Based on what we’re seeing already entering The Good Doctor season 3 episode 3, there is one way to describe what’s coming up: Different. This is a very different sort of story, one that is ripe with all sorts of crazy twists … and also a marlin that is stuck within a guy’s leg. Add to this the fact that this guy is played by Robert Sean Leonard, and you’ve got a rather fantastic twist for an episode.
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In the video below (courtesy of Entertainment Weekly), you can get a good sense of some of what’s coming with Leonard’s character. What we know about him at the moment is rather simple: He is a successful fisherman who has spent the majority of his life chasing and pursuing some notable catches. Within the scope of this video, we learn that the marlin he’s caught is one that he has been up to for the past 40 years. With that in mind, he’s not altogether interested in having this marlin sawed in half. He seems to be the guy who will eventually want to throw this up on his wall as a trophy. He wants to take this home and brag about it later, which isn’t the greatest thing in the world given his present condition. This is not a man who is thinking clearly. Instead, this is a man who is allowing himself to be guided by wrong ideas, thinking that the best thing that he can do for himself is something that, in the end, is superficial.
What we know about this fisherman is the following: He thinks that the best way for everyone to move forward is for this marlin to be pried directly out of him, still intact. We know that this show does love to showcase as many of its medical miracles as possible, but this would be a big stretch … even for them. We’ll see what happens when this story airs.
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