Where is home? That is the question that faced two of our favorite physicians on Transplant Season 1 Episode 7.

While Theo struggled to decide if he craved his home to be where he grew up or where he is now, Bash struggled to keep Amira and himself under the same roof — or any roof.

These seem like different questions, but they’re not. One is clearly more extreme than the other, but what it comes down to is what makes a place into a home.

Bash and Amira Are Home - Transplant Season 1 Episode 7

Theo: I have two bedrooms.Bash: Excuse me? Theo: I know. Mags told me, and you hate that, but merely got to get it. All freedom, Amira can have one room, you can be on the couch until you sorting things out and uh at least that action you’ll both be under the same roof.Bash: Honestly, Theo, I couldn’t possibly-Theo: Bash, I don’t wanna fight you on this, but I will if I is therefore necessary to so just let me help.

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Is it just where you hang your hat? A common disagreement is that home is where your loved ones are.

That’s how Amira felt. She didn’t care where she slept, as long as her friend was sleeping nearby.

We don’t appreciate Amira as much as some of the other reputations because she isn’t at the hospital. She’s so young and therefore easy to dismiss, but that girlfriend has viewed things. She’s been through a lot, and she knows the value of families.

Bash tries to keep Amira in the dark, but he needs to stop protecting her from how bad things are. She can handle it. As long as they stay together, she’ll be okay.

Theo’s household is his for the making. He’s so close to getting to move home and to being able to be with those he cherishes most. We’ve seen how much he demands that. We know he desires his wife and his minors. He misses them a good deal. So why is he pausing?

Theo Makes Mel Breakfast In Bed - Transplant Season 1 Episode 7

Mr. Watson: I’m in building, I work on my paw. I haven’t smoked a period in my life. What is this? Theo: There’s a few prospects. But the procedure is fast and non-invasive. When I exhaust the aura from around the lung, hopefully, it will re-expand, and you should feel much, much better.Mr. Watson: You said hopefully. What if it doesn’t? Theo: Well, if the needle aspiration and pigtail doesn’t work, then you’ll need a chest tube.Mr. Watson: You do that? Theo: No, that’s a consult for thoracics. Mr. Watson: You look like you know what you’re doing. You never know what I’ll get if you mail me somewhere else. Theo: You necessitate who you’ll get.

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He said it was about the sort of cases you see in a infirmary versus in a small family practice. That’s probably an integrated part of it. Still, it seems like there’s more to it.

The course he reacted to Mr. Watson, the racist case, saying that he’s known many people like that growing up was telling. Theo may affection their own families, but he doesn’t seem so fond of his hometown.

Maybe he felt a little sheltered. He was living in a bubble. Now he’s in the real world, where he can learn, thrive, and make a difference. He demands a savour of what life has to offer.

He doesn’t want to sit back and experience a predictable position in a small town full of the same parties he’s known his whole life. He’s hungry for more.

That’s not a bad thing.

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Mel: My dad’s waiting to retire until you take over. We got a plan! A life we dreamed about! Theo: We shaped that program “when hes” 20. Mel: Has something varied? Theo: Just, I don’t know, I stayed close to home for med academy, my residency, just lately felt like, maybe there’s room for us to expand a little.Mel: Are you unhappy? With us? Theo: No, Mel. Not at all.Me: Because dwelling is home. That’ll never change. Not for me. Not for the girls. I don’t want it to.

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The bad thing is that he and his wife aren’t on the same page. They adore each other. That’s clear. But that isn’t ever enough.

One of them will have to compromise, and then they’ll have to see if their wedlock can subsist because a endanger that big-hearted might breed resentment.

These problems aren’t impossible if they both throw in the labor. Nonetheless, the show just began, and the relations between the two countries once has these crackings. Are the writers just trying to create drama, or is this the show’s way of realise Theo single? It’s early to tell yet.

Theo is a good guy, and he and Mel deserve to be happy. Here’s hoping they make it study, and that Theo doesn’t outgrow the relationship the action he’s outgrown their dreams from their twenties.

Theo isn’t the only one hungry for life. Selena’s case was mesmerizing. I’ve heard of cases like that before, people who can’t feel pain, and it sounds great in theory until you realise how handy ache really is.

Mrs. Ruiz - Transplant Season 1 Episode 7

June: Okay, I get it. Your mother is … She’s super intense. But my concern is you and your fever.Selena: You don’t get it. I’ve never dated. I didn’t have a friend that wasn’t my sister until I was 17 years old. When I moved out, everything reformed. I gone on a hike last weekend. Can you imagine what she would say if she found out that I did that?

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It was easy to yearn both with Selena and with Mrs. Ruiz. It’s natural to feel protective when person you adoration is vulnerable.

Over-protection is likely to be stiffling, though. Selena and Mrs. Ruiz came to a settlement in the end.

It”s a shame it wasn’t Theo’s case, as it was, in some way, applicable to his working life. Though that would have stripped the audience of Theo owning Mr. Watson in that epic situation. Theo is an ally in the best way.

Theo: You’re willing to risk your own health, instead of having someone else treat you? Mr. Watson: I got a right to decide who my doctor is.Theo: No, George. You got a right to treatment. And we’re offering you that. Now, if you decide not to accept it. We’ll discharge you, you can go home and let your lungs miscarry. Otherwise, person will be down shortly to take you to thoracics. So vanish, don’t travel. It’s your call.

