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TV Schedule



ER can be seen on TNT Mon-Fri at 10 and 11 am EST. 

This is a great way to catch up on missed episodes or watch your favorites again.

Upcoming ER Episodes
- on TNT

The TV Schedule for other countries will be up soon.

These are the episodes airing on NBC Thursday 10 EST. (r) = repeat

Oct 10

"Insurrection" - S9, 3
GUNPLAY IN EMERGENCY ROOM PROMPTS DEFIANT CARTER TO LEAD INSURRECTION -- After an enraged drug addict pulls a gun on Dr. Chen (Ming-Na) and other staff members, a fed-up Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) leads a divisive walkout when his request for metal detectors is delayed -- thereby endangering the lives of new patients. Elsewhere, Dr. Lewis (Sherry Stringfield) counsels an exhausted elderly woman (guest star Shirley Knight) whose adult son is dying from Huntington's disease -- the same affliction that killed her husband. In addition, Dr. Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) tries to safeguard his developmentally disabled brother (guest star Marcello Thedford) and comforts Chen after her brush with death; Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnjic) treats an HIV-infected boy whose parents arouse his curiosity; and Abby's (Maura Tierney) brother (guest star Thomas Everett Scott) gets an eyeful when he visits the hospital. Laura Innes, Paul McCrane and Sharif Atkins also star.

TV Guide - Carter takes drastic steps to improve security conditions at County after a frustrated patient takes matters into his own hands---violently; Meanwhile, Gallant tends to a hypochondriac who refuses to leave any symptom unchecked; Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) is keeping a secret about his home situation; and Kovac has an unhappy ex-lover to contend with. Harkins: Leslie Bibb. Corday: Alex Kingston. Gallant: Sharif Atkins.

Oct 17

"Walk Like A Man" - S9, 4
UNGALLANT DR. GALLANT CHAFES OVER FATE AND CARE OF PATIENTS -- Young Dr. Gallant (Sharif Atkins) gets worked up over the callous treatment afforded to an addled elderly patient (guest star Diane Delano) under his repeated care and confronts Dr. Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) when he reports a suicidal Army Ranger (guest star David Barrera) -- whom Gallant promised to protect. Likewise, a protective Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) is agitated when he discovers that girlfriend Abby (Maura Tierney) downed alcohol while out with her girlfriends. Elsewhere: Dr. Weaver (Laura Innes) just isn't herself as she makes repeated -- and embarrassing -- mistakes; Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnjic) dallies with the mother of a little girl (guest star Alexandra Kyle) facing kidney failure; and Dr. Corday (Alex Kingston) treats the wife of a senior citizen (guest star Willis Burks II) who's suffering from Alzheimer's. Paul McCrane, Ming-Na and Sherry Stingfield also star.

TV Gyude - Tensions between meek med student Gallant (Sharif Atkins) and arrogant intern Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) reach a fever pitch as they battle over two trobuled patients. The conflict begins after Pratt meddles in Army recruit Gallant's treatment of a suicidal soldier. But when Dr. Kayson (Sam Anderson), the chief cardiologist, refuses to help a known hypochondriac (Diane Delano), Gallant finally hits his limit and unloads on Pratt for having too much to say and too little to offer once the woman's symptoms prove to be legitimate. In other storylines, Abby tries to set the record straight with Carter about her drinking and Kerry makes a disastrous television appearance.

Oct 24
"Secrets And Lies" - S8, 16
CHANGE-OF-PACE EPISODE STRIPS POLITE VENEER OFF DOCTORS WHO ARE ORDERED TO ATTEND SEMINAR -- In a dramatic change-of-pace episode, after a bout of horseplay following a dominatrix' appearance in the ER, Dr. Weaver (Laura Innes) orders Abby (Maura Tierney), Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle), Dr. Lewis (Sherry Stringfield), Dr. Kovac (Goran Visjnic) and Dr. Gallant (Sharif Atkins) into a day-long sexual harassment seminar -- which unleashes a torrent of truth about their mutual relationships. While the class is delayed for a tardy instructor, the five share intimate details while alternately mocking and challenging each other -- especially with the thorny romantic attractions involving Abby and Lewis with Carter. What's more, Carter and Kovac kill time by engaging in a roughhouse round of fencing that speaks volumes about their contending interest in Abby. Ming-Na also stars in a script written by executive producer John Wells.


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