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Hero Complex 

Malaya must inform a college student that she's been raped, while Willis and Campbell argue over a terminally ill woman who wishes to die on her own terms.

Director:

David Von Ancken

Writers:

Michael Seitzman (created by), Kayla Alpert | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marcia Gay Harden ... Dr. Leanne Rorish
Boris Kodjoe ... Will Campbell
Melanie Chandra ... Malaya Pineda
William Allen Young ... Dr. Rollie Guthrie (credit only)
Harry Ford ... Angus Leighton
Benjamin Hollingsworth ... Mario Savetti
Jillian Murray ... Heather Pinkney
Luis Guzmán ... Jesse Sallander
Rob Lowe ... Dr. Ethan Willis
Annabeth Gish ... Geraldine Lithwick
Noah Gray-Cabey ... Dr. Elliot Dixon
Emily Tyra ... Dr. Noa Kean
Steven Culp ... Desmond Leighton
Mark L. Young ... Justin Keller
Kevin Jackson ... Morty
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Storyline

After a frat party gone utterly out of control, the team treats a rape victim, alleged assailant Seth Greer and heroic rescuer Justin Keller, but the injuries don't match the above casting. Angus Leighton's big brother Mike finally wakes up and thanks him for being the wise proxy their father Desmond tried to overrule. Campbell isn't amused that his terminal cancer patient seeks Willis help for euthanasia. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Nicely done
29 March 2018 | by miguelgoodmanSee all my reviews

By episode 3, I was starting to lose interest in this show, but immediately after that, it just got so good. From episode 4 and on, it just keeps getting better and better. I was saying to myself that, if the show keeps up going downhill like that in episode 3 and 1, I won't keep watching, but suddenly, wow! I mean WOW! At any time I start to lose interest in this show, it just starts to surprise me and gets so much better.

I couldn't believe what I was watching. I am a 29 year old hetero male and I never cried so much to a simple television episode. This episode was very heavy and hard to watch. It takes a lot to impress me. This episode touched me. This was one of the few magical moments you get to witness on TV. It's an overwhelming experience that will grab you so hard, you won't be able to look away from the TV. If you cry easily (and I don't), have lots and lots of tissues nearby for this one.

To the writers - keep it up like this. It's totally awesome.


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