Dr. Black treats patients with Capgras delusion and a woman whose brain only sees half a picture. In retaliation for her one night stands, Cat's boyfriend confesses cheating on her and a confrontation ensues between his mistress and Cat.

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Dr. Black treats patients with Capgras delusion and a woman whose brain only sees half a picture. In retaliation for her one night stands, Cat's boyfriend confesses cheating on her and a confrontation ensues between his mistress and Cat.

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I know you're a jerk, but I forgive you anyway or, snappy rubber bands...
9 May 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Episode 3 continues with the idea that the patients are incidental. They come and go, which is very likely the reality in a doctor's life. The show, however, is entering the phase where it develops the supporting cast.

Dr. Black's character, firmly established in the first episode, is now mostly carved in stone with the noted exception that we have, in this episode, learned exactly how much of a girl Dr. Black is (that is: too forgiving)... yes, her boyfriend isn't just a clueless tool (as we learned last episode, he can't seem to put two and two together, instead making ridiculous assumptions) but that he's a vindictive jerk as well... (not going to spoil that, watch and see).

I couldn't help but wonder what would have happened to the boyfriend if Dr. Black had been off her meds... and he, admittedly, likes it rough... yes, there is potential for high drama that can spiral out of control and make for some amazing story lines...

Regan also is showing herself to be more sympathetic as Esme's adopted mother. I learned in this Episode that Esme has no idea Regan is not her birth mother, something that was unclear to me to this point. Regan observing Esme's nervous snapping of a rubber band on her wrist is a small point that pays big dividends by the end of the episode.

Subtle points throughout is what makes this show such a joy to watch... (such as when Dr. Black introduces Neurosurgeon Dr. Bickman as the new OBGYN with only the barest hint of sarcasm, few actresses could pull that off the way Kelly Reilly did). It's building constantly the way any good story should.


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