Hank Lawson

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In the second season, she becomes increasingly wary of her wedding, culminating in her becoming infatuated with Adam, one of HankMed's patients.

In the season finale, after she and Raj are exposed to pneumonic plague , Divya decides to call off her wedding once and for all, as she felt the universe had sent her "one sign too many" that she could not ignore.

In the season premiere, Divya broke the news to her parents that she and Raj had broken off their engagement.

Divya's mother tries to convince her to beg Raj to take her back. She tells her parents that she refuses to go along with their wishes and wants to marry for love instead, which upsets her father.

In the episode "But There's a Catch", all signs point to the fact that Divya has been financially cut off by her parents after refusing to go through with the marriage, as her credit which was still in her father's name was refused when buying supplies for HankMed, her car was repossessed, and Evan finds out that she has not cashed any of the checks paid to her through the practice.

Hank and Evan allow Divya to stay with them until she gets back on her feet, even going so far as to buy her a car.

Divya eventually moves into a place of her own, only to discover that Raj's parents expect her personally to pay off the expenses they put into the engagement and wedding.

Rather than sell her shares of HankMed to them, as they had intended, Divya takes a part-time shift at Hamptons Heritage to pay off the debt, but the mounting demands on her time juggling both jobs has serious consequences which cause her to resign of her own accord.

By the end of the third season, Evan comes up with a solution to her debt problem. In Season 4, Divya and Rafa were married in Las Vegas but in the season finale of Season 4, Divya says they need to end it, as she burns their license.

It is revealed in Episode 1 of Season 5 that Divya is pregnant with Rafa's baby. In "Bones to Pick" Divya falls down in pain and is rushed to the hospital where she, Hank, Evan, and Paige discover that she has a subchorionic hemorrhage behind the placenta.

Jeremiah shows up at the hospital to see Divya after Evan calls him to talk to Divya. Everyone else leaves the room and Jeremiah admits his feelings to Divya.

When Divya is put on bedrest, Jeremiah offers to take care of her, since she lives with him. Divya worries that he may still be in love with her and she says she doesn't want to take advantage of him, but Jeremiah says that he's outgrown his original feelings for her but that he hasn't outgrown his friendship with her.

In Season 6, Divya has a party for her newborn little girl and the "army of random Hampton notables" her father invited. In the Season 7 finale, Divya and Raj attend the funeral rites of her grandmother.

Later, Raj and Divya admit that they love each another; he proposes to Divya and she accepts. In the final season, Divya is pregnant with her second child, a boy and Raj is the father.

She is also accepted at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and begins studying to become a full-fledged doctor. In the series' pilot, Hank saves the life of April, a guest at Boris' party and Boris rewards Hank with a bar of solid gold, a job as concierge doctor, and use of his guest house.

He has apparently referred several of Hank's patients to him and admits to "having plans" for Hank. Boris is extremely secretive, having moved to the Hamptons specifically to stay out of the public eye.

Boris sometimes uses his money to bend and break rules. He owns a shark which was being used in a medical experiment and injures one of the scientists in one episode.

Hank states after a physical examination that Boris is in almost perfect physical health, yet Hank knows that something is wrong.

It is later discovered that Boris has a genetic disease that has affected, at least, the past three generations of his family.

The condition causes a lack of muscle control, degenerating brain function, and death around the age of Boris is somewhat cavalier about experimentation to cure his disease; this has led to unintended side effects such as muscle spasms and temporary blindness from not heeding Hank's advice.

In Season two, Boris agrees to let Hank "quarterback" a cooperative effort between all of Boris' former doctors and researchers.

Hank's first point of contact is for Dr. Marisa Casseras in Cuba, which is fortunate for Boris as they were former lovers.

In "Medusa" they fly to Cuba to consult her; having diagnosed the condition, she allows for Boris to enter a clinical trial on the condition.

While Hank suggests further research to confirm its success and validity, Boris begins treatment the next day. During a code blue where Boris crashes and needs to reboot, which loses the data for the trial but keeps him alive.

He later decides to stay for an extended period to reconnect to Marisa, and he announces his news that Marisa will be defecting upon his return in "Whole Lotto Love".

