Black Box Spoilers: I Shall Be Released [WATCH VIDEO]

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Black Box Spoilers: I Shall Be Released [WATCH VIDEO]

“Black Box” Season 1 Episode 10 “I Shall Be Released” airs on Thursday, July 10, 2014, at 10:00 p.m. on ABC. Catherine continues to hide her secret, while Will hires Esme in his restaurant. WARNING! Read only if you want to learn more about Movie News Guide’s (MNG) “Black Box” Season 1 Episode 10 “I Shall Be Released” spoilers and a quick recap of Episode 9 “Sing Like Me.”

“Black Box” Season 1 Episode 9 “Sing Like Me” aired on July 3, 2014. It was directed by Tricia Brock and written by Amy Holden Jones. The episode began with Catherine (Kelly Reilly) and her colleagues from The Cube kicking off their music study with several patients.


The first case was Farrah, a popular competition winner who mysteriously could not recognize any musical notes. The Cube found out that she got a worm in her head due to contaminated drinking water. On the other hand, a street musician named Wade could not play his saxophone anymore because of tremors. At first, they thought that it was due to his alcohol drinking. They also learned that he got depressed after his wife died due to complications from a medical operation.

Two more patients needed The Cube’s help, including Babu, one of the facility’s maintenance personnel who suffered from an “earworm” and Mark, who became an excellent violin player after getting struck by lightning. They found out that there’s no problem on him. It’s just that his tone-deaf abilities seemed to be rewired after the mishap.

Later, Catherine went to Joshua’s (David Chisum) family’s home. She was happy when she heard that Esme (Siobhan Williams) was playing the piano. She later learned that Rhaegan had given consent to her estranged father, Hunter (David Rasche), to teach Esme. It was already going great for a month without her knowledge. Hunter visited her office to apologize and gave her the necklace that he bought for her mother when Catherine was born.

With her father’s help, Wade agreed to undergo the operation, while Hunter waited with his keyboards in the same operating room. Immediately, Wade woke up and played the saxophone. The people in the entire building heard the music, including the newly operated Farrah and violin-playing Mark. Moreover, Babu had finally gotten the earworm out and heard the new song.

On the other hand, Ian Bickman (Ditch Davey) confessed that he is willing to “share” Catherine with Will (David Ajala). A suprised Catherine agreed not to tell Will about their secret affair. Speaking of Will, he joined Catherine and her family to celebrate the successful operation. The episode ended with Esme asking Will for a job. Will used Bickman’s pen that he got from Catherine to write his number.

SPOILER ALERT: “Black Box” Season 1 Episode 10 “I Shall Be Released” is directed by Tricia Brock and written by Ish Goldstein and Matt Robinson.

According to Spoiler TV, the “I Shall Be Released” episode will feature Dr. Catherine Black and her colleagues as they take on new cases. The case is about the patients who have the Cotard’s syndrome. The said illness makes the person affected think that he is already dead. On the other hand, a mother will have a hard time accepting that it is too late to save her daughter. The doctors handling the case don’t know that her daughter has meningitis.

Esme is now hired at Will’s restaurant after she asked for a job. Unfortunately, she has also found out about his relationship with the Delilah, the hostess at the restaurant. Will then finally confronts Catherine about her secret. Will she tell her fiance about her affair with Bickman? What information would she share? Will it be about her bipolar disorder?

And that’s it for “Black Box” Season 1 Episode 10 ”I Shall Be Released” spoilers. It airs on Thursday, July 10, 2014, at 10:00 p.m. on ABC. Check out Movie News Guide (MNG) regularly for the latest news about “Black Box,” including recaps and spoilers, as well as other entertainment news.

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