I truly thought Andrews was trying to teach Shaun how to teach, that he was mentoring SHAUN. It struck me as unexpected, but I bought it. Didn't have a clue that he was actually intervening for his niece. Actually, it was a good and valid thing to do to check in with the residents about how the interns are doing, but of course he didn't do that with Claire, so that should have been a red flag.
Claire and Lim socializing outside work is like Claire and Melendez repeat. Isn't it wrong to socialize with a subordinate?
Asher sure seems to be eiher very lucky or a total genius with his shocking diagnoses. And the happy patient... if this was HOUSE, they'd have discovered his happy attitude was actually a symptom of the disease causing his cancer and they would cure his infection and is cancer but he'd be miserable because they also got rid of whatever condition caused his happiness. This show can be a bummer, but at least it's not THAT.
They haven't been killing as many patients so far this season. Maybe they feel like with eht pandemic people have enough grief already. Plus, they killed off Cllaire's mom and then also Melendez; after that, maybe they decided to do penance by not killing anyone else for a while.