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ER: The Complete Second Season

Anthony Edwards , George Clooney , Anthony Edwards , Barnet Kellman    Unrated   DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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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 personal and professional life when she has to take care of her abandoned infant niece. The Lewis character grows the most during the season, along with second-year student John Carter (Noah Wylie), whose natural compassion gives way to professional ambition following the model of his teacher, ambitious and self-absorbed Peter Benton (Eriq LaSalle). Benton angles for a position with a renowned cardiovascular surgeon (Ron Rifkin) and has to deal with the fallout from a relationship with physician's assistant Jeannie Boulet (Gloria Reubens), yet he also starts to show some glimmers of humanity.

Greene has his own problems trying to manage a long-distance marriage, while nurse Carol Hathaway (Julianna Margulies) bounces back from her aborted first-season marriage attempt to start a new relationship with paramedic Shep (Ron Eldard, who also became Margulies's real-life partner). She buys her first house and enjoys an entire season out of the companionship of Doug Ross (George Clooney), who as always runs into problems with his cowboy style and philandering ways. But just when he's finally driven himself out of the ER, he has to go play hero when he finds a boy pinned in a storm drain in an episode that was nominated for six Emmys and remains one of the, excuse the pun, high-water marks of the series. That and such episodes as "The Healers," which deals with the aftermath of Shep's daring fire rescue, prove that when ER was at its best, it was as good as anything on television.

Guest appearances include Lucy Liu as the mother of an AIDS-stricken boy, Red Buttons as an elderly husband, Joanna Gleason as an infomercial producer, and Jake Lloyd (Star Wars: Episode I, The Phantom Menace) as the son of a prostitute. DVD bonus features are a little lighter than on the first-season set, consisting of a commentary track (by co-executive producer Mimi Leder, editor Randy Jon Morgan, and Laura Innes) on the season's first episode and "The Healers," a nine-minute spotlight on "Hell and High Water," an 11-minute piece on the series' multiple directors, 14 minutes of outtakes, and a gag reel. --David Horiuchi

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This Enthralling Series Explores The Inner Workings Of A Chicago Teaching Hospital And The Dedicated Physicians And Medical Personnel Who Staff Its Overburdened Emergency Room. Gloria Reuben Joins The Cast.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Shows Nov. 1 2013
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Watching ER give me pleasure it makes me relaxes after a hard day at work what else to but enjoy a great TV show
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5.0 out of 5 stars ER rocks Jan. 29 2013
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I loved this series when it was aired on tv. Now I get to see it any time that I want
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5.0 out of 5 stars the greatest show EVER Jan. 19 2013
By Sylvyie
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I bought the first season and now the second...can't wait to watch it and will keep buying every season until I have it ALL!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Addicting!! March 21 2012
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Having been an ER nurse I am critical of most series that have to do with hospitals, medicine etc. I truly enjoy ER,the story lines and the unfolding characters. I can relate somehow. They have a great group of knowledgeable writers and producers. I know the characters will change in future seasons and I am dreading that as I have really gotten into the original gang. Also it is interesting to see where these actors are now 15 years later....Buy or borrow it. You won't be disappointed.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Am I the only one with this problem? Aug. 29 2005
By Sheri
Format:DVD
I can't seem to find anyone else with this problem, but every season I've purchased (all 3 at one point) has had some sort of screw up in atleast 2 episodes. On my season 2 disc I can't even watch episode 3 because it just freezes, and episode 4 keeps skipping forward to 23 minutes and than has a bunch of skips after that.
This happens in all 3 seasons for me, so be warned that you may not be able to watch some episodes.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Giggles and Glitches Oct. 1 2007
By Dabear
Format:DVD
I love the humour in this season!

I'm not having any technical woes with Season 2 so far, but there were three major problems in Season 1 from scratched disks. I tried using my home repair kit, with no good results. My video store does repairs, so I might try taking them there. I love my ER! I have Seasons 1,2,3, and 5, and hope to own the whole set some day.
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5.0 out of 5 stars MUST HAVE May 3 2004
By A Customer
Format:DVD
IF YOU ARE AN ER FAN LIKE ME THEN THEESE BOX SETS ARE A MUST HAVE I CAN NOT WAIT TILL ER THE THIRD SEASON COMES OUT IT REALLY GOT GOOD IN THE THIRD SEASON
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5.0 out of 5 stars Solid Television April 29 2004
By Gillian
Format:DVD
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.
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