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ER: The Complete Sixth Season (DVD)


ER's sixth season was one of transition, bidding farewell to an original character and welcoming several new ones. After watching Doug Ross (George Clooney) leave in the previous season, Carol Hathaway (Julianna Margulies) is left on her own, pregnant with twins. When Robert "Rocket" Romano (Paul McCrane) makes a bid to run the whole hospital, Kerry Weaver (Laura Innes) and Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards) make plans to take a stand against him. Weaver, however, double-crosses Greene and winds up getting to run the ER. Peter Benton (Eriq La Salle) is locked up in a battle over his deaf son, Jeanie Boulet (Gloria Reubens) hopes to adopt an HIV-positive child, and John Carter (Noah Wyle) heats things up with his ex-cousin-in-law (Rebecca De Mornay). When Hathaway goes into labor on Thanksgiving, she's cared for by a perky OB nurse named Abby Lockhart (Maura Tierney). But Lockhart is also a third-year medical student, and she later turns up in the ER as part of her rotation. One of her first encounters is with new attending Luka Kovacs (Goran Visnjic), of whom she says, "Well, we never had doctors like that in OB... Is he single?" And on her memorable first day, she gets vomited on and bitten; she plays espionage on a scheming mother, and she misdiagnoses a patient. Former medical student Deb Chen, now known as Jing-Mei (Ming-Na), returns as a resident, Alan Alda arrives as new attending Gabe Lawrence, and "Dr. Dave" Malucci (Erik Palladino), Dr. Cleo Finch (Michael Michele), and desk clerk Frank (Troy Evans) also join the cast.

As usual, tensions ran high. Elizabeth Corday (Alex Kingston) crosses the line by coercing a confession out of a suspected rapist (Lawrence Monoson), which would haunt her all season. Then during one chaotic shift, it seems almost trivial that Lucy Knight (Kellie Martin) and Carter give a painful spinal tap to a patient named Paul Sobricki (David Krumholtz) whom they later find is schizophrenic. But at the end of the shift, while the staff is celebrating Valentine's Day, events unfold into the most harrowing scene in the history of the series, and one of the most gut-wrenching in the history of television drama. Guest stars include Broadway actor John Cullum as Green's father, Judy Parfitt as Corday's mother, Martha Plimpton as a pregnant waitress, The X-Files' Mitch Pileggi as a man with Huntington's disease, and Shia LeBeouf and Dakota Fanning as young patients with multiple sclerosis and leukemia, respectively. As with most ER DVDs, the sixth season has numerous deleted scenes, including one of Lucy's first encounter with Sobricki. --David Horiuchi

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on six discs
  • Deleted scenes
  • Gag reel

Product Details

  • Actors: Anthony Edwards, Goran Visnjic, Maura Tierney, Noah Wyle
  • Directors: Julianna Margulies
  • Format: Subtitled, Closed-captioned, Color
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, 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: National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
  • DVD Release Date: May 15, 2007
  • Run Time: 976 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HWZ4AW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,259 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "ER: Season 6" on IMDb

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There are some great episodes on season 6.
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The sound and picture quality was fine.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Sean Pasek on July 28, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
ER has had several memorable episodes over the course of its first five seasons. We saw Mark Greene attempt to deliver a baby in Season 1 that cost the life of the mother. We had Doug Ross in Season 2 courageously saves a boy trapped in a storm drain. And yet, as powerful as those episodes were, even they pale in comparison to Season 6's "All in the Family."

Before I comment on that episode, we see some new additions to the cast of ER. Goran Visnijic debuts as Dr. Kovac. I liked him much better in these earlier seasons before they made him a carbon copy of Doug Ross when he was a womanizer.

Michael Michele comes aboard as Dr. Cleo Finch, the new Attending Pediatric physician. Finch is a good doctor who really cares about her patients, and Michele does a great job of demonstrating this.

