Episode Notes/Recap:

  • A Man Arrives At The Hospital, With Abdominal Pain. The Man’s Name Is Carlos Garcia. Apparently, Carlos Was On A Flight, When His Pain Started. The Plane Was Grounded, And Carlos Was Taken To The Hospital.
  • A Doctor, That Was On The Flight With Carlos, Has Accompanied Carlos To The Hospital. The Man’s Name Is Dr. Wilson.
  • Alex Thinks That Carlos May Have A Ruptured Appendix. Alex Will Have To Do Surgery, To See If Carlos’s Appendix Is Ruptured, Or Not.
  • The Doctors  Begin Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation On Charlie. This Technique May Help Charlie Wake Up.
  • Joel Apologizes To Alex For Making Things Awkward Between Them. Joel Tells Alex That He Hopes They Can, Once Again, Be Friends.
  • Carlo’s Procedure Begins.
  • A Women Named Carol Arrives At The Hospital, As She Is Scheduled For A Spinal Decompression. Carol Is A Bit Eccentric, And Highly Superstitious.
  • Alex (And The Team Of Doctors) Begin Carlos’s Procedure. Alex Notices That Carlos’s Appendix Is Perfectly Fine. It’s Not Clear What Is The Cause Of Carlos’s Symptoms.
  • During The Procedure, Carlos Seizes, And Ultimately Dies.
  • Alex Has No Idea What Caused Carlos To Seize And Die.
  • Alex Examines Dr. Wilson. The Man’s Breathing IS Shallow, And His Temperature Is Pushing 102. These Symptoms Are Much Like The Symptoms That Carlos Had.
  • Alex Learns That Carlos Flew Out Of Mumbai, And Transferred To Frankfurt. The W.H.O.  Identified A Cluster Of Corona-Virus Outside Of A Small Village In Mumbai. This May Be The Virus That Caused Carlos’s Symptoms.
  • Alex Puts Dr. Wilson In Isolation. Alex Thinks That Dr. Wilson May Have Contracted The Corona-Virus, From Carlos.
  • Carol’s Procedure Begins.
  • Charlie’s Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Begins, And Charlie Finds Himself Outside Of The Hospital, With A Cut On His Forehead. It Seems That Charlie Is Experiencing Some Sort Of Hallucination.
  • An Infectious Disease Expert (Dr. Peter Hibs) Arrives At The Hospital. Peter Hopes To Learn More About The Virus, And It’s Pattern, etc.
  • Alex Decides Not To Stop Charlie’s Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. Alex Would Have To Enter Charlie’s Room, To Turn Of The T.M.S. Machine. Once Alex Opened The Doors To Charlie’s Room, Charlie Would Be Exposed To The Virus. Alex Orders That Charlie’s Room Remain Sealed, Until The Virus Out Break Is Solved.
  • Charlie Begins Wandering Around The City, And Stumbles Upon A Car Accident. The People In The Destroyed Car Are Charlie’s Parents. It Seems That Charlie Is Still Hallucinating, As His Parents’ Car Accident Happened Years Ago.
  • Carol Is Informed That Her Procedure Went Extremely Well.
  • Maggie Accidentally Reveals To Carol That A Virus Has Broken Out, At The Hospital. This News Makes Carol Extremely Worried.
  • Dr. Pratt Begins Coughing, And Collapses, On The Floor.
  • Joel, Victor, And Alex Are Put In Quarantine. The 3 Are Put Into Quarantine, As They Were The Other 3 People That Helped Dr. Pratt Perform Carlos’ Surgery. Peter Fears That Alex, Joel, And Victor Have Been Infected.
  • The Hospital Is Put On Lockdown, Due To The Virus. No-One Is Allowed To Enter, Nor Exit, The Hospital.
  • Victor’s Temperature Rises To Nearly 100. This Means That Victor Has A Fever.
  • Charlie Continues To Hallucinate.
  • This Hospital Is Put Under Full Quarantine. This Means That All Movement Inside Of The Hospital, Must Cease, Immediately.
  • Victor’s Temperature Continues To Rise.
  • Victor Calls Sahir, And Victor Informs Sahir Of His Condition.
  • Maggie And Gavin Repair Their Friendship (And It Seems That They May Progress To A Romantic Relationship).
  • Dr. Wilson Seizes, And Ultimately Dies.
  • Alex Informs Joel That She Knows He’s Cheating On Maggie. This Leads To A Heated Argument, And Joel Even Kisses Alex. This Kiss Is Unwelcome, And Alex Slaps Joel.
  • Dr. Pratt Seizes, And Ultimately Dies.
  • After Doing Some Research, Peter Tells Dana That The Virus’s Incubation Period Is Only 12 Hours, And The Virus Isn’t Airborne, But Rather, It’s Transmitted Directly From Person To Person Via Direct Contact. This Means That The Hospital’s Quarantine Can Be Lifted.
  • The 12 Hours Has Passed, And Everyone Who Had The Virus, Is Now Well Again.
  • Gavin Begins Talking With Carol, About Her Superstitions. Gavin Hopes To Get Carol To Stop Being So Dependant On Her Superstitions.
  • Victor’s Fever Begins To Go Down. Victor Is Getting Well, And He Is Able To Re-Unite With Sahir.
  • Joel And Maggie End Their Romantic Relationship.
  • Charlie Actually, Physically Moves. This May Be A Sign That He’s Close To Waking Up (And Staying Awake).
  • It’s Revealed That Charlie Was In Fact In The Car, With His Parents, During His Parents’ Accident.

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Saving Hope Was Magnificent! In Tonight’s Episode, A Virus Breaks Out At The Hospital, Which Causes The Hospital To Be Out Under Quarantine. A Sizeable Amount Of The Hospital Staff Are Put Into Isolation, Due To Exposure To The Virus. An Infectious Disease Expert Is Called In, And He Ultimately Says That The Virus Is Only Active For 12 Hours. The 12 Hours Passes, And The Hospital Resumes It’s Normal Routine. Some Of The Staff Was Infected By The Virus, But The All Became Well, Again. Tonight’s Episode Had An Unusual Amount Of Romance In It. New Relationships Started, And Old Ones Ended. I’ve Been A Fan Of The Show Since The 2nd Episode Of The Season, And I’m Beginning To Like It Even More, As Each Episode Passes. I’m Pretty Sure That After This Season, Saving Hope Will Be Cancelled In The U.S., As The Ratings Have Been Poor. However, The Show Has Already Been Renewed For A Second Season, In Canada. Overall, I Would Absolutely Recommend Saving Hope. Watch Saving Hope Live: Thursday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

 

~ Scott R.

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Comments
  1. I didn’t get why everyone else died from the virus but yet Victor gets better. I’m glad he did but I still didn’t understand why that was. I really like this show but I think it would go over better if Charlie would just wake up. Then it would just be another hospital drama\soap that people could get into for the story of the characters instead of the whole I’m almost dead thing.

    • Scott Roach says:

      I Think The Other People Died, Because Their Immune System Was Weaker. The Incubation Period For The Virus Was 12 Hours, So The People With The Stronger Immune Systems Made It Past 12 Hours, And They Began To Get Well. And I Too Wish Charlie Would Wake Up. I Really Thought He Was Going To Stay Awake In This Episode, When He Was Shown Opening His Eyes.

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