The BEST Episodes of Rush (2014)

Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!

Last Updated: Nov 8, 2019

Network: USA Network

RUSH examines the world of renegade physician Dr. William P. Rush, a “medical fixer” who privately caters to LA’s elite and whose service comes with a hefty price tag. Though the hard-partying doctor claims that he doesn’t make judgments about his less-than-squeaky-clean clients, he’s not immune to the ugliness that he encounters.

Bitter Sweet Symphony

#1 - Bitter Sweet Symphony

Season 1 - Episode 10

Rush makes some big life changes in order to start a new life with Sarah, but he can’t seem to escape the ghosts of his past. Meanwhile, Eve deals with the ramifications of her last encounter with her ex-boyfriend J.P. Also, Alex’s mistakes come to a head when Steffi reappears with a shocking proposal.

star 8.25
126 votes
Directors: Deran Sarafian
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Dirty Work

#2 - Dirty Work

Season 1 - Episode 9

Rush’s renewed relationship with Sarah gets complicated. Meanwhile, Alex tries to control the fallout with his wife. Also, Sarah urges Eve to think about the other possibilities for her future, only to have them shattered when J.P. resurfaces.

star 8.20
137 votes
Directors: Allan Kroeker
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Where Is My Mind?

#3 - Where Is My Mind?

Season 1 - Episode 5

In order to avoid anxiety, Rush takes on any medical call he gets; Eve discovers her value.

star 8.06
138 votes
Directors: David Barrett
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Learning to Fly

#4 - Learning to Fly

Season 1 - Episode 3

Rush is called in to treat a suspicious medical emergency at a social club where Eve is confronted by someone from her past. Meanwhile, Rush reaches out to his estranged father to help Alex get his job back. However, Rush must navigate his rocky relationship with his father all while chaperoning a troubled actor back to set after he jeopardizes his last-chance comeback.

star 7.98
163 votes
Directors: Alex Zakrzewski
Writers: Jonathan Levine
You Spin Me Round

#5 - You Spin Me Round

Season 1 - Episode 6

Rush and Alex plan a bro-weekend at a medical conference only to discover that Rush’s ex-girlfriend Sarah and her new boyfriend are also attending. Meanwhile, Rush treats a politician trying to hide his illness during an election run.

star 7.95
132 votes
Directors: David Straiton
Writers: Jonathan Levine
We Are Family

#6 - We Are Family

Season 1 - Episode 4

Rush and his stepmother go to lunch, leading to an unexpected outcome. Alex’s marriage is strained because of his relationship with Rush. Rush helps a bail officer with his injured bounty, ending in a harrowing situation. Eve accepts a date trying to embrace the need for balance between her work and personal life.

star 7.93
149 votes
Directors: Bill Johnson
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Don't Ask Me Why

#7 - Don't Ask Me Why

Season 1 - Episode 2

Rush is called in to help an up-and-coming MMA fighter who has a past untreated medical condition that could jeopardize a fight — if not his life. Meanwhile, Alex attempts to save his job at the hospital. Later, Manny and Eve discuss their roles and boundaries in Rush’s life.

star 7.88
170 votes
Directors: Deran Sarafian
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Because I Got High

#8 - Because I Got High

Season 1 - Episode 7

Rush treats a rock star who introduces him to, a powerful hallucinogenic drug that propels him toward a life-changing realization. Meanwhile, Alex takes a call on Rush’s behalf and gets a taste of his lifestyle. Also, Eve grows concerned when personal belongings disappear from her apartment.

star 7.87
126 votes
Directors: Paul A. Edwards
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Get Lucky

#9 - Get Lucky

Season 1 - Episode 8

Rush reconnects with his ex-girlfriend Sarah and finds her a changed person. Meanwhile, Alex goes deeper into Rush’s world and discovers that he may be in over his head. Also, Eve spends time with Manny, who encourages her to take control of her life.

star 7.80
133 votes
Directors: Elodie Keene
Writers: Jonathan Levine
Pilot

#10 - Pilot

Season 1 - Episode 1

When the city’s wealthiest and most elite have a medical emergency, they don’t call an ambulance–they call Dr. Will P. Rush. After an impulsive decision cost him his career as an ER doctor, Rush went freelance. Now, he lives out of a hotel suite and traverses Los Angeles in his mobile office, a vintage Mercedes. Though the hard-partying doctor with a penchant for popping pills doesn’t make judgments on his less-than-squeaky- clean clients, he’s not immune to the ugliness he encounters.

star 7.78
243 votes
Directors: Jonathan Levine
Writers: Jonathan Levine