*SPOILER* for 04/06 Eppy 'Viable Options'

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spoiler * * * * * * * * * * VIABLE OPTIONS 04-06-00

Dr. Kovac (Goran Visnjic) is unsettled about his responsibility to disqualify a series of patients with kidney failure when a precious donor becomes available, especially when one prospect (guest star Leslie Silva, NBC's "Providence") is unaware that she's pregnant and must choose between the baby or the transplant operation. A few feet away, Dr. Romano (Paul McCrane) decides to mix it up for a day in the ER trenches and clashes with two angry motorists (guest stars Mitch Pileggi, "The X-Files," and Ransford Doherty) as well as Dr. Weaver (Laura Innes) over proper treatment of a terminally ill pneumonia patient (guest star Rachel Roth). Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) must do some fast-talking when a former patient, a diabetic young boy (guest star Ben Hecht) whose father previously had no insurance, reappears with dangerous symptoms. Drs. Finch (Michael Michele) and Benton (Eriq La Salle) are dressed down by Romano when a pharmacy misreads their scribbled prescription and issues a drug that nearly kills a constipated patient (guest star Jack Shearer). Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards) gets angry when Dr. Corday (Alex Kingston) conspires with his crotchety father (guest star John Cullum) to place the senior Greene in a hospice.

-- Phantom (BizzyNKrew@yahoo.com), March 22, 2000


Thanks for the spoiler!! Where do you find these??? I am the one that has too know right now, instead of waiting for next week.

-- Paula (pbranden@dwave.net), March 23, 2000.

Actually, I can't take credit for it, in fact, I copied it from another message board I visit from time to time. I have no idea where people find spoilers like this so in depth. If I come across where people are finding them, I'll let you know!


-- Phantom (BizzyNKrew@yahoo.com), March 24, 2000.

Actually I get mine in About.com. They usually have them 2 weeks before an episode airs. Here's the complete episode reviews/spoliers for ER. http://tvschedules.about.com/entertainment/tvschedules/library/shows/b lerepgd.htm

-- abigail (abbyqueen@aol.com), March 25, 2000.

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