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At least we got to lift up John's shirt and rub his tummy. Beyond that, I sure hope something becomes clear soon. There's but 2 more episodes in the season.bdowell said:I'm asking the same question, but I still want to see where everything is going. I do wonder if the writers were watching just a bit too much of LOST and learned just a few too many tricks from it, but still, things are interesting in this show. (No comment about that other show....)
What bothers me in that in the last couple of weeks (and particularly last night), all the dialog is starting to resemble the cryptic Deadwood-speak that so annoyed me on that show.johnperkins21 said:I really dig this show, but it is starting to bother me that everyone talks pretty much the same.
The lawyer for the hospital is trying to get Dickstein to sue the doctor. He provided him with a signed document from the doctor that admitted he did not follow procedure. Basically the hospital is throwing the doctor under the bus to keep themselves out of any lawsuit. That's what the whole thing about monetary compensation after the fact was about. The hospital's lawyer was looking for a small cut of the malpractice suit he hoped Meyer would bring against the doctor for his part in giving Meyer the signed confession from the doc.TAsunder said:I don't get what's going on with the lawyers exactly... basically meyer(?) believes that he is being bribed to testify against the doctor (who was mysteriously absent)?
Agreed. I complained about his mannerisms in the first episode, but he has been perfect ever since.midas said:I think Ed O'Neill has been great in this show and this week was his best performance of the series.