Private Practice Season 6 Episode 9

484905_10151154257362123_861895285_nSheldon is my least favorite character, so I wasn’t entirely looking forward to this episode. But I really enjoyed it.

We haven’t seen much about Sheldon’s cancer. This week was the time to explore that. I wish he would just tell everyone. He can’t hide it forever. His co-workers are his friends as well as his colleagues. Maybe telling everyone means admitting that the cancer is real.

I’m not sure how I feel about Sheldon getting involved with a woman who is terminally ill. He’s just asking to get hurt. Does he think he won’t survive the cancer and is just trying to live life to the fullest? I understand that, but he’s going to get hurt.

I really hoped that Sheldon’s patient wasn’t the one who kidnapped the little girl. I would think that it’s very difficult being a doctor and having a patient like that. As a doctor you have to believe in your patient, but I don’t understand the dynamics of having an issue like that. Is it their fault? Is it something they can’t control? I don’t know.

What I do know is that in some way he wanted to tell Sheldon. I think Sheldon is right that he was coming back to the sessions to try to tell him that he had the little girl. He felt guilty. I just think he didn’t know how to deal with it.

I don’t think I even want to know what happened during all that time to the girl. She’s safe now at least. Sheldon was able to figure it out in the end and that’s all that matters. He shouldn’t beat himself up for not figuring it out sooner.

What did you think of the episode? Leave me a comment.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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