I’d say I had high hopes for this episode because of last week… but that would be untrue. You might ask why I’m still watching it… boredom and curiosity mainly.
Just noticed the neighbour is using a 3rd party controller… who plays uncharted with a 3rd party controller? That kinda bugs me.
See these bits where he’s being massively autistic I really like. I’d love to ask the actor how he researched for the role.
“Why are you defending him? You’re all after the same spot.” Its called teamwork asshat, you don’t slit the throat of you ally just because its a competition. RETARD!
Okay, had to pause it.
I’ve seen hospital shows deal with the “surgeon success rates” thing before, most obvious in my mind is Scrubs, they briefly dabbled in it. Honestly, I hate the idea. I hate the thought that people will actually refuse to operate on a patient because if they die, it’ll hurt they’re success percentage. I mean fuck the patient right? Who cares about them it’s all about the win rate… I know their more to it than that, but it’s the only way I can seem to look at it, and it gets to me. The main issue here is that I already dislike these people, I don’t call them retards as a term of endearment, I do outright hate them, so them talking about playing with lives via success rates is in no way helping.
Okay, I’m not autistic, but missing my stop on the bus freaks me the fuck out so I can only imagine how freaked he would feel.
Asshat wanted to terminate the baby without the mothers knowledge or consent… WHAT THE FUCK!
Taking him out drinking, that is not going to end well.
Was nice to see Shaun actually get more time with a patient. For once it wasn’t minimal contact. Teaming him up with the lass that actually tries to figure him out continues to be a wise move. And the chief surgeon seems to not want to be a complete dick. In other words, he was partnered with people who know he’s got massive social issues and are trying to cope with them, and it worked.
Meanwhile in the other plot, asshat was a fucking unethical retard… okay, deep breaths. I know the show needs some type of antagonist, but asshat is not that character. It doesn’t help that this is from the makers of House, a show that could not do antagonists to save its life.
On a whole that episode was… average, not as good as last week, but not as bad as the other 2 episodes. Keep Shaun away from asshat and the show coasts. When they talk, it sucks.