A documentary film crew invades the ER. Weaver tells Carter he must repeat his intern year. Hathaway and Ross continue their secret affair. British trauma specialist Elizabeth Corday joins the staff.
Still suffering emotionally from his beating, Greene misdiagnoses his cases. Benton and Carla name their son. Morgenstern delegates his authority to Weaver. Carter meets his new medical student.
Jerry accidentally starts a fire. Hathaway is jealous when Corday shows an interest in Ross. Al admits his HIV status to a colleague. Weaver abuses her authority. Carter and Del Amico go on a date.
Benton and Carla bring their baby home. Greene is denied the chance to spend time with his daughter. Al thinks his dismissal is due to his HIV status. Weaver gives Ross an ultimatum over his job.
Benton finds it increasingly difficult to keep up with his workload. Carter questions his career choice. Supported by Weaver, Hathaway suggests opening a family clinic to provide follow-up services.
Greene's behaviour spirals out of control. Ross suffers a family tragedy and admits his love to Hathaway. Anspaugh urges Benton to join Romano's surgical team. Weaver attends a cost-cutting symposium.
Ross and Greene travel to California to make funeral arrangements for Ross's father. But when Greene visits his parents in San Diego, whom he hasn't seen for years, unresolved issues resurface.
Jeanie accuses Weaver of unfair dismissal. Romano asks Benton to join his surgical team. A teenage boy with inverted internal organs needs emergency surgery. Cynthia continues to make mistakes.
After defending one of his patients, Carter is arrested for refusing to cooperate with the police. Jeanie keeps her job and Al moves to Atlanta alone. Greene's daughter and Cynthia get acquainted.
A blind man comes to believe that Benton is a miracle worker with remarkable healing powers. Carter is shocked to discover that his cousin is using heroin. Corday's comatose patient Allison awakens.
Ross wants to set a wedding date but Hathaway isn't so sure. Dr Anspaugh's son is rushed in with abdominal pain. Greene dislikes the budget-cutting methods used by Synergix as they streamline costs.
Weaver questions Synergix's management practices. Ross plans a surprise wedding but Hathaway is oblivious. Jeanie tells Scott Anspaugh his cancer has returned. Benton and Corday spend time together.
Benton and Corday go on a date. Carter faces a tough decision as he works to save the life of a serial rapist. Ross is humiliated when he sees Hathaway and Powell. Cynthia aims to move in with Greene.
When Greene's mother falls off a ladder and injures her knee and his father suffers respiratory distress, he returns to San Diego to help care for his family, but Cynthia impulsively follows him
An explosion at a chemical warehouse sends injured workers to the ER, putting everyone in danger when hazardous materials get onto the floors. Corday tries to rescue a man trapped beneath a building.
Jeanie helps Scott with his chemotherapy. Greene and Cynthia amicably end their relationship. Romano gives Corday an unfavorable review. Carter's cousin is rushed to the ER after a heroin overdose.
A painful bone-marrow test reveals that Scott's cancer has returned. Carter's cousin Chase remains at the neurology centre but is unable to speak. Benton, Corday and Reese have a minor car accident.
Ross applies for a new post within the hospital. Benton clashes with Morgenstern during surgery. Carter's grandmother removes his trust fund, leaving him penniless. Hathaway's clinic loses funding.
The ER treats victims from the bombing of a family planning clinic. Carter thinks an elderly patient is the victim of neglect. Benton is suspended after he admits he pushed Morgenstern during surgery.
Hathaway comforts a dying burns victim. Benton attends his son's baptism. Carter reaches an understanding with his grandmother. Romano asks Corday for a date. Ross treats a heroin addict and her baby.
Jeanie fears she's growing ill. A televangelist wants to broadcast live from the ER. Romano is annoyed by Benton and Corday's romance. Ross and Hathaway secretly try to detox a heroin-addicted infant.
Romano refuses to sponsor a shocked Corday for another year. Ross has disciplinary action taken against him. Reese might have a hearing problem. Weaver resigns as acting chief of emergency medicine.