The Resident EP Teases Fallout From [Spoiler]'s Major Mistake, Offers Hope for Conrad and Devon's Friendship

TVLine | 10/15/2019 | Rebecca Iannucci
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9-1-1 Sets Buck on a Troubling New Path — Whose Side Are You On?

The Resident celebrated Halloween with its latest episode and, appropriately, the hour was a total nightmare for multiple doctors at Chastain Park.

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Dr. Barrett Cain had the roughest go of it in Tuesday’s episode, though, after volunteering to treat a white supremacist named Hades. After learning that the patient had a condition that left him with alternate personalities — one of them being the white supremacist, the other just a regular ol’ twentysomething named Douglas Atwater — Cain decided to proceed with surgery that would remove harmful tissue from Douglas’ brain and banish Hades for good. But Cain’s hubris got the best of him: After making hasty surgical decisions against the advice of Nic and Dr. Bell, Cain completed the procedure, only to realize he’d made a mistake. He did eliminate one of the personalities, yes — but he got rid of nice guy Douglas, leaving super-racist Hades to wreak havoc unchecked.

“We want the audience, in the next batch of episodes, wondering if this will be the thing that shifts [Cain] into a place where he can get back in touch with whatever moral compass he actually has,” executive producer Todd Harthan tells TVLine. “We’re going to touch on whether he has been affected in a meaningful way by this experience. We’re going to be asking this question of, ‘Can people change, or are we who we are?’ That’s something we’re exploring with him, leading up to our midseason finale.”

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Harthan adds that Cain’s relationship with Dr....
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