Monday Mornings had a pretty good third episode with ‘Who’s Sorry Now?’, in which Wilson and Robidaux operate on a homeless man who is suffering delusions due to a brain tumour. He comes out of surgery a completely different person, remembering his real name and that he has a family waiting for him. Can he move past the seven years he lost and rebuild his life? Nobody knows for sure, but Wilson is hopeful.
Park operated on an overweight man who suffered a stroke. During a craniotomy to relieve the pressure on his swelling brain, the man takes a turn for the worst and is pronounced brain dead. Sung approaches his wife tell her about the situation, and later, to ask about turning off his life support, with his usual directness. This doesn’t go down well with Hooten, who points out that saying ‘sorry’ is helpful for both the family and the hospital (since they are less likely to sue). The episode ends with Park unexpectedly turning up on the man’s wife’s doorstep to say a heartfelt ‘sorry’.