George Clooney got his start on the NBC show "ER" as Dr. Doug Ross, pictured left. Since then, Clooney, pictured right at the "Burn After Reading" premiere at the Venice Film Festival, has been voted one of People magazine's Most Beautiful People, and has gone on to star in such Hollywood blockbuster hits as "Michael Clayton" and "Ocean's Twelve." Viewed as an international sex symbol, Clooney was the second man to appear on Vogue's cover, after Richard Gere.
On January 21, People magazine reported that Clooney's character Dr. Ross will return to the show in its final season. Sources...
Julianna Margulies as nurse Carol Hathaway, left, was one of the original cast members of "ER." She went on to win six Emmy's for every year she was on the show, popular for her steamy relationship with Dr. Doug Ross, played by George Clooney, as a center point of the show's plot.
Since leaving the show, Marguiles has been in smaller projects on stage and television, including the "Vagina Monologues" and as a guest on three episodes of "The Sopranos." A rep for Margulies confirmed to "Entertaiment Tonight" on Jan. 22 that Margulies is preparing to film scenes for the show's final...
Noah Wyle, who played Dr. John Carter on the series "ER," is one of the few original cast members that still makes guest appearances on the show. He received five Emmy nominations for his role, as well as three Golden Globe nominations. According to Guinness World Records, Wyle became the holder of a "Highest paid TV drama actor per episode" record during the 2003-2004 season, earning approximately $400,000 per episode.
Since leaving "ER," the Hollywood native has appeared in such movies as "Donnie Darko," "White Oleander" and "Enough." Wylie has also became an advocate for people...
The ER have to be evacuated because of benzene is spread all over the floors. Corday help out in a dramatic rescue, when a man is trapped under a building! Doug and Carol are trapped in the elevator with a sick little girl.
Oh, what a fantastic episode!! Lots of drama from beginning to end!
The idea was great, it was so dramatic when the ER had to be evacuated!!
We can see how the chemical workers comes into the ER and spread benzene all over the floors.. You can feel the panic when they undestand whats about to happen, and the drama have just began!!
Buzzzzzzz...Buzzzzzzz... Wilson felt a vibration is his suits’ pants pocket. His hand slid over the top of the pants and griped the phone, silencing the vibrating sound.
“Dr. Wilson!” A stern voice called again, “Dr. Wilson, we WILL continue without you if you have other, more important business to attend to.”
The writers werent kidding when they said all good things must end.
Corney, i know. Lyrics to a song by The Academy Is...but they wont stop resounding my my head tonight.
I stand here today not as a fan, but as a friend, a friend who has lost something that most people cant even begin to dream about. Most will tell you, "hey, its just a show." but they forgot...its the small things that make our lives what they are. Years from now, ill look back, and remember...
“Old Times” originally aired in 2009 which to me doesn’t feel like that long ago, but so much has changed in TV since then. Before this episode aired NBC ran promos all week long telling us that all of our favorites would be there.
"See, there's two kinds of doctors. The kind that gets rid of their feelings. And the kind that keeps them. If you're going to keep your feelings, you're going to get sick from time to time. That's just how it works."
Nurse Carol Hathaway tried to kill herself. The only reason she wasn't successful? Because her character tested so well with the audience. So instead of saying goodbye to Hathaway on such a somber note.