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VIDEO: Special One Hour "ER" Retrospective

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Special One Hour "ER" Retrospective
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Length: 41:37
Aired: 4/2/2009

As "ER" comes to a close, this hour-long retrospective takes a look back at fifteen seasons of patients, trauma, and all the drama that goes along with it. The retrospective features clips of the series' most memorable moments and interviews with many of the series' stars reflecting on their time on the show. watch

VIDEO: Special One Hour ER Retrospective

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Special One Hour ER Retrospective
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 42:00
Aired: 4/2/2009

As "ER" comes to a close, this hour-long retrospective takes a look back at past seasons with clips from the most memorable episodes and interviews with many of the series' stars. watch

VIDEO: And In the End...

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And In the End...
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Length: 01:25:00
Aired: 4/2/2009

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. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2006 El Cortez Movie, Assoc. Producer
2006 El Cortez Movie, Actor - Jack Clay
2005 Saw II Movie, Actor - Jonas
2004 Baadasssss! Movie, Actor - Angry Brother
2004 The Day After Tomorrow Movie, Actor - Luther

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News

October 5, 2006: Somebody to Love

Before I start on the juicy stuff I need someone to explain to me why in the 13th season of a show someone thought it was a good idea to change the theme music I understand that the trend with a lot of shows is to forego the opening credits and I dont necessarily have a problem with that But why change such a recognizable and long-standing part of the show Those first few percussive strains have always been my signal to get back to the couch Ive mentioned before how small familiar touches have really helped maintain the continuity for me amid the numerous cast changes and the theme music has always been a part of that Bad call Anyway I was so glad to see the wonderful John Mahoney back at home on NBC acting his heart out and singing as Bennett Cray He was always my favorite part of Frasier but this character was a far cry from the conservative old-fashioned Martin Crane he skillfully embodied for so long The love story between Bennett and his partner read more

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