Gideon's Crossing Episodes

2000, TV Show

Episode Detail: The Crash - Gideon's Crossing

Ben is agitated (and he doesn't feel good) as he goes through a bad day. For starters, his son Eli (Jascha Washington) hits another boy in the head with a brick at school. Then he gets into a flap with Cabranes over a fetal-cell transplant that one of his patients wants. And then there's a rich 15-year-old (Azura Skye), a friend's daughter, who comes into the hospital because she's listless. Sid suspects endocarditis but Ben hastily overrules him.

Episodes: Gideon's Crossing (20)

4/9/2001: Heart of Glass    Season 1, Episode 20
4/2/2001: The Crash    Season 1, Episode 19
3/19/2001: Filaments and Ligatures    Season 1, Episode 18
3/12/2001: Flashpoint    Season 1, Episode 17
3/5/2001: The Others    Season 1, Episode 16
2/12/2001: Prodigal Dad    Season 1, Episode 15
2/5/2001: Life Sentences    Season 1, Episode 14
1/29/2001: Orphans    Season 1, Episode 13
1/22/2001: Dr. Cherry Must Be Stopped    Season 1, Episode 12
1/15/2001: Hinkytown    Season 1, Episode 11
12/27/2000: Clinical Enigma    Season 1, Episode 10
12/20/2000: Is There a Wise Man in the House?    Season 1, Episode 9
12/6/2000: Father Knows Best    Season 1, Episode 8
11/22/2000: The Lottery    Season 1, Episode 7
11/15/2000: Freak Show    Season 1, Episode 6
11/8/2000: The Mistake    Season 1, Episode 5
11/1/2000: The Race    Season 1, Episode 4
10/25/2000: A Routine Case    Season 1, Episode 3
10/18/2000: The Way    Season 1, Episode 2
10/10/2000: The Gift (Pilot)    Season 1, Episode 1

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Premiered: October 10, 2000, on ABC
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Premise: A failed but provocative medical drama about a fiercely principled chief of experimental medicine at Boston's Metropolitan General, a prestigious teaching hospital. Intelligently written and with a superb lead performance by Andre Braugher (sandwiched between his roles on `Homicide: Life on the Street' and `Hack'), the series deserved far better than a one-season run.

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