Royal Pains: Season 2, Episode 15

A History of Violins (3 Feb. 2011)

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Evan estimated his chances of winning Paige back feeble, with the general against such a 'whimp', but is soon 'forgiven'. After being locked and misunderstanding a seemingly conspiratorial ... See full summary »



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Evan estimated his chances of winning Paige back feeble, with the general against such a 'whimp', but is soon 'forgiven'. After being locked and misunderstanding a seemingly conspiratorial secret meeting, he even wins the general's respect by mediating row over a heritage 'candle shack' with Collins's new neighbors, whose daughter Nathalie is Hank's patient, and handling the press. Adam is in serious kidney trouble, but he and Hank refuse to let Divya help him in anyway after she broke up their physical relationship, now she's practically packing to emigrate to London. Hank decides against the planned partnership with his self-righteous ex Dr. Peck. Written by KGF Vissers

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The fire seen on the ground after the explosion, while Hank is speaking with the reporter, was created using a flammable jelly. Since the background firefighters were real local firemen, they were told to act like they would if at a real fire. When one firefighter started extinguishing the fire, the jelly splashed on his leg and the scene had to be stopped to put out the fire. The firefighters were then told not to put out the fires, but poke around them searching through the debris. See more »


Dr. Hank Lawson: What is that?
Natalie: Deer hide, I think. The general likes to shoot unarmed animals.
Dr. Hank Lawson: Natalie, would you show me your hands? These black spots, do they hurt?
Natalie: No. They just appear. Why? What are they? Don't tell me this is one of those life-endangering exceptions you talked about.
Dr. Hank Lawson: I don't think so. But you may have been infected by a bacterium. Bacillus anthracis. I'm using the big words because I don't want you to be scared by the small one.
Natalie: What's the word?
Dr. Hank Lawson: Anthrax.
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