Red Band Society S1E10: What I Do For Love

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By Rachel DeSantis

This week’s “Red Band Society” was the midseason finale – so OF COURSE they torture us (as most shows do) with a cliffhanger that, for the first time all season, made me actually want to tune in to the next episode.

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Red Band Society S1E8: “Like Hilary Duff Taught Us”

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By Rachel DeSantis 

This week’s “Red Band Society” was probably the first one that didn’t warrant a plethora of snarky and mocking comments (not that that will stop me from making them). With Charlie beginning to emerge from his coma (his eyes are open and he is responsive, but he still can’t talk or move), Dr. Mandy Moore and Nurse Jackson seize the opportunity to bring in world-renowned Dr. Naday, a choosy neurology specialist who only sees a very limited number of patients.

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Red Band Society S1E7: Back to Reality

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By Rachel DeSantis 

This week on Red Band Society, we saw just how important Nurse Jackson is to Ocean View. With her suspension, everyone seems a little lost – and the kids (mainly Dash) are ready to do something about it.

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Red Band Society, S1E6: Ergo Ergo

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By Rachel DeSantis 

After a two-week long hiatus thanks to the World Series, “Red Band Society” was back this week and, as per usual, featured some pretty laughable antics from our lovable (maybe?) Ocean View gang.

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RED BAND SOCIETY, S1E2: Frat parties with blue solo cups don’t exist

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By Rachel DeSantis

This week on Red Band Society, aka “That Show About Things That Would Never Happen in a Real Hospital,” it’s the day Jordi is getting his leg amputated. Leo has promised to be there for him as soon as he wakes up, because Leo has also had his leg amputated and is the only one who understands. Unfortunately, Dr. McAndrew’s surgery doesn’t exactly go as planned and Jordi gets to keep his leg, much to Leo’s dismay. What Leo doesn’t realize, though, is that the leg can’t come off not because it’s healed – but because the cancer has spread.

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