The Good Doctor episode 11 is the first episode of the ABC series airing in the new year and with that, there has to be a lot of pressure for the Freddie Highmore series to meet some of its expectations for the first half of the season. This was a program that delivered a wonderful amount of content when it first came on the air this fall, but it ended in a rather dramatic way. After an argument between Dr. Shaun Murphy and Dr. Aaron Glassman turned physical, Shaun stormed out of the hospital and it wasn’t entirely clear where he was going. We’d like to think that he would come back to work at some point and will be ready to put the past behind him, but that doesn’t quite seem like what is happening.
For a little more information on that subject, CarterMatt has for you the Good Doctor episode 11 synopsis below:
Dr. Marcus Andrews enlists Dr. Neil Melendez on a very sensitive kidney transplant between a pair of twins whose lives intersect in more ways than one. Meanwhile, overwhelmed by Dr. Aaron Glassman’s attempts to have him meet with a therapist and the demands at work, Dr. Shaun Murphy decides to take an impromptu trip with his friend Lea and leave everything behind.
Is this the right move for Shaun to make? There are some parts of a break that can be helpful; you can clear your mind and it always helps to spend time with the friend. Yet, there’s a pretty stark difference between a break and one that ends up being a permanent one. If Shaun steers clear of work for long enough, he’s probably going to just spark concerns that he has flown the coop and won’t be coming back at all. The hospital needs all of the doctors it can get, especially now that they’ve lost Jared after he was fired in the winter finale.
It’s rather interesting that Jared and the whole sexual-harassment storyline with Dr. Coyle are not even mentioned in this synopsis. We hope that Jared will get his job back, but the odds are in some ways stacked against him.
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