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ER:COMPLETE THIRTEENTH SEASON - DVD Movie
Another longtime cast member departs and another regular joins in ER's 13th season, as the Emmy-hoarding drama neared the end of its run. But first things first: tying up the sensational cliffhanger from the previous season, in which a pregnant Abby Maura Tierney was left bleeding on the ER floor and Sam Linda Cardellini and her annoying son, Alex Dominic Janes, were abducted, leading to a deadly conclusion. Luka Goran Visnjic remains in limbo with the hospital board, and gets into even more trouble when a carpenter named Curtis Ames Forest Whitaker in an Emmy-nominated guest appearance has a stroke and sues him for malpractice. Tony Gates John Stamos, after making a brief appearance in the previous season, joins the staff as an intern, Archie Scott Grimes returns, and Weaver Laura Innes is demoted and later hangs on the edge of Luka's budget cuts. Gates is easy on the eyes and attracts the attention of the staff, especially Neela Parminder Nagra, but his life is complicated by a roommate who might be more than just a roommate, Meg Paula Malcomson, and her daughter, Sarah Chloe Greenfield. Pratt Mekhi Phifer struggles with his workload, volunteers at a church clinic, and also finds his brother Sam Jones III going through a personal crisis. Struggling the most with Neela's interest in Gates is Ray Shane West, who finally explodes at a surprise party with devastating results. Other arrivals and recurring characters included Busy Philipps as intern Hope, Sally Field as Abby's mom, Leland Orser as surgical supervisor Lucien Dubenko, Annabella Sciorra as Sam's photographer friend, Malaya Rivera Drew as Ray's other love interest, Sean Young as a mentally stricken woman, and Stanley Tucci as ICU chief Kevin Moretti. Also departing this season: James Newton Howard's theme music, a casualty of the trend to do away with time-consuming opening credits. --David Horiuchi