DOCTORS -- EPISODE 6
This guy loves to run. May I suggest a tracksuit?
The doctors find the blood pooling on the floor is not Hye Jung's. Yoon Do feels ashamed that she beat up the assailant in his stead. A patient of Seo Woo's finds no benefit in being nice anymore, gets excited, and passes away because of it. Ji Hong gets information on Grandma's surgery -- which is suspiciously sealed and requires high clearance. Hye Jung's stepmom shows up and demands our heroine treat her affliction, causing massive tension. And we finally get the kiss we've waited for after Ji Hong and Hye Jung dance together in the rain...
Grandma's files must be important or they wouldn't keep getting mentioned. Hye Jung passed up a directorship to get them, so they mean something to her. I know I was suspicious of her death, so I imagine that we'll find some damning info when she opens them. But what info? And what can you do about it after 13 years?
Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he'll sit around all day drinking.
Hye Jung's family is something else. Her stepmom has the nerve to come there and demand to be a patient despite not seeing her in more than a decade. Despite not helping with anything after she was expelled. The falling out between them was pretty final. So why turn up now?
I'm pretty sure the patient's death was a moral fable of sorts. First off, Seo Woo started to get close to her to chat with her. How much of this woman's philosophy did she buy into? No matter, because it didn't work out for her in the end. And that's the other takeaway here. The patient makes the choice to be a thoroughly disagreeable person and is struck dead. I don't think that was random.
They're doctors -- they should totally be able to make that box move through time and space.
Overall, we're looking at another awesome episode. Whether they can keep this up remains to be seen. This series is crazy good. It makes me laugh and keeps me on the edge of my seat. And they're setting up some fun conflicts. And now we have some romance as well. Could this show get any better?