The Good Doctor decides to tease multiple characters being written or killed off because ending things on a happy note is not an option.
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As Dr. Andrews handles the post-Salen transition, Shaun finds himself forced to deal with a precocious 10-year-old whose barrage of questions forces him to open up about feelings he seldom speaks on.
As the first round of results from Salen’s client reviews come in, some take it as a matter of pride while others are devastated. Alongside that, Salen takes a major risk.
A trip to Guatemala to perform life-saving or altering surgeries begins, but with only 12 who will get the privilege of medical care, it weighs heavy on everyone.
As Claire’s dad shows up, so comes the question if the two may reconcile. Also, we watch as Alex and Morgan, and Shaun and Lea, deal with their evolving relationships.
In The Good Doctor’s return, we focus on Dr. Lim as she juggles the eccentric doctors under her employment, the patients under her care, and an eroding mental/emotional state.
In “Fixation,” Shaun turns his hyperfocus onto his relationship with Lea as Kellan returns, and so does Claire’s old friend Dash.
As Morgan continues to push Claire back to being her old self, Shaun, Dr. Melendez, and Dr. Glassman continue to struggle with the expectations of the partners.