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The Resident Review – The Battle for Chastain (3×09)

THE RESIDENT: L-R: Morris Chestnut, Matt Czuchry, guest star Shazi Raja, Manish Dayal and guest star Anthony Azizi in the "Out for Blood" episode of THE RESIDENT airing Tuesday, Dec. 3 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2019 Fox Media LLC Cr: Guy D'Alema/FOX

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Chastain patients 1 – Red Rocks Medical 0.

For now.

And for now, Conrad is spared from Logan Kim and Cain’s wrath.

But we should all heed Bell’s warnings: a blood bath is coming and they all have a target on their backs.

Conrad’s position at Chastain was questioned when Rob Spiro, the patient he tortured to get the location of an innocent victim, accused him.

Now, I’m not too clear on whether or not Spiro always planned to come forward or if he was egged on by Kim and Cain who wanted so badly to find a way to oust Conrad. Maybe this just fell into their laps and they planned to run with it headfirst? Who knows.

But Spiro accused Conrad of well, the truth, and Bell couldn’t prevent it because Kim gave him an ultimatum: either Conrad gets fired or he does.

The old Bell, the Bell from season 1, would have gladly thrown someone else under the bus if it meant saving his own ass. But the new and reformed Bell who I’m calling Bell 2.0 was in a moral predicament.

He never once questioned whether or not Spiro was telling the truth; he trusted Conrad and knew it had to be a lie.

That or he truly didn’t care because he knew if Conrad had gone through with it there was a good reason for it.

If I were to give an award at the end of the year, Bell would get the ‘Most Improved’ plaque.

Bell confided in Kit immediately about what to do and knew that he wouldn’t get anywhere being the whistleblower himself. He needed to ride out the situation and hope for the best.

Giving up Pravesh was difficult for him as he knew there was a chance Conrad’s former intern would blow everything up.

Usually, it’s easy to see a character’s decision ahead of time, but the foreboding events leading up to his deposition made it entirely possible that he was going to tell the truth and throw Conrad under the bus.

Conrad’s reaction to the situation was also impressive as he remained calm and allowed Pravesh to make the choice he felt most comfortable with despite the outcome since that’s what he always taught him.

Pravesh considered being honest but realized sooner than later than his honesty would do more harm than good.

Just because he disagrees with Conrad’s ethical decision doesn’t make Conrad a bad person or a bad doctor. They both do what they think is right and necessary for their patients, but the key is that they always put patients first. They made decisions they can both live with, and Pravesh would not be able to live with himself if he destroyed Conrad’s career.

He was also right about Chastain needing both personalities on their team when tough decisions need to be made.

Kim and Cain both believed that someone was bound to have an agenda against “the kind of doctor” that Conrad is, but neither of them realized that when it comes to being respected and liked, they’re the ones at the bottom of the totem pole.

They both have the egos that they’re accusing Conrad to have.

The war against Red Rocks is going to be brutal, there’s no doubt about that. But going back to my point about Dr. Bell, his decision to give up his position as CEO of Chastain was major.

His growth as a person allowed him to see that the only way he could fight against corruption is by being on the same level as his fellow doctors and peers.

He has evened out the scales; he’s one of them now. And considering his indestructible Chief of Surgery contract, he’ll be able to make more power moves from within anyways.

The CEO title is simply that, a title. He was their pawn and whenever he stepped out of line, they were able to threaten him.

As he pointed out, today they asked him to turn on his team, but tomorrow, it could be much worse.

Dr. Bell’s tease to going back to being in the field rather than above it has been teased for a while now but in a subtle way.

Every time scrubbed in, made a call as Chief of Surgery, or assisted in a procedure, you could tell it brought him a greater sense of joy than being in an authoritative position.

How will they all combat Red Rock’s bullying? For starters, they need to bring Cain down a notch because his belief that he’s indestructible is fueling all types of bad behavior.

They also have two secret weapons: the people of that creepy town that was destroyed by Red Rock (remember, AJ and Mina wanted to help them bring down Red Rock) and Kyle Hawkins.

Kyle’s a powerful man even if he’s not directly associated with Chastain anymore. He’s the reason why Kim and Cain needed to find a different avenue to let Conrad go because they weren’t equipped to handle Kyle’s blowback.

