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Episode 1 : Prototype

Posted by Millie Bell

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Season 1

Duration  :  

1h 00m

Lillian Price, the new medical director, arrives at Angels of Mercy Hospital to help the struggling hospital get its accreditation back. She finds herself supervising -and clashing- with her former lover, Dr. Ben Turner, who is acting chief of surgery. Meanwhile, an elderly woman refuses to undergo emergency surgery that could save her life; and a resident botches an operation that he undertook without permission.


Genres: Drama

Episodes
Episode 2 : Oscar de la Boya
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Episode 3 : Weenis Between Us
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Episode 4 : The High Cost of Living
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Episode 5 : The Prince and the Porker
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Episode 6 : Unhand Me
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Episode 7 : Ax and Ye Shall Receive
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Episode 8 : Cry Me A Liver
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Episode 9 : Assume the Position
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Episode 10 : Deliver the Male
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Episode 11 : When Worlds Colitis
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Episode 12 : To Halve or Not To Halve
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Episode 13 : To Halve or Halve Not
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Episode 14 : Dress For Success
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