ER is an American medical drama series created by Michael Crichton for NBC. It ran from September 19, 1994 to April 2, 2009 for 15 seasons.

Series summaryEdit

The series follows the lives, both personal and professional, of the doctors, surgeons and nurses of County General Medical Hospital in Chicago. It was particularly notable for launching the career of George Clooney, who played Dr Doug Ross. Ross's colleagues included Dr Mark Greene (Anthony Edwards), Dr Susan Lewis (Sherry Stringfield), trainee John Carter (Noah Wyle) and nurse Carol Hathaway (Juliana Margulies). Over the course of 15 years, the cast rotated and changed several times, but many members of the original crew returned for the show's final episodes.

Westphall connections with ER Edit

Dr Susan Lewis went looking for her missing sister in New York in a two-part story that began in ER "Brothers and Sisters" and continued in Third Watch "Unleashed". Dr. Susan Lewis appeared in "Unleashed".

Westphall connections to ER Edit

In Chicago Hope "Big Hand for the Little Lady", Dr Austin is accepted into the space program and told that an ER doctor from County Medical had also been accepted; in ER Dr Greene was accepted into the program but later turned it down.

Brand connection in ER Edit

Red box Morley cigarettes, first smoked by Brenda Walsh in Beverly Hills, 90210 and then by the Cigarette Smoking Man in The X-Files, appeared in "Beyond Repair". They are also smoked by characters in several other shows: Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Lois in Malcolm in the Middle, Warwick Brown in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Madeline Westen in Burn Notice. They appeared in Special Unit 2 previously and Touched by an Angel next.