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The Business of Saving Lives 

Angels Memorial descends into chaos when a plane crashes into the 8th floor. Also, Noa has a car accident and it is up to Mario to save her life. Also, Willis admits to Rox that he needs ... See full summary »

Director:

Rob Bowman

Writers:

Michael Seitzman (created by), Mike Weiss | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marcia Gay Harden ... Dr. Leanne Rorish
Boris Kodjoe ... Will Campbell
William Allen Young ... Dr. Rollie Guthrie
Harry Ford ... Angus Leighton
Benjamin Hollingsworth ... Dr. Mario Savetti
Noah Gray-Cabey ... Dr. Elliot Dixon
Emily Tyra ... Dr. Noa Kean
Emily Alyn Lind ... Ariel
Moon Bloodgood ... Rox Valenzuela
Luis Guzmán ... Jesse Sallander
Rob Lowe ... Dr. Ethan Willis
Romy Rosemont ... Dolores
Tyler Perez ... Diego Avila
Taylor Handley ... Robert
David Clennon ... Colonel Martin Willis
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Angels Memorial descends into chaos when a plane crashes into the 8th floor. Also, Noa has a car accident and it is up to Mario to save her life. Also, Willis admits to Rox that he needs her in his life and the doctors gather in court to support Leanne for her custody hearing. Written by Alyssa

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Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 July 2018 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Final episode of the series. See more »

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How a finale should be done!
6 October 2018 | by brimfinSee all my reviews

Someday, maybe all TV show producers will realize what people want from a finale. They want closure of storylines, characters to mature, paths to be set for the future. They want one last rewarding experience with the show they've devoted a small piece of their lifetime to. There's still a lot of people that don't understand this. But the people who made this show clearly did.

When I saw the previews the week before about a plane crashing into the hospital, I was in doubt. How could this show have such a dramatic event and still find time to complete its storylines - some of which had gone on for weeks? But they did it, and still had time to give more than lip service to wrapping up the seasonal story arcs. They even still had time for one last tender story about reunited lovers, plus another life and death drama beyond the plane crash.

The most wonderful thing about the episode is that some characters say things you never thought they'd say, while other say things you'd almost been praying for them to say all season. The last full scene features an inspiring speech and a final line guaranteed to melt your heart. Music is used skillfully as well, including featuring the song "Kryptonite" as the beautiful background music for the final scenes. When all is said and done, there's nary a cliffhanger in sight - just a satisfying conclusion.

Over 50 years ago, THE FUGITIVE set the gold standard for how to do a great finale. This episode also earns the gold medal for a magnificent finale - a precious reward to all the fans who stuck with this marvelous series all the way to the end.


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