Hawthorne

Season 1 Episode 2

Healing Time

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jun 23, 2009 on TNT
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Christina has a big problem on her hands after a brain aneurysm patient believes Christina is his wife and wants only her opinion.

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  • Christina is involved with a patient who thinks she's his wife, but she is in trouble when she has to decide about his surgery and she clashes with Tom.

    9.0
    Great episode: the relationship between Christina and Tom is revealed as difficult and easy at the same time. They're friends, but they seem to fight for what they believe is best for patients. Christina is too much involved with a patient who believes she's his wife, and he's trying to make her understand. At the end Christina saves the patient's life and they both have a little lesson: "Everybody deserves a second chance". I think this sentence pronounced by Tom is referred to Christina too: it's like he's trying to make her understand that she needs to go on with her life. I love this serial because I think it shows new things and new point of views for the hospital-life.moreless
Malcolm-Jamal Warner

Malcolm-Jamal Warner

Fred Bernard

Guest Star

Cloris Leachman

Cloris Leachman

Ms. Lachman

Guest Star

Eli Goodman

Eli Goodman

Dr. Alan Spitzer

Guest Star

Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds

Isabel Walsh

Recurring Role

Vanessa Lengies

Vanessa Lengies

Kelly Epson

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Christina: Look, we made a lot of progress in a very short amount of time.
      Isabel: (glances at the discharge nurse) Yeah, I even stop calling her bitch.
      Discharge Nurse: That's true.
      Christina: Nice.

    • Isabel: I'll be damned if I'm taking one step out of here without the other thing I love the most.
      Christina: Okay, what would that be?
      Isabel: My Celtic Green Chuck Taylors.
      Discharge Nurse: Uhm, I think we gave those to goodwill.
      Isabel: I am goodwill!

    • Tom: I'm great at weddings. I drink. I dance like a white guy. I hit on the bridesmaids and I give great toast.
      Christina: And then you throw up in the azelias.

    • (talking about a patient who needs a craniotomy)
      Christina: If he comes up 10 points systolic, he goes to surgery.
      Tom: 25 systolic, 15 diastolic.
      Christina: 15 systolic, 5 diastolic.
      Tom: 20-10.
      Christina: Deal.

    • Christina: Can I be frank?
      Mrs. Lachman: You can be anyone you want.
      Christina: Nurses are not servants. They are professionals. They should be treated with respect.
      Mrs. Lachman: You're one to talk. I heard you sucker-punched a nurse today.

    • Kelly: (crying over Mrs. Lachman) I told her I wanted her to die. And then... and then she died.
      Cheryl: It's not... it's not like you murdered her, Kelly.
      Kelly: Murdered her? That never even crossed my mind.
      Cheryl: No, no.
      Kelly: Oh my God! (continues sobbing)

    • Bobbie: So, you still wanna get that dinner?
      Nick: Oh, I don't know. The way you were acting back at the hospital.
      Bobbie: Fine, you and your buddies can slide up and down that fire pole all night.
      Nick: First of all, it's physically impossible to slide up a pole.
      Bobbie: Then have fun watching the dalmatian.
      Nick: That's such a tired firehouse cliche.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Carl: What happens in Richmond Trinity, stays in Richmond Trinity.

      It is a play on the popular phrase, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." It just means Carl wouldn't tell anyone about what transpired between Christina and the ER patient.

    • Mrs. Lachman: Goodnight Barbie, give my best to Ken.

      Barbie was introduced in 1959 at toy show in New York. Ken has been Barbie's boyfriend since 1961. The dolls are made by the Mattel Toy Company.

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