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Ends 12/31/15. 'The Concert.' (Season One Finale) Phyllis (Molly Shannon), the daughter of an ailing patient, gets the travel runaround as her mother's condition worsens, improves, and worsens again. After criticizing a proposal to add men to the ward, Jenna tries to leverage her Cleveland opportunity into concessions from Dr. Stickley. Patsy goes the distance with Dawn; DiDi recovers a debt.
DiDi's nightshift in the ward is turned upside down after the arrival of a new patient and several unwelcome, inebriated visitors. Stopping by after a (lamentable) dinner party, Dr. James attends to her drunken husband Richard's ingrown toenail; a woozy Dawn looks for stopgap comforts in the lounge; and an elderly Swedish tourist shows off her gymnastic chops.
Dr. James decides to implement a geriatric exercise program in the ward, upsetting Patsy. DiDi discloses Patsy's relationship with Dawn to her union rep as proof her homophobic comment wasn't serious. A homeless woman, and her accompanying stench, is suspiciously dumped in the ward. Dawn wins the grand prize in Dr. James' charity raffle. Dr. James considers relocating.
Ends 12/31/15. 'Make Someone Happy.' DiDi ends up in conflict resolution after Patsy files a grievance against her for inappropriate remarks. Dawn learns that intimacy with a co-worker is no guarantee of evaluation immunity. Dr. James and Patsy go head-to-head when she decides to skip the 'Make Someone Happy' orientation. A gentleman caller sends shock waves through the ward.
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