Saving Hope

Season 1 Episode 9

Bea, Again

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Aug 16, 2012 on CTV
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Charlie is removed from the ventilator. It is discovered that a patient who arrives for a routine follow-up could hold the key to understanding Charlie's condition.

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    Colm Feore

    Colm Feore

    Mack MacIlreath

    Guest Star

    Catherine Disher

    Catherine Disher

    Alex's lawyer

    Guest Star

    Karen Robinson

    Karen Robinson

    Nadia Bird

    Guest Star

    Michelle Nolden

    Michelle Nolden

    Dawn Bell

    Recurring Role

    Elizabeth Saunders

    Elizabeth Saunders

    Anesthesiologist Dr. Pratt

    Recurring Role

    Salvatore Antonio

    Salvatore Antonio

    Victor Reis

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Charlie: (voice-over) The diagnosis is just the beginning. You can take good news and run with it, or you can take bad news and turn it around. How you react is everything because you can move beyond the diagnosis. When you open your mind, you can surprise yourself, and things change.

      • Joel: So what do I do?
        Zach: You celebrate. A paralyzed woman may walk again. Hallelujah!
        Joel: Are you 100% sure you have a medical degree?

      • Maggie: I mean, look, how long have we been friends for?
        Gavin: Five years or so.
        Maggie: And I love you, and I know you love me. But we're not in love.
        Gavin: I think there's a couple of logical fallacies in that argument.

      • Charlie: I'm still breathing.
        Mack: Barely.
        Charlie: And look, Alex is trying to save my life. It might not be my time to go, Mack.
        Mack: Come on, Charlie. You're so arrogant, you think you get to choose?
        Charlie: I'm not ready.
        Mack: Nobody's ready. That's the point.

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