Moretti brings in new attending Skye Wexler to help with the patient load. Morris and Pratt cram for the medical board exam. Gates treats a returning patient from the ICU whose condition ... See full summary »

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Moretti brings in new attending Skye Wexler to help with the patient load. Morris and Pratt cram for the medical board exam. Gates treats a returning patient from the ICU whose condition has worsen. Sam tends to a teenage girl who is feeling neglected by the staff. Neela's intern, Harold, seeks her advice on a personal matter. Abby struggles with her relapse. Written by Anonymous

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Dr. Skye Wexler: What kind of creepy loser hangs out in the break room all night, second-guessing the Attendings when he's not even on the schedule? I don't know if I'm being Punk'd, or if you haze all new Attendings this way, but I don't need you double-checking my work. The only reason I am here is to make some extra cash for a surf trip. Come December, I am gone. So you can stop worrying that I'm after your job, or your promotion, or whatever you and your micropenis are so afraid of.
Dr. Archie Morris: Hi. Archie Morris. I ...
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How to Fight Loneliness
Written by Wilco
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The Test (#14.6)
25 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Was sad to see Joshua die. But it was obvious that it will have to happen. Once again they rounded it all up in a very good way.

Story about Heater was not that great. Somehow even after hearing her story I kind of felt that I wouldn't mind if she would have jumped under a train. And I guess the story didn't help because it was too tear jerky, one couldn't take it seriously anymore.

I didn't completely get what was the thing about Moretti's son. Maybe there will be more about in other episodes.

I did like the funny part of the episode, which was Zelinsky trying to get Abby to get him ready for dating, like explaining him about G spot.


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