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ER (season 10)

ER (season 10)
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DVD box set
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 22
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run September 25, 2003 – May 13, 2004
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 March 3, 2009[1]
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The tenth season of the American fictional drama television series ER first aired on September 25, 2003 and concluded on May 13, 2004. The tenth season consists of 22 episodes.

Plot

New characters arrive in the form of medical student Neela Rasgotra and Nurse Samantha Taggart filling the void left by Abby who returns to medical school. The aftermath of Kovac and Carter’s mission in Africa becomes a key story throughout the season, a Thanksgiving tragedy sees the end of Romano, Lewis copes with unexpected pregnancy, Gallant is deployed to Iraq and Chen and Weaver both deal with personal losses.

Cast

Main cast

Supporting cast

Doctors and medical students:

Nurses:

Staff and paramedics:

Special appearances:

Episodes

"Series #" refers to the episode's number in the overall series, whereas "Season #" refers to the episode's number in this particular season.

Series # Season # Title Directed by Written by Original air date
2021 "Now What?" Jonathan KaplanJohn WellsSeptember 25, 2003 (2003-09-25)

The ER is undergoing extensive renovations. Carter returns from Africa to find a hostile Abby. New medical student, Neela Rasgotra, causes a stir when she unexpectedly helps a patient - and angers Chen as Pratt flirts with her. Romano sports a new look after removal of his arm. Carter receives news of Kovač's death from Africa and returns to retrieve his body.

First Appearance of medical student (later Dr.) Neela Rasgotra.

Note: Nielsen Ratings: 23.2 million viewers 
2032 "The Lost" Christopher ChulackJohn WellsOctober 2, 2003 (2003-10-02)
Carter returns to the Congo to search for Kovač's body and reunites with several associates. Kovač's story in the Congo after Carter's departure is told in flashbacks as he battles debilitating malaria while delaying evacuation and is captured by the rebels, with tragic consequences. Carter, however, learns that the rebels mistook Kovač for a priest and set him free rather than killing him, and he arranges for Kovač's return to Chicago while volunteering to stay himself. 
2043 "Dear Abby" Christopher ChulackR. Scott GemmillOctober 9, 2003 (2003-10-09)

Abby's frustrating day gets worse when she gets a special "Dear John" letter from Carter in the Congo while her fellow nurses threaten a walkout and her opinions are ignored. Romano's mood gets nastier when he is fitted with an antiquated hook for his missing arm. Pratt uneasily meets Chen's old-fashioned parents for dinner. In addition, three new second-year residents join the staff - including Archie Morris and the self-assured Dr. "Coop".

First Appearance of Dr. Archie Morris. 
2054 "Shifts Happen" Julie HébertDee JohnsonOctober 23, 2003 (2003-10-23)
Pratt and Weaver wind up on the wrong side of two judgment calls during a hellacious night shift that also finds Abby secretly seeking funds to return to medical school, leading to a meeting with her ex-husband. Neela deals with a little girl who arrives with her beloved grandmother whose status is DNR. Corday warms up to Dr. Dorset. 
2065 "Out of Africa" Jonathan KaplanDavid ZabelOctober 30, 2003 (2003-10-30)

Kovač's day back in the ER is a busy one. Lewis fears for a distraught architect, Ben Hollander (Bob Newhart), whose degenerating eyesight makes him despondent. A spirited new nurse, Samantha "Sam" Taggart, replaces Abby - who returns to medical school but also continues to work as a nurse to afford the tuition. Morris is overwhelmed by the chaos and grisly conditions of life in the ER.

First Appearance of Nurse Sam Taggart. 
2076 "The Greater Good" Richard ThorpeR. Scott GemmillNovember 6, 2003 (2003-11-06)
Pratt and Kovač clash over a miscarriage-prone young woman who arrives to deliver a premature baby; Lewis goes above and beyond the call of duty to help Ben Hollander cope with his failing vision; and Coop makes a romantic play for Chen. 
2087 "Death and Taxes" Félix Enríquez AlcaláDee JohnsonNovember 13, 2003 (2003-11-13)
Lewis' busy workload threatens to keep her from an important date with Hollander; Kovač and Corday clash over the treatment of a patient with questionable symptoms; and Sam's son spends a day underfoot at the ER. Meanwhile, Gallant must gamble with a risky hospital transfer to help a young septic cancer patient and Chen gets bad news from China about her parents. 
2098 "Freefall" Christopher ChulackJoe SachsNovember 20, 2003 (2003-11-20)

A Thanksgiving tragedy high above the ER has the County staff racing to aid the survivors and Lewis fearing the worst about one of the possible casualties. Elsewhere, Romano threatens to file a serious complaint against the brash Pratt and catches Morris with cannabis. Also, Kovač enjoys Thanksgiving dinner with Sam and her son Alex.

