On tonight’s episode of the TNT show Monday Mornings, “Communion,” when paramedics rush in with a stabbing victim, Villanueva is stunned to realize that the patient is his own son, Nick. Now it’s up to Sydney and Hooten to save the young man. With Ty’s help, Sung attempts to restore a concert violinist’s perfect pitch by removing an astrocytoma that is pressing on the musician’s brain. And Buck receives a strange request from the donor in a failed kidney transplant.
Monday Mornings centers on how doctors face life-and-death decisions each and every day as they fight against often-impossible odds to save their patients. When things don’t go as they should, it’s up to their medical colleagues to determine what went wrong and learn from those costly mistakes. “Monday Mornings” follows the lives of doctors as they push the limits of their abilities and confront their personal and professional failings. Every Monday, the doctors must gather with their peers for a confidential review of complications and errors in patient care. Leading the staff at Chelsea General are Dr. Harding Hooten, the steely-eyed chief of surgery, and Dr. Jorge Villanueva, the hospital’s trauma chief. Their cadre of medical talent includes hotshot neurosurgeons Dr. Tyler Wison and Dr. Tina Ridgeway; the abrasive Dr. Buck Tierney; the socially challenged Dr. Sung Park; the petite-but-formidable Dr. Sydney Napur; and inquisitive resident Dr. Michelle Robidaux.
Monday Mornings episode 6, “Communion” airs Monday, March 11, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) on TNT. Spoiler pictures below: