Every week on Royal Pains, Mark Feuerstein has to perform elaborate, death-defying — literally — operations on his patients. But for his third time in the director's chair for the USA show, he had to perform one of his toughest operations yet: The Heimlich Candy Dance.
"When we did the scene where Divya is giving Greer the Heimlich, there were rehearsals for days before with...
The family that conspires together stays together?
In this exclusive sneak peek from Wednesday's Royal Pains (9/8c, USA), Hank (Mark Feuerstein) finally tells Evan...
As Royal Pains' dark and mysterious multi-millionaire Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz, Campbell Scott is willing to go to great lengths to keep fans on their toes. Even fake his own death.
"The producers said, 'We want to make it so that no one knows you're still on the show,' and I was like, 'I can't wait,'" Scott tells TVGuide.com. "I have such a small part anyways that we're always looking for...
Everything is coming up roses for Mercy alum Patch Darragh.
The actor has booked a guest role on Royal Pains as a local Hamptons florist treated by HankMed, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Felix is described as a kind man with a big heart who is fluent in the language of flowers but...
In the battle of old money vs. new money, who will win?
On the Royal Pains premiere, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) and Evan (Paulo Costanzo) met Hamptonite Blythe Ballard (Frances Conroy), who went from a new patient to their biggest adversary yet. Before the Lawsons knew it, Blythe was presenting them with a cease-and-desist letter, ordering HankMed to stop practicing in the Hamptons immediately. But the brothers are never ones to stay quiet. With Hank dealing with his own issues stemming from his brain surgery, Evan will take it upon himself to wage war.
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"One of the big arcs for the season, both narratively and emotionally, is Evan finally confronting this outsider status that he's always felt since he got [to the Hamptons], creator Andrew Lenchewski tells TVGuide.com. "Blythe ... represents everything he's always felt rejected by — the old Hamptons guard, old money, the very exclusive tightknit elite — and he feels like this is the opportunity for him to finally be included and at the same time give voice to Hank Med's interest."