ER/Just a Touch

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Just a Touch
Season 10, Episode 19
Airdate April 22, 2004
Written by R. Scott Gemmill
Directed by Richard Thorpe
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Just a Touch is the nineteenth episode of the tenth season of ER, and the two hundred twenty-first episode overall.

Guest Stars: Paul Blackthorne (Dr. Jeremy Lawson), Steven Culp (Dave Spencer), Scott Grimes (Dr. Archie Morris), Maury Sterling (Dr. Nelson), Abraham Benrubi (Jerry), Deezer D. (Malik), Eugene Byrd (James Connor), George Cheung (Mr. Chen), Oliver Davis (Alex), Archie Kao (Yuri), David Kaufman (Nick Dunn), Ashley Laurence (Ms. Campbell), John Prosky (Mr. Brooks), Kevin Sussman (Colin), Rossif Sutherland (Lester), Renee Victor (Florina Lopez), Linara Washington (Rena Carlson), Cole Hauser (Steve Curtis), Julianne Nicholson (Jordan Dunn), Lynn A. Henderson (Olbes), Luis Chavez (Roger), Andres Delgado (Zeke), Jennifer Echols (Estelle), Mitch Hara (Stanley), Hawthorne James (Hawthorne), Jack Kandel (Larry), Louie Liberti (Paramedic Bardelli), P.J. O'Connor (Gary), Kelsey Oldershaw (Nurse Tess), Tito Ernesto Ortiz (Carlos Lopez), Erin O'Shaughnessy (Christine), Diane Sellers (Mrs. Garrison), Pamela Sinha (Amira), Don Oscar Smith (Bob), Shanelle Workman (Denise), David Zepeda (EEG Tech)


Plot Overview

Pratt gets in trouble when a female patient accuses him of acting inappropriate during a breast exam; Chen's father is admitted to the hospital; Abby begins her psychiatric rotation while Neela works in the research lab; Corday feels uncomfortable when the two men she is dating end up meeting each other; Sam's ex-boyfriend, Steve temporarily moves into her apartment; Weaver gets weekend custody of her son, Henry; Pratt tries to figure out why a woman is suffering from mysterious seizures.


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