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Douglas "Doug" Ross is a fictional character from the television series ER, portrayed by George Clooney.
George Clooney's removal from the main cast opening credits was in the 16th episode of season 5.
Ray owns a ritzy hotel in Chicago, and Doug lets his guard down a little, but is disappointed when his father offers to take him to a Chicago Bulls game and then stands him up.
Ross later reveals the reason that he and his mother were abused by his father.
Hathaway assists, but when Greene and Weaver discover the procedure, being done in violation of hospital policy and the law, Doug is punished. Doug's attitude towards patient treatment often has consequences for his coworkers and supervisors, who have received reprimands from their superiors for Doug's actions.
He is left on probation for 30 days and is supervised by Dr. He vies to be an attending physician for emergency pediatrics.
Ross' cameo in "Such Sweet Sorrow" a secret from NBC, which promoted the episode as Carol Hathaway's goodbye, with no mention of Ross' appearance.
The original version of "Such Sweet Sorrow" that Warner Bros.
This event helped him earn back his job at County, because his supervisor in pediatrics originally wasn't going to renew his fellowship on account of his disrespect to authority.
His womanizing days come to an abrupt end after a one-night stand with an epileptic woman who hides her condition and dies in the ER.
Ross never knew her name until after she dies, after which he stops dating for a while until he gets back together with Carol Hathaway, the head nurse of the ER at County. Television, the studio which produces ER for NBC, kept Dr.
This garners him much attention, earns him an award and saves his job.
Ross doesn't handle authority well, even when Mark is his boss.