However, by the last episode it seems that she was arrested and detained, leaving a distressed, helpless Boris. At one point, Jill drops Boris' name in an attempt to prevent the hospital board's closing down her free clinic in an attempt to take it over; the stratagem works, but at the cost of losing Boris as a donor, as his privacy as an anonymous donor was violated.

He is seen in the half-season finale flying out in a helicopter, despite his weakness, and retrieving Marisa from custody by unknown means.

Also as a precaution against Eddie, he begins an investigation into the Lawsons to determine their implicitness in Eddie's role as a confidential informant, using his aide Catherine Rena Sofer posing as a patient.

His findings are revealed to the family, which resulted in Eddie's heart attack. When it seems certain that Eddie will be convicted and sentenced to prison, he offers to have Eddie spirited out of the country and beyond extradition , but he makes it clear to Eddie that he is doing this for Hank and Evan's benefit because he believes that the brothers will be better off without Eddie in their lives.

When he learns that Marisa is pregnant with his child and that Hank knew but did not tell him, he evicts Hank and Evan from his summer house.

However, realizing his rashness and accepting the strength of Hank's ethics, he asks Hank to come back in Season 3 and HankMed moves back into the summer home.

Hank discovers that Boris was poisoned with thallium, which caused, among other things, muscle spasms.

The diagnosis was made on the basis of Boris' blood causing Hank's bare hand to tingle. The poison was found in the swimming pool, and Dieter was nowhere to be found.

They discuss the possibility that Boris' family inheritance of illness may have been the result of "family politics". Things become more complicated when a member of Boris' family comes for a visit, bringing hopes of reconciliation.

Boris is involved with Dimitri in a secret, multinational operation in Season 4. In the episode Off-Season's Greetings , it is hinted that he faked his own death in an explosion at Shadow Pond.

In one episode Boris mentions visiting his family in Kleinwalsertal, Austria. She is somewhat domineering, as is her father, who is a retired general.

She is also naive, and believes that any problem can be solved by money. She engages in many hobbies befitting her high social status including hunting, painting, golf, and surfing, and has a long list of connections she can call upon.

Her first appearance, "Comfort's Overrated", was when her boyfriend Graham, a man in his 50s, was injured in a surfing accident.

She attempts to hire Hank as a "faux-beau", a fake boyfriend to cover from her parents who are questioning her lack of evidence of having a boyfriend.

While Hank declines, Evan manages to convince her to hire him, which leads to a day of makeovers and photo shoots. During this, Evan begins to fall in love with her, which Paige fails to or refuses to consider.

Graham breaks up with her as he leaves for his African photo shoot, wishing that she did not feel the need to hide him from her parents.

However, her "faux-beau" diversion was still in effect, and in "Frenemies" Evan is taken to meet her parents. When her father blindsides them by taking them to a year-round hunting grounds, Evan's inadequacy leads to his suffering a minor injury.

After realizing Evan's dedication to her, and hearing his heartfelt, unrehearsed speech on her own dedications, she decides to take him out for dinner.

There are some major ups and downs in their relationship and at the end of the second season she invites Evan to join her in a trip to Europe; at Hank's urging he agrees.

In the third season, Evan proposed to Paige. In the fourth season, Paige found out she was adopted. At the Season 4 finale, Paige and Evan are married.

They marry with Eddie as the minister his license from the internet which turns out, in Season 5, to not be legal in the Hamptons township bylaws.

In the fifth season, Paige is offered a job for a few months in Paris, just after Evan is elected into the township council.

Paige says she thinks they need distance from everything that is getting in the way of their marriage. Evan finally acts like an adult and puts his and Paige's relationship above his own ambitions.

Paige says that Kristoff can go to Paris and she'll stay here with Evan but the first thing they need to do is to get legally married and go to marriage counseling as Evan says at the same time that they should go on their honeymoon.

They then agree that they should go on a honeymoon. In the sixth season, Hank offers his spare room, but Paige and Evan rent a new home and insist that Emma stay with them.

Their landlord helps them realise mid-squabble, that Paige and Evan tend to put others needs above their own and they "do this to ourselves.

