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Royal Pains

Episode 5.12 : A Trismus Story

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TV Info


Episode Premiere

September 04, 2013

Distributor

USA Network

Genre

Drama

Show Period

2009 - now

Production Company

Prospect Park, Universal Cable Productions

Cast and Crew


Director

Tawnia McKiernan

Screenwriter

Constance M. Burge, Jack Bernstein

Main Cast

Synopsis


Hank is exhausted from fighting to stabilize Don all night after giving him the steroid shot that caused a violent reaction. Don remains in the ICU, still in a coma. Molly, frustrated with her father's condition, lashes out at Hank and leaves a mark to prove it.

Don finally awakens, worse for wear, but alive. Molly changes her tune and emphatically apologizes to Hank. But when she appears at Shadow Pond later on saying the exact same thing, Hank senses something is amiss, and discovers that Molly's life could be in grave danger if he doesn't act quickly.

It's also Election Day in the Hamptons, and Evan makes sure everyone at HankMed knows it. He and Paige hit the campaign trail to get Hamptonites to the polls, but turnout looks grim until Paige comes up with an idea. All might be for naught though when a live TV interview turns into a public spat between Evan and Blythe Ballard, and Blythe reveals some very startling information about Evan and Paige's marriage.

Divya, having learned about Jeremiah's feelings for her, isn't quite sure how to act around him anymore. But that doesn't keep them from seeing a patient together, star TV reporter Gina Black. Jeremiah diagnoses her with lockjaw, something that someone who talks for a living doesn't want to hear. And when her condition worsens, it gives "talking until you're blue in the face" a whole new meaning.

Shelby brings in a Symphony corporate lawyer to deal with the implications of Hank's tox screen results. She also speaks with Jeremiah about the prescription he wrote for Hank. Jeremiah begins to realize Hank's intentions might not have been entirely honorable, leading him to make a drastic decision.

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