The Good Dr.
featured lot of bang-up episodes this season, only some stand up out more than others. I of our favorite episodes this season was
The Good Physician
Season 4 Episode 11. Hither’s a rundown of what happened.

Shaun and Morgan take care of a woman in a coma

Fiona Gubelmann and Freddie Highmore on 'The Good Doctor'
Fiona Gubelmann and Freddie Highmore on ‘The Good Doctor’ | Jeff Weddell via Getty Images

The Good Doctor
Season 4 Episode 11 (titled “We’re All Crazy Sometimes”), Shaun (Freddie Highmore) and Morgan (Fiona Gubelmann) set to take a woman off life support. However, every bit before long equally they begin the process of removing the tubing, the woman’s pollex moves. Shaun notices information technology and when the woman’s husband asks what happened, Morgan says it could just be a normal response in dying muscles. Shaun adds that it could also be a result of low oxygen in the tissues, an electrolyte imbalance, or brain activity. The mention of brain activeness causes the woman’south husband to demand she be placed back on life support. Morgan doesn’t look happy with what happened.

Morgan wants to remove the woman from life support then her hubby can move on with his life. Nonetheless, Shaun doesn’t concord. He believes there is brain activity, and he thinks they should social club tests. One of the tests they run reveals the woman has a brain tumor.

Glassman takes on a difficult surgery

Richard Schiff as Aaron Glassman on 'The Good Doctor'
Richard Schiff as Aaron Glassman on ‘The Proficient Dr.’ | Jeff Weddell via Getty Images

Dr. Glassman (Richard Schiff) introduces his medical squad to a 21-year-old patient named Jeffrey Williams. He tells them how he fell in dearest with baseball when he was 5 years old and how he enjoyed playing the game. Glassman then shows them Jeffrey’southward spine, which is severely plain-featured.

Glassman says the fellow has a condition called ankylosing spondylitis, which is a type of arthritis that can cause articulation damage. He says Jeffrey’south inflammation got and so bad that the bones in his back began fusing together into one bone. Glassman must choose ii doctors to be on his surgical team, then he goes with Dr. Alex Park (Volition Yun Lee) and Dr. Asher Wolke (Noah Galvin).

The team is called, and Glassman is excited to become started on the surgery. However, Dr. Andrews (Colina Harper) thinks the surgery is likewise risky. He accuses Glassman of taking on a surgery no other surgeon will bear on because he feels empty and he’due south looking for something to fulfill him.

When Andrews tells Jeffrey well-nigh the surgery risks, he becomes afraid and decides he doesn’t want the process. Glassman comes to his room with discharge papers and tries to talk to him well-nigh his decision. He tells Jeffrey he doesn’t think he’s afraid the surgery won’t be a success. He thinks he’s really afraid the surgery will piece of work. Jeffrey tells Glassman he doesn’t know how to live a normal life. He’southward fearful of what life will be like in one case his spine is repaired.

“Say no to the surgery if that’s the right decision,” says Glassman. “But do yourself a favor. Don’t say no because you’re agape to live your life.”

A surprise at the terminate of ‘The Skilful Physician’

The all-time part of this episode was the surprise catastrophe. Throughout the episode, we see Lea (Paige Spara) go on a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. She is all over the identify, and she’s edgy with Shaun at times. Shaun tin’t seem to effigy out what’s going on, simply he lets her know some of her decisions take fabricated him uncomfortable. Lea acknowledges something is different—she’southward pregnant. Unfortunately, she loses the baby a few episodes later. However, we tin’t wait to see what’s in shop for Shaun and Lea as they offset a new chapter and plan their wedding.

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