The doctors are involved in a fatal multicar accident while traveling to a convention.
Sarah and Evan's romance blossoms; Roger thinks his friend was poisoned; Susann's boyfriend has hepatitis C.
Tim and Leanne clash over a mentally impaired patient's wish to have a baby; guest Dennis Rodman.
A patients-rights activist (Vanessa Williams) questions Evan's professional judgment.
Roger treats a death row inmate; Sarah's father has palsy.
The father of a patient sues Roger for malpractice; Evan's patient wants to die.
Tim helps a dying 3-year-old boy; Evan's ex-wife wants to move; obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Sarah's patient falls victim to rape; Roger helps a drug addict.
Evan risks his life when a sniper opens fire at school.
A boy has a flesh-eating bacteria; a patient says he was abducted by aliens.
Sarah searches for a dying patient's mysteriously absent husband (Robin Williams).
Teenage girl abuses steroids; suicide attempt; crooked business manager.
Roger's old flame has a brain tumor; Tim wants to donate bone marrow to a cancer patient.
Sarah is happy to be pregnant; Roger has a new relationship; Evan and Kelly date.
Parents abort an unborn child after learning it is male; seeking a nontraditional cure, Tim accompanies a terminal patient to Mexico.
Sarah delivers two babies simultaneously; Roger identifies with a homeless man; Tim encounters a racist.
Tim helps a mother addicted to heroin; Roger confronts a dangerous plastic surgeon.
Roger confronts a man he suspects of spouse abuse; a couple breaks up over Viagra; chicken soup and a cork.
Tim and Julie may lose the twins to their biological mother; Evan treats a drug-addled radio personality.
Evan learns Roger is treating Kelly; a technician blackmails Tim; Sarah's husband is increasingly aloof.
Evan and Sarah find a makeshift medical facility for illegal aliens; Roger's stepmother needs bypass surgery; Tim vents anxiety on a claims adjuster.
Roger buys a celebrity-laden client list; a teen refuses treatment on religious grounds; with Tom Arnold.
Tim and Roger go after marijuana for a patient with advanced AIDS; a woman hides the fact that she has lupus from her new employer.
Young doctors (Ken Olin, Matt Craven, Rick Roberts) open a medical practice where patients come before profit; with Sheryl Lee.