The Good Doctor Episode 1x18 Shaun Doesn't Give Up On Saving Aaron Life || The Good Doctor Season Finale Scenes.
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The Good Doctor season 1 episode 19 review best moments and scenes.
The Good Doctor season 1 episode 18 review best moments and scenes.
Stars: Freddie Highmore (as Shaun Murphy), Nicholas Gonzalez, Antonia Thomas.
Am I the only one who absolutely agrees with Shaun? Maybe because I’m autistic too, but it would be impossible to ignore a deadly tumor in my head. Or in a loved one’s head. And no more fun and football season for Dr. Glassman if he dies. So hope he gets cured in next season. T-T
And to think that Shaun wanted to be a doctor to be able to save his loved ones. And here he is, a doctor, but still can't save Dr. Glassman. It's frustrating for average people like us, how much more to him. I feel you, Shaun. 😢
Yeah I figure that out when I watch on Tuesday night but still it's like 30 percent he might not beat this that what my gut is telling me. We talking about Cancer here Aaron has the worst one idk maybe he can won it is a show so anything is possible.
hey sooooooo sorry to tell you that, except the name and the first episode the two shows are not really alike. I wish there had been more series of the Korean version because it was really good..But there are only 20 episodes. it takes place in a paediatric ward and Si On is a very different character than Shaun.
i dont think its ethical to kill off all your closes ones as a test, pardon me but i dont think god exists, there is no proof, we can believe in just about anything like we believe in god, but im sure the priest gets paid, has a house, and people respect them sometimes, i dont want yall to try change my mind because theres no proof
I would be very interested in seeing what Shaun thinks of religion since he has said in the past of believing in heaven. For some reason in most media when it comes to autistics other parts of our natural human identity are ignored when we're also real people too. Like me, I'm autistic but I'm also a Christian yet I don't like being inside of churches because the people get me overwhelmed yet I enjoy and still like the people I go to Church with. But also while I believe in God a lot of my views on religion are not like most Americans where they are kind of prejudiced. Other people with autism might have different religious views or no religion or might be agnostic.
You say Shaun has proven he’s not perfect and I think you say it at a very annoying way because nobody is perfect and I think Shaun just really cares about Doctor glassman. He’s lost so many people in life and doesn’t want to lose another one. He just goes for a cure. If glassman listened he might have found a way earlier. I know what’s going to happen bcuz I’ve already seen the whole season. Shaun will find a way. you say Shaun has proven he’s not perfect and that he was wrong sometimes but does that mean he cannot prove he’s also right many times?
Krystal Harwood He said the same thing about the boy, Liam. He got his hopes up, and look what happened there. Shaun has proven that he is not perfect. He is not always right. Sometimes I think Shaun gets so involved in finding a solution that he becomes bias and misses variables. Like Glassman told him, false hope hurts more than accepting there is no hope at all.
I love shaun too. but I agree with him. if glasman would only stop stressing over the tumor and listen to what shaun has to say, I think it would put him more at ease. he's telling him that it is cureable. he has to stop thinking so negatively and trust that everything will be fine.
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