One of the plotlines in the final two seasons is her and Evan's struggle to become pregnant, a goal made difficult because of Evan's low sperm count and motility , culminating in Season 8 in an in vitro fertilisation that, despite some premature false alarms to the negative from a home pregnancy kit, prove successful.

Sacani is an excellent physician, but is extremely socially inept. He often is uncomfortable around people, preferring to distance himself to the point that he memorized his patients by Social Security Number rather than by name.

He is shown to have a small amount of hero worship for Hank, whom he desperately wants to impress. He falls in love with Divya, very early on after he is hired, but she is unaware and it is so difficult to work with her while she's dating Rafa that he leaves to go on a research trip to Iceland.

When Divya's house needs to go under construction to get rid of a toxic mold and to add a window to her walk-in closet for her new nursery, Jeremiah offers to share his home with Divya.

He, at first, finds it very difficult to share his personal space with her when she tries to add a little homey touch to the kitchen by adding a bouquet of flowers and a throw.

He later realises she is nesting and becomes more comfortable with her there. It isn't until Season 5's "Bones to Pick" that Jeremiah admits to Divya how much he cares for her and her friendship.

When Divya is put on bedrest, Jeremiah offers to take care of her, since she already still lives with him. Also in Season 5, Jeremiah officially resigns from HankMed after feeling like he was manipulated and used by Hank when Hank asked him for a prescription for pain medication after his head surgery.

Hank offers Jeremiah another option: that he can work at HankMed but never have to work with Hank because Jeremiah would be in charge, not Hank.

In Season 6, Jeremiah struggles with living with Divya and her new baby because the baby is so messy, chaotic, and keeps burping on him he even goes so far as to go into his closet and yell into a pillow to let out his frustrations.

After Hank gets back from being a helicopter doctor, he asks Jeremiah if he wants to continue being the HankMed Director, which Jeremiah says he does.

Jeremiah begins frequenting a pub for lunch and seems to be building feelings for Viviana, the bartender at the pub. Emily Peck Anastasia Griffith : A rival concierge doctor.

She is young and overachieving, with an arrogant, perfectionist attitude. She has a podcast and believes in schmoozing her patients much more than Hank does.

She is hired by Boris as a substitute for Hank during his extended stay in Cuba, and Divya has trouble putting up with her. She later moves to the Hamptons, claiming that the Hamptons are big enough for the both of them, leading to conflict when she attempts to secure her own position through aggressive marketing.

She eventually leaves to San Diego during "Big Whoop" to deal with family. She is more cautious socially, legally and pragmatically, as she refuses to react to calls for a doctor unless she can be sure it would not legally endanger her.

Her attitude to medicine leads to many conflicts; rather than using the most medically sound practice, she would rather use a more well-received treatment to keep her patients liking her.

Nevertheless, her perfectionism leads to hold all to high standards, including herself; any clinical error she makes she finds distressing.

She and Hank carry on a relationship for portions of the second season, but the relationship ends when Emily is either unwilling or unable to share of herself with Hank as much as he hoped.

Poplawski and Libby is his girlfriend. Tucker and Libby were injured when Tucker crashed his father's Ferrari F Libby's injuries are mild, but she proves to be a cyberchondriac and thanks to the Internet is prone to bouts of medical babbling.

She is also a health nut, prompting Tucker to state, "she has food so fresh you can taste the dirt"; Tucker describes Libby as "a handful" but quickly adds "but the best usually are.

Hank performs a MacGyver -like procedure to stabilize him such procedures are pretty commonplace in the series. The elder Bryant, however, is rarely home, which causes Hank to become a surrogate father to Tucker.

Later in Season 2, in the episode In Vino Veritas , it is revealed that Tucker's father is a substance abuser after a severe withdrawal overseen by Hank, Tucker takes his father to a rehab center in New Canaan, Connecticut and that Tucker's grandfather has "cut off" Tucker's father.

Tucker is now in charge of his father's finances. Libby's parents are revealed to have divorced several years earlier after Libby's bisexual mother left her father for another woman named Anna Camille Chen.

At some time between Seasons 4 and 8, revealed in the series finale episode "Uninterrupted", Tucker and Libby split up permanently and Libby, her cyberchondria now totally controlled, becomes involved in humanitarian causes.

