Liked the storyline with the husband and wife. Liked the ending with the MIL and SIL forgiving each other. Intereesting conclusion with the meningitis that reminded me there was a time AS routinely dealt with obscure diseases rather than the staff''s personal problems.
Thought Dan's attitude towards Ricki was too easily concluded. They're not even living together and he's decided he wants to marry her?
Thought Bart was an absolute selfish prick OK, yeah, Annie was selfish to ask him to help her die (like a pin through your IV isn't hard) but to ignore her in her dying days? First he demands she take the treatment so he can have more time with her, then he avoids her and makes it about himself when she declines the treatment. Is he so self-absorbed that he can't see he'll regret neglecting those dying days? Those are the actions of a child, not an adult.
Found Zoe's actions kind of intriguing. The way Frank's been acting lately, I can't blame the staff for being resentful. I've had bosses with demanded a lot and gave little in regard for compliments or personal difficulties, and Frank seems right up there. Gabrielle, of all people, seems to be the most obvious source of resentment, so why is she sticking by Frank? There are brilliant people in their field but there are also crapshoot bosses and nist people seek to get rid of them before the brilliabnt people.
Apart from the husband and wife story, I found myself questioning why for a lot of things. I questioned why Bart and Annie were who they were, I questioned why Dan would suddenly decide to ask Ricki to marry him, I questioned why so many people would be loyal to a boss who was so dismissive.