The Good Doctor season 3 episode 11 is the first episode of the Freddie Highmore drama airing on January 13, and we’ve got a feeling that it’s going to be hugely important.
For starters, this episode will spend some time dealing with the immediate aftermath of Shaun losing his father. The two of them were not close, but these are moments that are hard to look past and get over. What happened with Shaun and Lea also is going to play a role within his relationship. While the two were not actually intimate romantically, the closeness that they shared is still something that could be a problem with Carly. She’s been wanting to get close to him, but that hasn’t been altogether achievable for her so far.
Beyond Shaun’s personal story, there are some other issues that could be coming within this episode from a medical point of view. For a little bit more intel on that, just be sure to view the full The Good Doctor season 3 episode 11 synopsis below:
“Fractured” – Following his father’s death, Shaun must deal with the effects his intimacy with Lea will have on his relationship with Carly. Meanwhile, the team operates on a patient who is refusing all anesthesia during surgery for fear of relapsing, on the midseason return episode of “The Good Doctor,” MONDAY, JAN. 13 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. Episodes can also be viewed the next day on ABC.com, the ABC app and Hulu.
From a surgical standpoint, it does already feel very-much clear that this is one of the toughest cases that Shaun and the entire team are going to be able to deal with. If Shaun is operating, will he be able to focus entirely on what is in front of him?
What do you want to see on The Good Doctor season 3 episode 11? How do you think that Shaun and Carly’s relationship was going to progress? Be sure to share in the comments, and remember to stick around for some other news when it comes to the show. (Photo: ABC.)