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Royal Pains is a medical comedy-drama television series which premiered on USA Network on June 4, 2009. The series stars Mark Feuerstein as a young doctor who, after being wrongly blamed for an important patient's death, moves to The Hamptons and becomes a reluctant concierge doctor to the rich and famous.

A Royal Pains two-hour movie aired on Sunday, December 16, 2012.[1]

Series overview[edit]

Seasons Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 12 June 4, 2009 (2009-06-04) August 27, 2009 (2009-08-27) May 25, 2010 (2010-05-25) July 26, 2010 (2010-07-26)[2] August 25, 2010 (2010-08-25)
2 18 June 3, 2010 (2010-06-03) February 24, 2011 (2011-02-24) May 17, 2011 (2011-05-17)[3] August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05)[4] March 28, 2012 (2012-03-28)[5]
3 16 June 29, 2011 (2011-06-29) February 22, 2012 (2012-02-22) January 3, 2012 (2012-01-03) (Volume 1)[6]
May 29, 2012 (2012-05-29) (Volume 2)[7]
August 5, 2013 (2013-08-05)[8] N/A
4 16 June 6, 2012 (2012-06-06) December 16, 2012 (2012-12-16) May 7, 2013 (2013-05-07)[9] N/A N/A
5 13 June 12, 2013 (2013-06-12) September 11, 2013 (2013-09-11) September 23, 2014 (2014-09-23)[10] N/A N/A
6 13[11] June 10, 2014 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Episode list[edit]

Season 1: 2009[edit]

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1 1 "Pilot" Jace Alexander Teleplay: Andrew Lenchewski
Story: John P. Rogers & Andrew Lenchewski
June 4, 2009 (2009-06-04) RP#100 5.57[12]
Forced to choose between saving a hospital benefactor and a teenage basketball player, Dr. Hank Lawson chooses to save both. When the benefactor dies of unforeseen complications, Hank is fired. Hank quickly goes into a tailspin, culminating in him being dumped by his fiancée (Pascale Hutton). After his brother, Evan, takes him on a trip to the Hamptons, Hank attends a party where he saves the life of a supermodel (Tamara Feldman). Later, the host of the party, a mysterious German nobleman named Boris (Campbell Scott), offers Hank his guest cottage. Hank is soon approached by various clients, including an elderly woman with a "flat tire" (Christine Ebersole) and a teenage hemophiliac (Ezra Miller) and his cyberchondriac girlfriend (Meredith Hagner). Hank, with the help of his new physician assistant, Divya, and his new girlfriend, Jill, eventually decides to remain in the Hamptons for the summer as a concierge doctor.
2 2 "There Will Be Food" Don Scardino Michael Rauch June 11, 2009 (2009-06-11) RP#103 5.6[13]
A 27-year-old ballerina (Gillian Jacobs) is retiring, and HankMed is invited to her party. After reintroducing junk food to her diet, she begins losing consciousness. Meanwhile, Hank takes the case of a fisherman (Michael Mulheren) with Hepatitis C. HankMed runs into some trouble after Hank meets Tucker's (Ezra Miller) father (Andrew McCarthy).
3 3 "Strategic Planning" Jace Alexander Andrew Lenchewski June 18, 2009 (2009-06-18) RP#102 6.50[14]
HankMed treats the son (Aaron Dean Eisenberg) of a wealthy senator whose mother (Margaret Colin) has his life planned for him. Meanwhile, Evan tries to gain clients for HankMed, including Ms. Newberg (Christine Ebersole).
4 4 "TB or Not TB" Constantine Makris Constance M. Burge June 25, 2009 (2009-06-25) RP#104 5.94
The head chef (Callie Thorne) of a prominent Hamptons restaurant begins having strokes. Meanwhile, Hank and Jill have a date on what would have been Hank's wedding day.
5 5 "No Man is an Island" Don Scardino Carol Flint July 9, 2009 (2009-07-09) RP#105 5.73
Hank is taken to a private island when a woman (Susan Misner) wants to give birth there. Meanwhile, the island's caretaker (James Rebhorn) has a car accident.
6 6 "If I Were A Sick Man" Dennie Gordon Jon Sherman July 16, 2009 (2009-07-16) RP#106 6.23
When Ms. Newberg (Christine Ebersole) throws a "bark mitzvah", many of the guests begin showing similar symptoms. Meanwhile, Evan makes a surprising discovery about Divya's personal life, and Tucker (Ezra Miller) is worried that Libby (Meredith Hagner) may be cheating on him.
7 7 "Crazy Love" Bronwen Hughes Jessica Ball July 23, 2009 (2009-07-23) RP#107 6.21
Hank and Divya treat a woman (Roselyn Sanchez) involved in a car accident whose injuries are far worse than initially believed. Meanwhile, Raj (Rupak Ginn) visits the Hamptons and Hank discovers that Boris (Campbell Scott) is hiding a dark secret.
8 8 "The Honeymoon's Over" Eric Laneuville Jason Gavin July 30, 2009 (2009-07-30) RP#108 6.38
Divya treats a newlywed (Peter Jacobson) who tries to hide his illness from his wife (Brooklyn Decker). Meanwhile, Hank treats an artist (Lee Tergesen) who isn't taking his sickness seriously.
9 9 "It's Like Jamais Vu All Over Again" Michael W. Watkins Michael Rauch & Constance M. Burge August 6, 2009 (2009-08-06) RP#109 6.69[15]
While attending a horse show, Hank treats a girl who has fallen off a horse. Meanwhile, Divya's father (Ajay Mehta) needs medical attention while he and Divya's mother (Anna George) are visiting, and Jill's estranged husband (Bruno Campos) returns to the Hamptons.
10 10 "Am I Blue?" Jay Chandrasekhar Jon Sherman & Carol Flint August 13, 2009 (2009-08-13) RP#110 5.56[16]
Tucker's (Ezra Miller) father (Andrew McCarthy) hires Hank in order to "rapid detox", but is angered when Hank refuses. Meanwhile, Charlie (Bruno Campos) continues to annoy Jill, and HankMed discovers that Boris (Campbell Scott) has fled to New York.
11 11 "Nobody's Perfect" Ken Girotti Jessica Ball & Michael Rauch August 20, 2009 (2009-08-20) RP#111 5.32[17]
Hank discovers that the Gardner family is attempting to take his medical license. Meanwhile, Divya and Evan are summoned to the yacht of an anonymous millionaire, and Jill tries to convince Charlie (Bruno Campos) to sign divorce papers.
12 12 "Wonderland" Jace Alexander Andrew Lenchewski August 27, 2009 (2009-08-27) RP#112 5.90[18]
The owner (Samantha Mathis) of Divya and Raj's (Rupak Ginn) engagement party venue begins having hallucinations while Divya begins dreaming about a different life. Meanwhile, Charlie (Bruno Campos) moves back in with Jill and Evan makes an enormous financial mistake.

