A Gifted Man: Season 1, Episode 5

In Case of Loss of Control (21 Oct. 2011)

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Michael must decide if it is worth risking his practice to save a patient's life. Meanwhile, he courts Evan "E-Mo" Morris, a neuropsychiatrist to join his practice after E-Mo determines a patient's diagnosis by reading her body language.

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Michael must decide if it is worth risking his practice to save a patient's life. Meanwhile, he courts Evan "E-Mo" Morris, a neuropsychiatrist to join his practice after E-Mo determines a patient's diagnosis by reading her body language. Written by CBS Publicity

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When Michael is intubating the little boy, he says he can see the glottis but not the vocal cords. By definition, the glottis is not a body part, but a space that comes into being when the vocal cords are apart. If he could see the glottis, then he wouldn't have needed to intubate. See more »

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