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Dr. Catherine Black calms down a patient who's hallucinating that he's surrounded by fire.
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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.
Dr. Black becomes emotional when she has to give a difficult diagnosis to the mother of a young patient. From the Black Box Season 1 episode, "Emotion."
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A white midwestern girl moves to Chicago, where her new boyfriend is a black teen from the South Side with a rough, semi-criminal past.
After a newspaper columnist finds a priceless baseball card in the collection of his Alzheimer's-afflicted uncle, they set off for Chicago to sell it.
Director Terry Kinney's delightfully poignant and bittersweet comedy poses the question: How much is a good memory worth? That's the question that faces newspaper editor Cooper (Matthew Broderick) after a debilitating concussion takes him from the political pages to comic strip detail. Looking for answers, he travels home to Missouri where his now senile Uncle Rollie (Alan Alda) is on the verge of losing his home. When a valuable baseball card is thrown into the mix, these two men along with a motley group of hometown friends, including Cooper's high school sweetheart, Charlotte (Virginia Madsen), head to a memorabilia expo to make the deal of a century, diving headfirst into a snakepit of slick salesmen, crooked dealers, and rabid fans revealing that there are some things in life that you can't put a price on. This indie comedy from IFC Films also stars Dylan Baker, Louis C.K. and Bobby Cannavale in hilarious supporting roles.
A Chicago journalist suffering from memory loss takes leaves from his job and returns to his rural hometown, where he bonds with his Alzheimer's-impaired uncle Rollie and his old flame.
Sara (Julia Stiles) wants to be a ballerina, but her dreams are cut short by the sudden death of her mother. She moves in with her father (Terry Kinney), who she has not seen for a long time, in Chicago, mainly the ghetto. She gets transferred to a new school where she is the only white there. Her life takes a turn for the better when she is friends with Chenille (Kerry Washington). Later, she falls in love with her brother, Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas).
A young white girl moves to a new inner-city high school where she falls in love with a black youth with a checkered past. She is a ballet student while he loves hip-hop, and through dance, they connect despite their differences.
A top-notch cast headlines this Oscar-nominated drama about four boys from Hell's Kitchen who grow up in a world where loyalty means everything. A teenage prank gets them thrown in reform school, where they suffer harrowing abuses at the hands of the guards. Once out, their lives take radically different paths, but the quartet intersect again when one of the brutal guards is murdered. With Oscar-nominee Brad Pitt ("Ocean's Eleven," "The Mexican"), Oscar-winner Robert De Niro ("Analyze That," "Showtime"), Kevin Bacon ("Mystic River," "Hollow Man"), Oscar-winner Dustin Hoffman ("Moonlight Mile," "Shpere"), Jason Patric ("Narc," "The Lost Boys"), Oscar-nominee Minnie Driver ("Good Will Hunting," "Tarzan"), Bruno Kirby ("When Harry Met Sally," "City Slickers"), and Brad Renfro ("Apt Pupil," "The Client"). Written and directed by Oscar-winner Barry Levinson ("Liberty Heights," "Disclosure").
The soaring adventure of a 13-year-old girl and her estranged father who learn what family is all about when they adopt an orphaned flock of geese and teach them to fly! Starring Jeff Daniels, Anna Paquin and Dana Delaney.
The soaring adventure of a 13-year-old girl and her estranged father, who learn what family is all about when they adopt an orphaned flock of geese and teach them to fly!
A top-notch cast headlines this Oscar-nominated drama about four boys from Hell's Kitchen who grow up in a world where loyalty means everything.
Catherine refuses to be admitted into a hospital.
In the season finale, Catherine returns home to face the fallout.
After experiencing hallucinations, Catherine ignores Dr. Hartramph’s advice to check into a hospital and have her medication rebalanced. Catherine needs to prepare for a TED Talk she is giving in Boston, but she may never get there as her symptoms intensify. With the botched surgery from 111 fresh on his mind, Bickman has his PTSD treated by Lina so he can get back into the operating room. Local mother, Mira, is brought into the Cube where they realize her sudden bravery is actually the absence of fear, a side effect of a rare syndrome known as Kluver-Bucy.
After her public breakdown, Catherine has issues to face at home and at work. At home, she finds out that Esme’s biological father has Leukemia and is in need of a marrow transplant from a blood relative causing Joshua and Reagan to tell Esme who her real parents are. At the Cube, Mahmoud reveals Catherine’s bipolar diagnosis to Owen who must decide if Catherine can continue working there; but Bickman steps in to argue that Mahmoud should be fired for breaking doctor/patient confidentiality. Will Catherine lose Esme and her job?
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Dr. Bickman's doorman collapses from an aneurysm.
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Dr. Morely admits a patient who is convinced he is dead.
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Dr. Black begins work on a music study where her patients range from a popular music competition winner that has lost her ability to recognize music pitch, to a man that has developed Acquired Savant Syndrome after being struck by lightning.
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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.
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