All of that paired with Conrad’s straight-up fearless demeanor will give them a leg to stand on.

Seriously, fire your shots at Conrad because it only fuels his fire.

Pravesh had a tough day all around. In addition to making a decision about Conrad’s dire situation, he was also tasked with taking care of Princess Nadine.

There’s no better hospital to care for a princess than Chastain that’s for sure.

Initially, Pravesh wasn’t sure what was ailing Nadine, but eventually, he realized that is was Moyamoya, a procedure that restores blood flow to the brain.

The realization happened when he realized that Nadine was forgetting her primary language, English, but her secondary language, Urdu, was intact.

The Resident has always embraced diversity, and seeing them formulate a storyline around a foreign language that doesn’t get much love from American television was awesome.

It was also nice to see Shazi Raja who’s best known for her role as Jaya on “God Friended Me” in a role where she was a patient and not the doctor!

Nadine and The King were forever grateful for Pravesh’s services, but I’m wondering if there’s going to be a romantic aspect that’ll come into play.

There was plenty of chemistry between Nadine and Pravesh that transcended the doctor-patient relationship. It’s about time he got a new love interest after leaving Priya at the alter for Julian Booth.

After headlining much of the Thanksgiving day episode on “The Resident,” AJ Austin took a backseat role in the episode, but even when he was limited on screentime, he still managed to deliver an emotionally charged scene where he convinces Mina to support Adaku in the way that she needs even if she doesn’t fully understand.

Mina is a tough cookie, but Austin softens her with his, oftentimes, unsolicited but necessary advice.

Mina expected health concerns, and while the situation is scary for both of them, she has to be supportive. It’s what Adaku needs right now.

But it feels like the right time to point out that Mina is that child’s godmother so if anything happens to Adaku, she assumes responsibilities for the child.

With that knowledge in mind and looking at it from a storytelling perspective, it’s likely that Adaku will either die as a result of heart failure or shortly after birth, which will make Mina the baby’s guardian and flip her life upsidedown. A part of me is interested to see that play out only because it would make Mina a more developed character, but also because I was to see AJ assume the “dad” role we all know he will. It’s not a coincidence he’s so involved in Adaku’s case.

And then there’s Nic and Kyle’s relationship, which is getting stronger with each passing episode.

The two seemed to find common ground more than ever during their first Thanksgiving without Jessie, but after Nic heard him say all those sweet things about how she’s the best thing to happen to him and Chastain, she’ll likely have a new perspective and attitude towards him.

Admittedly, Kyle’s grown on me. He started off as someone that we couldn’t really take seriously, but he’s shaping up to be a good dad and he’s really owning his ‘Angel’ role at the hospital. Plus, he’s good at it and enjoys giving back and helping others.

Hopefully, he sticks around and survives the battle for Chastain.

What did you think of the episode?

Did Bell make the right choice? Did Pravesh?

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The Resident Review – Cain Deals With a Superbug As We Deal with Coronavirus (3×19)

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This episode of The Resident was the one we’ve all been waiting for — it’s the beginning of Dr. Cain’s demise.

Sadly, it comes at the cost of many vulnerable patients who were unknowingly exposed to a superbug.

Cain’s unraveling and losing the power he wields as Logan Kim proved that he goes where the wind blows. That man has absolutely no loyalty.

While Kim’s actions and decisions to keep the Candida Auris a secret were disgusting, Cain wasn’t any better.

An intern had more courage and a stronger moral code than Cain did, who essentially boiled down to a sell-out for Chastain.

Cain could’ve easily ignored Kim’s threats and exposed what was really happening thus saving many lives in the process, but he chose to be a coward instead.

Kim and Cain may not have seen eye-to-eye but they prioritized profits and their personal reputation over patient care.

Both couldn’t put their egos aside and refused to acknowledge that this was bigger than anyone — their inability to own up to their mistakes would and could lead to a public health crisis. Would it be a bad look for Cain to have overlooked this superbug? Yes. But would it be better than people finding out he knew and exposed it to so many vulnerable patients? Also yes.

