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CHICAGO – In our latest edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: TV, we have one mega summer gift bag for season two of USA Network’s “Royal Pains”! The show features Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Jill Flint, Reshma Shetty, Marcia Gay Harden, Campbell Scott, James P. Anderson, Dieter Riesle and Bruno Campos. Read our “Royal Pains” season-two premiere review.

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Season two of USA Network's Royal Pains
Season two of USA Network’s “Royal Pains”.
Image credit: USA Network

“Royal Pains” is back every Thursday at 10/9 CST on USA Network. The show stars Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty and Jill Flint.

It centers on a young emergency room doctor who – after being wrongly blamed for a patient’s death – moves to the Hamptons and becomes a reluctant “doctor for hire” to the rich and famous. When the attractive administrator of the local hospital asks him to treat the town’s less fortunate, he finds himself walking the line between doing well for himself and doing good for others.

Season two welcomes multiple Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actor Henry Winkler in a recurring role as Eddie R. Lawson. Campbell Scott also returns as a guest star. Marcia Gay Harden, Anastasia Griffith and Tony Plana will also guest star this season. Follow “Royal Pains” on Twitter, Facebook and the official site! This prize pack is valued at $125 and contains:

  1. Season-one “Royal Pains” DVD
  2. Canvas sports bag
  3. Badminton set
  4. Frisbee
  5. iFrogz earphones
  6. White Lacoste hat
  7. Kiehl’s summer lotion kit

The mega summer gift bag offered in this Royal Pains giveaway
The mega summer gift bag offered in this “Royal Pains” giveaway.
Image credit: USA Network

The season-two teaser video for “Royal Pains” can be viewed now below.

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Star Speaking of a doctor for hire to the rich and famous, should money be able to buy anything or is there an ethical line?

This HollywoodChicago.com Hookup is simple: one lucky HollywoodChicago.com reader will be randomly selected as the VIP prize pack winner for our “Royal Pains” Hookup! The prize pack will be mailed to the winner at our expense. Good luck!

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief and publisher Adam Fendelman

By ADAM FENDELMAN
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tckaye41's picture

I think there’s definitely

I think there’s definitely an ethical line when it comes to taking away from services that could be provided to those who DON’T have the money to buy everything.

megancpa1's picture

Royal Pains

There should be some kind of ethical line.

deansdaughter's picture

Royal Pain

The theoretical answer is - no when it comes to health care - ethics count. The reality is - money buys most everything except new DNA!

ankurpuri's picture

Ethics still play a Major role.

I believe Ethics still remain important as not everyone can afford medical help. With that being said, the rich may tend to overlook it as a service you can buy. But since it’s a noble profession, I doubt if money can always take over.

katlady32's picture

Royal Pains

I figure if you have the moeny to pay for it…then you should be able to buy it. Example…Magic Johnson has been HIV positive for many years and he is still healthy and alive…would he be if he didn’t have the money that he has? I don’t beleive that it crosses ethical lines.

kingastepien's picture

Ethics have always been a

Ethics have always been a very important part of the medical field…that being said, there will always be those that can be bought for a price..unfortunately that is just human nature, Hippocratic Oath or not.

amyn44's picture

Speaking of a doctor for hire to the rich and famous, should mo

i think that the ethical limit of money being able to buy anything comes into play when the rich are able to longer, better lives because they have money while people that are just as worthy but do not have money are left to suffer from lack of health care or other areas that help in keeping people healthy. (i really do love this show though!)

jessesgirl56's picture

Absoulutely not.

Absoulutely not.

Anonymous's picture

its a fine line

money can buy many materials things but health and love.

Anonymous's picture

There are some things money

There are some things money should not be able to buy, but it would be nice to pay extra to have a doctor come to you house at scheduled time instead of waiting in a doctor’s office until they are ready to see you.

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