The latest episode of “The Night Shift” Season 1 Episode 3 “Hog Wild” aired on Tuesday, June 10, 2014, at 10:00 p.m. on NBC. Even if it’s a newcomer, we think that this show is not that boring, which is a good thing. Read on to learn more about Episode 3 “Hog Wild” recap.
“The Night Shift” Recap: Season 1 Episode 3 “Hog Wild”
Before their shift started, most of the team was supporting Drew at one of his fights. This time around, he’s in a cage match, and the whole fight was so intense. It was so nice to see the team gather to support Drew. It felt like they were really one big family.
When their shift began, Ragosa announced that he’s going to close down the Tailgate (rooftop). Landry told Ragosa that closing it was definitely not a good way to gain the respect of his team, but in fact, he’s only pushing them away. Ragosa did not like what she said, but he knew at the back of his mind that she was right.
Topher found a little girl wandering at the hospital and asked her what she was doing there. The little girl gave Topher the impression that she needs an MRI only to find out that it was her father who really needs it when she started screaming inside the machine. The truth was, she was only tricking her father to follow her so her father can get the MRI. This whole scene made Topher miss his family more, so he called his wife, Lynn, and almost broke down when he heard her voice. It was so difficult for him to be away from his family.
Meanwhile, TC and Paul had a case in their hands. When they were in the scene, TC had a flashback of a combat he experienced in Afghanistan. We saw a woman on the ground with an arrow sticking out on her shoulder and another person who was bitten by a hog. It turned out that they were hunting wild hogs. It was crazy because the hunters were drunk. Who hunts wild hogs while drunk anyway?
Jordan’s boyfriend might come to Memorial to take over the trauma unit. She wanted to set up Todd and Landry. Drew has hurt his hand during his fight, and Krista kissed him while they were alone.
One of the best things about this show is that we are learning about the lives of the characters while they are busy saving their patients, and that makes the show definitely worth watching. What do you think? Share us your thoughts by posting your comments below.