He is rarely home, leaving Tucker to fend for himself. He is also domineering, and does not like it when Hank or Tucker stand up to him.

In one episode, he is revealed to have a substance abuse problem. Marshall attempts to use a rapid detoxification program, which almost kills him, yet he continues to use drugs.

Tucker responds by telling his father that what he wants for his birthday present is for his father to get clean, and he is last seen being driven by Tucker to a detox center.

In the second season it is revealed that he has been cut off from his money by his father and all the money has been left to Tucker.

He is portrayed as a pompous jerk unable to take no for an answer, yet seemingly liked among the higher staff, where Jill once stated, "through any disaster he has come out of clean, leaving me to clean up the mess".

When things do not work out with Jill, she gives him an ultimatum to choose between her and his job, and he chooses his job. When Jill attempts to file for divorce, Charlie flees the country to invalidate it, though when he returns, he hints that he might let the divorce go through, yet he repeatedly postpones signing it to try to woo her.

He is alluded to in several episodes, most of the times being brought up by Jill when Hank does something that reminds her of Charlie and makes her believe she is making the same mistake again.

Charlie eventually makes an appearance halfway through the first season, when he confronts Jill and gets brambles removed by Hank.

He also gets his old job back at Hamptons Heritage. He is trying to win Jill back, which complicates things with Jill and Hank and hinders their relationship for a while.

In the first season finale, she kicks Charlie out of her house after he lies to her. It is also revealed he quit from Hamptons Heritage and moved away.

After the resignation of Charlie, Blair believes Jill is a liability to the hospital. She becomes one of Hank's clients when her son develops carbon monoxide poisoning from an improperly vented hot tub.

In the second season, she often tries to interfere with Jill's free clinic proposal, although she claims it is because of the board's decision.

Divya broke off the engagement at the end of Season 2 partly for the need for independence and partly because she felt she and Raj were not fated for one another.

They reconnected in Season 7 after each had a failed marriage and children and were finally married. In the final season, they are expecting a baby boy, their first child together.

In the first episode, when one of her saline implants fails, Hank empties her other implant to make both breasts even.

In the third episode, Evan signs her to a summer-long retainer for a large amount of money. They would always joke around with each other and try to make the other person laugh harder.

Evan R. Lawson frequently commented about how much Hank loved their dad and how Hank worshipped him.

But when Evan and Hank's mother became sick, Eddie walked out on the family, unable to handle seeing his wife die. Therefore, Hank was left as the head of the family, taking the task of raising his younger brother and caring for his mother until her death.

Because Hank's mother didn't have much money, they moved apartments a lot. Hank and Evan frequently had to share a room, a recollection which often comes up when either he or Evan see a set of bunk beds.

Following their mother's death, Hank sought to pursue a career as a doctor for numerous reasons. After he and Evan were left on their own, Hank realized the importance of obtaining a career which would assure him financial independence, which in turn also influenced Evan to pursue a career in business.

In addition, his early life experiences enstilled in him numerous skills in problem solving and a staunch reluctance to accept what he cannot change.

Hank was a well known, respected doctor for most of his adult life while living in New York City. He was engaged to a woman named Nikki.

One day though, Hank's life took an unexpected turn when a series of events which Jill later noted to him as just being bad luck, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

On a sunny late spring afternoon, Hank was playing basketball with some other guys on a public basketball court, when one of the other players fell to the ground and became unconscious.

After confirming cardiac arrest, Hank quickly started treating the young man, and when he realized the EMT's wouldn't reach them in time, he and the other men he was playing basketball with made a makeshift backboard and transported the patient in the bed of an SUV to Brooklyn Heights Mercy Hospital.

Before Hank started operating on the young man, Hank learned that one of the hospital's major sponsors, Clayton Gardner, was also in the hospital after an apparent heart attack.

Once Mr. Gardner was stable, Hank saw that the young man he had treated before needed more attention, so he decided that he could operate on the young man first, then operate on Mr.

Gardner, being able to save them both. However, while Hank was operating on the young man, Mr. Gardner died.

This lead to Hank being reviewed by the hospital board through a disciplinary hearing. After Hank trying to explain why his actions were as they were, the board fired Hank from the hospital.

