The Good Doctor Season 1 Episode 6 “22 Steps” Spoilers, Promo and Photos

The Good Doctor Season 1 Episode 6 "22 Steps" Spoilers, Promo and PhotosThe Good Doctor Season 1 Episode 6 spoilers reveal that Dr. Shaun Murphy might be taking on a case that is too much for him to handle. That’s because he’s taking it very personally. Actor Freddie Highmore plays Shawn Murphy, a young doctor with autism and savant syndrome. He relocates from the countryside to St. Bonaventure Hospital’s fast-paced and often stressful surgical unit.

In one scene, Dr. Murphy takes matters into his own hands when he sees that his staff is having trouble dealing with a patient. He says, “You are scaring him! He’s not psychotic. He’s autistic.”

To make matters worse, the patients’ parents have their doubts in Dr. Murphy. Knowing all too well what his limitations are, they are worried that he will have his own breakdown during their son’s surgery. He’s never had to deal with this kind of prejudice against him before.

Meanwhile, Dr. Jared Kalu sees that this is a case that’s too personal for Dr. Murphy to handle. He also realizes that he has to accept Dr. Murphy’s limitations as a doctor, leading everyone to question his abilities. It’s up to Dr. Murphy to prove to his staff that he is indeed fit for the job, both physically and emotionally.

The Good Doctor Season 1 Episode 6 “22 Steps” is set to air on Monday, November 13. Critics have so far been very impressed with the series so much so that it has just been extended to a full 18 episodes for Season 1. It is also currently the number one broadcast drama for Monday night primetime television, with about 16.9 million viewers tuning in for its premiere episode.

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