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    Free to Watch Saving Hope Season 1 Episode 8 Heartsick

    Post  kikkoman on Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:58 pm

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    With Charlie's life hanging in the balance, Alex and Dawn go head-to-head over who gets to be his legal decision maker - but are forced to put personal matters aside when they scrub into a heart transplant surgery together. Charlie, meanwhile, is in no mood to talk to the heart donor - a deceased prisoner.

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    Previously on Saving Hope Season 1 Episode 7 "Consenting Adults", A routine surgical procedure goes awry when Alex's patient, a soon-to-be-wed young woman, falls into a coma. While Alex struggles with a case that hits close to home, Joel treats a patient who does his own body modifications, and Charlie finds himself drawn to Alex's coma patient in the spirit world.

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    On this week's Episode title "Heartsick", With Charlie's life hanging in the balance, Alex and Dawn go head-to-head over who gets to be his legal decision maker - but are forced to put personal matters aside when they scrub into a heart transplant surgery together. Charlie, meanwhile, is in no mood to talk to the heart donor - a deceased prisoner.

    Saving Hope is a new, hour-long original drama series that stars Erica Durance ("Smallville"), Michael Shanks ("Stargate Atlantis"), Daniel Gillies ("The Vampire Diaries"), Huse Madhavji ("Combat Hospital," "Star!," "Daily"), Julia Taylor Ross ("Rookie Blue") and Kristopher Turner ("Rookie Blue," "The Listener"). The series is from acclaimed Gemini Award-winning producers Ilana Frank and David Wellington ("The Eleventh Hour," "Would Be Kings," "Rookie Blue").

    In "Saving Hope," when charismatic Chief of Surgery Charlie Harris (Shanks) at Hope-Zion Hospital ends up in a coma, he leaves the hospital in chaos - and his fiancee and fellow surgeon, Alex Reid (Durance), in a state of shock. Along with newly arrived star surgeon, Joel Goran (Gillies), Reid races to save Harris' life. As the action unfolds, the comatose Harris explores the hospital halls in "spirit" form, not sure if he's a ghost or a figment of his own imagination. Reid, along with her fellow doctors, press on to save his life and those of their other patients as they deal with the complicated and courageous decisions that are made in their daily struggle to keep hope alive.

    Charlie's spirit is now free to wander around the hospital where he routinely runs into spirits of patients who are completely dead while Alex and some other doctors, including her sexy-exie Joel Goran (Daniel Gillies), try to keep Charlie's actual body alive. None of the spirits Charlie runs into seem to mind that he's wearing a tuxedo, proving that, if nothing else, death apparently makes one indifferent to fashion. Plus, you don't have to worry about co-pays anymore.

    By the second episode, Charlie's ex-wife shows up and, after an icy hug with Alex, complains that no one has considered coma arousal therapy, which involves intense sensual stimulation including giving old Charlie a helping hand, as it were. Anyway, if you're keeping score, we have Charlie in a vegetative state, his ex-wife descending on a metaphorical broomstick, while Alex is left entirely on this mortal coil to cope with Charlie's coma and the presence of her scruffy ex-boyfriend on the surgical staff. Wow. What a tinderbox of sexual tension. And that doesn't even include the young resident who insists she doesn't have a crush on Joel but would happily do him. In surgery to remove a patient's spleen, suction is called for at one point and she turns to Joel and says, "That's what SHE said."

    "Saving Hope" is kind of a lukewarm stew of ideas from other shows ("Grey's Anatomy," "Touched by an Angel," the finally out of its misery "A Gifted Man") and films ("Ghost," "The Sixth Sense") with stock characters and situations that occasionally jerk a demi-tear or two, but with absolutely no authenticity. The sloppy sentimentality is cheap and unearned, greasy camera lenses notwithstanding. The flash may be willing, but the spirits are pretty weak.

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