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'ER' says goodbye after 15 years

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I think I saw it once.

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I always liked ER it was not like the hospital shows in my country which were more like romantic soaps

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I love George Clooney and watched the show because of him. The most handsome real man in Hollywood.

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Michael Crichton was probably the only triple crown winner in entertainment history as I understand he had the No. 1 book, TV show, and movie all within the span of one month. Even though he was a doctor, he ate exactly the same meals every day. Apparently he did this to save time.

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Everybody used to watch this thing in college. Must-see-TV Thursdays indeed.

(Everybody watches it on Thursdays because they're all together doing homework due Fridays, then go out partying Friday nights.)

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Jeez, if people haven't seen the episode yet, I guess now they won't have to. Thanks a lot! You could have at least put up a spoilers warning, so that people who are planning on watching it don't accidentally read this synopsis. Jerks.

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No offense, but it should have said so at least 5 years ago. It was a great show for the first few seasons, but it kind of petered out as a lot of the cast did, in my opinion. Same with the current CSI; much as I love Fishburne it's just not the same. Shows have to be like Seinfeld... go out at your peak and leave people watching the reruns for years (by choice, not because cable here is 5 years behind... haha!).

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Even though he was a doctor, he ate exactly the same meals every day.

Not bad. He ate sushi only while he was writing Jurassic Park.

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why in Japan entertainment section?

Moderator: Why not? The program is aired Saturday nights on Japanese TV and has many fans here.

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seeker1, there is not nothing to be upset about. There are about 200 or more episodes of the show. I doubt a little information will ruin it for those that haven't had the opportunity to watch the show yet.

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Pardon my error. I meant nothing rather not nothing.

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