[General spoilers ahead.]
On a new Coroner, Jenny’s favor to Clark pays dividends when it intersects with a new overdose case that may not be as straightforward as it seems. Donovan takes a hooky day for the first time in forever, and Liam discovers that his rehab stint did pay off; it just took a winding road to get there.
Jenny’s still navigating Ross’s close call, but he’s in and out in the intro and seemingly OK, if a little reserved. She’s soon back on the clock when she’s called to an overdose scene, and rather than rubberstamp it, she digs a little deeper. When she finds an unexpected clue related to Clark’s case, she partners up with him to investigate a recovery group, and realizes that there might be more to Clark, too.
If you loved Roger Cross singing karaoke, get ready for a little roller skating.
Donovan spends his day off with Kirima and embraces his playful side while also letting her chip away a little bit at his walls about his illness. Liam readies to leave the rehab and offers to take his therapy horse to his forever home, but the drive hits a snag, and he has to dig deep to recognize that his demons don’t own him, and he can summon that strength he needs when it’s not just about him.
Samir Rehem directs a script by Shannon Masters.
Photos Courtesy of CBC.