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Bonaventure Hospital, Shaun is assigned to “scut work” by his surgeon boss, which essentially boils down to doing menial tasks that other doctors don’t like to do. On their way back via police escort, we learn Sean can use his Genius Text Powers for … So in the middle of traffic, they stop the car and Shaun performs surgery on the liver on the trunk. Once you sit through hours of it and accept it for what it is? Sorry, I need to nitpick quickly about this absurd situation. Shaun’s moved into an apartment near the hospital—as in, not the house in Casper, Wyoming, he lived in during the pilot—and yet, I’m pretty sure the same cat from the pilot is on his porch. I’m not asking for much, but unless that cat boarded a plane, it shouldn’t be there. Back at the hospital, Shaun and fellow surgeon Claire (Antonia Thomas) have to get a liver from another hospital for one of their patients. gets ridiculous again when Claire and Shaun need to remove a blood clot from said donated liver, and can’t wait to get back to the hospital to do so. Shaun would probably be the Best Doctor if he just didn’t go near anyone ever. As the credits begin to roll on Episode 2, I wonder: Who the hell is watching this? Apparently not: The operation is a success and the liver survives. He doesn’t say anything, but his silence is telling. Through four episodes, I don’t think a single surgery hasn’t experienced a dramatic setback. Also, I think Shaun—an autistic man—can understand sarcasm now? So far I’ve seen one kid nearly die when an AIRPORT SIGN almost sliced open his neck, and then an innocent—if unnecessary—game of hide-and-seek turned deadly. So, what I need to know is: Wouldn’t Shaun operating on the liver in the middle of the highway with no shade from the sun just straight up roast the liver? I’m not the only one who wants to know: a surgeon actually asks Shaun if he watches porn. Oh god, are we going to get a Shaun sexual awakening flashback? Unfortunately, lancing the porn star’s vagina boil isn’t as straightforward as lancing a porn star’s vagina boil should be: Shaun and the other surgeons discover a tumor in there too. Episode 5 is broken down into two cases: A dad apparently gets an intense allergic reaction when his son returns from Thailand (I’m sure it’s fine), and Shaun meets a patient that looks exactly like his dead brother, Steve. Anyway, the kid that looks like Shaun’s dead brother is only at the hospital for a broken arm. You didn’t forget the Angel of Death theory, did you? Towards the end of 2009, IU released her second extended play, IU... She began promoting its lead single, "Marshmallow" (Korean: ), on music programs across the three major television networks from November 13, 2009.
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(No, I’m serious.) To which I ask: Is Shaun the Angel of Death? How much is Shaun costing the hospital in one day of scut work? They even stopped at a general store to make sure it stayed cool! This is no longer a question: Shaun is absolutely, 100 percent responsible for all of these bad things happening. Meanwhile, the dad’s allergic reaction actually has nothing to do with his son, or Thailand.
In another flashback later in the pilot, we learn that Shaun and his brother ran away from home and were living in an old school bus inside a junkyard. ) While playing hide and seek with some other kids in the junkyard after school, Shaun’s brother slipped and fell off the top of a train car and died. Who is Jaebeom Park, and why has he done this to me? Shaun, however, accepts this responsibility with intense optimism but then begins over-diagnosing patients and, at one point, ordering an MRI for a dude who has an ear infection. Claire keeps emphasizing that the liver needs to remain at a certain temperature—basically, if it gets too hot, the liver won’t work in a new body.
Will the American viewing public watch literally anything that makes them sad? Is “Doctors, but specialer,” all you need for a successful TV show? Do fans have to wait until the finale to see Shaun perform an actual surgery?
Would I dare miss another episode of the most watched show on television?