Erik Palladino is a new, young ER resident, Dr. Dave Malucci. Malucci is the gung-ho doctor who doesn't have much of a bedside manner, but who is over-eager for the most difficult cases. Malucci's impulsiveness tends to land him in hot water, especially with Dr. Weaver.

Ming-Na also makes her return here as Dr. "Deb" Chen. I really liked her in Season 1 of ER, and I was thrilled when she came back. She was always a good counterpart for Carter, as the two always seemed to be in competition with each other.

Season 6 also has the first appearance of Abby Lockhart (Maura Tierney) who is doing a rotation as an OBGYN nurse before beginning her rotation down in the ER.

Season 6 also has one of the great guest appearances by Alan Alda playing Dr. Gabriel Lawrence. Dr. Lawrence was the doctor who trained Kerry Weaver, and when a medical condition arises in Dr. Lawrence, Weaver has a difficult time facing her mentor and friend.
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46 of 53 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on October 5, 2006
Format: DVD
The sixth season of ER is my personal favorite. It includes several guest appearances by Alan Alda, the addition of several new doctors including Abbey Lockhart and Luka Kovac. And of course, the sixth season includes the emmy winning, shocking exit by Kellie Martin after her and Carter are

stabbed by a patient, which leads to Carter's struggle with a nasty drug addiction. There are also many great trauma room scenes in the sixth season. The complete cast for season six is:

Anthony Edwards

Noah Wyle

Julianna Margulies

Gloria Ruben

Laura Innes

Maura Tierney

Goran Visnjic

Erik Palladino

Michael Michelle

Ming Na

Paul McCrane

Alex Kingston

Kellie Martin


Eriq La Salle

The sixth season was nominated for 9 emmys, eventually winning two. In it's sixth season(1999-2000), ER was the most watched drama series on tv.

It's no surprise. With great acting, powerful music and outstanding cinematography, season six of ER is a must own for ER fans and great drama

fans alike.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mark Mueller on January 29, 2007
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I own season 1-6 on DVD and will no doubt buy all future seasons. This was the season I have been waiting for. Hands down the best season of ER was this 1999-2000 season, with Kellie Martin and Noah Wyle's characters being stabbed in the ER. Martin's exit was one of the most gripping in the series history. ER is a benchmark in great TV programming. Season 6 is also the one that Goran Visjnic & Maura Tierney joined the cast.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JD on January 8, 2007
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I have bought and watched all 6 ER Seasons to date out on DVD. I must say this. Season 6 might not be the best season in the history of ER, but it is by far and away the most emotional season, probably one of the most emotional seasons in the history of television. The death of Lucy(you will be captivated by this, just watching everyone try to save her), Mark's Dad dying(the scene is "Such Sweet Sorrow" when Mark and Rachel are by the peer is enough to have me cryin' like a baby), Jeanie Boulet leaving, Alan Alda retiring because of his memory loss, and Carol departing are all tearjerkers.

The Episode "Such Sweet Sorrow" may be the best and most touching episode you will ever see in the history of ER, the last 6 minutes of that episode should have any human being reaching for the tissues.

You will hear everyone with reviews saying that the absense of Clooney hit ER hard, but this is not the case. Loosing George Clooney really put a dent in ER, Goran Visnijic isn't that great and you can really feel what it would be like if Clooney was in his shoes, just how great the story lines would have been if Ross was there instead of Luka, but it isn't that bad. I mean bad for ER is still better than anything on TV nowadays. Guest spot by Alan Alda is terrific, he is very believable as a Doctor, witnessed by his Mash stint, and I love the addition of Erik Pallandino, brillant and funny, yet soft on the inside.

There aren't very many extras, if any at all, just the usual extra scenes, and gag reel. But I'm more interested in the show anyway, more than extras. Trust me the show is definetly worth it, by far.

I would recommend it to any TV fan, see the 1st 5 seasons and add number 6 to the list also. It will touch your soul.
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