ER was my favorite TV show for years. YEARS. I think ER started when I started high school. In 1994, I could google it to make sure I have the year right, but I’m pretty sure it was the same year I started high school. Anyways, I started watching it because my mom watched it all the time. I was quickly addicted and fell in love with Dr. John Carter (Noah Wylie). So I watched him grow, and develop over the years. I watched him get stabbed in the back and was shocked to my core. I saw him recover from a drug addiction and lose a baby with his wife. When he left the show, I debated even continuing on with my ER addiction, because yes by then it was a full fledged addiction. I wasn’t blogging then, so I needed something to do and TV was my THING. So I kept on watching it. I was quite pleased that they brought him back for a few episodes that last season. It just wouldn’t have been right to end the show without him. ER Season 15 the final chapter for the ER family comes to DVD on July 12th.
Synopsis: With sirens wailing, an ambulance pulls into the bay. Doctors coping with too little sleep and too many patients rush to help, making split-second judgments that can mean the difference between life and death. Gurneys roll. Tensions rise. Medical miracles — or heartbreaks — unfold. And the final season of ER goes out as it came in 15 seasons before — with an electrifying mix of complex characters, rich storylines, brisk pacing and kinetic style. Favorite characters from the past (some you expect, some may surprise you) return in this 22-episode valedictory season of the series that shattered the mold for medical dramas. You’ve come to the right place. Check in one last, momentous time at County General.
Available on DVD: July 12th
Feel free to check out the “Dead Son” Clip
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We received a sample from Warner Brothers to facilitate this review.