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For most physicians, the Hippocratic oath is sacred. But for Dr. Grace Devlin, a top resident at Chicago's Roosevelt Medical Center who is indebted to the mafia, saving lives isn't her only concern. In this fast-paced medical drama, Dr. Devlin is faced with the intense demands of being a surgeon and working "off book" for the mafia men she once despised. As she tries to heed the demands of these two conflicting worlds, the former head of the Southside mob, Constantine Alexander, stands by her, while her boss at Roosevelt Medical and Chief of Surgery, Dr. Stafford White, and her blue-blooded boyfriend remain unaware of her "other" life, and the moral dilemma in which she finds herself.
The episode begins with a voiceover telling us about the first time she saw a dead body. She was a little girl then and the dead man was the neighborhood drunk, shot in the head in the South Side of Chicago. The kid wasn’t afraid and wanted to touch the body and even today, twenty years later, Dr. Grace Devlin remembers every dead body. Next, we see that Grace is at a vet’s and she is trying to remove a screwdriver from a thug’s forehead. Just then her phone rings, which means she has to get back to work. She manages to remove the screwdriver and heads off to the hospital. She arrives at the OR and she is late. The patient is an eight year old boy, who has a gunshot wound. ..Read the full recap