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His and Bashir’s bromance is also adorable. He’s just letting them living a life in him, refusing to take no for an answer.

And do you get the feeling that’s he’s really going to like having the company? I look forward to seeing the three of them become a weird little family.

Bash and Amira Move In - Transplant Season 1 Episode 7

Mrs. Ruiz: I know I can be overbearing.June: We have protocols to follow, even for uncommon conditions. Mrs. Ruiz: See, that’s the thing. Most CIPA adolescents are lucky to make it to 25. Where you attend a rare malady, I receive Selena at five, burning the flesh off her hand on the stove, or stepping on a ruined ankle for a week without even knowing until it wouldn’t nursed her anymore. I really crave her safe and sound. June: I want the same thing, Mrs. Ruiz. I do. But Selena’s 20. Okay? So her medical decisions are in her handwritings.

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It’s good Theo swooped in.

It’s good Mags told Theo, and that Bash told Mags.

I wasn’t expecting him to do that. He’s very proud and self-sacrificing for his own good. He’s got such a good middle, but he needs to learn to accept help.

It’s harder to accept assist if you aren’t used to parties offering. Bash determined another example of someone who will ever look at him sideways courtesy of the delicious Mr Waston. I get prefering medical doctors to another, but if you go to a infirmary, you take whom they give you.

There was a lot of good Bash stuff this incident, as there often is; he is the star, after all. It felt more Theo-centric to me though. I feel like the writers actually wanted us to learn about him this go-around.

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Dr. Bishop: Well this patient doesn’t have any insurance. We’ll cover the emergent costs if “were going to”, but do you do you know if he even can pay for surgery? Or, ideed, if he misses it? Mags: Dr. Bishop, I genuinely think in this case, I – Dr. Bishop: I think you’re trying to solve a problem that he might not want solved Dr. Leblanc. Run the antibiotics. If tht clears the abscess … Well, go.

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We’ve learned a great deal about the everyday lives of the male doctors outside research hospitals, but we still don’t know where Mags or June organizes their heads.

We do know about the fantastically shippable June and Lou, so that’s something about her residence life. It would be nice to learn a little more, though.

As for Mags, there’s a lot we still don’t know about her, like how she got into medicine, or what chronic statu she has. Hopefully, we’ll get a Mags centric incident very soon.

We did learn a little about Dr. Bishop, though it was nothing we couldn’t have foreseen. His son is estranged because he was too busy being a doctor to be a good father. It’s a fib as age-old as period. It was a nice scene, though.

Speaking of predictable, they’ve been quitting a lot of reminders about Bishop’s concussion. Who thinks he’ll end up on the operating table again before the end of Transplant Season 1? Possibly, that’ll be how the season ends. Hands?

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Claire: I have something to tell you.Dr. Bishop: Mm-hmm.Claire: I left Eric.Dr. Bishop: You left your spouse? Claire: A few months ago.Dr. Bishop: A few months ago? And you didn’t say anything? Claire: Well, it wasn’t about you. And I need some time to figure out my life on my own.

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If Dr. Bishop’s goal was to get all his ducks in a row before his final bow, he’s originating steps. Still, he’s got a few stray ducks. Claire, for example, left her husband months ago, but aside from dinner and gender on Transplant Season 1 Episode 6, she doesn’t want to persue things with him.

She needs time to get her shit together. I get it.

But if she knew that was the action, maybe she shouldn’t have hooked up with him. She had left her husband before that. She seemed to know where she stood.

Speaking of copulation, are we going a follow-up with Vivian? They interacted, but there was no allusion to what went down between them. I get that they had other priorities, but was it a one-time thing, or is it going to be a thing?

I’d accepted, going in, that Bash was going to be with Mags. I foresee a good deal of beings did.

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Bash: When was the last time you took a day off? Mags: Um, last week or the week before? I don’t know.Bash: If you did have one, and you were coerced not to work on it, what the hell is you do? Mags: Oh my god. I’d, um, find the friends that I’ve been ignoring since my residency started? Um, I’d read a book that isn’t a medical verse. i’d drive to the cliffs, peal out loud music.

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It could have been a one-time thing, or it could be Vivian’s the temporary love-interest, where Mags is the long term love-interest, or Vivian could be the one we should invest in. Right now, it’s very unclear.

I’m cool with both, because I like Mags and Vivian. Both have an interesting dynamic with Bash. Still, some clarity would be appreciated.

Either way, Vivian was useful. That narrative with Harmony and Mr. Shao was just gut-wrenching. How heinous would it be to have your child ripped away from you like that? At least , now they can have a relationship.

Lou and June seem to be doing okay. Who would have thought they’d be the health ‘ship?

The more the prove progresses, the more I originate to care for the doctors of this Toronto hospital. The cases likewise had urging bags to pull on the heartstrings. Overall, I’d say another good episode for a good show.

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Mrs. Ruiz: Why is it so hard for her to let me in? June: I know, I entail. Maybe, perhaps because you’re so concentrating on restraining Selena from dying, when all she truly wants to do is live, you know?

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So, what do you think, Fanatics? Will Theo and his wife work things out? How will the Hameds and Theo deal with living together? Is Dr. Bishop safe? And what about all the shipping?

Let us know in the comments slouse, and recollect, you can watch Transplant online right here via TV Fanatic.

Transplant airs Tuesdays at 10/9 c on NBC.

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