Kim is also a hypocrite because he was fine backing Cain’s behavior when it benefitted him and lined his pockets. He signed off on every course of treatment, on the mother of all surgeries, on keeping Dawn on the vent, but now that it might come back to bite him, all of a sudden, he’s washing his hands of any involvement. Dude.

The Resident Support System Review

THE RESIDENT: L-R: Matt Czuchry and Emily VanCamp in the “Support System” episode of THE RESIDENT airing Tuesday, March 24 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2020 Fox Media LLC Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX

He threatened Cain by telling people what happened when he was an intern, but honestly, it can’t be that bad if Cain just told an intern the truth. Making mistakes doesn’t make you less talented or desirable — it makes you human. And it’s incredibly in-tune to be able to acknowledge a mistake and take responsibility for it.

As a bystander who has no choice but to trust the hospitals and physicians that treat her, this episode was incredibly terrifying to watch.

Cain has a moral obligation as a doctor and yet, he preyed on a vulnerable, scared and impressionable intern to do his dirty work.

He didn’t care that he may have jeopardized Ezra’s career because it was better than putting his career on the line.

We knew Cain was a monster, but he manipulated Ezra with guilt and psychological manipulation.

Anytime someone uses the “I helped you” line and wants a favor in return didn’t do it out of the goodness of their heart — they did it because they expected something in return. You should help someone in good faith because you want to and because it’s the right thing to do.

Poor Ezra was left torn about what to do. On one hand, this respected surgeon is asking for his help, but on the other hand, he’s breaking rules, undermining his attending and other respectable doctors, and putting the patient at risk.

Eventually, the guilt was too much and he told Pravesh and Hawkins the truth. At that point, though, it was too late as Sophia, the EMT that brought Dawn in, died.

Conrad confronted Cain and the showdown was epic — he got to say everything he’s been thinking about Cain.

However, by this point, the fungal virus was everywhere, especially because the vent that was used on Dawn (and not sanitized! Y’all, how gross) made its rounds from room to room and patient to patient giving us all bouts of anxiety on where it would end up.

Finally, it arrived at its next destination: Derek’s room.

No patient deserved to be exposed to the vent, but Derek was the patient we were most invested in because of his connection to Kit.

We met Derek on Season 3 Episode 18 and he began his chemo, which nearly killed him.

Now, his lungs were giving out on him and he needed to be put on a ventilator to give him a fighting chance. It was painful to watch Kit’s daughter come to terms with the fact that this might be her final moment with Derek as there’s a chance he wouldn’t wake up, and for us on the other side, knowing that it was highly likely he’d experience complications.

You want to trust your hospital, but it was so easy for a machine to get overlooked.

It’s odd that Logan Kim doesn’t want this fungal infection to get out because he believes it’ll bankrupt Chastain, but is doing absolutely nothing to prevent it. Would it kill him to show a shred of humanity?

The superbug was very timely for The Resident and when they mentioned coronavirus, my jaw-dropped to the ground.

I thought the writers were just that good, but a tweet from screenwriter Amy Holden James revealed that while the storyline was conceived months ago, the line was added in during filming a few weeks ago to reflect our current climate. And thus, they aren’t wizards or sorcerers, but I’m still sticking by my initial reaction that the writers are genius.

My first reaction when an episode about a superbug that also attacked Immuno-compromised patients was shock. I was shocked that they didn’t pull it because it hit so close to home, but then I really thought about that and realized there’s absolutely no reason to pull the episode.

Superbugs, infectious diseases, coronavirus are a reality. We should know because they’re our current reality.

It’s an extreme coincidence that The Resident decided to tackle this topic at this exact moment, but honestly, it allows the series to connect with the times on a deeper level and makes it all the more relevant.

Medical shows have medical advisors that inform and guide the episode, and thus, this topic allows the series to inform the public on a very real threat. Getting educated is not something that should ever be deemed too sensitive, especially since that knowledge will come in handy at this very moment.

Plus, there’s far too many people in our society right now that simply don’t understand and grasp how coronavirus spreads. The Resident cleared that all up for everyone as we watched the vent with the little unicorn venture into every crevice of the hospital.

Look how many people touched the vent without washing their hands, look how many people were around it, and then how many people came in contact with them.

