ER I don't know about you, but...
I don't know about you, but I really wish one of these rare "special appearances" by Noah Wyle
would involve Carter actually showing up at County General rather than just these far-away places. I'd be satisfied with even one Chicago visit, like the recent episode where Sharif Atkins
briefly appeared in town. Well, I guess a Sudanese desert-based Carter is better than no Carter at all, eh? I did enjoy seeing him do scenes with Mary McCormack
and Eamonn Walker
. How horrible for that Lwendo guy to abandon his wife after he found out she was raped. Speaking of Eamonn, I love seeing yet another former Oz
cast member get work. I keep waiting for Harold Perrineau
and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
to walk by each other on Lost
and do a "Where have I seen you before?" double take. Back to ER
, I expected Clemente to be much more overjoyed when Jodie came out of her coma. I was like "wake up!" — thank goodness they both did. Yes, he appeared happy, but I wanted joyful tears
from John Leguizamo
. Great line of Jodie's — "Don't you leave me now, jerk" — and, hello, how relieved were you when the "gun" Jodie's psycho ex pointed to Clemente was just his fingers? My favorite part of the episode was Pratt taking the initiative in convincing his alcoholic friend Darnell to turn himself in, followed by Darnell's son K.J. thanking Pratt for doing so. Very pleasant seeing Luka and Clemente play nice — glad Clemente agreed to taking the psychiatric tests. And no, Abby and Luka did not
(and jokingly Charo
) as possible baby names! I was totally waiting for a Cher
mention. — Dave Anderson
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