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Sharpe works on a creative way to help Max. Kapoor gets surprising news. Reynolds takes a big step in his relationship with Evie. One of the doctors makes a life-altering decision.

Director:

Peter Horton

Writers:

David Schulner (created for television by), David Schulner | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ryan Eggold ... Dr. Max Goodwin
Janet Montgomery ... Dr. Lauren Bloom
Freema Agyeman ... Dr. Helen Sharpe
Jocko Sims ... Dr. Floyd Reynolds
Tyler Labine ... Dr. Iggy Frome
Anupam Kher ... Dr. Vijay Kapoor
Margot Bingham ... Evie Garrison
Cherise Boothe ... Brandi
Zabryna Guevara ... Dora
Alejandro Hernandez ... Casey Acosta
Nana Mensah ... Camila Candelario
Brian R. Norris ... Jacob (as Brian Norris)
Lisa O'Hare ... Georgia Goodwin
Eric Sheffer Stevens ... Wilson Hatch
Leslie Uggams ... Mama Reynolds
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Sharpe works on a creative way to help Max. Kapoor gets surprising news. Reynolds takes a big step in his relationship with Evie. One of the doctors makes a life-altering decision.

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Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Placenta Previa is a condition where the placenta ( a type of lining which protects and provides nourishment to the child) lies low in the uterus, "the womb", and partially or completely covers the cervix ("gate" to the end of the birth canal or vagina). See more »

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A Tear and a Smile
20 May 2019 | by lightheartedbeingSee all my reviews

Khalil Gibran who wrote The Prophet, also wrote A Tear and a Smile. This show was a reflection of that very human dilemma as we face the darkness and the light in life. I've thought this show was good all season, interesting medical drama as they go, nice premise a bit unusual, lots well-crafted characters, good challenges for them. This season finale which wraps up several plot lines, at least for now, was outstanding and really well done. Peter Horton directing has a great touch. The final lines of the show were so on point it was amazing. All season I've found the writing excellent. This episode's plot line with the man dealing with PTSD as well as his doctor's professional challenge was one fantastic story line that underlay the others. The difficulties people face who work in public service, especially the medical side along with the insanity of insurance companies that dominate what can and can't be done, the expenses... So smart, dedicated people for the most part deliver the best they can given the larger situation, and that they have moments that are impossible and drives them a bit crazy is a sane reaction to the insanity. The show leaves some unknowns, and I hope we get another season with all the current cast (!) to follow this really good story telling further.


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