Royal Pains (2009–2016)
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No Man Is an Island 

A pregnant woman wants Hank to stay on her family's private island to deliver her baby. Meanwhile, Jill tries to call Hank, but is unable to as the island has no coverage.

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Evan enthusiastically arranges for Hank to attend a pregnant member of the rich Grant family - at their private island - even if that requires Evan to volunteer as babysitter for their brats. Though Evan shares their majority dislike of the deliberate eschewal of modern technological comfort there, bunk-beds rekindle memories of living with Dad Lawson (fond recollections not shared by Hank). Hank finds the pregnancy neither urgent nor problematic, unlike the fracture that old island caretaker Will incurs while driving his truck. Both brothers' ingenuity ends up solving all medical and communications problems, leaving Hank to respect a blood-betrayed Grant family secret. The isolation, initially forcing Hank to miss a last-minute a date with Jill, helps him against accepting a position in her hospital's E.R. Written by KGF Vissers / edited by statmanjeff

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Evan R. Lawson: [overjoyed at bunk beds] Oh, these beds remind me of Passaic. Remember that? Our secret space hibernation pods?
Dr. Hank Lawson: Oh, you mean the beds we got 'cause Dad lost our house and we had to move into a cramped two-bedroom apartment?
Evan R. Lawson: [resentfully then fondly] It wasn't an apartment, Hank. It was the Intergalactic Starship Ranger-3, and it was awesome.
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She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain When She Comes
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traditional
sung by Veanne Cox, Isabelle Moon Alexander and Brielle Barbusca
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