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Reason to Believe 

A mysterious illness leaves little hope when a group of homeless kids enter the ER and one of them believes that Neela is a guardian angel in blue; Abby and Kovac clash over a possible case... See full summary »


Ernest R. Dickerson (as Ernest Dickerson)


Michael Crichton (created by), R. Scott Gemmill | 3 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Goran Visnjic ... Luka Kovac
Maura Tierney ... Abby Lockhart
Mekhi Phifer ... Gregory Pratt
Parminder Nagra ... Neela Rasgotra
John Stamos ... Tony Gates
Linda Cardellini ... Samantha Taggart
Shane West ... Ray Barnett (credit only)
Scott Grimes ... Archie Morris (credit only)
Laura Innes ... Kerry Weaver
Keith David ... Pastor Watkins
Paula Malcomson ... Meg Riley
Busy Philipps ... Hope Bobeck
Fred Ward ... Eddie Wyczenski
Jack Carter ... Kipke
Michelle Hurd ... Courtney Brown


A mysterious illness leaves little hope when a group of homeless kids enter the ER and one of them believes that Neela is a guardian angel in blue; Abby and Kovac clash over a possible case of domestic abuse; Pratt makes a shocking discovery about his brother, and Weaver is unexpectedly called into action when her television appearance becomes a real emergency. Written by Marcos

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Drama | Romance


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Release Date:

16 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Mekhi Phifer's 100th episode. See more »


There are no deep gorges in or around Neosho, Wisconsin. It is a relatively flat area. See more »


Kerry Weaver: [to Pratt] Wow, I hope you didn't get that hitting a patient.
Gregory Pratt: Intern.
Kerry Weaver: Why are you even here?
Gregory Pratt: Paracentesis on a patient Gates couldn't handle.
Kerry Weaver: Welcome to being an attending. Wait, you didn... you... you and Gates didn't... You know what? I don't need to know!
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best directed episode of ER in as long as I can remember
5 December 2006 | by mail-2775See all my reviews

The direction of this episode was amazing and the cinematography was incredible. This one just jumped out as being beautifully photographed. It is about 25% darker than the other recent episodes, but great to look at, like any episode of Kidnapped (NBC, canceled). I was not aware of episode director Ernest R. Dickerson before seeing this, but I looked it up fast because this one just jumps off the screen. ER has been getting good again lately, and such a nicely made episode is welcome. Movies have never been worse than 2006 and TV has never been better. A lot of the better stuff has been getting canceled this year, but it is still good to see some of the good new shows, even if only for a few weeks. Going to a movie theater to see some major release is a complete and total waste of time and money.

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