• Season 5 Recap: 5×18 Sons

    Season 5 Recap: 5×18 Sons

    As apprehensive as I was about the finale, I am super glad that all my fears were swept aside with these 42 minutes of pure joy and love and heart-warming goodness. What a relief, and—the cliffhanger not withstanding—such a sweet and rewarding ending to a rather turbulent season.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×17 The Lea Show

    Season 5 Recap: 5×17 The Lea Show

    Hmpf. I’m kinda bummed, because while somewhat enjoyable and entertaining to watch, this episode was just so… uninspired. I was hoping it would make up for what The Shaun Show lacked, and instead it was just more lacking, plus tropes galore, a not very cleverly recycled patient story, and predictable mediocrity. Did I mention tropes?


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×16 The Shaun Show

    Season 5 Recap: 5×16 The Shaun Show

    Okay, mixed feelings about this one. I thought it had potential to be major cringe, and thankfully it wasn’t that. On the first viewing, it gave me all the happy feels, but the more I think about it and discuss it with others, the more I feel they could have done so much better with […]


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×15 My Way

    Season 5 Recap: 5×15 My Way

    I will say that I didn’t like this episode much after the first viewing because it felt like the direction of where this was headed could be major cringe. However, I may have changed my mind in the meantime, because it could open up new and interesting avenues to explore. So I’m trying to keep […]


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×14 Potluck

    Season 5 Recap: 5×14 Potluck

    Oh man. They’re really pulling the comedy out of the bag mid-season, aren’t they? I honestly don’t really know how to feel about this one. Gave me a few good chuckles, but I’m not one for the in-your-face slapsticky comedy, so I thought Potluck was a bit too over the top and silly. But it […]


  • Patient Case Review: Dr. Alex Park

    Alex Park was an appendicitis patient in episode 5×14 Potluck.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×13 Growing Pains

    Season 5 Recap: 5×13 Growing Pains

    I’d say more of a run-of-the-mill episode, this one. I’m tempted to say patient-of-the-week, even. Which isn’t necessarily bad, this episode went back to the show’s original roots—two patient cases interspersed with a bit of personal growth for the main characters, but nothing that really stood out in either a negative or positive way for […]


  • The Royal Television Society Interview

    The Royal Television Society Interview

    In Conversation with The Good Doctor‘s David Shore and Freddie Highmore Caroline Frost from the UK Royal Television Society speaks to The Good Doctor showrunner David Shore and executive producer and star Freddie Highmore via video conference.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×12 Dry Spell

    Season 5 Recap: 5×12 Dry Spell

    First of all FUCK YES! We are renewed for season 6!! I’m so stoked! Second of all, aww, this was such a feel-good episode. I chuckled, I smiled, I aw’ed, I had fun. A much needed reprieve after all the stress and hardship and emotional turmoil. I loved it.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×11 The Family

    Season 5 Recap: 5×11 The Family

    This one felt like a solid one with good storytelling and ample emotional moments. I really enjoyed it, and may or may not have teared up once or twice.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×10 Cheat Day

    Season 5 Recap: 5×10 Cheat Day

    Okay, Team Taylor, Blake and Listo did it. You restored my faith and redeemed the show a fair amount. Cause this episode was fabulous in so many ways. I really needed that. Thank you.


  • Season 5 Recap: 5×09 Yippee Ki-Yay

    Season 5 Recap: 5×09 Yippee Ki-Yay

    Hm. I wish I could utter a ‘yippee’ about this episode. I didn’t quite hate it as much as Crazytown, but it is coming in a close second as imho weakest episode of season 5 so far. I’ll refrain from going all meme-fest on this one, though. Don’t expect any gushing, either.