The Good Doctor season 2 episode 11 is arriving on ABC on January 14, and today, the network was kind enough to finally share details about what’s ahead. The title for this episode is “Quarantine: Part 2,” and that should be a pretty-clear indicator that the action is picking up immediately from the end of the fall finale. The quarantine is still going on, Shaun Murphy is in the midst of a panic attack, and the lives of several doctors and patients are collectively on the line. Dr. Alex Park’s son could be one of the people impacted, as well as Dr. Aubrey Lim. There’s also what happens next for Dr. Glassman after learning that his cancer is back.
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Below, CarterMatt has the full The Good Doctor season 2 episode 11 synopsis, which gives you even more of a sense as to what’s coming up:
In the midseason return, the hospital is still in quarantine as Dr. Shaun Murphy continues to be overwhelmed by the chaos and noise in the emergency room; Dr. Morgan Reznick struggles to keep her patients alive, and Dr. Audrey Lim fights for her life. Meanwhile, Dr. Neil Melendez and Dr. Claire Browne must find a way to complete their patient’s bone marrow transplant, despite the quarantine.
To call this episode epic is putting it lightly. This is where the doctors are going to be tested like never before as they work in order to ensure that their patients (as well as themselves) are okay. Given that The Good Doctor hasn’t announced any other major cast departures just yet, and we’ve at least seen a photo of Dr. Glassman going go-karting in episode 12, we at least know that many characters will be getting out of the situation okay … at least in terms of their physical health. Their mental state is something different given that this is the sort of story that could leave some mental scar tissue. These are doctors doing everything that they can to save lives and it does stick with them when they fail. The reality entering this finale is that they are going to fail. It’s an inevitability given the situation that they are in. Nobody can expect perfection in the midst of a hospital quarantine where only a select few doctors are able to properly do their jobs. Both Shaun and Dr. Lim seem to be both firmly out of commission for at least the immediate future unless something big changes.
What do you want to see happen on The Good Doctor season 2 episode 11, and how long do you think the events of the quarantine will stick with the characters? Be sure to sound off in the comments. (Photo: ABC.)