Getting On, Season 3HDClosed Captioning
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"The end is near" for the unconventional, lovable staff of the Billy Barnes Extended Care Unit as HBO presents the third and final season of this offbeat comedy series. Set eight months after the Season 2 cliffhanger, this season finds Dr. Jenna James (Laurie Metcalfe) determined to put the corporate-hospice scandal behind her, while pushing her research ambitions further than ever. Meanwhile, Nurse DiDi (Niecy Nash), newly married Nurse Dawn (Alex Borstein) and Supervising Nurse Patsy (Mel Rodriguez) all have their own respective dramas playing out against the backdrop of the ward's threatened demise.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThis Is About Vomit, People||Season Three Premiere. As Dr. Jenna James looks to move past her hospice scandal, she finds her job threatened by a handsome new doctor and takes immediate action. DiDi is inspired to fight for her union rights, while cutbacks force Patsy to return to floor duty. Dawn questions her marriage and, later, gets some distressing news.||28:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDon't Let It Get in You or On You||The staff faces an infectious disease crisis. DiDi's family drama spills into work--in the person of her sister-in-law, Yvette. Dr. James reaches out to a pharmaceutical company and finds herself affected by a patient with a complicated past. A worn-out Dawn is revived by Patsy's unpredictable advances.||28:42||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNo, I Don't Want a F***ing Smiley Face||While preparing for an upcoming conference, Dr. James is caught off guard by workplace politics. A felon with cancer --and a history of daring escapes--arrives at the ward. When his mother pays a visit, Patsy asks Dawn to pose as someone she's not. DiDi's mother-in-law comes to Billy Barnes for treatment, sparking a family feud.||28:50||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAm I Still Me?||On the day of her 'Sympoosium,' Dr. James is plagued by unexpected complications. Patsy embraces his truth, and DiDi finds herself caught between her work and family. Dawn and Dr. James see uncanny visions of themselves in two British visitors, Dr. Pippa Moore and Sister Den Flixter.||28:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPlease Partake of a Memorial Orange||With the ward's fate up in the air, DiDi hunts for ways to save it, while dealing with pressure from Dawn to be her health advocate. Troublemaking Varla returns, and butts heads with her equally opinionated long-lost daughter. Caught in a mountain of lies, Jenna comes clean to her husband, Richard. After a memorial service full of drama, the staff gets a rude awakening.||27:59||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReduced to Eating Boiled Magazines and Book Paste||Series finale. As the staff try to stave off the closure of Billy Barnes, DiDi makes a last-ditch effort to save the ward. Jenna tries to weasel her way out of a hastily made offer. Patsy is intrigued by Margueritte's revelation during a secret-sharing session. After a ruse is exposed, Dawn inadvertently sets in motion a chaotic chain of events that seals the fate of the ward.||30:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSeason 3 Trailer||See what the dysfunctional staffers of the Billy Barnes Extended Care Unit are up to in the 3rd and final season of 'Getting On.'||1:34||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSeason 3: Invitation to the Set||Hear from the quirky denizens of 'Getting On' as they reflect on the final season of this comedy series.||3:25||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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Truly, my favorite comedy set in a hospital is the US adaptation of Getting On. In this final season, bad things happen to these ...imperfect beings. But unlike other shows with imperfect beings, I found myself caring. If you watched Getting On seasons 1 and 2, then you should of course watch season 3. For the humor, for the closure, for the patients.
I was sad to see this show go...comedy at its best
I'll have to honest first...the character of Varla, played by June Squib, from the first season stole the show for me...her theatrics are first rate comedy. But really Lorie Metcaff, Alex Borstien, and Niece Nash are all stand up actors in their starring roles which are uniquely quirky to watch. All three seasons are a must watch. I enjoyed the original British version but this American production outshines it because of its excellent casting.