11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 19 April 2002
Wow, it doesn't get any better than this. Watching this series in order enables you to build that relationship with the cast that makes you love it now even in series seven. With the introduction of Kerry Weaver and Susan Lewis's turmoil coping as a single mum. We even see the development of minor character Gennie as she copes with the traumatic news that she may have HIV from her ex.
Humourous yet brillient Carter develops and grows into a skilled doctor in the Chicago County hospital Even with the occasional appearence of William.H.Macy the show goes from strength to strength.
What keeps me interested however isn't the stars. It is the fact that nothing is held back. We have seen a development of relationships in and out of the workplace. I can't wait for series three to come out on video.
37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
on 17 April 2001
For all those er fans that have worn out their tv taped er episodes then this is the ideal gift to your self or to someone else. A classic episode in which Mark declares his love for Susan after an impromtue wedding in the ER. The usual misbehaviour from Doug brings a light hearted edge to the sad moments. Carter is his usual brillance - charming the opposite sex with those lovely eyes. This video is a must for all, including those that just like the show. After all ER is the most popular medical drama in the world!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 17 May 2004
ER fans should be ashamed if they dont own the classic season two box sets! I own all six and love every one of them!
The DVD's however, contain extra's and are digitally remastered :)
A must have!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 27 November 2001
It was great to see this series. I've moved around so much and seen so many ER episodes, but most definately not in order. Now, to see them, one after another was brilliant. You really see how the characters develop.
It seems like there are at least 7 series, so ... When are the rest being released? How about on DVD?
9 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 17 September 2001
I've written my s1 review, now it's time for the s2 one. S2 is one of the best seasons of ER ever. It has classic eps like "Welcome Back, Carter" and "Hell and High Water". The characters are developed more in this season, especially Carter. All I want now is s3 or DVDs...