[Finale] The Resident Season 6 Episode 13 Recap

The Resident‘s men and women both had happy endings in the finale, but one character came perilously close to not having one.  “I love you” exchange between Conrad (Matt Czuchry) and Billie (Jessica Lucas). Both Governor Betz (Steven Culp) and Sammie Bell, the granddaughter of Bruce Greenwood’s character, Bell, are rescued by the hospital’s medical staff (thanks to their deal). Bell is participating in Manish Dayals (Devon) multiple sclerosis trials. Leela (Anuja Joshi) accepts Devon’s proposal and works as an attendant because of it.  If you’re seeking explanations of the Resident Season 6 Episode 13 titled “All Hands on Deck” Recap,tvacute.com provides everything you need to know!

The Resident Season 6 Episode 13 Recap

Conrad and Billie begin The Resident season six episode 13 by getting ready for Gigi’s sixth birthday celebration. It appears that Gigi is okay with Conrad and Billie dating because she is aware of it.

Dr. Randolph Bell calls Conrad and requests that he visit the hospital because Sammy is ill. He dashes to the hospital while leaving Gigi with Billie. Betz, in contrast, is his route to the operating room for his heart surgery. Dr. Kit Voss requests that he reiterated his pledge to save the hospital if they save his life. Honor and Betz shouldn’t really be used together, but let’s wait and see. Kit informs the media of Betz’s status and states that they have everything reason to anticipate a successful outcome following the heart transplant procedure.

To rescue both the Governor and Chastain, AJ and Leela undertake the heart transplant procedure in the operating room. The heart transplant procedure proceeds without a hitch, but it takes some time for the new heart to get back to its regular sinus rhythm. After Betz awakens from the procedure, a new issue surfaces. He experiences shock and chest ache complaints. Concerned about the source of his agony are Conrad, Cade, AJ, and Leela. Together, Devon and Conrad begin eliminating potential reasons. Conrad notices that Betz has an enlarged abdomen after returning to check him out. Bell is consulted since he is an authority on bowel ischemia. Bell decides to conduct the procedure and save Betz’s life even though Betz had him sued the previous time he did it.

When Sammy comes to the hospital, Conrad oversees her care. Everyone is waiting to find out what’s happening while worrying for her. Kit and Bell are informed that Sammy’s condition is not good by Conrad and Devon. Her CT scan indicates that there is a strong likelihood that her cancer has returned. Kit tries to console a distraught Bell. She is asked by Bell to retrieve Dr. Ian Sullivan because he is the best pediatric surgeon.  Ian is currently concentrating on overcoming his addiction and speaking with his sponsor. Because stress makes him sick, he is thinking about leaving his job as a doctor. When Kit calls and asks him to handle Sammy’s case, he is initially hesitant, but Kit insisted that they need him. When Cade’s father returns to Chastain, she is taken aback. Ian tells her that he will just offer advice on the matter and that Kit will be told the truth if it becomes necessary. Although he is not quite convinced, Cade believes that he should remain and assist.

Meanwhile, Billie gives in to Gigi’s persistent requests to visit Sammy and offers to drive her to the hospital. Sammy’s comfort and ease are Gigi’s top priorities, and Kit compares Gigi to Nic. We’re all crying right now! Thankfully, the lab results show that it is not cancer. But they must determine what is happening with Sammy. Bell’s granddaughter seems to have a red tongue, which Gigi observes, and after Devon checks her, he discovers she has Kawasaki’s illness. Before they can begin treatment, her condition deteriorates. After being taken to the operating room, doctors discover that Kawasaki has caused a huge, partially ruptured coronary aneurysm. Ian and James Yamada (Ian Anthony Dale) take over the investigation. The dangerous surgery, which Ian is the one person capable of doing, is a last-ditch effort.

He is compelled by this to confess his addiction to Kit and Bell. Although he earnestly apologizes, they are shocked. Bell must allow him to save his granddaughter because time is of the essence. Sammy is being operated on by Ian in the operating room. When the aneurysm totally bursts, Sammy begins to code. After a brief moment of freezing, Ian cries out to AJ, who is currently trying to save Betz in another operating room. When Bell begins to experience an MS flare, AJ requests Leela to take over. Randolph sits down and watches his flare fade. Leela is asked to perform the lead operation because he has faith in her to complete it on her own.

Before starting the surgery, AJ rushes to Sammy to begin stabilizing his condition. To everyone’s relief, Ian does a fantastic job, and Sammy makes it through the procedure. After his operation, Betz issues a press release promising to reinstate Chastain’s full funding. Kit consents to give Ian another chance but on certain terms. Devon informs Bell that despite the fact that his MS symptoms are worsening, he is still qualified for the trial’s second phase. Full remission is still possible, and Bell is willing to take the chance to find the solution. He expresses gratitude to Devon and expresses his happiness that they will be working together to save his life.

Bell talks with Ian before deciding to take a time off. They discover that they have a great deal in common, and Bell warns him to watch out for relapsing into his addiction. Bell is told by Ian that he has done a lot of good, especially by instructing the younger generation.  In recognition of Leela’s new role as an attending, Bell accepts and presents her with his stethoscope. She accepts Devon’s proposal as well.

With assistance from Leela and AJ, Padma visits the twins once more. AJ expresses his gratitude to her for supporting him and providing for him. In Sammy’s hospital room, Gigi’s immediate family celebrates her birthday before the episode concludes. Billie receives a hug from Conrad and a declaration of love. Before giving him a tender kiss, she turns toward him and declares that she loves him too.

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