The Sweet Shaun Details Fans may have missed the good doctor


In the episode “Teeny Blue Eyes” season 4, Lea urges Shaun to really think about whether they’re ready to have a baby. Shaun decided to put together a list of pros and cons that, upon closer inspection, are extremely interesting.

Naturally, he lists a number of medical professionals who specialize, including reducing the risk of breast cancer and other problems due to their young age. But the rest of his virtues are touching, such as, “Give a child a chance to have a good life.” For the sole issue, he writes, “Lea isn’t sure.” Many fans were ecstatic over Shaun’s roster. On Reddit, u/Spiritroses said, “‘Give a kid a chance to have a good life’, my heart!”

However, others disagreed with Shaun’s disproportionately active list. u/Andreas_from_Germany says, “The reasons for Shaun to have a less likable child are alarming evidence of how naive he is about his role as a father. Compare this to the reasons of Lea throughout the episode (career, mindset, kid’s health, …) and it’s clear that she’s the more established and mature partner in this relationship.”

Although Shaun and Lea ultimately decided to move on with their pregnancy moments before Lea was scheduled to have an abortion, they lost the baby not long after. But according to Dr. Audrey Lim (Christina Chang), the loss won’t stop Lea from getting pregnant again. If this happens in the future, they won’t need to make a list. They will be ready.

https://www.looper.com/803105/the-sweet-shaun-detail-fans-might-have-missed-in-the-good-doctor/ The Sweet Shaun Details Fans may have missed the good doctor

Charles Jones

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