- Dr. Choi is struggling with PTSD.
- An army veteran hears his heart beat in his head, and seeks treatment.
- A boy is brought in with a broken arm. A shocking discovery is made about his brother.
- Dr. Reese is matched for pathology, but has second thoughts about it.
- April considers going out with a patient’s father against Maggie’s wishes.
- Dr. Rhodes must deal with a child dying on operating table
Violence, sex, drugs, other:
- The episode starts with Dr. Glass sleeping in Dr. Choi’s bed. Dr. Choi leaves her and goes for a run at 3am (as he struggles with his PTSD).
- I don’t recall any foul language.
- A boy picks up a button covered in blood. Has concerning reason to become a doctor.
- A man stabs himself in the ear with a pencil.
- Dr. Halstead goes to the bar after work
Questions to consider after watching episode:
- Is it more difficult to deal with things we can’t see like emotional trauma, or physical and tangible issues we can see?
- Are you willfully blind to any areas or problems in your life?
- Are you fighting as hard for yourself as your heart does?
- What would you do as Griffin’s mother?
What did I think?
This was a solid episode that makes you ask some tough questions. This was the first episode I watched of this show, but I can say I look forward to watching more in the weeks to come.
Feel this show could be a good example of the need for people to work together to get tasks complete. In this show, they work together to treat patients and help families. As Christians, we must work together in the great commission and bringing God glory.
Rating: 4 out of 5
What did you think of this episode?