Evan and Paige need new digs, Divya and Jeremiah consider re-entering the dating world and Hank Bonds it up in Monte Carlo on Boris' behalf.
Indeed, Royal Pains Season 6 Episode 4 was quite the grab bag of plot lines, which made for an interesting hour of television.
Boris’ continued perversion of Hank’s medical services for reasons unknown to anyone but Boris annoyed me for a time, especially when he began to feign dementia.
But, yet again, and in lieu of shouldering any responsibility in his own affairs, he flew Hank to Monte Carlo in an attempt to try and flush out the bank contact.
While it worked, you really have to give it to Hank for blurring the lines even more by exacerbating and straight up fabricating some his captor's symptoms.
And the praise for our Hamptonites doesn't stop there, as Jeremiah and Divya deserve a round of applause for the steps they took towards new phases in their lives - both pushing themselves out of their comfort zones.
It appears my dreams of Divya and Jeremiah potentially getting together have either been completely dashed or temporarily put on hold, as they shared a frank conversation between themselves about the hurdles they faced when deciding whether to get back out there.
Of course Divya would choose to hide behind motherhood, but Jeremiah - inspired by the firefighters they treated this week - decided to take up lifting to potentially impress his new lady friend. He should have left his pickup line at home, though.
Someone who could have definitely benefited from a pick-me-up this week was Evan, whose overzealous Hunger Games theme for Emma's welcome party got he and Paige evicted from their home. I have to say it was pretty entertaining (and initially shocking) to see him and Paige rocking the Capitol style.
Luckily, their therapist had some spare space that they could move into. And it seems the new place will be a great fit... for just them. Not going to lie, I felt kinda bad for Emma, but she seemed fine with the new arrangements.
Overall, tonight's episode was a solid one. Which story line was your favorite?
C. Charles is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.Tags: Royal Pains, Reviews