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He's all about saving lives and maximizing patients' lives.The ethical way for him to go, the right way for him to go is to turn it off because it doesn't burden the family, because it's no longer a life and he preserves the life of the patient by doing that. Nic catches him doing it though and makes him rethink what he's doing.With Devon under his wing, Hawkins attempts to deconstruct the system from the inside with mixed results.While Hawkins' intentions are altruistic, his methods sometimes cross ethical lines.It's a balancing act of how much does Conrad push, how much does he pull. You'll see over the course of the season that he has some dirt on Bell and Bell has some dirt on Conrad.They use that to manipulate each other to get what they want. For Conrad, Bell represents the system...[but] he knows that if he wants to stay in his position and help his patients he's going to have to work with Bell in some capacity.That relationship ebbs and flows throughout the course of the season, but that's the basis of what the relationship is.
As he says to Devon, "That's just a brain stem."...
What is it about their relationship that allows him to do that?
Czuchry: Conrad still has to work within the system because he's a part of the system.
Hawkins is his new mentor and in a matter of hours, Devon is given a crash course in realistic medicine.
The resident is waging a war against the medical industrial complex, personified by Chief of Surgery Randolph Bell (Bruce Greenwood).TV Guide talked to Czuchry at the Television Critics Association winter press tour about what that final scene says about his character and where " width="1600" height="1067" title="Matt Czuchry, The Resident" data-amp-src="https://cimg.tvgcdn.net/i/r/2018/01/20/306745b6-af0b-41e8-9fbe-573dea2d67e4/resize/1600x1067/2f42ee73006ae56ebdd746ae554ba1f6/180121-the-resident-matt-czuchry.jpg" /The last scene feels like a turning point, or is this a line Conrad has crossed before?
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