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Star Trek: The Next Generation: Emergence Rewatch Season 7, Ep 23
A nascent shipwide intelligence converts the Enterprise's holodeck into such stuff as dreams are made on. [more inside]
ER: Season 2 (Full Season) Season 2, Ep 0
Major changes are in store for Dr. Green's personal life as he gets into the swing of his attending position, Carter's confidence is shaken as he begins his surgical internship with Benton, and Dr. Kerry Weaver joins the ER staff as an unpopular replacement for Chief Resident. Meanwhile, Dr. Ross' reckless disregard for hospital policy and himself puts his fellowship and his life in danger, and he struggles to confront his complicated relationship with his absent father. Dr. Lewis is stretched thin trying to balance the demands of her residency (and Dr. Weaver) and an ever-mounting responsibility for her sister and newborn niece. Dr. Benton struggles with the prospect of having to report one of his superiors for discrepancies in a major study in the face of pressure not to. Jeanie begins working in the ER as a physician's assistant and later receives unexpected news. Carol's personal touch with patients gets her into trouble and she begins a relationship with a paramedic. [more inside]
ER: Season 1 (Full Season) Season 1, Ep 0
Created by author Michael Crichton based on his experiences as a medical student, ER follows the doctors, students, and staff working in the emergency room of the crowded, chaotic, and underfunded County General Hospital in Chicago. Now available for streaming on Hulu! [more inside]
Are We Doing ER Since It's on Hulu?
Would anyone have an interest in doing season-by-season posts of the full run of ER now that it's all available for streaming? I feel like doing each episode would probably be way too time intensive, but I've been watching it again and it's pretty good.
Podcast: Radiolab from WNYC: Shorts: The Bitter End
We turn to doctors to save our lives -- to heal us, repair us, and keep us healthy. But when it comes to the critical question of what to do when death is at hand, there seems to be a gap between what we want doctors to do for us, and what doctors want done for themselves.