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Six months after Hank's surgery, he is cleared to return to work full time, but is he really ready? A woman designing a fashion line for a charity event experiences mysterious symptoms. Evan think he has landed another whale, but has he opened up a can of worms? The HankMed staff apply for life insurance, but the medical tests are an eye-opener for Divya.
Hank underwent a craniotomy, a surgical procedure where part of the skull is temporarily removed in order to access the brain.
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Evan: So the doctor said he's (Hank) supposed to wake up by day three, and it's day four. Is that... that's not weird, right?
Divya: He had a craniotomy, Evan. Hank needs to recover, and we need to be patient.
Hank: Since when do we eat in a vegan joint? I had brain surgery, not a heart attack.
Evan: Okay... I'm the one who almost had the heart attack. I told you how terrifying it was for me to see you like that...
Hank: I know, Ev. I was there too. But I'm fine now, okay?
Divya: What made you choose research so far away? You left so fast, I never even got a chance to speak to you about it.
Jeremiah: I had to get away for a bit. I made the decision on short notice. I have a girlfriend.
Paige: Why don't you want to live with me?
Evan: What? Of course I want to live with you.
Paige: If you did, you would have found us a place instead of complaining about some stupid air conditioner.
Evan: It's not stupid. It's just I have to hear our patients when they call. Or Hank. What if Hank's in trouble or something and he's trying to call and I don't hear the phone, so I can't answer it because of the stupid thing?
Paige: Oh, my God. This isn't about us, it's about Hank.
Paige: You're worried about being separated from Hank while he's recovering. It makes perfect sense.
Evan: You're saying that I've become a Hankwatch addict?
Evan: Paige, I am so unbelievably psyched to start our new life together, but I can't until I'm sure Hank's okay. I just can't leave him yet.
Hank: Uh, Jeremiah, can I ask you a favor? Actually, more a professional courtesy.
Jeremiah: Of course.
Hank: I've been titrating myself off the tricyclics 'cause they make me groggy. With summer starting and how busy Hankmed is, obviously I can't afford that.
Jeremiah: I see.
Hank: The problem is I just finished my first full day back, and I'm still experiencing some pain. So I thought I should add back a little hydrocodone, just until it subsides.
Jeremiah: And you'd like me to prescribe it.
Hank: Yes. I would.
Jeremiah: How much do you need?
Blythe Ballard: I hope you don't mind mixing business with pleasure, but I wanted to give you this as soon as possible.
Evan: I am so glad you decided to do this.
Blythe Ballard: This is a cease and desist order. Village statute 330-104. If more than two persons are employed by a resident physician, the use of a home professional office shall be prohibited. I'm sorry, but as your brother said, rules are rules.
Divya: Paige! Hank wasn't denied. I was. I'm pregnant.
Evan: It's gonna be like, uh, Million Dollar Listing. Without the million dollars, obviously.
Million Dollar Listing is a reality television show that documents the world of high value real estate sales.
Evan: (talking to Hank about Jeremiah) Seriously. A grizzly Adams and a girlfriend.
Grizzly Adams was a character in a popular US television show starring Dan Haggerty. Jeremiah's beard reminded Evan of the character, who featured a full beard leading to the "grizzly" nickname.
Despite all the chaos around here, you seem to be in a good place.
Um, I am. Finally. After last year and my parents disowning me and falling for someone I barely knew, I want this summer to be all about work.
In episode 3x01, Traffic
, Divya infuriates her parents by rejecting their attempts at arranging her marriage, resulting in them disowning her. In episode 4x10, Who's Your Daddy?
, Divya meets Rafa and quickly becomes infatuated, leading to an impulsive marriage in episode 4x16, Off-Season Greetings (2)