ER Season 15 Episodes:
Episode 1: Life After Death Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Christopher Misiano; 9/25/08
Abby wakes up after the ambulance explosion and checks on the others. A mother and daughter are rushed in and Abby misdiagnoses the case. Morris and Neela struggle to keep up.
Episode 2: Another Thursday at County; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Paul McCrane; 10/9/08
Dr. Banfield's arrival and tough attitude causes the ER staff to feel defensive. Gates and the new interns fight to save the life of a terrorist while risking their own lives.
Episode 3: The Book of Abby; Written by David Zabel; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 10/16/08
When a gunshot wound victim arrives, the new chief and Abby butt heads on how to treat the patient. Abby comes to Sam's defense when she goes before a nurses disciplinary board.
Episode 4: Parental Guidance; Written by Janine Sherman; Directed by John E. Gallagher; 10/22/08
After Banfield defends herself from a street criminal, she and Dr. Gates treat a young gymnast with suspicious injuries indicating abuse. Dubenko's back on the surgery team.
Episode 5: Haunted; Written by Karen Maser; Directed by Christopher Chulack; 10/30/08
It's Halloween in the ER and there are all sorts of tricks and treats in store. Morris surprises Neela with an unexpected guest.
Episode 6: Oh, Brother; Written by Virgil Williams; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 11/6/08
Both Morris and Neela have authority issues with Dr. Banfield and Gates upsets Sam.
Episode 7: Heal Thyself; Written and Directed by David Zabel; 11/13/08
Trying to rescue a three-year-old girl from drowning in a nearby lake, Banfield is reminded of her own experience at County with Dr. Greene caring for her son.
Epsiode 8: Age of Innocence; Written by Janine Sherman; Directed by Paul McCrane; 11/20/08
Gates is obsessed with finding a homeless war hero - much to Sam's chagrin. And while Neela's intern involves the department in a lawsuit, Brenner loses his cool with a patient.
Episode 9: Let it Snow; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Charles Haid; 12/4/08
Morris and Banfield are snowed in and trapped at an ER conference in Nebraska. Back in Chicago, Alex and Sarah go behind Sam's back and get into a terrible car accident.
Episode 10: The High Holiday; Written by Shannon Goss; Directed by Lesli Linka Glatter; 12/11/08
Morris receives an unwanted package from his father at the ER doorstep. Meanwhile, Sam is anxious about getting Alex off of the ventilator after his accident.
Episode 11: Separation Anxiety; Written by Virgil Williams; Directed by Terence Nightingall; 1/8/09
Banfield treats two brothers that come into the ER. Meanwhile, Gates is upset with Sam over the fact that she never told him that Alex was released from the hospital.
Episode 12: Dream Runner; Written by Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Andrew Bernstein; 1/15/09
After a crazy day trying to save a young girl with sickle cell anemia, Neela goes in for an attending interview and is surprised to see Dr. Elizabeth Corday.
Episode 13: Love Is a Battlefield; Written by Karen Maser; Directed by Richard Thorpe; 1/22/09
Love is a complicated operation in the ER as Gates can't seem to shake his feelings for Sam and Neela gets flustered when Brenner returns from Australia.
Episode 14: A Long, Strange Trip; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Mimi Leder; 2/5/09
Dr. David Morgenstern takes a trip down memory lane as he stops by County General and Sam's sister pays an unexpected visit.
Episode 15: The Family Man; Written by Andrew Fash; Directed by Eriq La Salle; 2/12/09
After a devastating car accident in the ambulance bay leaves a mother severely injured, Brenner struggles to find a family member to take care of the woman's young daughter.
Episode 16: The Beginning of the End; Written by David Zabel & Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Jonathan Kaplan; 2/19/09
On Valentine's Day, Neela falls under the spell of Dr. Brenner, Banfield refuses to give up on having a baby, and Dr. Carter makes a surprise return to the ER.
Episode 17: T-Minus-6; Written by David Zabel & Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Rod Holcomb; 2/26/09
Banfield and her husband look into adoption, while Carter adjusts to a changed ER. Sam's mother comes into the ER in an altered state of mind.
Episode 18: What We Do; Written & Directed by David Zabel; 3/5/09
The story of County General is revealed as a camera crew interviews the staff for a documentary on emergency medicine.
Episode 19: in Times of Old; Written & Directed by David Wells; 3/12/09
The ER doctors struggle to save two transplant patients when the transplant organs are stranded at the airport. And Carter gets a surprise visit from his old mentor Dr. Benton.
Episode 20: Shifting Equilibrium; Written by Lisa Zwerling; Directed by Andrew Bernstein; 3/19/09
It's Neela's last day at County General and everyone in the ER seems to have forgotten that she is leaving. Meanwhile, Brenner has an epiphany about his troubled past.
Episode 21: I Feel Good; Written by Joe Sachs; Directed by Stephen Cragg; 3/26/09
The ER doctors and nurses help out at Camp Del Corazon, a camp for kids who have had open-heart surgery, working alongside the camp counselor.
Episode 22: And In the End...; Written by John Wells; Directed by Rod Holcomb; 4/2/09
In the series finale, Dr. Carter opens a new medical facility for the underprivileged in Chicago and some old friends from County General all come to show their support.
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