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MERCY "Pulling the Goalie" Season 1 Episode 4 - Preview

Watch a preview and check out photos of Mercy "Pulling the Goalie" Season 1 Episode 4 airing Wednesday October 14 on NBC (8-9 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis:: Faced with pressure from Mike (Diego Klattenhoff) to start a family, Veronica (Taylor Schilling) has to decide whether her affair with Dr. Sands (James Tupper) really is all in the past. And, as she fights to get treatment for a fellow veteran, Veronica's own unresolved issues from Iraq are brought to light. Sonia (Jaime Lee Kirchner) experiences the perks and drawbacks of dating a cop and winds up as the unwitting marriage counselor for two feuding patients with a quirky love-hate relationship. Meanwhile, Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) tries to give hope to a cynical young patient and contemplates taking her crush on Dr. Sands to the next level. James Le Gros and Guillermo Diaz also star. Source & Preview

Mercy Latest Episode: Season 1, Episode 3 - 'Hope You're Good, Smiley Face'

The hospital is at crisis, and Veronica tries to save the only survivor of a nightclub fire. The patience then has to go to therapy for the guilt he feels and Veronica realizes that she could also use some therapy herself. Meanwhile, Chloe wants the respect of her coworkers therefore she changes to a more mature wardrobe and attitude. Also, Sonia butts heads with a new doctor, while the nurses see Dr. Harris romantically interested in a mysterious beauty. Watch & Discuss: Watch Mercy: Season 1, Episode 3 - 'Hope You're Good, Smiley Face'

Mercy Season 1, Episode 3: 'Hope You're Good. Smiley Face.' Highlights

NBC.com brings us a highlights clip from this week's Mercy episode, ' Hope You're Good. Smiley Face. ' In the clip, Father Gus defines "commitment" to Veronica and Mike. NBC.com: Mercy, 'Hope You're Good. Smiley Face.' Highlights Don't miss Mercy Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC!

MERCY "Hope You're Good, Smiley Face" Season 1 Episode 3 - Preview

Watch a preview and check out photos of Mercy "Hope You're Good, Smiley Face" Season 1 Episode 3 airing Wednesday October 7 on NBC (8-9 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis: In an all-hands-on-deck crisis at the hospital, a determined Veronica (Taylor Schilling) saves the sole survivor of a horrific nightclub fire. The patient's struggle with survivor's guilt strikes a chord with therapy-averse Veronica, who realizes that her patient isn't the only one who could benefit by talking to someone about her experiences. Tired of being viewed by others as a kid, Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) seeks the respect of her coworkers - and the affections of a workplace crush - by getting a grown-up wardrobe and a take-charge attitude to match. Meanwhile, Sonia (Jaime Lee Kirchner) butts heads with an energetic new female doctor (K.K. Moggie) and the nurses of Mercy Hospital are shocked to see Dr. Harris (James LeGros) romancing a mysterious beauty. Diego Klattenhoff and Guillermo Diaz also star. Source & Preview

Mercy Season 1, Episode 3: 'Hope You're Good, Smiley Face' Preview

Courtesy of NBC.com , we have a preview for tonight's episode of Mercy , ' Hope You're Good, Smiley Face ,' featuring Michelle Trachtenberg. In the clip, Chloe fights to get a medicine released to help a patient. Looks like tonight will be an exciting episode! NBC.com Preview: Never Say No to Chloe Don't miss Mercy Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC!

Mercy Latest Episode: Season 1, Episode 2 - I Believe You Conrad'

Veronica and her husband Mike try to rekindle their romance and move back in together, but this might not be as simple as they thought. At the hospital, Veronica and Dr.Sands try to just be friends but it's also not that easy. Meanwhile, Sonia is in love with the hunky cop Nick Valentino, who turns out to be more compatible with her than she thought. He helps her also with a Jane Doe case, while Chloe tries to help a patient everyone has already given up on. Watch & Discuss: Watch Mercy: Season 1, Episode 2 - I Believe You Conrad'

Mercy Season 1, Episode 2: 'I Believe You Conrad' Highlights

Courtesy of NBC.com , we have highlights from last night's Mercy episode, ' I Believe You Conrad .' Look below for the clip as Veronica comforts a troubled amputee patient. 'I Believe You Conrad' Highlights Also, Michelle Trachtenberg's character Chloe Payne now has her own blog, check out what she has to say here: Chloe Payne Blog Photo courtesy of NBC.com

MERCY "I Believe You Conrad" Season 1 Episode 2 - Preview

Watch a preview and check out photos of Mercy "I Believe You Conrad" Season 1 Episode 2 airing Wednesday, September 30 on NBC (8-9 p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis:: MERCY "I Believe You Conrad" Season 1 Episode 2 - Veronica (Taylor Schilling) and Mike (Diego Klattenhoff) try to rekindle their marriage and move back in together, but their house is in even worse shape than their relationship and both are going to have to be rebuilt. At the hospital, Veronica struggles to stay friends with Dr. Sands (James Tupper), but realizes it’s harder than she expected. Meanwhile, Sonia (Jaime Lee Kirchner) has met her match in hunky cop Nick Valentino (Charlie Semine), who turns out to be just as good at playing games as she is. She enlists his help to uncover the identity of an unconscious Jane Doe, while Chloe (Michelle Trachtenberg) learns to assert herself and help a patient everyone else has given up on. James Le Gros, Guillermo Diaz and Kate Mulgrew also star. Source & Preview

Mercy Latest Episode: Season 1, Episode 1 - Can We Get That Drink Now?

Veronica is caught off-guard by the hospital's new doctor, Chris Sands; Sonia thinks she has found a man who can live up to her expectations. Watch & Discuss: Watch Mercy: Season 1, Episode 1 - Can We Get That Drink Now? Read Mercy's Review: Season 1, Episode 1 - Can We Get That Drink Now?

Ratings: ABC's Comedy Numbers Are No Laughing Matter

ABC's new comedies have given the network something to smile about. Modern Family and Cougar Town debuted to 12.7 million and 11.4 million viewers, respectively. Although CBS' Criminal Minds won the 9/8c timeslot in overall viewers (15.4 million), the ABC comedy combo was the most-watched in the key demographics. Following a Dancing with the Stars results show, which won the 8/7c hour with 15 million viewers, Modern Family improved ABC's rating in the demo by 23 percent. Despite stiff premiere competition at 9/8c, Glee pulled 6.6 million viewers, a loss of only 5 percent week-to-week. NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiere was watched by 8.2 million viewers, but came up last in the demos. Comedy wasn't as strong for CBS. A 8/7c combo of debuts from The New Adventures of Old Christine (7.7 million viewers) and Gary Unmarried (7.4 million viewers) took second behind Dancing. Fox's So You Think You Can Dance was up slightly from a week ago with 5.6 million viewers and NBC's Mercy debuted to 8.2 million viewers. At 10, ABC's Eastwick (8.5 million viewers) fared decently with the comedy lead-in, placing second behind CBS' CSI: NY , which won the hour with 14.6 million viewers. Jay Leno was watched by 6.4 million viewers, but earned its lowest rating in the demo to date. America's Next Top Model pulled in 2.8 million viewers for The CW at 8/7c, but The Beautiful Life : TBL fell sharply to 1.4 million viewers the following hour. Source Here
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