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Royal Pains

8 Seasons

Season 5
4.6 out of 5 stars (119) IMDb 7/10

After spending the winter recuperating from brain surgery, Hank (Mark Feuerstein) is ready to return to work on the first weekend of summer - or so he thinks. With their Hamptons medical concierge service, HankMed, busier than ever and Boris' (recurring guest star Campbell Scott) death still a mystery, Hank finds himself relying on Jeremiah (new series regular Ben Shenkman) in a very surprising way.

Starring:
Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo

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Season 5

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1. Hankwatch

After recovering from neurosurgery, Hank treats a new Hamptonite, whose fundraiser may be jeopardizing her health. Also, Evan gets more than he bargained for when he pursues a new client.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 12, 2013
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2. Blythe Spirits

Hank treats a local cop with a rebellious teenage daughter whose antics may be affecting his health. Meanwhile, Divya learns that new changes in her life may be more complicated than expected.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 19, 2013
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3. Lawson Translation

Hank and Evan heatedly compete for a new business opportunity. Meanwhile, Divya attempts to covertly reconcile the brothers' differences.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 26, 2013
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4. Pregnant Paws

Hank and Divya treat the owner of a doggy day care, who may be suffering from an unexpected occupational hazard. Meanwhile, Hank and Evan struggle to adjust to some very big news about Divya.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 10, 2013
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5. Vertigo

Hank becomes increasingly involved in the lives of Officer Don and his daughter as he works to diagnose Don's ongoing health issues. Also, Evan takes the first steps in his new political venture.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 17, 2013
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6. Can Of Worms

When Divya's young neighbor falls ill, Jeremiah makes a diagnosis that hits Divya very close to home. Meanwhile, Hank makes a business decision that could change HankMed forever.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: July 24, 2013
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7. Chock Full O'Nuts

Hank treats a spin instructor who has brought his intensity from Wall Street to the Hamptons. Meanwhile, Paige makes a major purchase that shocks and upsets Evan.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 31, 2013
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8. Hammertime

An unexpected visitor and a major auction at Shadow Pond thrust Hank, Evan, and Paige into an unfamiliar, high-stakes world that requires them to pull together like never before.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 7, 2013
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9. Pins And Needles

Hank treats a florist whose dreams may reveal the answer to his medical problems. Also, Divya helps Evan prep for a debate and realizes that a moderator's tweets may be reporting more than news.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 14, 2013
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10. Game Of Phones

When Molly disappears, it's up to Hank and Don to bring her home safely, but the rescue effort turns dangerous. Divya travels to Italy to see her mother and share the good news of her pregnancy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: August 21, 2013
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11. Open Invitation

With Don in a coma, Hank advocates an aggressive treatment plan that puts him at odds with the head of the Hamptons Heritage ICU.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: August 28, 2013
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12. A Trismus Story

It's Election Day and HankMed treats a thrill-seeking Hamptons reporter (guest star Laura Bell Bundy), who isn't about to let her health interrupt her innovative election coverage. Evan and Paige are shocked when the political mudslinging throws their relationship into question. As Don's (recurring guest star Brad Beyer) condition improves, Hank wonders if Molly's (recurring guest star Alexandra Socha) behavioral problems may be more than simple teenage angst. And Jeremiah comes to a disturbing realization when Shelby (recurring guest star Laura Benanti) starts asking questions about Hank's use of pain medication.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: September 4, 2013
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13. Bones To Pick

Hank treats a young paleontologist (guest star Pippa Black) who is preparing a fossilized dinosaur skeleton for auction. Russel (recurring guest star Stephen Spinella) suffers an injury that seems scientifically impossible. Meanwhile, Evan and Paige realize they need to take a drastic step to save their marriage, and Divya learns her pregnancy will be even more challenging than she expected. When the future of HankMed is threatened, Hank tries to save it by reexamining his role in the business.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: September 11, 2013
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Last season it was the golfer guy's story seemingly out of nowhere shoved into the show and dominating too much of the end of the season. His dominant trait was that he was silly. This one is even worse. The cop and his daughter are not only not interesting at all but the character of the daughter is something of a monster. I don't think there is a worse character in existence than some miserable pubescent teenager lashing out at everyone around them and with zero control of themselves. From Boris to her? It reminds me of the couple of episodes I saw of "A Gifted Man". No where near the intensity but I can't bear to watch an intelligent, highly skilled, and extremely generous person who saves people's lives be consistently treated like garbage by people.

I still like the scenery, Divya, and Paige and some of the cases but the miserable people are given too much attention. Out of all the characters you could come up with to live in the Hamptons? This guy and his daughter? I'm so confused.
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....something about this show seems way too convoluted and confusing with plots on top of subplots on top of characters. It's exhausting and feels endless. I always wonder, though, how it will all be pulled together with the wealthy guy's family fairy tale evil and the now stereotyped Asperger symptom character (they are popping up on programs everywhere) will evolve. I miss the days when Hank MacGyvered his way through emergency calls. His doctoring seems less and less important as the ascendance of Evan's character and everything else but the kitchen sink seems to hold sway.
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Living in the mid west I relish spending by the ocean for an hour or two. The characters are well educated, interesting, articulate even with their cuts and insults. Being a nurse I enjoy the medical treatments all the personalities are really fun. Great eye candy. I would give this a 10.
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It is getting annoying with his brother trying to run the show without an ounce of medical experience. A rather poor example of an entrepreneur trying to go out of his way to make his way in business. The only thing that keeps my attention is the doctor.
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As a longtime fan of this show, I have to say that season 5 has met and at times exceeded my expectations. It touches upon some sensitive subjects and handles them with tact and quite a bit of class. I was so glad to see Ben Shenkman's character, Dr. Jeremiah Sacani's storyline blossoming. His portrayal is wonderful to watch.
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This season was just OK for me, Hank's brother, Evan, is a Royal Pain!! There is a big plot arc in this season involving him and a neighbor trying to destroy their company and yawn. Same old, same old. Over all the season was OK but is missing a lot of the first two seasons ....Hank! He makes this show and the more Evan is silent the better the show is.
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After watching several seasons, the plot seems to be getting kind of repetitive. It seems everywhere Hank or his teams goes, someone is getting sick. I sure would stay away from them if I saw them coming. I also get aggravated at Evan because he is always screwing something up. But still, the cast sort of grows on you and you can't help but speculate what is going to happen next so I will probably continue to purchase additional seasons.
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Great series, good cast have all the seasons love the way they help patients in the field, the mini medical machines they use etc.You also learn about alot of things you may never of heard off that exit out there.
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