Jeffrey Lieber has yet another clue for us for tonight’s show on his unofficial Miami Medical Facebook page — “pheo.” This one follows two others:
Boudica — who “was a queen of the Brittonic Iceni tribe of what is now known as East Anglia in England, who led an uprising of the tribes against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire,” according to Wikipedia.
Blathnat — a figure in Irish legend, whose father is either Mend of Inis Fer Falga (identified as the Isle of Man), Iuchna or Midhir, the fairy king of Brí Léith (located in County Westmeath), according to Wikipedia
So we have a warrior queen, a fairy and now this…
Of course, pheo might not actually be pheo. On Jeffrey’s site it says “our final clue… in word jumble form… ‘pheo.’”
In a medical dictionary, “pheo-” is a combining form meaning brown, dun or dusky. And Miami Medical is a medical show, after all.
If you mix the letters around, though, you get “hope,” which may be what patients in the trauma unit are doing.
Or perhaps the docs are taking a trip to Hepo, China?
Then again, it could be that the Pueblo Indians are going to hang out with the warrior queen and fairy — if the spelling is Poeh, anyway.
Or the docs could have a deep discussion of energy saving with the Office of Home Energy Programs, or OHEP.
All will be revealed tonight, of course, when the new episode All Fall Down airs.
originally published at The Exploding Egg and reproduced here by kind permission.
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