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Television PopWrapped | Television

Jimmy Kimmel Gifts Us The 'ER' Reunion We Didn't Know We Needed!

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
02/05/2016 12:37 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Jimmy Kimmel Gifts Us The 'ER' Reunion We Didn't Know We Needed! | Jimmy Kimmel
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When we say ER reunion, we're using the term loosely because Jimmy Kimmel could only get George Clooney to commit.  Well, someone else does make an appearance.  As a fan of medical dramas, this clips was right up our alley!

The ER reunion is announced and the screen fades to Jimmy Kimmel as a patient before George Clooney, we mean Dr. Doug Ross, walks in to start the procedure.  Well, no one is there to hand him a scalpel so Kimmel has to come out of "anesthesia" to explain where all the ER cast mates are and offer to cancel but Clooney rejects it.  "When George Clooney commits to an E.R. sequel!" he shouted before Kimmel corrected him, the show must go on.

Clooney asked Kimmel if he was able to get anyone and it turns out there is one man brave enough to join Doug Ross in the OR.  That man was none other than Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) ready with his cane and American accent!  Ross asks House what season he was on and House explains that he had his own show.  They examine the patient together but Kimmel crashes.  The two TV doctors start throwing around medical jargon like Costco samples.  House was nice enough to share that BP stands for blood pressure.

Just as things are looking very dim for Kimmel, House remembers what they learned at TV doctor school, and that of course, is the song Rapper's Delight. Ross and House brought Kimmel back with hip hop!  They congratulated each other on the victory which ended the skit.

This skit was so funny, we had tears coming down our faces!  What did you think of the brilliant ER reunion which was really a House/ER crossover?  Sound off after you watch this hilarious sketch!  What was your favorite line of medical jargon?  We can't even remember them!


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