ER 15 Seasons 2005

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Season 11
(66) IMDb 7.4/10
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While examining a young boy, Pratt finds a suspicious gash across his chest and calls Wendall (recurring guest star MDCHEN AMICK) for a consult. Kovac and Pratt examine a man who was shot when he confronted his boss with a gun. Jake (recurring guest star EION BAILEY) tries to convince Abby to date him despite his being a student.

Starring:
Noah Wyle, Maura Tierney
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
February 3, 2005

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All the discs play well and all inserts are included.
Johanna N. Wolf
This was one of the better season's for ER but then again I love ER and I think that after I watch every season.
L. S. Miller
I have been waiting for this season to be released for so long!
Sarah Hancock

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Nathan B. Blake on March 20, 2009
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Finally, Warner Bros. seems to have sped up their release of ER seasons on DVD!

Season 11 includes Ray Liotta's emmy winning tour de force in "Time of Death", a real time episode following the final 43 minutes of his character's life. Alex Kingston, Ming Na and Noah Wyle exit County General. Other guest stars include Red Buttons, Danny Glover, Cynthia Nixon, Francis Fisher and Sharif Atkins.

Season 11 of ER includes some of the series' most memorable patient storylines. New doc Ray Barnett (Shane West) juggles medicine and music,
Sam and Luka continue their turbulent relationship, and Corday is punished for performing an illegal operation. There is much to like about season 11, so why only four stars?

While season 11 is very good, certain episodes leave something to be desired. Having Sharif Atkins return as Dr. Gallant was a good idea, but
actually having an episode take place in Iraq made the show wander too far from County General. I liked the Gallant-Neela-Iraq storyline, but
if I wanted to watched Baghdad ER, I would. Also, Carter unfortunately ends up with Kem. Some people like her, others don't. I think she's O.K., but nothing more. And the so-called cliffhanger with Sam's son at the end of the season didn't have me on the edge of my seat, and only led to a dull season 12 premiere.

Now that I got all that outta the way, I can say that the rest of the stories, performances and medical cases are top notch ER. I'm looking forward to July 14th!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jared Kuczenski on December 15, 2013
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No doubt one of the greatest shows ever, most diehards can agree it went downhill towards the end. Season 11 was definitely not anywhere near as good as the years of Dr. Green and Dr. Ross (arguably the bests season of any show ever), but it definitely had some good acting and compelling stories. Watching season 12 now, I'm beginning to think that season 11 may have been the last in an era of awesomeness.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rons Reviews on July 27, 2009
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ER: Season Eleven

On July fourteenth Warner Home Video released season eleven of this immensely popular series ER, and though season eleven marks the last for popular regulars Ming Na as Dr. Jing Mei "Deb" Chen, Alex Kingston as Dr. Elizabeth Corday, Sherry Stringfield as Dr. Susan Lewis, and Noah Wylie as Dr. John Carter, their respective exits were anticlimactic at best, if even acknowledged at all. This season certainly represented a changing of the guard, unfortunately, with writing that took a step down from season ten, and one dimensional performances, said guard changing came a season too late.

Season Eleven was one of conflict. Some in the relationships within the show, but more so in the factions that existed within the cast and writers. Attempts to write stories for the cast members that had been with the show longer yielded poor results, and simply not enough storylines were given to burgeoning stars such as Shane West as Dr. Ray Barnett and Scott Grimes as Dr. Archie Morris. The performance of Grimes on ER would prove to be under appreciated throughout his tenure on the show, as he brought a comedic element to the show worthy of The Office, long before it was a hit.

In season twelve, the writers would set things right as more storylines are dedicated to the people the fans want to see, and storylines such as the relationship between Luka (Goran Visnjic) and Sam (Linda Cardellini) are done away with in favor of those less annoying such as Luka and Abby (Maura Tierney). Nonetheless, much awkwardness is endured throughout season eleven.
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For those who want a almost perfect review, read the review by author "Amanda". I can not think of much to add after reading what she wrote. For this season you need to read her review. What i will say i while the writing has changed, you have to remember this is its 11th season, and went to its 15th season. So after ten seasons you have to expect changes. As a die hard fan, this season was very hard to watch. I think the writing was good. I was more than happy with the writing. And for the record, i think some of its best seasons came after George Clooney left. Although i will give him the credit he is due with the episode where he saves a young boy from drowning. It was not long after that he left the show. People thought the show would tank. It got better. Season 8 is a standout for me, with Dr. Green leaving County General, and the show. The idea of ending a character through death really bothers me. But in this case, although it was brutal, season 8 is one of its best. The major theme was Dr. Green and his brain tumor. Along with some side line themes.

Season 11 for me was good, but very depressing. It was the end of what i think is the single most loved and best character of the show. Dr. Carter. Noah Wyle leaves the show for good with some guest appearances. Nobody would have guest that he would become one of the most loved characters of the show and for me, the most loved. His relationship with Dr. Benton over the early years, as mentor and student, really gave you a closeness to these characters. So in this season 11, to watch him go was very hard. Almost in a way where ER for me was never the same. Still a great show, the numbers did great, new fans had new characters to watch and grow up with. But for day one fans, a very hard season to watch.
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