On The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 16, Shaun hyperfocuses on finding out the real reason a Jane Doe died while Morgan and Claire deal with a patient's split personality

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The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 16 revolves around people's inability to express love.

Shaun throws himself into a new case after breaking up with Carly. He has a homeless patient with no name who died on the operating table and he becomes desperate to find out what caused her death. Melendez and Lim tell him to move on, but he won't listen.

Eventually, Shaun and Park locate the woman's son, Jules, who is bitter about his mother and says he does not care how she died. Shaun has an autistic meltdown and gets arrested.

Glassman gets Shaun from jail and tries to convince him this is because of the breakup with Carly. Shaun insists he's fine and that he can't tell Lea he loves her because Lea might reject him.

Later, Shaun and Carly solve the autopsy together but Shaun tells Carly she's right -- he loves Lea more.

Meanwhile, Morgan and Claire work with a patient who exhibits an alternate personality at night. His alter is caused by a cyst in his brain that he isn't sure he wants drained since it isn't life-threatening

To find out what happens, watch The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 16 online.

Episode Details

On The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 16, Shaun is obsessed with performing an autopsy on a Jane Doe and makes an emotional confession with questionable results.


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The Good Doctor
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The Good Doctor Season 3 Episode 16 Quotes

Patients die, Dr. Murphy. That's something else we have to own.

Melendez

Shaun: Carly broke up with me.
Melendez: I thought you two were doing great.
Shaun: We were, but then we weren't. Cross clamp, please.
Park: You must really be hurting.
Shaun: Not really.
Melendez: We've all been there. It helps when you own you're in pain.
Shaun: There is nothing for me to own because I'm fine.