The CDC should honestly thank The Resident (which donated a ton of supplies to hospitals in need that are on the frontlines battling the virus at this very moment) for airing an entertaining yet informative episode.

Jones, the screenwriter also tweeted that hospitals are not required to tell patients if a superbug is on-site, which also blew my mind. See — an informative moment.

If you’re a healthy individual, you likely won’t care about the virus, but if you’re immunocompromised, it suddenly becomes a huge threat and you’re not even aware it’s happening.

This episode managed to highlight just how many at-risk patients there were that had various diseases.

In addition to Derek, we had Isaac, who was waiting for a lung transplant and eager to start a life after finally being reconnected with his birth parents.

But lastly, the episode touches on what The Resident has always prided itself on — exposing medical cover-ups and hypocrisy within the hospital. Obviously, the storylines are very exaggerated (sometimes) for entertainment purposes, but you know there’s always an underlying truth.

This isn’t the first time the series addressed such topics and shady business dealings, and it likely won’t be the last, but it sure is an illuminating look into what happens behind-the-scenes that patients likely never know about.

What did you think about the episode?

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The Resident Review – Ring the Bell (3×18)

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What a timely episode.
With the coronavirus outbreak taking its toll on our nation, you’ve probably heard someone say, or have said yourself, that it seems like something straight out of a movie or TV show.
This week’s The Resident proved that point. Prior to the episode, an announcement flashed on the screen that read, in part: “Superbugs of all kinds existed then and now, and any relationship to current events is coincidental.” The message also underlined that the episode was filmed far in advance of today’s events.
However, there’s something so poetic about fiction meeting reality in such a way. TV shows have always been known for offering commentary on our realities, and this is no different.
The episode re-connected with Dawn, the patient that was front-and-center of Cain’s big surgery. While the surgery technically wasn’t a success as the patient never got her quality of life back or even regained consciousness, on paper, if Cain kept her alive for just one more day, it would be considered one.
It was disgusting watching him threatening nurses and presenting Dawn’s case in a way that benefited him. He was never honest with her family about her survival rate, used her as a case-study to bolster his own credibility, and manipulated her family when Dawn was no longer of service to him.
Cain has never treated human beings like human beings and he very rarely prioritizes patient care if it doesn’t benefit him, which makes him a terrible doctor regardless of his exceptional skills. It also makes it hard to feel bad for the outcome following Dawn’s death.
Cain thought he scored a huge “W” after convincing Dawn’s eldest daughter to pull the plug, but little did he know, Dawn didn’t have pneumonia when she died, she had a superbug that was highly contagious.
If not contained, which we saw it wasn’t, a bug like that could infect everyone it came in contact with and bankrupt the hospital. In other words, it’s not looking too hot for Cain. He responded immediately and realized it was too late as nurses began to clean the room. I’m not sure why he didn’t try to stop the man from moving the ventilator into an area with other machines, but I guess at this point, Cain has just given up.
Anyone that has come in contact with Dawn is now at risk and that includes Cain, her children, the nurses, Pravesh, and Nic.
I’m not expert on superbugs, but there’s a likely chance that once they’ve been infected, anyone who has come in contact with them has now been exposed, which would mean most of Chastain. It’s a visual representation of why our government in the real world has worked so tirelessly to emphasize the importance of social distancing and self-quarantine.
Cain is going to pay the price for his greedy, reckless behavior, and I cannot wait, I just wish it didn’t come at the cost of others.
Who will he try to throw under the bus to save himself? And is this his fall from grace… finally?
Much of the hour was focused on a Kit’s daughter and her husband, who was diagnosed with cancer.
Kit has been sidelined for quite a few episodes, and it’s such a disservice to the character because she’s so awesome.
She worked alongside Conrad to protect her daughter, Molly, from the truth because she was scared of how she would handle it. While Kit’s intentions were in right place and she was coming from a place where she wanted to protect her daughter, it wasn’t right.
Her daughter is a grown woman and studying to be a doctor — she deserves to know about her husband’s diagnosis and she should be allowed to handle it in whatever way she needs to.
She wasn’t even given the chance to prove her strength until Conrads confronted Kit and made her realize that her own fears were clouding her judgment and influencing how she handled the situation. Once Kit acknowledged that the best way for everyone to move forward was with honesty and support did her relationship with her daughter truly strengthen.
It’s going to be a long road for Derek as his recovery is plagued by a catch-22. He survived his first round of chemo thanks to Molly, Nic, and Conrad, and it’s going to be uphill from there. Seeing as Nic was pulled into this case and asked to be the chemo-nurse, I think Derek’s case will likely stretch across a few episodes.
And if Nic caught the superbug, there’s a chance she spread it to Derek whose weakened immune system might not be able to fight it.
Basically, Cain is the worst and this is all his fault.
Dr. Bell proved that he can do it all — he can be a surgeon and he can be a TV doctor, and he can do both well.
It’s going to be hard juggling both careers, but Bell found a way to blend them seamlessly so that they work together cohesively. He needs to be a practicing doctor for his show to feel authentic and unique, plus, he needs that connection to patients for source material. Bell didn’t want it to come off like a “schtick” since he is a real doctor, so he found a way to make that very clear to the audience. He’s here to teach about medicine in a fun and informative way — he’s like the Ellen DeGeneres of medicine! We need a real life Dr. Bell show!
He also found a way to make himself indisposable as his TV show brings a great deal of publicity to Chastain. You know Logan Kim will never reject any publicity — just look at what happened with Dawn.
Bell’s TV show brings a new layer to the already complex character as he continues to grown, evolve and impress. It will bring a new vibe to the series, and I can’t deny “ring the Bell” is super catchy!
Bell may be the most established surgeon on the team and now doubles up as a TV star, but it’s great to see his team feels comfortable enough to tease him about it. There was a time that kind of behavior wouldn’t fly, but man, Bell has really become a man of the people.

