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[ # ] Royal Pains celebrates its 100th episode tonight!
June 8th, 2016 under USA Network


Seven years and four days after Royal Pains debuted on USA, the medical drama is hitting a major milestone. Tonight at 10p, HankMed celebrates it’s 100th episode and what an episode it is.
When Hampton Heritage is suffering from a doctor shortage in the ER due to a summer cold outbreak, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) convinces his brother Evan (Paulo Costanzo), who is CEO of the hospital, to let him fill in for the day. At first it seems like a challenge for Hank to once again deal with the hustle and bustle of fast-paced Emergency Room, but then his knowledge of being a Concierge Doctor helps save a patient’s life.
Just when it seems like things are on the up and up for everyone; Evan quarantines a man, that recently visited Sierra Leone, who came into the ER with a fever. Does he have Ebola? How will the hospital deal with being on lock down? The decision will lead to Hank and Evan getting into a much needed, heated argument.
Meanwhile Divya (Reshma Shetty) is dealing with a case from the past. A patient she thought was better, turns out to be sicker than she thought. But that isn’t the only problem that she has with her patient.
While she is having it kind of rough with her patient, Jeremiah’s (Ben Shenkman) is a dream come true. One that gives him better insight into himself through her.
Finally, you can’t have a 100th episode without a blast from the past. One that seems to be setting things up for the series finale in a few weeks.
Royal Pains has been such a wonderful heartfelt show that it is great to see one of the good ones hit this magical milestone. In cable it is rare, but this show deserved it. And it got an episode fitting for its celebration.
So tune in for an episode that doesn’t disappoint, not that any of their episodes ever do.

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