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** He did. Just on [[Series/ChicagoMed on a different show]].

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** He did. Just on [[Series/ChicagoMed on a different show]].show]].

!!Pineda transferred to a different hospital to finish her residency.
Sometime between the end of Season 2 and the beginning of Season 3, Pineda seemingly leaves. Considering how dedicated she seemed to being a doctor, her leaving before the final year of residency seems unlikely, unless she transferred hospitals. Looking at everything that has happened to Pineda at Angels, from her ex girlfriend coming back (an ex she met at Angels no less), to said ex girlfriend dying, to being stalked, stabbed, and almost raped by a patient (and said patient also killed a different doctor). And that was all in Season 1. In Season 2, she’s put on leave for keeping Guthrie’s Parkinson’s a secret and once she comes back, she nearly dies from getting infected with an unknown illness. Pineda very well could have transferred hospitals because so many bad things have happened to her at Angels.


His ''introduction'' made a point of establishing that he has experience as an E.R. doctor ''and'' still has a valid M.D. (meaning he's keeping up with the continuing education and, at least, the minimum number of hours of practice required to maintain a current license). They wouldn't have given him the gun if they didn't intend to have him fire it, would they?

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His ''introduction'' made a point of establishing that he has experience as an E.R. doctor ''and'' still has a valid M.D. (meaning he's keeping up with the continuing education and, at least, the minimum number of hours of practice required to maintain a current license). They wouldn't have given him the gun if they didn't intend to have him fire it, would they?they?
** He did. Just on [[Series/ChicagoMed on a different show]].


His ''introduction'' made a point of establishing that he has experience as an E.R. doctor ''and'' still has a valid M.D. (meaning he's keeping up with the continuing education required to maintain a current license). They wouldn't have given him the gun if they didn't intend to have him fire it, would they?

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His ''introduction'' made a point of establishing that he has experience as an E.R. doctor ''and'' still has a valid M.D. (meaning he's keeping up with the continuing education and, at least, the minimum number of hours of practice required to maintain a current license). They wouldn't have given him the gun if they didn't intend to have him fire it, would they?


!!Ed Harbert is going to find himself working in the E.R. (or otherwise getting his hands bloody) at some point during Season 2.

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!!Ed Harbert is going to find himself working in the E.R. (or otherwise getting his hands bloody) at some point during Season 2.point.

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!!Ed Harbert is going to find himself working in the E.R. (or otherwise getting his hands bloody) at some point during Season 2.
His ''introduction'' made a point of establishing that he has experience as an E.R. doctor ''and'' still has a valid M.D. (meaning he's keeping up with the continuing education required to maintain a current license). They wouldn't have given him the gun if they didn't intend to have him fire it, would they?

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