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The Resident Review – Pravesh Attends a Gala, CoNic’s Big Moment, and So Much Romance (3×16)

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It was a Super Tuesday on The Resident as most of Chastain was feeling the love!

“Reverse Cinderella” could have been a Valentine’s Day episode because there were so many lovey-dovey, gushy moments sprinkled throughout the medical plotlines.

While the biggest moment — and the one that the series and Conrad has been building up to for weeks — was the CoNic engagement, many of the other couples either got their happy ending or a cute nod to their blooming love story.

Were the couples at Chastain hit by Cupid’s arrow?

CoNic has been in the works since season one, and it’s so wonderful to finally see them on track and embracing the love that they had for each other. They hit a few rough patches, but they managed to work it and realized they’re better together.

Nic’s approach to proposing was downright hilarious. She’s right that they aren’t your typical “romantic” couple, but that’s because she’s never been the romantic in their relationship. Conrad, on the other hand, totally is.

And thankfully, he salvaged the proposal because bringing up that it’s the “practical” next step, financially sound, and spewing off insurance facts is downright sad. Come on, Nic.

Conrad’s proposal was perfect — it wasn’t over the top, but it was genuine to who they are as a couple.

Now, it’s time to plan this wedding!

CoNic wasn’t the only proposal as the episode kicked off with Irving quoting Shakespeare and getting a little help from his co-workers at Chastain who arranged themselves to spell “Will You Marry Me.” It was just the right amount of quirky for the two of them. And it’s about time Jessica got a slice of happiness following her near-death experience.

But the belle of the ball was Pravesh, who was invited as Princess Nadine’s special guest to the gala being thrown by her father, the King, as an act of gratitude to Chastain and Red Rock.

The Resident Reverse Cinderella Recap

THE RESIDENT: L-R: Guest star Shazi Raja and Manish Dayal in the “Reverse Cinderella” episode of THE RESIDENT airing Tuesday, March 3 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2020 Fox Media LLC Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX

Unfortunately, getting to the gala on time became a bigger issue as Pravesh’s patient, Gemma, an iconic fashion designer whom Mina adorably geeked out over, asked him to stay by her side when she went into surgery.

Gemma’s situation seemed simple at first, but once they realized the mass in her stomach was actually a furball from Rapunzel syndrome (an obsessive disorder brought on by eating hair), the procedure became more complex and time-consuming.

Thankfully, everything turned out okay for Gemma, who learned a valuable lesson when it came to taking care of herself and easying up on the work, and Pravesh was still able to make it to the event looking sharper than ever.

