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The Good Doctor (2011)

Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough, Taraji P. Henson, Rob Morrow, Michael Peña, Troy Garity
oxycodone | morphine
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Dr. Waylans tells Dr. Martin E. Blake, "I wouldn’t worry about it." (0:14)

Patient Diane Nixon answers Martin: "An idiot."
Martin tells Nurse Theresa, ”I’m with a patient.” (0:16)

Diane tells Martin, referring to Theresa, "I’ll tell Nurse Ratched you’re a good doctor." (0:19)

Martin asks orderly Jimmy, referring to patient Mandy Claypool, "Is this woman under sedation?" (0:40)

Diane answers Martin, "Just kind of groggy."
Martin: ”They put pain medicine into your IV.”
Martin kisses her while she appears unconscious. (0:53)

Diane dies with Martin at her side. (0:58)

Waylans tells Martin, "This is Dr. Sayler. She’s a psychiatrist on staff here." (1:01)

Another doctor tells Martin, "Don’t worry about it." (1:04)

Jimmy tells Martin, "Another reason I wish I was a doctor is so I could prescribe myself a better time." (1:08)

Martin writes a prescription for "Oxy..." (1:08)

A nurse asks Marin, "... you prescribed oxycodone for Mr. Granger?" (1:08)

Martin tells Jimmy, referring to some drugs, "They’re more like morphine." (1:13)

Waylans tells Martin and Detective Krauss, "I wouldn’t be surprised if it was some kind of drug overdose."
”... it occurred to them that he might be a drug abuser. They had a mandatory test scheduled.” (1:16)

Krauss tells Martin, "So it seems the pills Mr. Vega took were spiked with potassium cyanide."
”Some people suspect that he abused drugs...”
”Do you know where he got the drugs?
Martin: ”Only a doctor can prescribe.”
”Theoretically a doctor could fake a prescription...”
”I’m sorry if I seem distracted.” (1:19)

Martin runs into the surf. Suicide? (1:25)

Martin tells a patient, "... don’t worry..." (1:27)