'A Million Little Things' Season 4 Episode 11 Review: A hospital visit unfurls secrets

An unfortunate incident opens a can of worms at the hospital


                            'A Million Little Things' Season 4 Episode 11 Review: A hospital visit unfurls secrets
Grace Park as Katherine Saville in 'A Million Little Things' (Instagram - @millionlittlethingsabc)
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In the recent episode of ABC's 'A Million Little Things', Katherine slipped and had a fall in the bathroom, where Theo found her bleeding. She was rushed to the hospital almost immediately, while the rest of the gang were notified timely and waited to hear updates. 

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Eddie was beyond worried, for obvious reasons. While he's waiting to hear just about anything on his ex-wife's case, Greta walks in, hoping to see her. While the nurse says that only immediate family can visit at the moment, Eddie thoughtfully says, "She's immediate family, she's my sister". 

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A seemingly surprised Greta asks Eddie how he knows her, to which he smirks and says, "I saw you two making out in the cloak closet". Not rocket science to connect the dots.

While the Eddie-Greta awkwardness has passed, the Gary-Maggie one has bloomed; the woman still hasn't explained why she kissed him at her birthday! When the two get some time alone at the wending machine without the hovering Cameron, Maggie apologizes to Gary for making the move. Although he did kiss her back (something he's been wanting to do for years now), Maggie said she was caught up in the moment. So what now?

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The fag end of the episode shows a still worried Theo checking up on his mum. He tells Katherine that "a friend of yours, Greta" told him what to do when he gets worried sick the next time. The moment he asks who she is and when Katherine takes a deep sigh to explain, Theo asks if his mother will have one of these incidents again. She ends up reassuring her son instead, and also adds that the doctor helped her identify signs of fainting. So the next time she feels like this, she can lie down and save herself the fall. 

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Stay tuned for new episodes of 'A Million Little Things' every Wednesday, at 10 pm ET, only on ABC.