I mean, James Bond doesn’t have anything on this guy! But does he have what it takes to be a prince?

If you’re asking this gal or polling most of Twitter, they’d wholeheartedly say yes. Prince Pravesh has a nice ring to it, and he already looks like a Disney Prince Charming with his perfectly slicked back hair.

But if you’re asking Nadine’s father, the King, well, that’s a hard no. Upon meeting Pravesh, the King drew a hard line for Nadine and informed her she was going back to their country and would not be allowed to pursue a music career in Atlanta.

He also belittled musicians in Atlanta as if it wasn’t one of the best cities to be for an artist. The King seems to have a little trouble letting go — letting go of his daughter, of his expectations, of the old ways.

It’s hard to watch your daughter grow up and become her own person, a person whose life goals and ambitions sometimes don’t match what you had envisioned for them, but it at least warrants a conversation.

The King didn’t just pick the worst time to tell Nadine the news, he was also rude to Pravesh, who retreated and planned the leave the party before the King’s goddaughter, Rupa, went into labor, and his assistance was needed.

Her pregnancy was high-risk because her unborn son had a rare condition in which his heart was growing outside of his body, which meant a long night for AJ and Mina, especially after they realized that the case was even more complex.

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THE RESIDENT: L-R: Shaunette RenŽe Wilson and Malcolm-Jamal Warner in the “Reverse Cinderella” episode of THE RESIDENT airing Tuesday, March 3 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2020 Fox Media LLC Cr: Guy D’Alema/FOX

These are two of the best surgeons in Atlanta whose egos supersedes them. Their confidence in their abilities never waver, and yet, in this moment, they both looked terrified and unsure that they’d be able to meet the needs of the surgery. It was the first time we’ve ever seen any doubt creep into their minds, which was slightly jarring but also true testament to their talents.

It’s critical that a doctor knows when something is above his capabilities, but, in this case, they have absolutely no choice. The baby doesn’t have enough time to get to Boston where a doctor is on stand-by, and if they don’t operate and attempt, the baby will surely die.

You have to wonder why Rupa was even in Atlanta when her pregnancy was not only advanced but also high-risk.

Of course, for storyline sake, it puts Chastain in a bind because either the outcome will be incredible, impress the King, and work in Pravesh and Mr. Kim’s favor, or it’ll go the other way and they could lose the child invoking the King’s wrath and forcing Kim to close OB before attempting to shutter Chastain completely.

Let’s hope that for everyone’s sake, it’s the former.

Any hospital that could save Rupa and her baby would likely get a hefty donation from the King, which would, in turn, save the OB department.

Also, does Kim ever have any fun? Live a little, dude.

Before Mina and AJ were called into duty, the two shared a lovely dance that deepened those feelings for each other.

The chemistry between them is so intense that AJ completely forgot he had a girlfriend.

Everything about this moment, the longing glances, the compliments about Mina’s dress, it all felt so right and hopefully began setting up for the love story we all want!

Also, AJ, Pravesh, or Conrad in a suit — it’s simply impossible to choose.

Nic and Conrad teamed up for a medical mystery that found a patient showing symptoms despite her tests and reports coming back positive and healthy.

The step-mother had a lot to say, but none of it was helpful. In fact, it seemed to be making the young girl question her own symptoms and go into a full-on panic simply because the step-mom wanted to make her “more independent” and thought she was faking her condition to get out of her responsibilities. Sometimes, the people you love and trust could be unintentionally harming you.

It was obvious that the tea the step-mom was giving her step-daughter was going to be the culprit with The Resident using this moment to make a stance and call out the possible dangers of alternative medicine.

While I wish they underlined that there are some benefits to alternative medicine (including acupuncture), that there are cases where it can be causing more damage. The tea was imported from China and the ingredients impossible to read, but they determined it had poison that was making the patient very sick.

The episode found just the right balance of medical storylines and personal romance that made for one truly entertaining hour of television.

What did you think? Are you happy for CoNic? Jirving?

Will Nadine and Pravesh find a way to stay together? Or does he keep falling in love with unattainable women?

Can Mina and AJ just acknowledge their feelings already and make the move? Share your thoughts in the comments section, we’d love to hear them!

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