Geoffrey hands the actual production of Hamlet over to Stage Director Darren Nichols, so that he can devote himself to supervising the Festival's new money-making scheme, the "Shakespeare in Business Seminar". Holly Day spirits Richard off to Toronto to see Mamma Mia and indulge in more scheming. Kate and Jack enjoy a movie-popcorn afternoon while tongues wag. Geoffrey manages to alienate everyone when he is interviewed by a theatre critic, then gets drunk and challenges Darren to a sword duel.Watch Now:Amazon
When Gail’s uniform is stolen from her car, she and the other rookies from Division 15 attempt to catch a cop-impersonating vigilante. A drug deal gone awry may offer clues to help Chris and Dov unravel the motive behind the cop masquerade. Meanwhile, Andy and Sam’s inability to stay away from each other poses a life-threatening risk to Swarek.Watch Now:Amazon
Richard find himself overwhelmed trying to keep the festival running smoothly in the wake of Oliver's death. Kate ditches rehearsals to audition for a Corny Smacks commercial, and unwittingly runs into Hollywood action star Jack Crew. Jack has been hired to play Hamlet in the festival, but his arrival has been forgotten during the preparations for Oliver's funeral. Emma begins a relationship with Sloan, a young flower deliveryman who rescues her neglected chameleon. Geoffrey visits the funeral home, and questions his sanity when Oliver begins to speak to him from "the other side". Richard turns Oliver's funeral into a stage production in an attempt to be promoted to artistic director. Despite his delivering of a scathing speech at Oliver's funeral, the board of directors offers the job of artistic director to Geoffrey, on a temporary basis. Anna asks Geoffrey to help carry out Oliver's final request, a request that may have legal implications.Watch Now:Amazon
Andy worries Duncan may not be suited to the job; when the body of an executed gang leader is found, 15 Division works to prevent a gang war from breaking out; Gail makes a harrowing discovery.
Jessie makes an ill-fated stab at winning Judith over at her belated bridal shower; while Tom gets roped into letting the dads crash his bachelor party.
When a heat wave hits the city, Alex is appointed Trauma Team Leader as the hospital is faced with an influx of patients during a blackout. With no back-up power available, Dawn and Charlie must figure out a way to continue their surgery as Joel and Maggie attempt to keep a patient alive while stuck in an elevator.Watch Now:Amazon
Kal is just beginning to feel good again when a phone call rocks his world. Raquel continues to do whatever it takes to make money to finance her film. Nick is forced to let Sabrina move in after her parents cut her off. Meanwhile, things begin to heat up between Abby and Gray. Finally, Connor isn't sure who he can trust.Watch Now:Amazon
Appa and Umma are at odds over a wedding dress, while Shannon and Jung struggle with cultural sensitivities after a visit to a burger joint. Janet grapples with the fallout of Raj's canceled engagement and faces an awkward night out with Nathan.Watch Now:Amazon
Alex and Charlie work on a couple who have been mauled by a bear, but as they delve further into the case, begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. Meanwhile, a Buddhist with a spinal problem tries to teach Joel a lesson.Watch Now:Amazon
With Charlie removed from his ventilator, all he and Alex can do is wait and ask themselves: is this really it? But when a patient comes in for a routine follow-up, her new symptoms could lead Alex and Charlie to making a discovery about Charlie's coma. Meanwhile, Joel cannot operate after breaking his hand, and Maggie and Gavin deal with the aftermath of their kiss.Watch Now:Amazon
When a severely injured man under the spell of hypnosis cannot remember his identity, the hypnotist who put him under is called into the hospital – where he uses his psychic ability to connect Charlie and Alex. Meanwhile, a young woman comes into the E.R. with a neck injury, but it’s Hope Z’s psych resident, Gavin who knows how to help her.Watch Now:Amazon
Seven years after suffering a mental breakdown during a performance of "Hamlet" at the New Burbage Festival, Geoffrey Tennant is struggling to make ends meet, managing the dilapidated Theatre Sans Argent (Theatre Without Money). Oliver Welles, still the artistic director at the festival, is mounting his tenth identical production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream", and is worried that his has lost his creative edge. Richard Smith-Jones, general manager of the festival, attempts to save the funding as their sponsor, Lenstrex, goes through a change of management. The new Lenstrex liaison, Holly Day, seems interest in the festival, and in Richard. Kate McNab, an actress making her debut in the play, is shocked that her high school drama teacher wants to give up his teaching career to act in the festival.Watch Now:Amazon