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An unfairly discredited but brilliant diagnostic surgeon winds up working with his cheesy brother in the Hamptons as a concierge doctor to the uber-rich and ultra-elite.
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Series cast summary:
Mark Feuerstein ...  Hank Lawson 104 episodes, 2009-2016
Paulo Costanzo ...  Evan R. Lawson 104 episodes, 2009-2016
Reshma Shetty ...  Divya Katdare 104 episodes, 2009-2016
Brooke D'Orsay ...  Paige Collins 73 episodes, 2010-2016
Campbell Scott ...  Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz 57 episodes, 2009-2016
Jill Flint ...  Jill Casey 53 episodes, 2009-2016
Ben Shenkman ...  Jeremiah Sacani 49 episodes, 2012-2016
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ROYAL PAINS centers on a young E.R. doctor who, after being wrongly blamed for a patient's death, moves to the Hamptons and becomes the reluctant "doctor for hire" to the rich and famous. When the attractive administrator of the local hospital asks him to treat the town's less fortunate, he finds himself walking the line between doing well for himself and doing good for others. Written by Lynn Weiss

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Work's a beach.

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Comedy | Drama

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USA

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4 June 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aukštuomenes daktaras See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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The mansion owned by Boris is actually the second largest private home ever built in the U.S., after Biltmore in Asheville, NC. Oheka Castle was built from 1914-1919 for Otto Hermann Kahn, who took the first letters from each of his names to give the mansion estate its name. See more »

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Divya Katdare: ["Characters Welcome" crossover ad with "Burn Notice": Divya is diagnosing Sam Axe in a bar] It could be excessive blood loss or hypoglycemia. Are you on a diuretic?
Sam Axe: No.
Divya Katdare: Perhaps it's even psychogenic polydipsia.
Sam Axe: Oh?
Divya Katdare: Any one of those could be causing your excessive thirst.
Waiter: [gives Sam a beer bottle] Here you go, sir.
Sam Axe: Thank you.
[he takes a drink from it]
Sam Axe: Hey! What do you know? It's gone! It's like a miracle cure!
Divya Katdare: Miraculous.
[...]
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Written & Performed by The Blue Van
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Now That The Series Has Ended
12 July 2016 | by atlasmbSee all my reviews

I have now watched every episode of this series. That in itself says something about its entertainment value. But I think it's safe to say this show is not for everyone.

"Royal Pains" has been compared to "MacGyver", because it concerns a concierge doctor (Dr. Hank Lawson played by Mark Feuerstein) who practices in the Hamptons, and he has the uncanny ability to construct whatever medical device he needs from articles at hand. His brother, Evan (Paulo Costanzo), handles the business and financial sides of the operation. Divya (Reshma Shetty) and Jeremiah (Ben Shenkman) are the medical assistant and associate doctor who round out the practice.

The show focuses on their personal lives, too. Their lives provide plenty of drama and comedy. Henry Winkler plays the father who has never reliably been there for the boys.

Two others really deserve mention: Campbell Scott, who plays Boris, Hank's benefactor and most demanding patient, and Brooke D'Orsay, who plays Paige, Evan's beautiful girlfriend.

Production values are spectacular. It doesn't hurt that the show is filmed in the Hamptons and on some foreign locations.

Though Boris provides some intrigue, don't expect gun battles or car chases. This is a show about nice people who really care for others.


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