Having been treated to a couple of early episodes (cut from the run when the season became 8, not 13) in the past two weeks, we now fast forward for this Friday’s episode, Time of Death, which fits in right after the season 1 finale, An Arm and a Leg. The episode is written by Liz Kruger and Craig Shapiro, and is directed by Chris Leitch.
So, we left Dr Proctor and Dr Sable going off to look at jellyfish together, with Proctor valliantly, and humorously, attempting to assert himself. Although we don’t get to see Kari Matchett reprising her role as nobody’s fool, Dr Sable, we’ll find out what happened after those lift doors closed. Rather like the British yeast spread, Marmite, it seems Dr Sable is either loved or loathed by Miami Medical fans. The smart money is not on a happy ending…
Time of Death revolves around the victims of a boating accident, and features a guest appearance by Bailey Chase (Saving Grace) as Rick Deleo, Dr C’s brother. We’ll also be seeing him in episode 13, Medicine Man.
The title refers to Dr Warren’s first time at pronouncing the time of death, so we can look forward to yet another great episode for Lis Harnois, who is really making a mark on this show.
Rather fabulously, last week’s episode had the most viewers since episode 2, and almost a million more than the week before. Miami Medical is really growing in popularity and the premature cancellation now looks like a colossal error by CBS…kind of like calling the time of death way too soon.
Here’s the trailer for Time of Death.