Hawthorne

Season 1 Episode 8

No Guts, No Glory

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Aug 04, 2009 on TNT
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Episode Summary

In a confusing and difficult case, Christina treats an abused patient. Bobbie has to deal with a racist in pain and Ray takes care of a motorcycle accident victim whose life is about to change. Taught by Kelly, Camile struggles while trying to learn how to drive.moreless

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Sarah Lancaster

Sarah Lancaster

Courtney

Guest Star

Reid Scott

Reid Scott

Jared

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Adam Garcia

Adam Garcia

Nick Mancini

Guest Star

Vanessa Lengies

Vanessa Lengies

Kelly Epson

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Vida: (gets off the phone with his son) Fourteen-year-old thinks dessert is his God-given right. Who am I to argue?
      Christina: I have a 16-year-old who just started driving, so I get it.

    • Ray: (talking about Jared) He was going to propose. I saw the ring.
      Candy: What? Where?
      Ray: It fell out of his jacket.
      Candy: What did it look like?
      Ray: It was brown and leather.
      Candy: The ring, dummy.
      Ray: It was, you know, sparkly and stuff.

    • Candy: Okay. Uhm, so... If I'm clinging to the ledge of some God-forsaken mountain somewhere, freezing my ass off, terrified, what do you say to me?
      Courtney: Don't panic. Keep breathing. And whatever you do, don't look down.
      Candy: Jared's on that ledge. You know what to do.

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Christina: Good luck with David Duke.

      David Duke is arguably the most well-known racist, white supremacist, and anti-Semite in the United States. He is also a former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.

    • Jared: Courtney's that kind of girl, man. The world is her frikkin' oyster.

      The line "the world is my/your oyster" originated from an Act II, Scene II verse in Shakespeare's play The Merry Wives of Windsor which reads "Why, then the world's mine oyster".

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