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Twenty-One Guns (2006)

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Anspaugh has a meeting with Weaver in the wake of Clemente's dismissal to document County's potential liability. Pratt and Neela attend Gallant's funeral, which is private. Morris films his last day after accepting the pharmaceutical job. A new EMT trainee works with Sam for the day. Steve and another inmate are brought into the ER after a prison fight. The EMT trainee turns out to be the other inmate's girlfriend and overpowers a police officer to free them. Walking into the room, Kovač inadvertently discovers their plan and is drugged with Vecuronium by the "trainee". Sam convinces Steve to let her intubate Kovač before they leave. The two men, with Sam forced to assist, finally make their way to the exit doors, but a major shootout with police ensues. Jerry is shot. The two men grab Sam and make it to their getaway van, revealing that Steve has already kidnapped their son Alex, who is tied up in the van. Back in the ER, the staff try to save Jerry, and Abby collapses just outside a trauma room where Kovač is being treated; he helplessly watches her place a bloody handprint on the door window just before she slumps over and falls to the floor.

Note: This is the last episode in which the opening theme by James Newton Howard was used.
Note: Nielsen Ratings: 16.6 million viewers

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