by Karen Maser & Dee Johnson; Directed by Karen Maser; 5/5/05
Carter, Lewis and Morris receive significant news. Ray puts his rock gig aside to help a "frequent flyer" who has a painful secret. Sam and Kovac's relationship begins to unravel.
Episode 21: Carter Est Amoureux; Written by John Wells; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 5/12/05
While Sam and Kovac grow further apart, Carter flies to Paris for one last chance at happiness with Kem. Back in the ER, Abby, Neela and Ray share one miserable day of mistake after mistake.
Episode 22: The Show Must Go On; Written by David Zabel; Directed by John Wells; 5/19/05
It's Carter's going away party and everyone should be there...unless there's an unexpected situation that requires the relatively inexperienced Abby, Neela and Ray to step up and guide an understaffed ER.
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