The question for this week is really simple. At what point did you start crying? For me, it pretty much started before the episode even began as Eriq LaSalle delivered an eloquent memorial to ER creator Michael Crichton. It seemed especially fitting to have one of the original cast members bid a final farewell to the man who started it all. (Now Eriq, we need you back in scrubs with your best Benton scowl as soon as possible.)
From that point, the well was primed, so to speak. With all the hype that has come in advance of Anthony Edwards' bittersweet return, I waited anxiously on my couch, tissue box nearby. After all, I still can't even think about his final episode without tearing up. (Go ahead â watch the clip. But if you are at work while reading this, be prepared.) And when I hear that version of "Over the Rainbow" (the Hawaiian-influenced reimagining by the late Israel Kamakawiwo'ole), I am immediately taken back to those final moments when Mark's life and loved ones flashed before his eyes and he pictured himself in the empty ER.
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