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Ending of tonight's season finale of ER *SPOILERS*

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Seawolf, May 13, 2004.

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  1. Seawolf

    Seawolf Member

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    Tonight's ending of ER featured a road rage incident in what appeared to be a revolver was used to retaliate against the new vehicle leased by Dr. Pratt in which a patient and Dr. Chen were riding.

    Good thing handguns are essentially banned in Chicago. He should obviously have called the police - they could have saved him all the trouble. :rolleyes:
     
  2. Logan5

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    The barrel contour looked very Coltlike, maybe an Agent?

    And really, two doctors would probably have how many cellphones between them, not even counting patient guy? I'm hating that show.
     
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    Show is definitely anti-gun! What else is new? Just more hollywood tripe!
     
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    It may be anit-gun, but I am still addicted to it.


    True on the cell phones. As I watched it last night, that kept running through my head....Why the F....They wouldn't call the police?

    C.
     
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    If Pratt and Chen are killed off in the show, do you think there will be more time for the hot Indian doctor?:D
     
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    i didn't feel that segment was especially anti-gun per se... there was nothing to indicate that the gun was at fault as opposed to the insane driving guy. seemed pretty netural to me. not that they haven't had anti-gun stuff before, but this one was just plain old TV, no messages.

    ah the indian doctor... something about her nonchalant and cool delivery of every line...
     
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    How much do you think Chrysler paid for that episode?
     
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    At least $1000000
     
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    I used that scene to point out to my (anti) wife why she shouldn't give the finger as freely as she does.... Her response was "People shouldn't be allowed to carry guns!" :banghead: I think my rant about the gun-banner's utopia of Chicago was lost on her. :cuss: :banghead: :fire:

    ~W
     
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