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The aftermath of a serious military bus accident threatens to expose the truth about Drew's (Brendan Fehr) relationship with his boyfriend, Rick. TC (Eoin Christopher Macken) and Scott (Scott Wolf) square off over Jordan (Jill Flint).

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David Boyd

Writers:

Gabe Sachs (created by), Jeff Judah (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eoin Macken ... Dr. TC Callahan
Jill Flint ... Dr. Jordan Alexander
Ken Leung ... Dr. Topher Zia
Brendan Fehr ... Dr. Drew Alister
Daniella Alonso ... Dr. Landry De La Cruz
Robert Bailey Jr. ... Dr. Paul Cummings
Jeananne Goossen ... Dr. Krista Bell-Hart
JR Lemon ... Kenny Fournette
Freddy Rodríguez ... Michael Ragosa (as Freddy Rodriguez)
Luke Macfarlane ... Rick Lincoln (as Luke MacFarlane)
Edwin Hodge ... Pvt. Bauder
Devon Graye ... Pvt. Wilson
Mandy Levin ... Marcie
Scott Wolf ... Dr. Scott Clemmens
Manny Rey ... Mariachi Guy
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Storyline

New trauma chief Dr. Scott Clemmens planned to reorganize the ER, but all hands are needed after an army bus crash floods the hospital with injured soldiers from Drew's Afghanistan unit. Among them pleasantly-cheeky virgin private Wilson, who flirts with Krista, but whose condition worsens dramatically, and Drew's lover, captain Rick Lincoln, who claims preferring death to the leg amputation Clemmens insist on, and isn't amused that Drew stubbornly refused to be outed by openly holding his hand. TC fights Scott for a (hailmary' alternative therapy, which fails like Jordan's hope to avoid telling her lover the romantic truth about already mutually hostile TC. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Great Treatment of very emotionally charged issue
5 July 2014 | by erin_s-1See all my reviews

GREAT and sensitive treatment of the internal struggle all of us go through with one or more very personal issues in our lives, in the workplace, in our very private moments. Handled with an obvious very insightful writer(s) who understands and can relate to how these personal struggles rarely offer any way of resolution and more often than not, are resolved through some unfortunate incident forcing their disclosure. And, in many of the circumstances, the issue was overblown in our minds and when the truth came out, all it revealed is that we were unaware of how many friends and supporters we really have. Many thanks for taking face-on an issue that is long overdue for both being challenged and defused. Erin Stevenson


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