With this forthcoming, Hank's life began to fall apart around him. Falling into a depressive state, Hank's life crumbled. He sat around in sweats, watched television and movies, and accumulated take out garbage.

In addition, Nikki sided with the hospital in blaming Hank for Mr. Gardner's death, which ultimately led to Hank calling off their engagement. She returned her engagement ring to him, and harshly scolded him for not being able to accept what he cannot change.

That was the last time Hank saw her, though she would later call him on his cell phone on the day their wedding was planned to have taken place on.

Just after a team of movers finished moving Nikki's furniture from Hank's apartment, Evan visited Hank, insisting Hank accompany him on a weekend vacation to Long Island.

After checking into a hotel, Hank accompanies Evan in crashing a party at the estate of Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz, more officially known as Shadow Pond, In Sagaponack, just outside of Bridgehampton.

While not as interested in the festivities as Evan, Hank overhears some commotion over April, one of the party guests, suffering from what a private practitioner, Dr.

Silver, unknowingly misdiagnoses as a drug overdose. Hank intervenes, pointing out a few symptoms Dr. Silver had missed, and after asking April's boyfriend where the two had been prior to her ailment, he is able to conclude insecticide poisoning.

After this discovery, Hank points out to Dr. Silver the consequences of assuming the worst in people; that it halters properly resolving such a case by not exploring all possibilities.

After injecting April with the first part of the antidote for such poisoning, Boris objects, wishing to seek an alternative method of helping the ailing guest without invading his own privacy.

In addition, Boris points out that Hampton's Heritage, the local hospital, doesn't exactly have the best reputation for providing medical care, referring to the facility as being a 'glorified taco stand.

Hank proceeds to treat April, and she eventually begins to recover. When Boris asks Hank where he practices medicine and learns of what happened in New York City, he scoffs at Brooklyn Heights Mercy's reason for firing him.

Later on, while Boris offers to compensate Hank for his services, it is here that Hank first learns about the profession of Concierge Doctor, basically being a private practitioner for the upper class.

Hank declines to accept any compensation, stating he was ethically obliged to intervene and standing by his earlier claim that emergency services should have been contacted.

Noting Hank's skill and level of care towards April, Boris asks Hank to stay on for the summer in his guest cottage, which Hank again declines.

Hank pulls Evan away from the party and as they are leaving Shadow Pond, Evan discovers a briefcase in the back seat with a note attached, inscribed 'The Doctor'.

The briefcase is from Boris, and contains a bar of gold as payment for Hank's help that night. The morning after the party, Hank receives a phone call from a Mr.

Bryant, requesting his immediate assistance. Upon his arrival at the address he is sent, Hank meets sixteen-year-old Tucker Bryant and his girlfriend Libby, who had been involved in a car accident.

When Hank asks Tucker how he got his number, Tucker explains that his father had left a list of emergency phone numbers, and under the listing of Concierge Doctor, the number of Dr.

Silver, the doctor he had met the night before at Shadow Pond, had been crossed out and replaced with Hank's number. He treats Libby for a facial laceration and also diagnoses her as being a cyberchondriac, explaining her obsession with researching medical terminology online.

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In the season finale, after she and Raj are exposed to pneumonic plague , Divya decides to call off her wedding once and for all, as she felt the universe had sent her "one sign too many" that she could not ignore.

In the season premiere, Divya broke the news to her parents that she and Raj had broken off their engagement.

Divya's mother tries to convince her to beg Raj to take her back. She tells her parents that she refuses to go along with their wishes and wants to marry for love instead, which upsets her father.

In the episode "But There's a Catch", all signs point to the fact that Divya has been financially cut off by her parents after refusing to go through with the marriage, as her credit which was still in her father's name was refused when buying supplies for HankMed, her car was repossessed, and Evan finds out that she has not cashed any of the checks paid to her through the practice.

Hank and Evan allow Divya to stay with them until she gets back on her feet, even going so far as to buy her a car. Divya eventually moves into a place of her own, only to discover that Raj's parents expect her personally to pay off the expenses they put into the engagement and wedding.

Rather than sell her shares of HankMed to them, as they had intended, Divya takes a part-time shift at Hamptons Heritage to pay off the debt, but the mounting demands on her time juggling both jobs has serious consequences which cause her to resign of her own accord.

