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Hawthorne 3 Seasons 2011

Season 3
3.8 out of 5 stars (84) IMDb 6.2/10

As the head nurse at James River Hospital, Christina Hawthorne is used to diagnosing and solving the problems of others. But when it comes to the problem of a heart split between two men, Christina can't find the right remedy for her own situation. HawthoRNe stars Jada Pinkett Smith as Nurse Christina with Michael Vartan and, joining the cast this season, music superstar Marc Anthony.

Starring:
Jada Pinkett Smith, Suleka Mathew
Original air date:
August 16, 2011

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1. For Better or Worse

On the heels of her and Tom's (Michael Vartan) wedding, an attack in the hospital parking lot endangers both Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) and her unborn child. And as Morrissey (James Morrison) looks to appoint a new head nurse, Steve (Adam Rayner) makes an important decision about his future.

CC TV-14 June 14, 2011 43 minutes
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2. Fight or Flight

While recovering from her attack and struggling to cope with being replaced by Bobbie (Suleka Mathew), Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) tries to protect an abandoned girl from being put into foster care. Meanwhile, the frustration with his inability to protect his new wife leads Tom (Michael Vartan) to take drastic measures.

CC TV-14 June 21, 2011 43 minutes
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3. Parental Guidance Required

Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) is drawn back to the hospital when Nick (Mark Anthony) asks for help in treating his headstrong mother (guest star Miriam Colon). And when Harry Foxe (guest star Ben Cross) arrives for weight loss surgery, Steve (Adam Rayner) must acknowledge that the English crime boss is his estranged dad.

CC TV-14 June 28, 2011 42 minutes
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4. A Fair to Remember

As the Internal Affairs investigation into the death of Christina's (Jada Pinkett Smith) attacker strains her relationship with Tom (Michael Vartan), Kelly (Vanessa Lengies) can't get anyone to listen when she suspects that a dangerous infection is spreading through the hospital. Meanwhile, Camille (Hannah Hodson) plunges headlong into Miles's (Derek Luke) messy personal life.

CC TV-14 July 5, 2011 43 minutes
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5. Let Freedom Sing

As she and Tom (Michael Vartan) look to repair their fractured relationship, Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) is surprised by Camille's (Hannah Hodson) decision to stay in Richmond for now. As Camille helps Miles counsel a cancer patient, Nick (Marc Anthony) undergoes a harsh interrogation about his role in the murder of Christina's assailant.

CC TV-14 July 12, 2011 42 minutes
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6. Just Between Friends

As Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) persuades Nick (Marc Anthony) to have a birthday party for his ailing mother, Camille's relationship with Miles (Derek Luke) is endangered after her negligence nearly kills his son. Meanwhile, Gail (Vanessa Bell Calloway) confronts Morrissey (James Morrison) about his drinking.

CC TV-14 July 19, 2011 43 minutes
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7. To Tell The Truth

With Morrissey in rehab, the no-nonsense board member brought in to serve as interim director has some surprises in store for Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) and Bobbie (Suleka Mathew). And as Bobbie tries to enhance her reputation by enlisting a smooth-talking investment manager to help with fundraising, Christina's strong feelings for Nick (Marc Anthony) threaten to upend her marriage.

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8. Price of Admission

As the problems brought on by her affair with Nick send Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) to see a therapist, Tom (Michael Vartan) makes it clear that he won't stay on at James River if his wife is hired to run the hospital. Meanwhile, Steve (Adam Rayner) struggles to help an EMT who's been diagnosed with ALS.

CC TV-14 August 2, 2011 42 minutes
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9. Signed, Sealed, Delivered

As Christina (Jada Pinkett Smith) looks to move beyond her divorce, her plans to leave town are upended by the death of Nick's (Marc Anthony) mother. And as Bobbie (Suleka Mathew) learns that the money she lost to a con man may be returned, Steve (Adam Rayner) struggles with his estranged father's grave illness.

CC TV-14 August 9, 2011 43 minutes
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10. A Shot in the Dark

As EMT Tony Gee (guest star Cress Williams) refuses treatment for an injury so that he won't have to live with ALS, Christina (Jade Pinkett Smith) returns to the hospital in the wake of her divorce even as she worries about Nick's (Marc Anthony) sudden disappearance.

