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5.55 Why do the "ER" lockers "move"? Do nurses have lockers? What kinds of production mistakes have been made on "ER"? Must All "ER" Characters, Eventually, Scromp? (ER FAQtoids) (ER)




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This article is from the ER FAQ, by Rose Cooper cooper@acm.cse.msu.edu with numerous contributions by others.

5.55 Why do the "ER" lockers "move"? Do nurses have lockers? What kinds of production mistakes have been made on "ER"? Must All "ER" Characters, Eventually, Scromp? (ER FAQtoids) (ER)

*You've seen them, I'm sure: the Majical Mistikal Moving Lockers; one
week, Carter's locker is between Doug's and Carol's (and just how'd *she*
rate a locker, anyhoo?), the next, it's clear on the other side of the
room. How'd they do that? Well, by golly, burning questions like this are
Too Big For This Here Section, so Phyl Behrer and I decided that she was
gonna tackle them like the quarterback she is ("or something like that")
with a lil' sum'n we like to call "ER FAQtoids". And now that Retro's
(almost) done, I can Bug Her To Death about it. Watch this space...

SECTION SIX: MEDICAL QUESTIONS
Putting the 'duh' in meduhcine

[Please note: For the purposes of this section of the FAQ, the terms "ER"
and "ED" should not be considered to be interchangeable. "ER" is a TV show.
"ED" is an abbreviation for a specialized part of a hospital known as an
emergency department, designed for the care of acutely ill and injured
patients. With that out of the way, let's begin.]

 

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