Erg wasn’t always “Erg”. He used to be named Leo and in love with a human woman named Pam. But, Pam betrayed ultimately betrayed him, thus leading him to his firm beliefs about mutant-human separatism.
Iggy has a patient again! Finally. I feel like its been ages since we’ve seen him with a new psych patient but maybe it was just the hiatus that made it seem that way. Either way, this guy has an imaginary wolf (and I typed this I heard some howling outside my window… creepy) that plagues his daily life in nightmarish hallucinogenic attack scenarios. Iggy’s job will be to work out why that is.
With his delusions growing, Iggy talks with the patient’s father to get clarity on how they would to proceed on the case. If he has the surgery then part of him could be fundamentally altered. Parts of his personality could change, interests, hobbies, etc. But his dad is willing if it means saving his life. He’d rather lose parts than the whole.
Ryan Eggold’s performance as Max Goodwin is a big reason for New Amsterdam’s success. But will he survive until Season 2?
Max has throat cancer and in the midseason premiere, he was rushed to the New Amsterdam ER after collapsing on a dock while on a picnic with his wife Georgia. Prior to this medical emergency, no one was aware of Max’s condition apart from his doctor, friend, and confidante, Helen Sharpe, and Georgia.
New Amsterdam is finally back for its midseason premiere! Previously Max was diagnosed with a squamous cell carcinoma, a form of throat cancer, and he decided he wanted to try precision targeted therapy, an experimental procedure, so he could continue to run the hospital instead of undergoing chemotherapy.
A patient who received her heart from Max’s deceased sister showed up, sending him into a tizzy. When Max and Georgia went on a picnic to release the ashes of Luna’s heart, he collapsed on the dock.
The gang at the Nine-Nine is FINALLY back and better than ever! Anyone who might have worried the network swap could have somehow diminished the show need not worry, the season six premiere is as funny as ever.
In fact I’d say the swap to NBC is honestly the best thing that could have happened to Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.
If you liked the first episode of Into the Dark, “The Body” I hope you’ve gotten the chance to check out the latest addition to the series, titled “Flesh & Blood”! It’s been just under a month since the first episode came out and I have to say I’m already enjoying the fact that I’ll have a new one of these to look forward to every four weeks or so.