By the end of the third season, Evan comes up with a solution to her debt problem. In Season 4, Divya and Rafa were married in Las Vegas but in the season finale of Season 4, Divya says they need to end it, as she burns their license.

It is revealed in Episode 1 of Season 5 that Divya is pregnant with Rafa's baby. In "Bones to Pick" Divya falls down in pain and is rushed to the hospital where she, Hank, Evan, and Paige discover that she has a subchorionic hemorrhage behind the placenta.

Jeremiah shows up at the hospital to see Divya after Evan calls him to talk to Divya. Everyone else leaves the room and Jeremiah admits his feelings to Divya.

When Divya is put on bedrest, Jeremiah offers to take care of her, since she lives with him. Divya worries that he may still be in love with her and she says she doesn't want to take advantage of him, but Jeremiah says that he's outgrown his original feelings for her but that he hasn't outgrown his friendship with her.

In Season 6, Divya has a party for her newborn little girl and the "army of random Hampton notables" her father invited. In the Season 7 finale, Divya and Raj attend the funeral rites of her grandmother.

Later, Raj and Divya admit that they love each another; he proposes to Divya and she accepts. In the final season, Divya is pregnant with her second child, a boy and Raj is the father.

She is also accepted at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and begins studying to become a full-fledged doctor.

In the series' pilot, Hank saves the life of April, a guest at Boris' party and Boris rewards Hank with a bar of solid gold, a job as concierge doctor, and use of his guest house.

He has apparently referred several of Hank's patients to him and admits to "having plans" for Hank. Boris is extremely secretive, having moved to the Hamptons specifically to stay out of the public eye.

Boris sometimes uses his money to bend and break rules. He owns a shark which was being used in a medical experiment and injures one of the scientists in one episode.

Hank states after a physical examination that Boris is in almost perfect physical health, yet Hank knows that something is wrong. It is later discovered that Boris has a genetic disease that has affected, at least, the past three generations of his family.

The condition causes a lack of muscle control, degenerating brain function, and death around the age of Boris is somewhat cavalier about experimentation to cure his disease; this has led to unintended side effects such as muscle spasms and temporary blindness from not heeding Hank's advice.

In Season two, Boris agrees to let Hank "quarterback" a cooperative effort between all of Boris' former doctors and researchers.

Hank's first point of contact is for Dr. Marisa Casseras in Cuba, which is fortunate for Boris as they were former lovers.

In "Medusa" they fly to Cuba to consult her; having diagnosed the condition, she allows for Boris to enter a clinical trial on the condition.

While Hank suggests further research to confirm its success and validity, Boris begins treatment the next day. During a code blue where Boris crashes and needs to reboot, which loses the data for the trial but keeps him alive.

He later decides to stay for an extended period to reconnect to Marisa, and he announces his news that Marisa will be defecting upon his return in "Whole Lotto Love".

However, by the last episode it seems that she was arrested and detained, leaving a distressed, helpless Boris. At one point, Jill drops Boris' name in an attempt to prevent the hospital board's closing down her free clinic in an attempt to take it over; the stratagem works, but at the cost of losing Boris as a donor, as his privacy as an anonymous donor was violated.

He is seen in the half-season finale flying out in a helicopter, despite his weakness, and retrieving Marisa from custody by unknown means.

Also as a precaution against Eddie, he begins an investigation into the Lawsons to determine their implicitness in Eddie's role as a confidential informant, using his aide Catherine Rena Sofer posing as a patient.

His findings are revealed to the family, which resulted in Eddie's heart attack. When it seems certain that Eddie will be convicted and sentenced to prison, he offers to have Eddie spirited out of the country and beyond extradition , but he makes it clear to Eddie that he is doing this for Hank and Evan's benefit because he believes that the brothers will be better off without Eddie in their lives.

When he learns that Marisa is pregnant with his child and that Hank knew but did not tell him, he evicts Hank and Evan from his summer house.

However, realizing his rashness and accepting the strength of Hank's ethics, he asks Hank to come back in Season 3 and HankMed moves back into the summer home.

