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Royal Pains Season 2

"Listen to the Music"

John Legend appears on the second season finale of Royal Pains. Elsewhere, Hank tries to get to the bottom of a case of a woman who has been misdiagnosed.

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"Fight or Flight"

Hank thinks there's a reason why a woman who recently moved to The Hamptons can't fall asleep. Meanwhile, Evan learns something about Paige.

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"Astraphobia"

Hank saves the life of a park ranger on this week's episode. The patient is played by Jim Gaffigan.

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"A History of Violins"

Bob Gunton guest stars on this episode. Its great title? A History of Violins.

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"Pit Stop"

Hank is called to the set of a reality TV show this week. He and Divya must determine why everyone in the house is ill.

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"Mulligan"

Royal Pains is back! This is the first episode of its winter season.

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"Open Up Your Yenta Mouth and Say Ah"

This is the summer finale of Royal Pains. During the hour, Divya is shocked by her reaction to Adam's failing health, while a patient doesn't stick around long enough for Hank to make a proper diagnosis.

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"Big Whoop"

Hank and Emily disagree on the treatment of a patient this week's episode "Big Whoop". Elsewhere, Evan comes up a cyber retaliation plan against Emily. That can't be a good idea.

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"Whole Lotto Love"

One of Hank's patients thinks a lotto curse is causing ailments this week in "Whole Lotto Love". Elsewhere, Divya is bothered by a new attraction.

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"Frenemies"

Hank examines Dr. Blair's son on this week's episode, "Frenemies". Also, Paige gets ready to introduce her parents to Evan. Read on to see how that goes.

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"Comfort's Overrated"

On this week's episode, "Comfort's Overrated", the purveyor of a popular Hamptons food truck exhibits very strange behavior. Fortunately, Hank is around to pinpoint the cause of his symptoms.

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"The Hankover"

Hank treats a childhood enemy in "The Hankover". Elsewhere, Raj's bachelor party is Evan's latest project; and a bridal event draws Divya and Jill to the city.

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"In Vino Veritas"

Evan is off to a winery this week, while Hank must improvise on a teen patient with the help of his father. Read on for a full recap of "In Vino Veritas."

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"Mano a Mano"

This week's episode, "Mano a Mano", Boris's experimental treatments leave Hank scrambling to save this character's life. Elsewhere, Divya and Dr. Peck continue to have issues.

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"Medusa"

In "Medusa", Hank heads out of the country with Boris. The goal? Gene therapy research. Elsewhere, Divya is annoyed by Hank's temporary replacement.

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"Keeping the Faith"

Professional wrestler The Big Show guest stars on this week's episode "Keeping the Faith". He plays a security guard/actor that Hank must help.

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"Lovesick"

Welcome, Henry Winkler! The former Happy Days star makes his presence felt on this week's episode, "Lovesick", playing Hank and Evan's father.

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"Spasticity"

The second season of Royal Pains picks up with HankMed is still bankrupt. We've got a full recap of events from "Spasticity" here and now.

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Season:
2
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Total Episodes:
18

Royal Pains Season 2 Quotes

I'm not going home, he's coming back guaranteed.

Evan

Should I grab a copy of US Weekly and have a seat in the waiting room?

Boris
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