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Royal Pains - Season 2 [DVD]
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Spend your summer with Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein):where the tides are high,bank account balances are higher and the patients are just high maintenance.
Because of his strong convictions and straight-shooting style,the concierge doctor's practice is growing... andwith the return of his estranged father (special guest star Henry Winkler),so is his family.
With puzzling cases involving a faithful cop with an STD,a winemaker with a troubled palate and a reality show where all the contestants are stricken ill,Hank needs his own innovative talents and the support of his fast-talking brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) more than ever.
Featuring all 18 episodes from the acclaimed second season and special guest stars that include Mary Lynn Rajskub (24), Erinn Hayes (Parenthood), Peter Jacobson (House, M.D.), Michael Rapaport (True Romance)and Bill Bellamy (The Brothers).
Royal Pains is the smart and original comedy that Entertainment Weekly hails as whimsical fun.
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HankMed gets blindsided by a bunch of new crises: Eddie Lawson comes to live in the Hamptons (and even dates one of Hank's patients), and Hank soon suspects that his dad has an ulterior motive for being there. Jill's free clinic ends up in a medical tug-o-war. And as Divya's wedding date approaches, she finds herself falling love with a kind-hearted, studly patient.
Additionally, after Boris whisks the Lawson brothers to Cuba to oversee his medical treatment, a cutthroat concierge doctor named Emily decides to set up shop in the Hamptons. Evan is not happy about this, but Hank soon ends up dating Emily.
And we have the usual array of medical disasters -- lightning strikes, experimental gene treatments, mysterious collapses, Mrs. Newberg's "heartbroken" stepdaughter, mystery ailments at a vineyard, the "lottery curse," a food vendor's bizarre behavior, a teen singer with a sore throat, a reality show struck by botulism, an ex-stock-trader fearing an aneurysm, mystery sinus problems, and a bachelor party for Raj that goes spectacularly wrong.
The first season of "Royal Pains" was pretty much a medical show with a few running subplots. But "Royal Pains Season Two" amps up the subplots a little -- there are rivalries, romantic interests, love triangles, and the whole weird situation with Eddie Lawson. There's just a lot more going on in general, especially for Evan and Hank.Read more ›
Once again, the show centers around Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein). After being fired from a hospital in New York City, he finds himself opening a concierge practice for the rich in the Hamptons. Each episode finds him treating some mysterious malady. For example, there's the heir of an inventor who keeps having strange accidents. One woman seems to be dying of a broken heart. A young man is acting like he is an alcoholic even though he swears he doesn't drink. One of the stars of a reality TV show suddenly becomes sick. And the owner of a food truck suddenly turns antisocial.
In the midst of these medical mysteries, we are treated to the ongoing drama of the lives of Hank and his friends. These storylines occasionally dominate the episodes with the medicine staying in the background. The season opens with Hank and hospital administrator Jill (Jill Flint) split up but still working together to treat poor patients. Hank's brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo) finds himself playing a faux beau to a beautiful young woman he seems to be falling for. And Divya (Reshma Shetty), the physician assistant, struggles with her duty to the fulfill the marriage her parents have arranged for her and her desire to actually marry for love. Competition comes to town in the form of Hank's new girlfriend Emily Peck (recurring actress Anastasia Griffith). And Hank and Evan's father Eddie (recurring actor Henry Winkler) shows up in their lives after many years. Does he really want to make amends or does he have an agenda of his own?
With all this stuff going on, each episode is packed.Read more ›
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turn up early in good order. love the funny story good think the dvd is good value for the moneyPublished on 1 Feb. 2014 by polly