Hank discovers that Boris was poisoned with thallium, which caused, among other things, muscle spasms. The diagnosis was made on the basis of Boris' blood causing Hank's bare hand to tingle.

The poison was found in the swimming pool, and Dieter was nowhere to be found. They discuss the possibility that Boris' family inheritance of illness may have been the result of "family politics".

Things become more complicated when a member of Boris' family comes for a visit, bringing hopes of reconciliation. Boris is involved with Dimitri in a secret, multinational operation in Season 4.

In the episode Off-Season's Greetings , it is hinted that he faked his own death in an explosion at Shadow Pond. In one episode Boris mentions visiting his family in Kleinwalsertal, Austria.

She is somewhat domineering, as is her father, who is a retired general. She is also naive, and believes that any problem can be solved by money.

She engages in many hobbies befitting her high social status including hunting, painting, golf, and surfing, and has a long list of connections she can call upon.

Her first appearance, "Comfort's Overrated", was when her boyfriend Graham, a man in his 50s, was injured in a surfing accident.

She attempts to hire Hank as a "faux-beau", a fake boyfriend to cover from her parents who are questioning her lack of evidence of having a boyfriend.

While Hank declines, Evan manages to convince her to hire him, which leads to a day of makeovers and photo shoots. During this, Evan begins to fall in love with her, which Paige fails to or refuses to consider.

Graham breaks up with her as he leaves for his African photo shoot, wishing that she did not feel the need to hide him from her parents.

However, her "faux-beau" diversion was still in effect, and in "Frenemies" Evan is taken to meet her parents. When her father blindsides them by taking them to a year-round hunting grounds, Evan's inadequacy leads to his suffering a minor injury.

After realizing Evan's dedication to her, and hearing his heartfelt, unrehearsed speech on her own dedications, she decides to take him out for dinner.

There are some major ups and downs in their relationship and at the end of the second season she invites Evan to join her in a trip to Europe; at Hank's urging he agrees.

In the third season, Evan proposed to Paige. In the fourth season, Paige found out she was adopted. At the Season 4 finale, Paige and Evan are married.

They marry with Eddie as the minister his license from the internet which turns out, in Season 5, to not be legal in the Hamptons township bylaws.

In the fifth season, Paige is offered a job for a few months in Paris, just after Evan is elected into the township council.

Paige says she thinks they need distance from everything that is getting in the way of their marriage. Evan finally acts like an adult and puts his and Paige's relationship above his own ambitions.

Paige says that Kristoff can go to Paris and she'll stay here with Evan but the first thing they need to do is to get legally married and go to marriage counseling as Evan says at the same time that they should go on their honeymoon.

They then agree that they should go on a honeymoon. In the sixth season, Hank offers his spare room, but Paige and Evan rent a new home and insist that Emma stay with them.

Their landlord helps them realise mid-squabble, that Paige and Evan tend to put others needs above their own and they "do this to ourselves.

One of the plotlines in the final two seasons is her and Evan's struggle to become pregnant, a goal made difficult because of Evan's low sperm count and motility , culminating in Season 8 in an in vitro fertilisation that, despite some premature false alarms to the negative from a home pregnancy kit, prove successful.

Sacani is an excellent physician, but is extremely socially inept. He often is uncomfortable around people, preferring to distance himself to the point that he memorized his patients by Social Security Number rather than by name.

He is shown to have a small amount of hero worship for Hank, whom he desperately wants to impress. He falls in love with Divya, very early on after he is hired, but she is unaware and it is so difficult to work with her while she's dating Rafa that he leaves to go on a research trip to Iceland.

When Divya's house needs to go under construction to get rid of a toxic mold and to add a window to her walk-in closet for her new nursery, Jeremiah offers to share his home with Divya.

He, at first, finds it very difficult to share his personal space with her when she tries to add a little homey touch to the kitchen by adding a bouquet of flowers and a throw.

He later realises she is nesting and becomes more comfortable with her there. It isn't until Season 5's "Bones to Pick" that Jeremiah admits to Divya how much he cares for her and her friendship.

When Divya is put on bedrest, Jeremiah offers to take care of her, since she already still lives with him.

