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Most people in America have at least one program they cant live without Most kids will rush out of school to see cartoons like Batman or Gargoyles Most homemakers set the ironing-board in front of daytime talk shows like Sally Jesse Raphael or Oprah My Grandmother will hold all calls for The Young and the Restless If you work during the day time hours you may tape your favorite shows or just find new ones such as the late night talk show Jerry Springer or evening dramas Law and Order and NYPD Blue Although I can do without these programs I have to have my weekly dose of the night time medical drama ER I have to watch it every week because it keeps me in suspense Something new is always happening Events are mostly unpredictable in a real hospital emergency room and ERs story lines are too Almost everything has come through the emergency room doors from a baby in a car accident to a woman who thought she had been abducted by aliens You never know who or what will come next At times it seems like the writers take the scripts from the morning newspaper Bus Load of Children in a Five Car Pile-Up or Medical Intern Jumps in Front of the Evening Train Once in a while there is a situation so intense that you almost hold your breath until its over Whether the patient can be helped or not you find yourself wishing and hoping for him or her to live anyway On one episode for example a pregnant woman was in a car accident along with her husband Her husband and her baby survived but she didnt During the entire time she was on the operating table you could see signs that she just might make it but in a quick second she died and there was nothing anyone could do for her Another time a child was trapped
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