Kate and Mac plan to have a family; high expectations cause problems.
George investigates when a boy comes to the surgery alone; Julia has a proposition for Faith and Jerry.
A young athlete gets bad news; Dr. Thompson awaits test results.
Helen visits a patient with Asperger's syndrome and has trouble convincing his social worker that disabilities are not always visible.
A couple misses a chance at happiness.
The worried parents of a Down's Syndrome child pose a big problem for Mac.
Mac fears for the safety of one of his elderly patients when he learns of her fiance's criminal past.
Candy suffers a shock when her boyfriend is taken ill.
A policeman's anxiety attacks put strain on his colleagues.
A mother insists that her baby was switched with another at birth.
Internet medicine is proving a slow business for Rana; Steve needs to find a way of appeasing his partner's hostile daughter; Mac begins to doubt his abilities.
Helen is worried that her relationship with Chris Rawlings may not be as clear-cut as she thought; Steve's relationship with Leigh is blossoming.
Rana arouses suspicions that his new role may not be as exciting as he claims; Caroline and Helen disagree on advice given to a couple.
Mac tries to persuade a teenage girl to undergo a critical operation; Jo feels the impact of her grandmother's recent death.
Dr. Helen Thompson is anxious about her future with Chris Rawlings; Dr. Caroline Powers becomes suspicious of a patient.
Helen's world collapses, as Phil finally realises the truth.
Rana attempts to treat a patient via the Internet.
Although consumed by grief, Kate feels suffocated by Mac.
Personal tragedy mars Mac and Kate's triumph.
Helen intervenes for a mother/daughter team; the jury returns a verdict.
Mac and Kate wait for the jury's verdict; Steve finds love in an unusual situation.
Caroline treats a young boy who has a phobia about school; the courtroom drama winds down.
Mac faces the prospect of the witness box; Helen's son is rushed to hospital.
Mac faces his day in court; Helen and Caroline are forced to work together.
Caroline responds to an emergency call; Mac's future is looking bleak.
Mac and Kate celebrate long-awaited news; Helen is caught in a compromising situation.
Mac must break the news of Jessie's passing.
Jo plans a special Christmas; Jessie tries to enlist Mac's help in her plans.
A man is fired when it is suspected that he has a drinking problem.
Steve helps a schizophrenic.
A boy urgently needs a kidney donor and his father refuses to be tested.
A mother weighs vanity against profit.
Caroline deals with a rapist.
Mac and Rana fight over a diagnosis.
Rana is accused of sexual assault.
Helen and Chris have a romantic picnic; Phil comes home from college early.
A cabdriver refuses to admit to a serious problem.
Mac gives an expectant couple devastating news.
Jo and Jessie share a memorable day.
A foreign bride has a secret.
Helen tries to resist temptation; Caroline tries to find the soft side of a girl.
Rana finds himself caught between being a friend or a professional.
Jo tries to reunite the family.
A private patient decides to use the NHS.
Ruth becomes suspicious when several women come in with the same story.
Helen is suspicious of a nanny.
A pencil causes an emergency; a new mother has a startling discovery.
A ballerina risks her life for dancing.
Caroline jumps to conclusions.
A reverend asks Steve for advice.
A woman prays her baby will be born before she loses her husband to cancer.
Rana and Caroline stand up to a man's brutal treatment.
A woman is diagnosed with Huntingdon's disease.
An ordinary house call turns into a dark episode for Caroline.
Mac makes promises to a patient.
Mac has a crisis of conscience.
Rana's grandmother-to-be sees goblins.
A person from Caroline's past triggers haunting memories.
Caroline fights on behalf of a mother; Helen shares a passionate embrace.
Caroline investigates a baby's death.
A woman proves to Rana that age is not an obstacle.
A mother leaves her child.
Carolina and Rana trade patients.
Jo breaks the rules; Chris's restaurant opens.
Kate and Mac take a big step; Steve is thrown a lifeline.
Mac plays detective; Ruth's new posting is complicated.
Jo's nan arrives; Helen tries to end a domestic dispute.
Rana must take drastic action; Helen fights to resist temptation.
Caroline experiences surprises as a police surgeon; Helen is shocked.
Caroline learns the dangers of trusting her patients too readily.
Caroline faces the consequences of spending the night with a stranger.
A swimmer faces a tough decision.
Mac regrets a rash decision; a patient can't escape the past.
An only child harbours a secret.
Mac and Ruth dredge up a painful memory.
Steve learns a secret; Caroline gets some good news.
Mac learns there is more than meets the eye in a young boy's case.
Steve tries to save a woman's sanity; Jo falls for a visitor.
A reckless mistake is made.
An unborn child; Jo challenges Dr. Rawlings to a sporting event.
Dr. Thompson suspects an athlete's symptoms may mask a more-serious problem.
Dr. Mistry's patient is suspected of fraud.
There is a break-in at the surgery; a teenager collapses.
Dr. Mistry questions the cause of a patient's injuries; parents consider immunization.
A young man collapses while working out; Anoushka tries to branch out.
A woman has doubts about her husband's death; tempers are frayed.
A wife breaks away from her controlling husband; Dr. Mistry gets help.
Patrick and Val try to save their marriage; Joanna and Anoushka help a drunk.
Dr. Rawlings rejects Anoushka.
Mac tries to get the staff fit; Anoushka and Joanna vie for attention.
Dr. Mistry fails to show up for work.
A teenager learns she has hepatitis.
Dr. Rawlings doubts Anoushka; Kate has bad news.
Mac learns a patient is abusing drugs; a pregnant woman struggles with alcoholism.
A couple faces the realities of Alzheimer's disease.
Dr. Powers has an admirer; Dr. Mistry has bad news for a patient.
Mac questions Dr. Mistry's methods; a young mother worries.
Parents receive a shock when they bring their daughter in for treatment of a stomach ache.
Kate worries about Mac; Caroline treats a rare case.