Also in Season 5, Jeremiah officially resigns from HankMed after feeling like he was manipulated and used by Hank when Hank asked him for a prescription for pain medication after his head surgery.

Hank offers Jeremiah another option: that he can work at HankMed but never have to work with Hank because Jeremiah would be in charge, not Hank.

In Season 6, Jeremiah struggles with living with Divya and her new baby because the baby is so messy, chaotic, and keeps burping on him he even goes so far as to go into his closet and yell into a pillow to let out his frustrations.

After Hank gets back from being a helicopter doctor, he asks Jeremiah if he wants to continue being the HankMed Director, which Jeremiah says he does.

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One day though, Hank's life took an unexpected turn when a series of events which Jill later noted to him as just being bad luck, and being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

On a sunny late spring afternoon, Hank was playing basketball with some other guys on a public basketball court, when one of the other players fell to the ground and became unconscious.

After confirming cardiac arrest, Hank quickly started treating the young man, and when he realized the EMT's wouldn't reach them in time, he and the other men he was playing basketball with made a makeshift backboard and transported the patient in the bed of an SUV to Brooklyn Heights Mercy Hospital.

Before Hank started operating on the young man, Hank learned that one of the hospital's major sponsors, Clayton Gardner, was also in the hospital after an apparent heart attack.

Once Mr. Gardner was stable, Hank saw that the young man he had treated before needed more attention, so he decided that he could operate on the young man first, then operate on Mr.

Gardner, being able to save them both. However, while Hank was operating on the young man, Mr. Gardner died. This lead to Hank being reviewed by the hospital board through a disciplinary hearing.

After Hank trying to explain why his actions were as they were, the board fired Hank from the hospital. With this forthcoming, Hank's life began to fall apart around him.

Falling into a depressive state, Hank's life crumbled. He sat around in sweats, watched television and movies, and accumulated take out garbage.

In addition, Nikki sided with the hospital in blaming Hank for Mr. Gardner's death, which ultimately led to Hank calling off their engagement.

She returned her engagement ring to him, and harshly scolded him for not being able to accept what he cannot change. That was the last time Hank saw her, though she would later call him on his cell phone on the day their wedding was planned to have taken place on.

Just after a team of movers finished moving Nikki's furniture from Hank's apartment, Evan visited Hank, insisting Hank accompany him on a weekend vacation to Long Island.

After checking into a hotel, Hank accompanies Evan in crashing a party at the estate of Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz, more officially known as Shadow Pond, In Sagaponack, just outside of Bridgehampton.

While not as interested in the festivities as Evan, Hank overhears some commotion over April, one of the party guests, suffering from what a private practitioner, Dr.

Silver, unknowingly misdiagnoses as a drug overdose. Hank intervenes, pointing out a few symptoms Dr.

Silver had missed, and after asking April's boyfriend where the two had been prior to her ailment, he is able to conclude insecticide poisoning. After this discovery, Hank points out to Dr.

Silver the consequences of assuming the worst in people; that it halters properly resolving such a case by not exploring all possibilities.

After injecting April with the first part of the antidote for such poisoning, Boris objects, wishing to seek an alternative method of helping the ailing guest without invading his own privacy.

In addition, Boris points out that Hampton's Heritage, the local hospital, doesn't exactly have the best reputation for providing medical care, referring to the facility as being a 'glorified taco stand.

Hank proceeds to treat April, and she eventually begins to recover. When Boris asks Hank where he practices medicine and learns of what happened in New York City, he scoffs at Brooklyn Heights Mercy's reason for firing him.

Later on, while Boris offers to compensate Hank for his services, it is here that Hank first learns about the profession of Concierge Doctor, basically being a private practitioner for the upper class.

Hank declines to accept any compensation, stating he was ethically obliged to intervene and standing by his earlier claim that emergency services should have been contacted.

Noting Hank's skill and level of care towards April, Boris asks Hank to stay on for the summer in his guest cottage, which Hank again declines.

Hank pulls Evan away from the party and as they are leaving Shadow Pond, Evan discovers a briefcase in the back seat with a note attached, inscribed 'The Doctor'.

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  1. Mern

    Ich entschuldige mich, aber diese Variante kommt mir nicht heran. Kann, es gibt noch die Varianten?

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