CC TV-14 August 16, 2011 42 minutes
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Sigh! What do I say. I really enjoyed seasons one and two. Waiting for season three to be released (I do not watch television) I couldn't understand why anyone would cancel a really good bit of work. Having watched season three, now I understand. What was focused on patients, hospitals and those that work there has suddenly switched to a much darker introspective detailing of a few focal characters with the hospital and patients mere, largely ignored, backdrop for some extremely depressing character assassinations.

Nurse Hawthorne is badly injured and looses her baby. The trained health professionals surrounding her react by firing her and confronting her, en masse, with HER faults! This highly inappropriate response is supposedly lead by a trained crisis councilor who, apparently, has never even met the victim. An excellent chance to educate folks about trauma, reactions to trauma, and appropriate behavior with the traumatized is, instead, used to heap additional trauma on the already dazed and bleeding victim.

They lost their direction and could not find their way back. Instead they kept making it worse. Perhaps it would be better thinking of HawthoRNe as having only two seasons. Sigh¡
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What? The first season was great and had focus. This season was awful. No focus with hardly a great story line. I hated it. There only a few patients scattered through this season. Story turned to the sad life of someone who lost her mind. No wonder it was cancelled!
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The first two seasons of Hawthorne were pretty good. I think it was probably one of the better medical dramas on television. Yeah, a lot of it was totally predictable and inaccurate but that is 95% of television shows. I liked how it was both comical and serious. I don't watch a lot of t.v., but I actually liked Hawthorne.

The third season is a train wreck. It's like the writers forgot the entire premise of the show and turned it into a very, very bad soap opera. I don't want to spoil it for those who would want to waste there time watching it, but it takes a dramatically different direction. The show now revolves entirely around Christina's personal life and I don't think there were any patient stories this entire season. Hawthorne has so many interesting characters and could have done a lot with them but didn't - at all. Everyone seems out of character, there are too many odd religious references, every episode is totally disjointed and slow, the story lines make no sense at all. Some of the characters who were in the first two seasons disappear off the face of the earth with absolutely no explanation. It's like a seven-year-old wrote the plot for the third season. I know, I probably shouldn't be insulting seven-year-old's.
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I agree with many other reviewers; this season turned into a soap opera and it just got worse and worse. Despite some good elements--I liked the soul searching and personal changes many characters faced; I liked learning more about Christina's past; I liked the religious elements...ultimately I do not believe the level of drama the writers amped up into these characters. I believe Christina had more integrity and more capacity to deal with trauma than this season wrote her to have. The amping up element of the drama was not believable.

Also, the ABRUPT change in the story line about Camille's love life was insulting to me as a viewer. I'm not stupid. I know what happened in Season 2, so what is wrong with the writers that they couldn't spend five minutes explaining how she gets from point A in Season 2 to point B in Season 3? Give me a break. This was the most blatant example of poor writing I've seen in a show in a very long time. It makes me think there were some very bad choices being made behind the scenes that led to such a bad season overall. As a viewer, I am genuinely appalled by the decision to defenestrate the verisimilitude of Camille's romantic storyline. Unlike the Defenestration of Prague, there was no soft landing for what they threw out the window here!--just a completely unnecessary jettisoning of continuity and believability that got worse, and worse, and worse as the season progressed.

SOAP OPERA plot aspects SPOILER ALERT: The season had plenty of drama just from the first episode, but amping it up with more violence, infidelity, divorce, and murder made it into a different show than the show I was watching in Seasons 1 and 2. I agree with another reviewer: better to think of this as a two-season show.
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Season 3 not so much.The story lines sort of fell apart on this season. I likes some episodes but as a whole, not anywhere near the caliber of seasons 1 and 2.
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I used to love this show then the whole infidelity deal came up and I was just disgusted and done with the series.
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Primarily, I am upset about the season finale -- it was actually the series finale, and left the viewer hanging, never to know how anything turned out. And, secondly, the final season was becoming more like a sappy soap opera
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I really hate this episode... After everything that's happened she sleeps with Nick who is the sleaziest ever guy on this show. I thought the show was looking up until this happened, I feel greatly disappointed by this episode
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