Think quick: Where were you when ER premiered in 1994? The show launched the career of Noah Wyle, made George Clooney a household name, and outlasted its fellow 1994 premieres Chicago Hope, Party of Five, and Friends. Tonight, ER reaches a milestone that few series ever do: its 300th episode.
I loved the show all through my high school years and into college, but when the original cast started to dwindle, I drifted away, too. Still, I've had a blast playing with this interactive timeline of all of the doctors on the show and reminiscing about the various guest appearances (remember Kirsten Dunst as a teen prostitute?). It may not be as relevant, as watched, or as high-profile as it was a few years back, but ER must be doing something right to make it this far.
To watch a preview for tonight's episode, which finds the doctors treating 300 patients in a single day, just read more