The Resident

Aired: Apr 15, 2019 , Tuesday at 20:00 on FOX

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Episode Summary: Devon grows concerned when a mother's complaints go unaddressed after her delivery, and pushes Bell to take drastic measures. Conrad is faced with breaking the news to Nic regarding Jessie's worsening condition. Meanwhile, The Raptor, Mina and Kit spring into action when a mother and son enter the ER with devastating injuries.
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If Not Now, When?

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If Not Now, When? FAN COMMENTS (2)

  • Level 40
    Lame ass episode where whites are once again portrayed as racist towards minorities. It's getting old and if this shows keeps it up it will end up like all the other ones that failed.


  • Level 1
    You know, I thought maybe you were over reacting, because before this episode, yeah it was clear that's a bias leaning left af but it wasn't nearly as bad as sme shows, and I pirate stream the show so it's sorta w/e. But holy crap, I had to skip so much nof this episode. They didn';t even attempt to hide their propaganda level BS. And I agree, if they keep making more episodes like this, I'm done with it. This is NOT supposed to be boderline indotrication camps with out of context misleading meessages, it's supposed to be a medical drama. I wish I could rate it lower, sad that I can't. Actuallly registered just to leave feedback for this episode. F****** disgraceful episode.