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ER: The Complete Second Season

June 27, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

The prescription for unforgettable viewing continues in the the lives, loves and losses of the doctors and nurses of Chicago’s County General Hospital.Amazon.com
ER kicked off its second season of high-intensity drama and wry humor by introducing a character who would turn out to be a long-term member of–and a major irritation for–the inner-city Chicago hospital staff. After Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards) is promoted to attending physician, the door is open for a new chief resident, and in walks Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes), who wastes no time ruffling everyone’s feathers with her strict managerial style and subtle putdowns. One of her prime targets, Susan Lewis (Sherry Stringfield), struggles to balance her … More >>

ER: The Complete Second Season


5 Responses to “ER: The Complete Second Season”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Am I the only one who does not like flip disc? I bought the 1st season and that was a mistake because I never know what side I’m putting in the player cos there is no “A” and “B” label… I won’t buy this flip disc shows like E.R. and West Wing until they make them one sided with presumably 6 disc. I’m willing to pay more. Who’s with me???? Vote.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. When I watched ER it is an amazing show, all this stuff look real. Difference between this show and the other medical shows these are real people who have real problems like everybody else. Medical shows come and go but this is one show that’ll never die, this show is an ICON. The crew and the cast are like family, they help each other they work together they hang out everyday. This show is isn’t a place to work, it’s like a vacation. George Clooney is compared to Mel Gibson. George Clooney is playing Dr. Doug Ross, he’s like Mel Gibson with a stethoscope. George Clooney did really well in movies. Noah Wyle is compared to Breckin Meyer and Tom Cruise. Noah Wyle ever did movies he would do it better than ever than that George Clooney did. Linda Cardellini is compared to Buffy the Vampire Slayer Eliza Dushku. Linda Cardellini should have made 50 most beautiful people magazine. Linda Cardellini is excellent actress, is she ever was on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, she should have played Buffy Summers. What it been like if Linda Cardellini was on American Pie, if she was on American Pie, she would have played Heather or Michelle Flaherty. Sherry Stringfield is compared to Unfaithful Diane Lane. If she ever done Unfaithful, she would have done it better than her. Ming Na is compared to Charlies Angels Lucy Lui. If she ever played Charlies Angels she would done it better than Lucy Lui did. Maura Tierney is really an excellent actress and she is compared to Diane Lane and Gwyneth Paltrow. She should have made 50 most beautiful people in people magazine. Eventhough she is 39, she looks like she was eighteen or nineteen. She looks like a supermodel. Shane West is excellent Teen Idol, he is compared to Matt Damon and Angel’s David Borenaz. Shane West did a great job in A Walk To Remember. Shane West ever played Will Hunting he would have done a better than Matt Damon did.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Gillian says:

    Second season E.R. is the season that the show really took off. Supported by good acting and great scripts, E.R. went on to be top of the charts for months in a row.

    But the reason I have decided to write in a review is in response to a response. Yes, John Doe’s review was, in the nicest of words, pathetic. But that gives nobody the right to tear apart the greatest show on T.V. today. I am, of course, talking about the Sponge Bob. You knock Square Pants again, and Bob, Patrick and Plankton will go toe to toe with Dr. Carter, Green, and any other E.R. staff of your choosing.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Marco Freire says:

    Does anyone know if Quentin Tarantino directed an episode of ER? I’m not sure if he did. If he did, and if you know what episode it is, tell me by writing a review and name the episode and the season.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. A. Runnels says:

    Season 2 of ER is a sad shadow of season 1. They changed the characters what were charming in season one to inept jerks…especially John Carter. It no longer has that “you’re right there” feeling that the first season had and turns it into a boring, predictable melodramatic soap opera. The camera work and acting is just as brilliant as the first season which is a shining reason to watch it. I’d not miss watching the first season just because the second season is disappointing.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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