Royal Pains (2009–2016)
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Hank helps a theater legend as she deals with confusion and memory loss at Eddie's wedding. He also reconciles Eddie and Evan before the ceremony. Paige & Evan await pregnancy test results.


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Andrew Lenchewski (created by), John P. Rogers (created by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Feuerstein ... Hank Lawson
Paulo Costanzo ... Evan R. Lawson
Reshma Shetty ... Divya Katdare
Brooke D'Orsay ... Paige Collins
Ben Shenkman ... Jeremiah Sacani
Henry Winkler ... Eddie R. Lawson
Cloris Leachman ... Annette Bellamy
Bob Gunton ... Ret. General William Collins
Lisa Banes ... Ellen Collins
Joshua Bell ... Joshua Bell
Bryan Terrell Clark ... Officer John
Maria Dizzia ... Cindy Green
Rupak Ginn ... Raj Bandyopadhyay
Kyle Howard ... Dr. Paul Van Dyke
Michael Mulheren Michael Mulheren ... Jim Harper


On the day of father Eddie's wedding with Mrs. Newberg, Hank has a very hard time convincing Evan first to attend, then to speech and sort of reconcile, but Paige's gratitude for processing a pregnancy test disappointment does the trick. Many scenes are sung, some even danced; in musical-style, which only makes sense after Hank diagnoses retired star Annette Bellamy's worrisome condition, requiring two hasty 'excursions' to hospital. Various guests rather praise the brothers' invaluable help, or just indulge in their own priorities, like pregnant Divya and Raj. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Drama




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29 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


When talking about his son's ingenuity as a doctor, Henry Winkler's character makes reference to MacGyver. Henry Winkler was a an executive producer of the show MacGyver. See more »


References MacGyver (1985) See more »

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Train wreck
6 October 2016 | by bladkinSee all my reviews

I don't review stuff much, but this was just so awful I was inspired. If I want to watch a musical, I'll watch a musical. Royal Pains is not a musical series. So why this? Actually I guess I know why, the series got canned so they don't care about ratings anymore or aren't worried about sponsors stampeding for the exits. So they wanted to do...what exactly? I have no idea. It's just a mess, awful songs, badly sung, completely nothing to do with everything the series has been. Royal Pains has been diverting, not one of my favourites, but something light to watch now and then, but this was dire. The underlying story is OK, Royal Pains standard fodder. Fast forward through the songs, save yourself time you'll never get back.

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