Final Regular Appearance of Dr. Robert Romano. 
2109 "Missing" Jonathan KaplanDavid ZabelDecember 4, 2003 (2003-12-04)
Two distinct cultures collide when Neela treats two Amish teenagers involved in a car accident. Corday and a few others mourn the loss of Romano. Elsewhere, Sam clashes with sympathetic Kovač when he pays too much attention to her trouble-prone son Alex, and Lewis is pained when an unconscious 5-year-old girl cannot be traced to any parent or guardian. 
21110 "Makemba" Christopher ChulackJohn WellsDecember 11, 2003 (2003-12-11)
On Christmas Eve, a chilled emergency room staff do their best to observe the holiday while a crusading Carter does the same half a world away as his friendship and relationship with Makemba, an Anglo-Congolese AIDS worker, is revealed. 
21211 "Touch and Go" Richard ThorpeMark MoroccoJanuary 8, 2004 (2004-01-08)
Carter returns from Africa full of surprises including a new love, Makemba ("Kem"). Pratt accidentally breaks a patient's neck while doing an unsupervised intubation. A whole nursing shift cannot go home until they find one missing Valium. 
21312 "NICU" Laura InnesLisa ZwerlingJanuary 15, 2004 (2004-01-15)
Neela and Abby face their toughest rotation ever after being assigned to the Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit, where Weaver and Sandy come needing help with their newly born son, Henry. 
21413 "Get Carter" Lesli Linka GlatterR. Scott GemmillFebruary 5, 2004 (2004-02-05)
Carter's girlfriend, Kem, steps on more than a few toes while spending a day observing County in action. Pratt has a hard night and questions his abilities as he treats a variety of patients. Gallant accompanies the paramedics and is almost shot in a violent domestic dispute where he befriends a frightened boy. Lewis turns down a promotion, due to an imminent change in her lifestyle. 
21514 "Impulse Control" Jonathan KaplanYahlin ChangFebruary 12, 2004 (2004-02-12)
Life and death assume an even higher profile as single-mother Sam treats an abused and newly pregnant teen as well as a wife who sees her injured family melt away after a car accident. Carter shows Kem the city and proposes they move into a townhouse he bought for them. And Kovač receives a sexy late-night visit from Sam. 
21615 "Blood Relations" Nelson McCormickDee JohnsonFebruary 19, 2004 (2004-02-19)
Neela is faced with crippling claustrophobia while trapped in a hyperbaric chamber with a baby suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning. Meanwhile, Chen returns from China with her ailing father; Weaver breaks bad news to a mother about her son's leukemia; and Sam ponders the repercussions of her night with Kovač. 
21716 "Forgive and Forget" Christopher ChulackBruce MillerFebruary 26, 2004 (2004-02-26)
Sam is trouble when Kovač has a visitor from Africa; Abby is angry when Morris discharges a patient when he should go to the psychiatric ward, but Morris pays the price when the patient comes to kill him with a tank; Corday is charmed by a fellow surgeon; a staffer becomes a patient after suffering a heart attack. 
21817 "The Student" Paul McCraneDavid ZabelApril 1, 2004 (2004-04-01)
Carter urges Neela to be more pro-active in the ER, then she goes too far in treating a brain-injury patient - and a sympathetic Gallant errs further by falsifying a medical report. Kovač treats the disoriented young son of a man who fears that tests will reveal he's not the boy's father. Chen scrambles to find an appropriate caregiver for her ailing father. And Corday is uneasy about dating two men. 
21918 "Where There's Smoke" Tawnia McKiernanJacy YoungApril 8, 2004 (2004-04-08)

Weaver rushes to the aid of her female partner Sandy Lopez when the firefighter is severely injured on the job and must fight for her life. Lewis suffers labor pains and is confined to bed rest, while tension remains between Gallant and Neela as an investigation begins into the suspicious death. Later, Gallant reveals to Neela that he will be deployed to Iraq. Sam is surprised by the arrival of Alex's dad. Corday discovers that she is the new Head of Surgery.

Final Regular Appearance of Dr. Michael Gallant. 
22019 "Just a Touch" Richard ThorpeR. Scott GemmillApril 22, 2004 (2004-04-22)
A breast exam lands Pratt in hot water when a woman informally accuses the young doctor of sexual harassment. Abby ponders how to get the attention of her contentious patients during her psych rotation and Neela finds herself studying strokes in a lab populated by brainy but bizarre graduate students. Weaver vows to fight for her baby son and Chen is at wit's end when she brings her combative and ailing father home. Sam is baffled by her ex's return — and Kovač's take on the new man in Alex's life. 
22120 "Abby Normal" Jonathan KaplanDavid ZabelApril 29, 2004 (2004-04-29)
Weaver considers drastic action to keep Lopez's folks from taking custody of Henry. Abby is in the midst of her psychiatric rotation and tries to help a seizure-prone mother with a controversial drug treatment. Pratt lays into Neela for avoiding the ER to work in a lab. Kovač's relationship with Sam and her son Alex grows awkward when Alex's father returns. Carter impresses a returning Kem — but annoys his father — with a shake-up at his family's foundation. 
22221 "Midnight" Julie HebertJohn WellsMay 6, 2004 (2004-05-06)

Carter is alarmed as he rushes his pregnant girlfriend Kem into the ER when he suspects trouble, while Corday gets a jolt from the past when the late Dr. Greene's teen daughter Rachel shows up with her boyfriend looking for a haven - and some "morning-after" pills. Neela prepares for her graduation while Abby prefers to sit it out. Sam's ex makes his intentions clear to Kovač.

Note: Nielsen Ratings: 28.4 million viewers 
22322 "Drive" Jonathan KaplanDee JohnsonMay 13, 2004 (2004-05-13)

A horrific car wreck brings out Kovač's inner hero. Neela heads for the University of Michigan to begin her internship; her fellow doctors question the bruises on Chen's face; Pratt keeps a mentoring eye on a young heart patient, Elgin. Weaver hopes to gain custody of her son and Sam flees with Alex after Steve settles down in Chicago. Pratt leases a Chrysler 300C, and while showing off the vehicle's Hemi performance, he, Chen, and Elgin become the victims of road rage and gunfire by an irritated motorist.

Note: Nielsen Ratings: 23.9 million viewers 

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