The Night Shift (2014–2017)

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A building collapses during a rodeo; Scott causes a serious car accident.


Timothy Busfield


Gabe Sachs (created by), Jeff Judah (created by) | 2 more credits »

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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
Robert Bailey Jr. ... Dr. Paul Cummings
Jeananne Goossen ... Dr. Krista Bell-Hart
JR Lemon ... Kenny Fournette
Freddy Rodríguez ... Michael Ragosa (as Freddy Rodriguez)
Melissa Gilbert ... Lindsay
Merle Dandridge ... Gwen Gaskin
Timothy Busfield ... Shane
Charles Malik Whitfield ... Mr. Martin
Gianna LePera ... Catherine
Scott Wolf ... Dr. Scott Clemmens
Esodie Geiger ... Nurse Ramos


TC goes to a rodeo where there was a structure collapse and he has a close call. He saves a man whom he brings to the hospital and Jordan treats him and discovers his behavior is strange. Paul and Krista are treating a girl and things get tense between because they both applied to be Chief Resident. Kenny goes on a ride along with Gwen, and they talk about each other but Gwen clams up when things get personal. They come across an accident were someone was seriously injured. The father of the one who was injured demands the one responsible be arrested and it's Scott. They bring him to the hospital and Scott wants to operate but the police show up demanding that Scott take a sobriety test. He has to wait for the results before he can operate but the patient doesn't have that kind of time. Written by

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Drama | Romance








Release Date:

27 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The couple from the rodeo, Shane and Lindsay, are portrayed by director Timothy Busfield and his wife Melissa Gilbert. See more »


There are several plot holes involving the crash. First, the police are shown going into the OR and removing Dr. Clemmens for drug testing. This would never happen since the police would incur liability in the event the patient died or the surgery did not turn out properly. Second, the fact he ran a stop sign would not constitute reckless driving, it is simply a traffic violation. Reckless driving under Texas transportation code 545.401 requires "wilful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property" when driving for it to be reckless driving, not momentary inattention as was the case here. Finally, the only interest of the police would be a blood sample for testing, which would be done in a crime lab, not the hospital where the suspect worked. Absent probable cause for arrest, the police would have no interest nor legal justification in preventing him from operating. See more »


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