After Charlie’s hand moved in the last episode, Alex has high hopes for his recovery, while she treats a patient who already has multiple surgeries under his belt. Meanwhile, Charlie coaches a young man killed in a roofing accident who has unfinished business with his severely injured brother.
I am just watching this now, the whole unresolved brothers thing I must admit I guessed well before the reveal.
However I do have one question, canadian made show, set in Canada, why, when asked, did the surviving brother say he fell "thirty feet" don't Canadians use metric measurements?
IT is a little overly heavy on the rom com and I would like more supernatural elements, but I am stcking with it for now Phaze on the "Off to ingress now, man cannot survive on television alone xm also required" ID
They are the same us with conversion.... they did theirs back in the 70's but for various reasons abandoned it half way through so you still get both measurements and it really does depend on how old you are as to which you use...
Glad you're sticking with the show, episode 4 (The Fight) is actually where it started picking up for me. There is a fair bit of romance but I guess that's a given in medical dramas I think they do a good job mixing supernatural and real elements.
Last Edit: Aug 19, 2014 15:09:42 GMT by ZionHarris