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Faces 

Dr. Andrews tries to convince a grieving mother to donate her teenage daughters face to another young girl whose face was horribly disfigured in an accident. Shaun spends a vacation day with Dr. Glassman and they end up on a road trip.

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David Shore (developed by), Jae-Beom Park (based on the Korean Broadcasting System television series by) (as Jaebeom Park) | 6 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Freddie Highmore ... Dr. Shaun Murphy
Nicholas Gonzalez ... Dr. Neil Melendez
Antonia Thomas ... Dr. Claire Browne
Tamlyn Tomita ... Allegra Aoki (credit only)
Fiona Gubelmann ... Dr. Morgan Reznick
Will Yun Lee ... Dr. Alex Park
Christina Chang ... Dr. Audrey Lim
Paige Spara ... Lea Dilallo (credit only)
Hill Harper ... Dr. Marcus Andrews
Richard Schiff ... Dr. Aaron Glassman
Chloe Csengery ... Molly / Karin Tindle
Lilli Birdsell ... Shannon Tindle
Mo Gaffney ... Uber Driver
Kurt Evans ... Dean
Michael David Simms Michael David Simms ... Flakey
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Dr. Andrews tries to convince a grieving mother to donate her teenage daughters face to another young girl whose face was horribly disfigured in an accident. Shaun spends a vacation day with Dr. Glassman and they end up on a road trip.

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Drama

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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You Worry Me
Written by Luke Mossman (uncredited)
Performed by Nathaniel Rateliff & Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (as The Night Sweats)
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A bit misleading
15 February 2019 | by jodi-44528See all my reviews

I love this show, and will admit I cried - a lot - during this episode. As a mother, I can't imagine having to donate parts of my child's body. However, a face transplant like this would not happen as was shown in this episode. The recipient is not going to look like the donor. She wouldn't immediately wake up and be able to move her face like she did. There would be major scarring and swelling. Just unrealistic. And if the recipient had as much skeletal damage as was depicted prior to the surgery, the facial structure would be less than perfect. I know this is a fictional show and they have to take some liberties with the surgeries, etc. But this could have been even more powerful had they shown a more realistic outcome.

Still a great episode


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