Good Sam Season 1 Episode 9 “A Light in the Storm” Release Date | Spoilers | Promo | Cast

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Good Sam season 1 episode 9 will air on the CBS Television Network on Wednesday, March 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), and will be available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+*.

In last week’s episode of Good Sam, Rob, on the other hand, wasn’t going down without a fight because he didn’t have a good reason for his current mental health troubles. To learn more about episode 8 read the recap below. Now Fans, are you excited for the new episode of Good Sam Season 1 Episode 9, which is coming up tonight? To know more about the episode, you can check out its synopsis and promo at

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 10 Release Date

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 9 Spoilers

Do you want to know what’s going on with Good Sam season 1 episode 9? The title is “A Light in the Storm,” and we believe it will be a strong, patient-focused story from beginning to end. A big storm will hit the town in this episode, resulting in a large number of patients being admitted to the hospital. This will make things difficult for Sam and her crew.

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 9 Promo

Good Sam Episode 109 Synopsis: When a devastating storm leads to an overflow of patients and limited resources, Dr. Sam Griffith and her team are forced to make impossible choices about their patients’ care. Also, Dr. Rob Griffith connects with a young patient admitted with a rare heart condition.

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Good Sam Season 1 Episode 9 Release Date

Good Sam Episode 9 will release on Wednesday, March. 30 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 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)

Guest CAST: Marium Carvell as Nurse Donna Williams, Stephen Tracey as Tim Davis, Douglas E. Hughes as Bernie, Indy Saluja as Dr. Bhatt, Pearl Sun as Nurse Opal, Ian Ho as Kevin Dunn, Ipsita Paul as Gladys Bridges, Donzaleigh Abernathy as Carla, Maggie Huculak as Dorothy, Christina Song as Cathy Dunn, Matt Medrano as Randy Dunn, Sangita Patel as News Anchor,  WRITTEN BY: Sara Casey and Manuel Herrera DIRECTED BY: Tessa Blake

Good Sam Season 1 Episode 8 Recap

Rob was relieved to learn that his reports were all clear, and Sam and Lex were relieved as well. Rob, on the other hand, wasn’t going down without a fight because he didn’t have a good reason for his current mental health troubles. Sam advised Rob to see a therapist after learning about his nightmares from Lex, and who better to recommend than Vivian’s current spouse Asher Pyne? Meanwhile, Sam and her crew were tending to a patient named Amy who had become ill and had vomited blood right in front of them. So she was taken to the hospital for surgery to see what was wrong with her, and it was revealed that her liver had been injured. But that was shocking because she claimed to have been sober for three years unless she was lying. However, they discovered that she had a rare disease that caused her body to produce its own alcohol, which was causing the increased alcohol in her blood.

Rob and Vivian Isan and Joey, on the other hand, were caring for an Indian patient, and Isan was a little delayed in responding to the primary doctor’s queries. It turned out that he had been doubting himself since the previous time he lost a patient. However, instead of Joey, the patient requested that Isan accompany him to his brain tumor surgery. Furthermore, the patient reassured Isan that he should have no doubts about himself because he embodies what a doctor should be. Moving on, Sam had already discovered that Rob’s issues were caused by PTSD and that the event that triggered it was her childhood accident. Vivian, on the other hand, deduced that the core cause was a secret she and Rob had been keeping from Sam since the day of his accident. Vivian eventually admitted that Rob was inebriated at the time of the accident, which is why she refused to admit him to the hospital. She then admitted to Sam that she did it to save his job and keep the hospital out of a scandal. Sam’s heart, however, had been broken. Meanwhile, Caleb validated his hunch concerning Amy, namely that her bladder was the source of the alcohol, which could be remedied. Finally, we see Sam meeting Caleb alone in the storeroom because she wanted to get intimate to distract herself from her bad day, and he obliged.

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