|ER - The Complete Third Season (DVD, 2005, 6-Disc Set) (DVD, 2005)|
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ER's third season starts off with a bang and even more drama. It really got into some of the doctor's personal lives. Benton and Carla try to make their relationship work out so the baby can have a normal life. Greene got divorced last season and tries to get another woman...several futile attempts and still no one. Nurse Hathaway goes into action outside County General and makes a tough decision about attending med school to become a doctor. Carter dominates Benton in the field of pediatric surgery and makes a decision continuing to practice surgery. Its another great season for the show and really, all the early seasons are excellent. The show kind of died after the ninth or tenth season if you are considering buying a few seasons. Thanks for reading and be sure to check out my other reviews.
I have been an ER fan from day one. This season held me captive like all of the others have. You can get wrapped up in the day to day lives of all the characters of ER. The only complaint I have about this season and all the others is that I don't want them to end. Ths is a great season to have for any fans collection. I highly recomend adding this season to your collection. It is fun to see the characters grow as the show continues. You can start to feel for all of the cast as you see the problems they go through.
The third season of ER is one of the best. Susan Lewis played by Sherry Springfield leaves the ER, while Susan and Mark's relationship reaches a high. Don't miss Union Station! More excitement from Drs. Greene and Ross. Dr. Doug Ross and Nurse Hathaway are close to being back in a relationship. Carter realizes that he wants more patient interaction and switches to Emergency Medicine and is a permanent staple in the ER which causes much dismay to his teacher and mentor in the surgical program, Dr. Peter Benton.
I'm an avid fan of ER, especially the first few years. The series on DVD, when you can find it at a retail center, is rather expensive. It's great watching it with no commercial interruptions and is somewhat nostalgic. George Clooney isn't bad either!!! There's nothing bad I can say about any of the episodes and some of them, even though I've seen them before, still cause that "oh my God, what's next" anticipation!! I find it very enjoyable and am happy to add it to my DVD collection.
ER, the Third Season reveals the very true to-life drama of a busy Trauma Center, as well as the personal lives of everyone's favorite doctors and nurses. The complexity of ER is greater with each season. In this particular season, Dr. Susan Lewis decides to leave, Dr. Ross and Hathaway find themselves growing closer and Carter decides his career will be in the ER.
Excellent Drama in the ER continues. A must have for ER Collectors.