ER 15 Seasons 2001

Season 7
(85) IMDb 7.2/10

13. Thy Will Be Done TV-NR CC

Weaver becomes concerned about Greene's cognitive skills and surrepticiously calls for an official evaluation of his competency. Corday plans her wedding to Greene. Bishop Stewart (JAMES CROMWELL) returns, and Kovacs realizes the man has a terrible disease. Dateless for a charity function, Carter invites Abby to attend with him.

Starring:
Anthony Edwards, Noah Wyle
Runtime:
46 minutes
Original air date:
February 8, 2001

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Spaulding on August 9, 2007
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Season seven of NBC's long-running medical drama ER was an impressive collection of episodes that featured the introduction of one of the best guest star performances in the history of the show.

While she is not a regular cast member, Sally Field stole the show in season seven, guest starring as Maggie, nurse Abby Lockhart's (Maura Tierney) bipolar mother. Field earned an Emmy for her incredible turn as Maggie, a woman desparately trying to reconnect with her daughter and turn her life around, all the while dealing with a disease that can turn her into a totally different person. Most of Abby's story lines in this season revolved around her mother, and through that, viewers got a chance to learn just where Abby came from and how tough things were for her as a youngster. Abby is the only character in this season that is returning for the 14th season as a regular cast member, so it is nice to see just where the character got her start.

Abby began the year as a med student, but her ex-husband's failure to pay a bill puts her back in nurse scrubs for the season, however, as the year draws to a close she is thinking about heading back to med school again. Viewers also get a chance to see Abby's budding relationship with Dr. Luka Kovac (Goran Visnjic), a relationship that has resulted in them having a baby and getting married in season 13. In this season, the relationship is still in its new stage and viewers got a chance to see just what Luka went through in Croatia, losing his wife and children in a bombing. It is through his relationship with a dying bishop (guest star James Cromwell) that Luka finally learns to deal with his past and move on with his life.

At the end of season six, Dr. John Carter (Noah Wyle) was heading to rehab after becoming addicted to pain pills.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. Junt on December 11, 2007
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With so many seasons of ER and so many great moments as a part of tv history. It's hard to pick the one season to win the title of 'best'. The seventh season of ER wins my title as the best season of ER to date. (Season 12 will replace it when the year arrives.) The reason to give the title to year seven is for the fact that this season has the rare ability, that is hard especially with television, of pulling you in in such a way that you feel as if you have been part of a dramatic experience. Season seven shines even brighter on DVD. Packaged perfectly in a dark gray box set. Season seven may have been more of a 'soapy' season but the story-lines, directing and as always the acting is beyond compelling. Best episodes of the season and possibly one of the best ever 'A Walk in the Woods'.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Clayton Giovanni M. on February 29, 2008
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I won't counter any review of season 7. All are correct and well worth the whole set.

I'm really drawn to just one episode "Sand and Water". It is the most emotional episode for me because of the 4 storylines that are typically running at once. I found it to be the very perfect episode to show a person who doesn't watch ER to experience some of the best writing.

I am gay, I want children, I'm spiritual and I have been surprised before by someone I loved. All of these aspects are probably why I am so touched with this episode. This episode has a lesbian couple going through the legal hassles of health law, another couple is losing their child and want to have him babtised before he dies with the problem being that a priest can't be found for them, one of the regular characters is having a difficult time proposing. Yeah, it touched me a lot and the music 'Sand & water' just hits home. NOT ONE DRY EYE AT MY HOUSE when I show that episode.

OK..that's my peace..thanks for reading and I hope that "Sand & Water" is well worn on your player because of just how well it stands alone.

For me, it's worth the price of the whole set.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miley Cyrus fan on July 9, 2014
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ER seasons 1 through 8 are originally aired on TV in Full Screen format why
were they put in widescreen format on DVD discs. The shows itself are great
My favorite episode from season 7 is "Mars Attacks" After season 8 the writing
got boring and started going down hill after that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Marold HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on December 18, 2013
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Julianna Margulies left the show last season in the best possible way, especially considering her opening appearance as a failed suicide. Season seven begins what seems like a long slow painful arc where several of the opening leads either leave or enter into life-diminishing situations. That all raises the level of drama, but it also reveals that our heroes are not free of failings and not free of some of the very dangers to which they seek to cure.

One of the highlights of this season is the continuing story of Abby Lockhart, played by Maura Tierney, who is the glue which holds the second half of ER's 15 seasons together. As first season headliners Greene and Carter (Edwards and Wylie) encounter serious problems, characters who started after season 1 become more central. I'm especially fond of Dr. Weaver, (Laura Innes) who continues to advance in her career, and continually butts head with Dr. Romano (one of TV's favorite characters you love to hate.)

The series finally takes on an ER doctor who is not a knight in shining armor. Erik Palladino plays Dr. Malucci who is slipshod, Oddly enough, it always seems like the doctors with sterling technique who encounter all the malpractice charges.

Sally Field appears in this season, in the role which won her an Emmy for guest appearance in a drama. Her performances are terrific, but maybe even too good, as it is very easy to identify with her very familiar face in a gut wrenching situation. I was happy when her episodes were over.

A recurrence of Greene's cancer is another downer, but this is balanced by a few episodes which are done for laughs, such as a comedy of errors in Greene's trying to reach the church to be married to Cordray.

This is almost as good as season 6. Any weaknesses seem largely to be premonitions of what will happen with original cast members in season 8. A strong season.
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