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ER: Season 13

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ER: The Complete Thirteenth Season

"ER" follows the lives of the emergency room staff and doctors of Chicago's County General Hospital, a Level One Trauma Center where the difference between life and death rests on split-second decisions--and the pressure, joy and guilt are often overwhelming. These medical professionals are determined to save lives in a place where nothing is taken for granted and nothing is certain...nothing except that another desperate person will be rushed through the emergency room doors in the next moment, in need of their help. Some will live, and some will die, but the dedication and passion of these healers will endure.

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Another longtime cast member departs and another regular joins in ER's 13th season, as the Emmy-hoarding drama neared the end of its run. But first things first: tying up the sensational cliffhanger from the previous season, in which a pregnant Abby (Maura Tierney) was left bleeding on the ER floor and Sam (Linda Cardellini) and her annoying son, Alex (Dominic Janes), were abducted, leading to a deadly conclusion. Luka (Goran Visnjic) remains in limbo with the hospital board, and gets into even more trouble when a carpenter named Curtis Ames (Forest Whitaker in an Emmy-nominated guest appearance) has a stroke and sues him for malpractice. Tony Gates (John Stamos), after making a brief appearance in the previous season, joins the staff as an intern, Archie (Scott Grimes) returns, and Weaver (Laura Innes) is demoted and later hangs on the edge of Luka's budget cuts. Gates is easy on the eyes and attracts the attention of the staff, especially Neela (Parminder Nagra), but his life is complicated by a roommate who might be more than just a roommate, Meg (Paula Malcomson), and her daughter, Sarah (Chloe Greenfield). Pratt (Mekhi Phifer) struggles with his workload, volunteers at a church clinic, and also finds his brother (Sam Jones III) going through a personal crisis. Struggling the most with Neela's interest in Gates is Ray (Shane West), who finally explodes at a surprise party with devastating results. Other arrivals and recurring characters included Busy Philipps as intern Hope, Sally Field as Abby's mom, Leland Orser as surgical supervisor Lucien Dubenko, Annabella Sciorra as Sam's photographer friend, Malaya Rivera Drew as Ray's other love interest, Sean Young as a mentally stricken woman, and Stanley Tucci as ICU chief Kevin Moretti. Also departing this season: James Newton Howard's theme music, a casualty of the trend to do away with time-consuming opening credits. --David Horiuchi

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Outpatient outtakes: deleted scenes

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  • Actors: Goran Visnjic, Maura Tierney, Mekhi Phifer, Parminder Nagra, John Stamos
  • Directors: Andrew Bernstein, Brett Fallis, Christopher Chulack, Ernest R. Dickerson, Joanna Kerns
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, Widescreen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 6, 2010
  • Run Time: 1012 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001JAHQ1G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,340 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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If I were to rank seasons of ER, this (and season 15, the final season) would make the top five, along with three of the earlier seasons. Season 13 is major
improvement over season 12, partly because the writers stop forcing us to
sit through Africa episodes.

While I think this is one of the best seasons, there is one flaw I'd like to
mention early in the review, and that has to do with ER taking (bad) cues
from what became it's Thursday night hospital drama competition starting with
this season: Grey's Anatomy. During season 13, I got the feeling that the creative forces behind ER were trying to win over Grey's Anatomy fans
by increasing the amount of sex scenes and "cute" relationship storylines/moments.
ER always had it's relationship stories and sex scenes, and that was fine,
but for a brief period in the season, they piled it on too thick. The prime example is Neela's sex dream about Gates in episode 6 or 7. Fortunately, they backed away from that tactic quickly (although this type of scene made another appearance
late in season 14).

Now that I have that out of the way, I can mention what makes this an outstanding
season of ER. (CONTAINS SPOILERS) First and foremost, Dr. Weaver departs for
a (Dr. Sanjay Gupta) type job at a TV station in Florida. She is missed, but her
final two episodes (as a regular) are well written and, of course, her acting is
top notch. Another highlight is Forest Whitaker's emmy nominated role as Curtis
Ames, a former patient of Dr. Kovac who sues him for malpractice. Sally Field makes her final appearance, Abby and Kovac are married, Dr.
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We love ER...price was good ...now have whole collection! I recommend this series for everyone! One of my favorites! Excellent!
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Felt COMPELLED to find out what happened following the season cliffhanger of Season 12. Personally, I belive the show lost something between seasons 10 and 12. And I'm not talking about "STARS" Just the WHOLE focus of the show. What else can I say beyond that?
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One of the best things about this season happens at the end, when outstanding character actor, Stanley Tucci arrives as the new chief of emergency medicine, and Dr. Kerry Weaver's career takes an odd twist.

John Stamos joins the cast as an intern (after completing medical school and serving as an EMT last season. There is nothing about Stamos role or acting which appeals to me especially (unlike Noah Whyle, Goren Visjnic, and Mekhi Phifer.

I suppose it's necessary to make a good drama, but I find it very hard to take when good characters leave the show. More often than not, or so it seems, many strong characters leave by dying than by any other means. Career failures are almost as wrenching, as when Carter went through his intervention and rehabilitation after his narcotics addiction. This season has its share of character tragedies and missteps.

Sally Field returns as Dr. Abby Lockhart's mother, but not in as heart-wrenching an episode as she did in earlier seasons.

The end of last season, the cliff hanger, and the beginning of this season may have been two of the best episodes in the entire run of the series. I didn't want to say anything about it in the review of last season, for fear of a spoiler, but I think I better go back and point it out. The twelfth and thirteenth seasons seem to be a mini-renaissance in the show's life.
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Not one of my favorite seasons. The story lines a bit slow and aren't elaborated on enough. The season finale does add a shocking twist. The last episode of the season was definitely the best.
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I bought this since I had about finished with the first 12 years. There would be no way I would not want to see the remaining movies. I had not watched this series when it was on TV many years ago. So now I am spending most of this winter watching. They are really wonderful, the acting and staging is wonderful.
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Totally incomparable to all the other series out there these days. There's never a dull moment. Every episode has something interesting and fresh to offer ... love, drama, excitement, sadness, life, death, etc.
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The 13th season of ER is one of the best so far. I couldn't stop watching it. Every episode brought more information, and more cliffhangers. It was more than I expected, because so much more happened than I had anticipated. The series gets better with each season.
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Bella, it's a little early to know for sure, but I checked seasons 8-12 and they all have English subtitles so it's probably a good bet that this will too.
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