Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10 Release Date and “I Thought I Lost You” Will Vivian survive?

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 4

Good Sam season 1 episode 10 will air on the CBS Television Network on Wednesday, April 6th (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), and will be available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+*. The event will continue next week, and the wait will be well worth it.

Fans, are you excited for the new episode of Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10, after the devastating episode. To know more about the episode, you can check out its synopsis and promo at

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Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10 Spoilers

Do you want to know what’s going on with Good Sam season 1 episode 10? The title is “I Thought I Lost You,” the story will pick up where it left off epiosde 9. Dr. Sam Griffith and her father, Griff, will have more to deal with in the wake of the storm than ever before. There is no doubt about it: Vivian (Wendy Crewson) is in danger. Will they be able to save Vivian? The following episode will be special, and it will also feature some really intense emotional responses at every step. We’re excited about a lot of this because it could put most of these characters through a test they haven’t been put through before.

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10 Promo

Good Sam Episode 1.10 Synopsis: In the aftermath of a devastating storm, Dr. Sam Griffith and her father, Griff, come together to support her injured mother, Vivian. Also, Dr. Lex Trulie and Dr. Joey Costa each make pivotal decisions about their futures.

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10 Release Date

Good Sam Episode 10 will release on Wednesday, April. 6 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream life and on-demand on Paramount+*. The episodes are also available for viewing on Youtube TV, and Amazon Prime Video. Meanwhile, viewers in Canada may tune in to Global TV to see the show. In addition, the show is broadcast on TVNZ in New Zealand. In India, the show is available on Voot.

Good Sam Episode 4 Episode 10 Cast

REGULAR CAST: Sophia Bush (Dr. Sam Griffith) Jason Isaacs (Dr. Rob “Griff” Griffith) Skye P. Marshall (Dr. Lex Trulie) Michael Stahl-David (Dr. Caleb Tucker) Omar Maskati (Dr. Isan M. Shah) Davi Santos (Dr. Joey Costa) Wendy Crewson (Vivian Katz) Edwin Hodge (Malcolm A. Kingsley)

RECURRING CAST: Victoria Rowell (Tina Kingsley) Marium Carvell (Nurse Donna Williams) Stephen Tracey (Tim Davis) Travis Van Winkle (Dr. Eric Kace) GUEST CAST: Yanna McIntosh (Rhonda Glass) Brian Paul (Dr. Anders) Pearl Sun (Nurse Opal) Rong Fu (Dr. Lee) Ian Ho (Kevin Dunn) Ipsita Paul (Gladys Bridges) Nancy Robertson (Patricia Clark) Zarrin Darnell-Marin (Sadie Jones) Christina Song (Cathy Dunn) Matt Medrano (Randy Dunn) WRITTEN BY: Anna Mackey & Bashir Gavriel DIRECTED BY: Bosede Williams

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A little too much fun at the hospital for Sam and Caleb. Suddenly, Caleb interrupts, telling Sam she needs to talk to Griff because she’s been avoiding him for two weeks now. Sam hasn’t called Vivian yet, which is understandable given that she’s still at a conference and Sam is ignoring her calls. Meanwhile, Griff tries to assist in the trauma center, but Sam tells him that he has to obtain supplies because he’s still in PTSD treatment. The commotion begins in the emergency room, as a young boy named Kevin is brought in after being hit by a bus that has skidded off the road. Kevin isn’t the only one who has ended up in the ER as a result of that bus. After hitting him, the plane crashed, and there are more passengers on board than there are rooms. There aren’t enough personnel to aid because of the storms, and the crash happened during a shift change. Carla, a woman who was injured in the incident, is brought in, and she is not pleased. Meanwhile, Dorothy, the bus driver, is brought in with a contusion from the steering wheel and glass in her knuckles. Sam and Lex manually decrease a femur fracture after discovering it, but Dorothy does not react to the pain. Carla informs Lex that she should be in jail for attempted homicide when Lex walks past her.

Dorothy, in fact, suffers from bipolar disorder. Lex suggests Joey utilize the wellness center’s water tanks, and he’ll figure out how to sterilize it because it’s similar to heart surgery. While Joey is able to provide Carla with water for her dialysis, Lex discovers that all of Dorothy’s tests have come back negative, with the exception of a pregnancy test. Meanwhile, Carla’s heart is depleted of oxygen as a result of her inaction. Kevin is unable to obtain imaging due to a CT backlog. Kevin’s parents, who are stranded at a deli, are on the phone. Kevin’s heart is moving back to his left side as a result of the thoracostamy. he will require surgery. Kevin does not want to have heart surgery and instead wishes to return home. The Wi-Fi goes out due to the storm. Griff keeps Kevin company and talks to him about the procedure and dying, first stating that he will not do the surgery. Kevin, on the other hand, gives in and tells him he won’t die. Sam and Griff can’t agree on treatment for Kevin. All roads have been closed due to the declaration of a state of emergency. Every elective procedure in the OR is canceled, and Sam receives a blood bank inventory. They’re not going to stop till the storm passes. Sam heads upstairs to the overflow room, which is extremely busy. Donna isn’t alone, though, because Malcolm is assisting her. Malcolm inquires if she requires assistance, and Sam brings up the blood shortage. The hospital is lacking in more than just blood and employees. The pipes have frozen over, and it’s not long until they’re discovered. Because no one can provide additional blood due to the bridge collapse, blood must be rationed.

Caleb offers to assist, and they all get right to work. The power goes out right at the start of Kevin’s six-hour surgery, as if things couldn’t get any worse. While the generator is turned on in other parts of the hospital, the OR remains dark. Sam is caught on a decision because the blood needed for the surgery has two other demands. Tim discusses wedding bands with Joey, but that is the last thing on Joey’s mind.Another alert was dispatched by dispatch; an overpass on I-75 had collapsed. Joey discovers it’s close to Tim’s last known location. Carla senses something is awry while Joey prepares Carla’s dialysis, and Joey discloses that his fiancée is stranded in the storm.

Kevin awakens from his surgery, still in the operating room due to the power outage. The electricity is restored after Sam locates Griff in the OR with Kevin, who had stayed there all night. Kevin had a rough night, according to Griff, but Sam was never alone. He implores his daughter to speak with Vivian. Dorothy is now OK. She accuses herself of being to blame f., but Lex assures her that it was not her fault. Despite Malcolm and Caleb’s collaboration, the blood drive was a huge success. Another major accomplishment is Tim’s return to the hospital, where he is doing well. He and Joey share a touching reunion during which they both apologise for the rings. The ecstatic reunion is joined by Sam and Lex. Caleb, on the other hand, reminds them of what they’ve all done. When the Wi-Fi is restored, everyone can see just how bad the I-75 overpass collapse was. When Griff informs Sam that Kevin’s parents have arrived, but have not entered through the front door. Meanwhile, more victims are being admitted to the ER, and while Griff and Sam are watching the news, Sam notices an overturned automobile she recognizes as Vivian’s.

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