For those of you desperately wondering what exactly happened to Julian following the infamous car accident on The Resident, good news — the show is finally getting set to pay that off. Here’s the bad news — you’re still going to have to wait a little while for it. This has been a painful and, at times, an unnecessarily-long mystery for this show; yet, we want to believe that there is something big, something important and dramatic coming on the other side. We’re going to have a chance to see coming up now the pieces of this mystery carefully placed together. When? Think the eighteenth episode of the season, entitled “Emergency Contact,” airing on March 25.
Then, when this mystery for Devon is finally resolved, he has to deal with the aftermath — one way or another. There’s also some other exciting news within this episode, as Psych alum Corbin Bernsen is going to be appearing! He is playing the role of Nic’s father, but it does not appear as though he’s got a great relationship with either one of his daughters. His appearance within this episode may not be entirely welcome, but it could be related somehow to the title for this episode — maybe he’s listed as an emergency contact somewhere and if Nic’s sister falls ill or is hospitalized, he turns up to check in on her. (Where has he been all of the other times? Absolutely a worthy question.)
The Resident is at times a buffet of different stories, with each one impacting a character in some different ways. You can get some more insight on all of this by checking out the official season 2 episode 18 synopsis below:
Chastain picks up the pieces after the fall out with the corrupt medical device company Quovadis, leaving Marshall ready to charter new territory in the medical field, and Devon to finally discover the truth about what happened to Julian Booth (guest star Jenna Dewan). As Conrad and Alec team up to help a young gymnast experiencing mysterious symptoms, Nic focuses on her sister, who’s back with their estranged father, Kyle (guest star Corbin Bernsen), in tow. Meanwhile, Bell rushes to Kit’s aid when her ex-husband comes to the ER needing emergency surgery in the all-new “Emergency Contact” episode of THE RESIDENT airing Monday, March 25 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (RES-218) (TV-14 L, V)
Obviously, there’s a lot of tough stuff coming for a lot of our characters here. Yet, if there is some good news, it’s that it appears we’re shifting past Quovadis soon … finally. It’s been entertaining to see the rise and fall of some power-hungry medical device company, but there is more story to be told within this world and other issues within the hospital industry worthy of a microscope.
Want even more news on the next new episode of The Resident?
Then head over to this link! There’s a nice stretch of episodes still to come, so we are anticipated some heart-pounding and live-saving drama.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Resident season 2 episode 18? Are you ready to get all of the information about Julian? Sound off now in the comments. (Photo: Fox.)