Evan delights in attending a Hamptons horse-show with Hank (who only accepted because the proceeds benefit Jill's hospital). Seasonally attired to win over clients, Evan curbs his HankMed charm-offensive to rescue Divya, first from a drunkard (who turns out to be Jill's newest medical staff acquisition, Dr. Madden), then from her misinformed parents, posing as a college friend to sustain Divya's deception that she's studying economics, not assisting Hank; however, a wasp sting on her allergic father puts Divya herself in position to blow her cover by performing emergency treatment. Hank meanwhile wrestles with quasi-professional teenage-jockey Beth Samuels and her father Dan's unwillingness to put health concerns above equestrian competition. Jill's ex, Charlie Casey, returns, going above her head to resume his hospital post, checking out romantic successor Hank, and revealing an important condition Jill has so far failed to share.
KGF Vissers / edited by statmanjeff
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Outside the Samuels' trailer, Hank stands with his left hand grasping his upper right arm in a two-shot (with his right hand under his left arm), but in wide shot he stands with his left hand grasping his right wrist below his belt buckle. See more
Evan R. Lawson
You launched a successful company in one of the most exclusive markets in the world, all right? I'm proud of you - and I don't even like you that much - so, you're right, I don't get it. Explain it to me.
References To Kill a Mockingbird
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