ER/I'll Be Home for Christmas

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I'll Be Home for Christmas
Season 8, Episode 10
Airdate December 13, 2001
Written by Dee Johnson,
Meredith Stiehm
Directed by Jonathan Robert Kaplan
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I'll Be Home for Christmas is the tenth episode of the eighth season of ER, and the one hundred sixty-eighth episode overall.

Guest Stars: Castulo Guerra (Judge Alter), Roma Maffia (Janice Prager), Lea Salonga (Ben's Mom), Tom Wright (Wharton), Laura Ceron (Chuny), Yvette Freeman (Haleh), Lily Mariye (Lily), Kristin Minter (Randi), Charles Chun (Ben's Dad), Anne Dudek (Teddy's Mom), Harrison Page (Stan), Khandi Alexander (Jackie), Julie Delpy (Nicole), Michael Gross (John "Jack" Carter), Vondie Curtis-Hall (Roger), Lisa Vidal (Sandy Lopez), Frances Sternhagen (Millicent Carter), Lynn A. Henderson (Olbes), Elizabeth Rodriguez (Nurse Sandra), Jill Anderson (Barbara), Stacy Barnhisel (Nancy), Rob Evors (Gary), Leontine Guilliard (Santa), Luck Hari (Lakshmi), Peter Kevoian (Arthur Toby), Dinah Lenney (Shirley), Johnny Ray McGhee (Bailiff), Lee Perri (Ben #1), Michael Perri (Ben #2), Gigi Sumpter (Nora), Jeremy Sumpter (Nathan), Linda Shing (Corazon), Pamela Sinha (Amira), Bailey Thompson (Wendy Toby), Matthew Watkins (Reese)


Plot Overview

When Romano refuses to give Benton a more flexible schedule that would allow him more time with Reese, Benton quits and gets a new job at the clinic where Cleo is now working at; in the end, Benton is given full custody of Reese while Roger is given weekend visitation; when Carter's father visits him for Christmas, he reveals that Carter that he is getting a divorce; Weaver and Sandy Lopez go on a date; Abby discovers Nicole in the hospital, recovering from an abortion.


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