The lesson from The Resident Season 5 Episode 8? It’s never too late to change.
And change came for Chastain’s best in a variety of different ways.
Dr. Pravesh dealt with a corrupt system that wouldn’t offer help to a retired couple struggling to take care of themselves.
Pravesh has always wanted to change the system, but now, more than ever, he wants to do something meaningful.
It’s what pushed him to talk to Kit Voss about embracing clinical trials.
He wants to be part of the solution that ensures there is adequate treatment for those who really need it.
George and Celeste were a sweet couple, but it was clear the weight of taking care of her husband was getting to her. Eventually, it was important for Celeste to prioritize her own health in order to ensure that he would also be taken care of in the long run.
I’m always supportive of a woman advocating for herself. Though I’ll be honest, I love that we also got to see the other side of the coin with George explaining that he hates that his needs made his wife sick. I’m sure it’s not easy for a man, who is always considered the caretaker, to put all that pressure solely on his wife.
Kit hired DeSoto to coach Chastain’s self-proclaimed Kings of Surgery, and their egos were definitely a little bruised.
Bell and AJ spent much of the surgery gassing themselves up, so it was definitely painful to learn that Kit thought they could use coaching.
Even worse — DeSoto had a lot of notes about how they could improve, which meant that their technique wasn’t flawless after all.
While Bell was a little more adaptive, AJ pushed back on a lot of DeSoto’s suggestions because he felt he knew better.
However, once Bell applied the notes and excelled in surgery, AJ acknowledged that he probably could be more strategic in surgery.
And, if I’m interpreting the situation correctly, he also asked DeSoto to stick around to continue challenging him because he has a huge crush on her, right?
There was also Dr. Conrad better known as the hospital’s most eligible bachelor.
All the nurses were fawning over him, and while he definitely noticed, he wasn’t really comfortable with it.
It’s been years since Nic’s death, but Conrad still doesn’t feel like it’s the right time to move on.
However, with Billie’s blessing, he did indulge Marion, a daycare worker that Gigi loved.
Am I crazy or did it seem like Billie regretted giving Conrad the green light to move on from Nic because she has feelings for him?
That would be complicated. But she’s right that Nic wouldn’t want Conrad to be alone forever — she would want him and Gigi to find someone that could make them complete again.
Plus, I love how he manages to keep Nic’s memory alive. Gigi may not have known her mother, but you’d never tell by the way she talks about her mommy.
Admittedly, I don’t know if I’m ready for Conrad to move on mainly because I was so devoted to his relationship with Nic, but Marion seems like a really great person with a good heart.
If Conrad is going to move on, it better be with someone worthy of his and Gigi’s heart!
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The lesson from The Resident Season 5 Episode 8? It’s never too late to change. And change came for Chastain’s best in a variety of different ways. Dr. Pravesh dealt with a corrupt system that wouldn’t offer help to a retired couple struggling to take care of themselves. Pravesh has always wanted to change the
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