ER Season 13 Episodes:
Episode 1: Bloodline; Written by Joe Sachs & David Zabel; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 9/21/06
Desperate to save herself and Alex, Sam tries to escape from her psychotic husband. Back at County General, Jerry fights for his life. Abby, still 2 1/2 months from full term, confronts a crisis in her pregnancy.
Episode 2: Graduation Day; Written by Lisa Zwerling & Janine Sherman Barrois; Directed by Joanna Kerns; 9/28/06
Look who's back: Sam, to face a possible murder charge; Maggie, in full grandma mode; Morris, hoping to get his old job back; and former paramedic Tony Gates, soon to be an important member of the ER team.
Episode 3: Somebody to Love; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 10/5/06
When an aging gay man is brought into the ER with a life-threatening condtion, his long-time partner and his estranged blood relatives clash over treatment decisions.
Episode 4: Parenthood; Written by R. Scott Gemmill; Directed by Tawnia McKiernan; 10/12/06
With new-mom Abby and soccer-dad Morris off site honing their parenting skills, the ER erupts with trauma cases. Neels contends with an arrogant new boss and a sad reminder of Gallant.
Episode 5: Ames v. Kovac; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Richard Thorpe; 10/19/06
While Abby readjusts to the hospital after being at home with her baby, Kovac has his own challenge: a malpractice suit filed by a distraught man who came to the ER with a cough and left partially paralyzed.
Episode 6: Heart of the Matter; Written by Janine Sherman Barrois; Directed by Andrew Berstein; 11/2/06
The jury reaches a verdict in Ames v. Kovac. Neels rebels against Dr. Crenshaw. Weaver inadvertently spoils Morris' moment in the limelight. Gates's patient is a special-needs teen with an uninhibited streak.
Episode 7: Jigsaw; Written by Virgil Williams; Directed by John Wells; 11/9/06
"All I got is a little congestion. Think you morons can handle that?" A belligerent man brings out the worst in Morris...and the best., when the doctor suspects his difficult patient suffers from a rare and disturbing disorder.
Epsiode 8: Reason to Believe; Written by R. Scott Gemmill; Directed by Ernest Dickerson; 11/16/06
Wounded bodies, wounded hearts: the ER becomes a temporary refuge for three homeless children who've constructed an alborate fantasy world to replace the filth and fear they live in.
Episode 9: Scoop and Run; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 11/23/06
Thanksgiving means spending time with other people's families: Jane copes with a girl impaled in a holiday-sale melee. Alex helps a pretty young patient. Abby risks her life aiding victims of a bus crash.
Episode 10: Tell Me No Secrets... ; Written by Karen Maser; Directed by Laura Innes; 11/30/06
Angela's daughter is brought in, the victim of sexual assault. Ames stalks Kovac and his family. Gates woos Neels, much to Ray's dismay. Pratt jumps to conclusions about his brother's sexual orientation.
Episode 11: City of Mercy; Written by David Zabel & Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 12/7/06
There's no manger and no star, but a couple of wise men - Gates and Ray - assist at a very special Christmas birth and that's just one of the holiday miracles.
Episode 12: Breach of Trust; Written by Janine Sherman Barrois; Directed by Skipp Sudduth; 1/4/07
Weaver gets a TV job offer in Miami - and she may need it: Kovac must make a budget cut the size of Weaver's paycheck. A distraught Meg arrives in the ER eager for a showdown with Gates.
Episode 13: A House Divided; Written by R. Scott Gemmill; Directed by Andrew Bernstein; 1/11/07
It all happens one night: Abby gets two nasty shocks. Meg makes a dramatic (and possibly fatal) gesture. Weaver leaves the ER. As does Pratt - in handcuffs - after his church clinic plan goes wrong.
Episode 14: Murmurs of the Heart; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 2/1/07
Personal crises erupt as Ames holds Abby and baby Joe at gunpoint. A suspicious fire ravages Sam's apartment building. Meg can't be roused from her overdose. Pratt faces the possibility of prison time.
Episode 15: Dying is Easy... ; Written by Janine Sherman Barrois; Directed by Tawnia McKiernan; 2/8/07
Did you hear the one about the comedian who joked his way through a leukemia diagnosis? A stand-up comic doesn't want to miss his gig, even if he's too sick to stand up. Pratt faces the medical board.
Episode 16: Crisis of Conscience; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Steve Shill; 2/15/07
Two brothers have opposite reactions to their mother's acute liver failure. Ray suspects a chearleader's fall may not be accidental. A patient who claims ESP powers gives Abby thought provoking advice.
Episode 17: From Here to Paternity; Written by Virgil Williams; Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter; 2/22/07
The focus is on fatherhood as a tough guy from the hood covers for his gang member son. Gates deals with his alcoholic father. A dad battles hypothermia after he and his family are rescued from the snow.
Episode 18: Photographs and Memories; Written by Karen Maser; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 4/12/07
Kovac and Abby's secret engagement doesn't stay secret. A photographer documents a dying man's last days. Neela resents the new surgical intern. Same spends her birthday longing for Alex, away at a special school.
Episode 19: Family Business; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Richard Thorpe; 4/19/07
A middle-aged man suffering from heart failure has only one concern: his devoted, Alzheimer's afflicted father who will ahve no one to turn to and no place to go if the son dies.
Episode 20: Lights Out; Written by Janine Sherman Barrois; Directed by Terence Nightingall; 4/26/07
With just 12 hours to go before the ER is closed for critical repairs, everyone scrambles to save those who can be saved, ease the path of the dying, and scatter to new, short-term (they hope) assignments.
Episode 21: I Don't; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Andrew Bernstein; 5/3/07
Luke and Abby's wedding may be unusual, but nothing that accompanies it is: broken hearts, mended hearts, open hearts... and an end-of-ceremony brawl.
Episode 22: Sea Change; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Laura Innes; 5/10/07
New pain, new electrical system, new ramps in the bathrooms, and a new ego in white. The ER's reopening coincides with the arrival of abrasive Dr. Kevin Moretti, just as Kovac's resignation as ER chief becomes official.
Episode 23: The Honeymoon is Over; Written by R. Scott Gemmill & David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 5/17/07
Dr. Moretti vows to reinvent how the ER practices medicine. The newlyweds' honeymoon is put on hold. An army interpreter suffers PTSD from his time in Iraq. Neela's hunt for Ray ends in profound sorrow.
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