On The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 10, Lea struggles to prove herself after a cyberattack while tensions rise between Claire and Lim over a patient's lie.

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The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 10 is all about communication.

Claire and Shaun treat a famous athlete who overcame cancer and now has a lung infection. They refuse to give him surgery because of the chemo he underwent even though he says he wants the surgery. After an antifungal drug fails to help him, he confesses that he never had cancer so therefore the surgery should work fine.

Claire is angry and doesn't want to treat the patient, but Lim says that she should separate her personal feelings from her professionalism and orders the surgery. However, a reporter breaks the story about the lie using an anonymous source from the hospital. Lim is sure it was Claire and says if she could prove it, she would fire her.

Meanwhile, cyberhackers hit the hospital, giving them 24 hours to pay a ransom or they will destroy all their computerized systems. Lea is sure she can undo the damage, but an insurance agent thinks she can't and pressures Glassman to let him negotiate a better deal with the hackers. Lea feels no one respects her because she's a woman and is angry at everyone.

Finally, Morgan needs to get a liver transplant for a patient with Downs' but runs into problems because of the woman's expected shortened life expectancy.

To find out what happens, watch The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 10 online.

Episode Details

On The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 10, Lea grabs a chance to prove herself after cyberattackers hit the hospital and the team treat a cancer patient with a secret.

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The Good Doctor Season 4 Episode 10 Quotes

Olivia: I can't get it open. My code won't work.
Claire: Well, figure it out! This patient needs a chest tube.

Morgan: Not the result we hoped for. Your labs confirmed what we saw in the ultrasound. You're in end-stage liver disease.
Woman: But I always take my medicine.
Morgan: I know. You're the most compliant patient I have. But autoimmune hepatitis can progress even with treatment. You need a liver transplant. We talked about that before, remember? But you're gonna have a fantastic team of surgeons working their tails off to get you fixed up. We're gonna get you admitted. Do you have any questions?
Woman: Someone has to die so I can live?