I really enjoyed this episode because it contained 2 of the elements I like the most. The staff working as a team and focus on the hospital.
*I like Carter a million times more when he isn't chasing after Abby. I loved that he staged a walkout and freaked on Kerry. She deserved that. I also loved that everyone walked out with him and the ones that chose not to (Susan) had her reasons and understood Carter's as well. The best part was giving Carter a moral dilemna at the end.. determining what was more important, services at the hospital or 3 nurses. Every action has consequences.
*I loved how they staged the attack on Jing-Mei. Everything was running along as normal, then Frank looks up and boom - Jing-Mei has a gun to her head. It just snuck up on you, just as it had snuck up on them, (as a result of no metal detectors)
*I cheered when Luka walked out to join Carter and Abby and said to Kerry, 'he's right'. Luka could have been a smug bastard, but chose not to.
*I am warming up to Pratt, but his scenes with Chen gave me the creeps. I'd rather see her with Carter, or even Frank. That's how much I don't like her with Pratt.
*Romano. Look up 'love to hate' in the dictionary and he's right there.
*Awww... poor Gallant. You knew how hard that was for him to walk out with them, but he did it. I'm also glad that he didn't shake Carter's hand at the end. It remained true to character.
*WTF is Pratt's problem? Why was he such a dick to Gallant at the end?
There is more that I could comment on, like Abby's brother, but as far as he goes, I don't really care at this point.