ER/Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic

From The TV IV
< ER
Jump to: navigation, search
Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic
Season 8, Episode 3
Airdate October 11, 2001
Production Number 227253
Written by R. Scott Gemmill &
Elizabeth Hunter
Directed by Richard Thorpe
← 8x02
The Longer You Stay
8x04 →
Never Say Never
ERSeason Eight
Movie_Projector_Icon.gif This article about an episode needs to be expanded with more information.
Please help out by editing it.

Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic is the third episode of the eighth season of ER, and the one hundred sixtieth episode overall.

Starring: Anthony Edwards (Dr. Mark Greene), Noah Wyle (Dr. John Carter), Laura Innes (Dr. Kerry Weaver), Alex Kingston (Dr. Elizabeth Corday), Paul McCrane (Dr. Robert Romano), Goran Visnjic (Dr. Luka Kovac), Maura Tierney (Nurse Abby Lockhart), Michael Michele (Dr. Cleo Finch), Erik Palladino (Dr. Dave Malucci), Ming-Na (Dr. Jing-Mei Chen)

and Eriq La Salle (Dr. Peter Benton)

Guest Starring: Hallee Hirsh (Rachel Greene), Laura Cerón (Chuny Marquez), Deezer D. (Malik McGrath), Yvette Freeman (Haleh Adams), Kristin Minter (Randi Fronczak), Kyle Richards (Dori), David Brisbin (Dr. Alexander Babcock), Bonnie Burroughs (), Julie Ann Emery (Niki), Takayo Fischer (Asian Elevator Woman), Megan Austin Oberle (Anna), Mario Roccuzzo (Mr. Tanzi), Glenn Shadix (Eldon)

Special Guest Stars: Khandi Alexander (Jackie), Christine Harnos (Jenn Simon)

with Frances Sternhagen (Millicent Carter)

Guest Starring (end credits): Lynn A. Henderson (Pamela Olbes)

Co-Starring: Eric Barry (Ivan), Michelle Bonilla (Harms), Flora Burke (Mrs. Tanzi), Colin Campbell (Fireeater), Rusty Flood (Kid), Adam Frost (Stilt Walker), Jeremy Guskin (Knight), Cheryl Faye Kloner (Peasant Woman), Dinah Lenney (Shirley), Esther "Tita" Mercado (Carmine), Gina Morelli (Mirissa), Pippi (Jenny), Bette Rae (Mrs. Gottschuk), Julian Stone (Mr. O'Groat), Paul Turner (Cop), Matthew Watkins (Reese)

Contents

Plot Overview

Malucci gets fired after Weaver catches him having sex with a female paramedic in an ambulance; Greene's teenage daughter, Rachel shows up in Chicago unexpectedly and asks to move in with her father; Abby accidentally breaks Luka's fish tank while moving out of his apartment and ropes Carter into helping her take care of the problem; Chen takes care of an abandoned baby who is believed to have the power of healing people.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes