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Esme finds out that Catherine is her biological mother.
Just when it seems like Dr. Black's getting her life at The Cube back on track, she's forced to face the consequences of her past actions. From the Black Box Season 1 episode, "Consequences."
Dr. Black must figure out how to help a patient who started suffering from Alien Hand Syndrome after he had brain surgery to cure his epilepsy.
Catherine and Bickman share a tender moment after a shooting at The Cube.
Dr. Black helps a patient who can no longer see colors.
Dr. Bickman tells Catherine he can't stop thinking about her, but she shuts him down.
Dr. Black proposes an alternative treatment to help her former colleague and friend, Dr. Reynaud, face his impending death. From the Black Box Season 1 episode, "Jerusalem."
When Mike, a patient at The Cube, becomes violent and threatens his doctor after being put on the wrong medication, Dr. Catherine Black steps in and helps calm him down.
When Esme confides that sometimes she feels like she's adopted, Catherine convinces her that Reagan is her real mother.
After undergoing treatment in rehab, Catherine returns to face the fallout at home and at The Cube. While trying to get her life back on track, Esme's biological father arrives and is in desperate need of a transplant.
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Danny, a 20 year old male, kills his mother and arrives at the Cube saying his head hurts and he has feelings that he can’t control. He feels great hostility with apparent provocation. During this time, Catherine and everyone else have no idea of the crime he has just committed. When a brain scan reveals a pecan sized tumor pressing against regions thought responsible for the regulation of strong emotions, Bickman confers that they need to operate ASAP but will need to call his mother, leading them to discover just how dangerous Danny’s condition is. Catherine also takes on a patient who has Alien Hand syndrome, where patients lose conscious control of a limb and the “alien” hand often thwarts what the other hand is doing. Catherine reveals to Hartramph that she slept with Bickman again and lied to Will about it. Esme overhears Will and Delilah arguing at the restaurant and pieces together that they have slept together.
After suffering a minor stroke, Frankie a make-up artist comes to Catherine to help him solve the one thing that no other doctor has been able to explain- he cannot see color. Once she discovers what she thinks is the cause, she must perform an intricate and complicated surgery that she hopes will solve the problem in the end and prevent any further strokes. Bickman must save a Pulitzer- Prize winning journalist who has been shot in the head by an errant bullet during a civil uprising in Tunisia. Catherine stresses about meeting Will’s family for the first time and confronts her fears of living a regular “normal” life.
Catherine learns that her father, a jazz pianist, is in town for a rare concert appearance. Their relationship is very strained and complicated. Owen works with Dr. Reggie Stark, the Under Secretary for Health from Veterans Affairs, on a special case involving Capt. Joseph Moran who is a decorated hero suffering from a war wound that that has become unbearable. They have tried everything to alleviate the pain but nothing works. Owen decides that Catherine should handle this case. Catherine learns that he is feeling pain in his left arm, but he has no left arm- it was amputated. Ali visits Leo who is recovering after the surgery to remove his benign but life- threatening brain tumor.
Bickman is visited by two of his friends, a married couple Tracy and Jacob Martin. Tracy tells him that Jacob has gone mad. He quit his job, refuses to go back to work, has liquidated their assets, and tried to give away their penthouse to the maid. Bickman refers them to Catherine and explains to her that the Martins are major philanthropists to many health charities including the Cube, so they should receive the VIP treatment. After talking to Jacob, who claims God has touched him, she believes that he may have a centuries old condition called Jerusalem Syndrome. Reynaud returns to the Cube for chemotherapy after he had surgery to remove his malignant glioblastoma. Unfortunately, his post surgery test results are not good. Esme asks for Elizabeths’ help to impress a boy she likes at school.
On her first official day engaged to Will, the couple awkwardly runs into Bickman, who does his best to hide his surprise. Once Will leaves, Bickman tells Catherine that she is a lone wolf like him, and will never be happily married to anyone. Ali becomes insecure with her abilities as a brain surgeon, unable to match Leo’s memory recall abilities. While Catherine discusses the differences between Ali & Leo, neurologists and surgeons with Ina, she accidentally drops her engagement ring down the drain. Even further tension erupts when Dr. Lolita Mahmoud arrives. She is the medicating psychiatrist who consults at the Cube, and her view of the brain is often diametrically opposed to Catherine’s.
Will admits to Catherine that he has cheated on her in the past. Meanwhile, Dr. Bickman is the hero of the hospital after performing emergency surgery on a famous pregnant opera singer during breakfast at a hotel with a bread knife. But the singer still fainted and became comatose from hitting her head. Catherine must find out why one of her patients keeps fainting, once during her Zumba class and another time while driving, causing a minor car accident. Regan reluctantly allows Esme to include Catherine in her school project- a video documentary about her family.
Will and Catherine must reestablish their relationship after Will learns she is bipolar. She admits that she may have cheated on him during one of her manic states in San Francisco. Catherine deals with a patient, Carrie, who has hallucinations of her head physically exploding before blacking out and falling in a public market. Two fourth year medical students Ali and Leo try to help her discover the cause of Carrie’s hallucinations. Her hallucinations are vivid and powerful, causing her to almost be outside her own body and witness her brain exploding. Owen Morely, the hospital’s medical director, holds a meeting to announce that if any doctor has a medical condition that could harm patients, they must come forward which makes Catherine very uneasy.
Red (James Spader) leads Liz (Megan Boone) in the search for a deranged chemical weapons expert who unleashed a rare but fatal disease in the Washington, DC subway.
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Emily's decision to start a relationship with Micah becomes even more complicated when Will hears about it and begins feeling jealous.
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When the hospital is inundated with bus crash victims during a winter storm, Emily is assigned to run triage in the E.R. During the chaos, Emily is forced to do an emergency skull procedure on a heroic Marine who suddenly collapses. Tyra bristles at her father's lack of respect for her as a doctor, but they later experience a breakthrough when they perform an emergency c-section together. Meanwhile, Will and Emily secretly work to help an unexpected patient leaving Cassandra to question Will's true feelings for Emily. Micah finally makes a bold decision in his personal life.
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When Emily, Will and Cassandra compete against each other to be Dr. Bandari's research assistant, feelings get hurt when they have to describe each other's flaws. Emily is determined to solve the medical mystery of a young patient whose x-rays reveal a bullet lodged in his lung, but who has no signs of a gunshot wound or scar. Meanwhile, Emily comes to a revelation about her personal life after diagnosing a daredevil with a rare disease that forces him to change his entire life.
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