Poster

(TV Series)

Adelle Coffin ()


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Sean and Christian prepare for their upcoming recertification test, but Sean is distracted by recent news.

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Dr. Sean McNamara
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Dr. Christian Troy
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Matt McNamara (creditOnly)
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Grace Santiago (creditOnly)
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Julia McNamara
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Sumner Charles
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Dr. Hiroshi
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Adelle Coffin
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Dr. Merril Bobolit
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Megan O'Hara
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Hedda Grubman
Steven Anderson ...
Doctor
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Jim O'Hara
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Guard
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Dr. Liz Cruz
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Waiter
Linda Klein ...
Nurse Linda
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Ned
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Cindy
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Annalise Anderson (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)

Directed by

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Michael M. Robin

Written by (WGA)

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Ryan Murphy ... (creator)
 
Ryan Murphy ... (written by)
 
Dell Chandler ... (story)
Dell Chandler ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Sean Jablonski ... producer
Ryan Murphy ... executive producer
Michael M. Robin ... executive producer
Jennifer Salt ... co-producer
Greer Shephard ... executive producer

Music by

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James S. Levine

Film Editing by

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Byron Smith

Editorial Department

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Gordon Ferris ... negative conforming supervisor
Chris Boyer ... colorist (uncredited)

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Eric Dawson
Carol Kritzer
Robert J. Ulrich

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Ellen Brill

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Thomas R. Burman ... special makeup effects artist
Bari Dreiband-Burman ... special makeup effects artist
Stephanie A. Fowler ... key makeup artist (as Stephanie Fowler)
Eryn Krueger Mekash ... makeup department head (as Eryn Krueger)

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Hoot Maynard ... post-production supervisor

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David Coronella ... leadman
Eva Firshein ... buyer
Ian Kay ... set property master
Christopher Redmond ... property master
Glenn Rivers ... set designer
Holly Sudduth ... set dresser
Isabelle Trichard ... art department coordinator

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Ryan Darden ... assistant sound editor
Patrick Hogan ... supervising sound editor
Todd Murakami ... sound effects editor
Donald J. Sutherland ... utility sound

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Dennis Yeager II ... special effects foreman

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dan Ayers ... camera operator
Andrew Glover ... gaffer
Bill Green ... rigging best boy grip
Greg Hewett ... key grip
Paul Lambiase ... grip
Patriq Luo ... electrician
Duane Mieliwocki ... key first assistant camera
Ann Rosencrans ... lighting technician
John Scott ... camera operator
Justin Stroh ... electrician
Cheli Clayton ... first assistant "a" camera (uncredited)
Geoffrey D. Knoller ... grip (uncredited)

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Liz Dean ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Trayce Gigi Field ... assistant costume designer
Julie Yang Silver ... costume supervisor (uncredited)

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Robert Foulkes ... location manager

Music Department

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P.J. Bloom ... music supervisor
Aaron Kaplan ... musician: guitar, bass
Cedric Lemoyne ... composer: theme music
Jonathan Paul ... composer: additional music
Gregory Slay ... composer: theme music
Jeffrey Cain Thompson ... composer: theme music
Damir Price ... composer: additional music (uncredited)

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Eric S. Anderson ... title designer
Jill Elphick ... assistant: Ryan Murphy
Dawn Gilliam ... script supervisor
Vincent Haycock ... title designer (as Vince Haycock)
Linda Klein ... medical consultant
Paul Matthaeus ... creative director: title sequence / title designer
Don McNeill ... main title
Yuell Newsome ... film librarian / stock librarian
Paul Schneider ... title designer
Jason Sholl ... global trainee
John V. Stuckmeyer ... production executive
Louis Farah ... supervising set medic (uncredited)
Thomas D. Jennings ... payroll accountant (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Sean is shocked Christian, who operates a patient with hospital phobia whose fingers got severed, switched middle- and index finger and didn't even admit it when Liz pointed the error out; Christian now completely loses his professional self-respect. Megan's doctor warns her the benefits of treatments no longer outweigh the contras; tired of fighting she decides after throwing up in a fancy restaurant she wants euthanasia. Sumner Charles asks a scrotum lift, his fiancée Mrs. Grubman a vaginal rejuvenation, and demands both under her free deal but Sean must do her. Both surgeons and Merril Bobolit must take an official 10-yearly test, on cadaver heads; Troy fears he'll fail because his, an old lady, is too small, so Sean suggests he practices- hearing about a similar woman's recent accident, he goes to the morgue for the Jane Doe- the night clerk allows it in exchange for a chin job. Sean imagines his cadaver head starts talking to him about Megan and Julia, which convinces him to help Megan commit suicide pain-free by OD, but then guilt ruins his concentration so he walks out at the exam: fighter Christian passes, he the perfectionist fails. After Megans memorial service, Sean confirms Julias suspicions they had an affair- she says she couldn't actually commit her intended infidelity, and is too heart-broken to take him back. Written by KGF Vissers

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  • Adelle Coffin (United States)
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  • 47 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Sean is shown throwing Meagan's ashes into the ocean from from a rocky, boulder-strewn shore. There is no such rocky coast within a 1,000 miles of Miami, which is utterly flat. See more »
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Quotes Sean McNamara: [Sean and Christian are talking about how their recertification cadavar bodies died] How did your head die?
Christian Troy: Heart attack. Yours?
Sean McNamara: Suicide. Do you believe in that?
Christian Troy: [pauses] I think that if a person is in a great deal of pain, physical or spiritual, and they've exhausted all their options, I wouldn't judge them for it. I'd say a silent prayer and hope death brought them the piece of mind live never could give them.
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