Police patrolling Momma Sue's restaurant stumble upon an attack in progress. A woman is being assaulted and there is threatening graffiti on the walls. The victim is Jennifer Fulton (Josie Bissett), owner of the restaurant. After going to the hospital to get checked, she's in a rush to leave. Her husband, Craig (Ricky Aiello) is concerned, which leaves Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to believe the suspect was not her husband, but could have been an underage drinker she busted earlier. The young man is Leon Ardilles (Victor Rasuk) and it turns out he was in the restaurant that night, and the paint on his fingernails matches the paint from the walls. He admits he was there and tagged the place, but Jennifer was already injured.
After Reggie Wilson (Cyrus Farmer), a witness in a former case of Erin's, asks her for help shutting down a drug operation in his apartment building, she makes it her mission to make the building safe for his family. Also, while investigating a teen's suicide, Danny and Baez uncover information that suggests the death was a homicide, and Frank looks into potential misconduct in the Mayor's office.
In the series finale, Dr. Carter opens a new medical facility for the underprivileged in Chicago and some old friends from County General all come to show their support.
It's just another day in paradise, as Dr. Catherine Banfield's (new series star Angela Bassett) arrival and tough attitude causes the whole ER staff to feel defensive. Gates (series star John Stamos) and the new interns fight to save the life of a terrorist while risking their own lives. Neela finds an unlikely advocate in her fight to get Dr. Dubenko (series regular Leland Orser) back on the surgery staff.
After Banfield defends herself from a street criminal, she and Dr. Gates treat a young gymnast with suspicious injuries indicating abuse. Dubenkos back on the surgery team.
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