Season 2: 2010–11[edit]

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13 1 "Spasticity" Constantine Makris Andrew Lenchewski June 3, 2010 (2010-06-03) RP#201 5.84[19]
Dr. Blair (Marcia Gay Harden), who mentored Jill, tries to have her fired. A son tries to break free from his inventor father but his way of doing things turns out to be dangerous. Meanwhile, Hank and Evan come face-to-face with their father (Henry Winkler) for the first time in years.
14 2 "Lovesick" Allison Liddi-Brown Michael Rauch June 10, 2010 (2010-06-10) RP#202 5.60[20]
Ms. Newberg's (Christine Ebersole) heartbroken stepdaughter (Mary Lynn Rajskub) is hospitalized. Divya tries to add some excitement to her relationship with Raj (Rupak Ginn).
15 3 "Keeping the Faith" Dennis Smith Jack Bernstein & Michael Rauch June 17, 2010 (2010-06-17) RP#203 5.51[21]
Hank and Evan learn that their father, Eddie (Henry Winkler), is now living in the Hamptons. HankMed's latest case is a movie star (The Big Show) who collapses.
16 4 "Medusa" Matthew Penn Andrew Lenchewski & Constance M. Burge June 24, 2010 (2010-06-24) RP#204 5.30[22]
Hank accompanies Boris (Campbell Scott) out of the country for some gene therapy research, where he meets Boris's secret girlfriend (Paola Turbay). Meanwhile, Divya is irritated by Hank's temporary replacement (Anastasia Griffith).
17 5 "Mano a Mano" Matthew Penn Carol Flint & Jon Sherman July 1, 2010 (2010-07-01) RP#205 5.32[23]
Boris's (Campbell Scott) experimental treatments leave Hank scrambling to save his life. Meanwhile, Divya and Dr. Peck (Anastasia Griffith) aren't finding it easy to work together.
18 6 "In Vino Veritas" Michael W. Watkins Jessica Ball July 15, 2010 (2010-07-15) RP#206 5.20[24]
Tucker (Ezra Miller) suspects that his best friend has a problem with drugs and alcohol, but Hank is able to diagnose a medical condition causing his problems. Divya meets a woman who works at the vineyard where the episode takes place and determines the cause of her ageusia.
19 7 "Comfort's Overrated" Ed Fraiman Constance M. Burge July 22, 2010 (2010-07-22) RP#207 5.28[25]
Hank goes head-to-head with Emily Peck (Anastasia Griffith) treating a patient (Peter Strauss), who despite having a shin injury, begins losing his vision. Evan, meanwhile, is approached by the patient's girlfriend (Brooke D'Orsay) with a bizarre proposition, while Divya treats a couple whose marriage has spontaneously collapsed, leading to an odd medical answer to their troubles.
20 8 "The Hankover" Jay Chandrasekhar Carol Flint & Jon Sherman July 29, 2010 (2010-07-29) RP#208 5.01[26]
Hank treats an old bully (Michael B. Silver) of his who doesn't seem to remember him. Divya and Jill have a hen's night, while Evan throws a bachelor party to ascertain Raj's (Rupak Ginn) loyalties to Divya.
21 9 "Frenemies" Wendey Stanzler Jack Bernstein August 5, 2010 (2010-08-05) RP#209 5.53[27]
Jill's struggle for the free clinic against Dr. Blair (Marcia Gay Harden) continues, but the situation becomes complex when her estranged husband calls Hank to treat their son. Evan attempts to fit in with Paige's (Brooke D'Orsay) family (Bob Gunton and Lisa Banes), and Hank and Dr. Peck's (Anastasia Griffith) relationship develops.
22 10 "Whole Lotto Love" Tawnia McKiernan Michael Rauch & Jessica Ball August 12, 2010 (2010-08-12) RP#210 5.39[28]
The team treat a lottery-winning couple who seem to have been struck with the "lottery curse". Divya treats a kidney-transplanted housekeeper while trying to ignore her budding attraction to her patient's employer (Patrick Heusinger).
23 11 "Big Whoop" Michael W. Watkins Michael Rauch & Contance M. Burge August 19, 2010 (2010-08-19) RP#211 5.27[29]
Tensions grows between Hank and Emily (Anastasia Griffith) when they care for a patient together but disagree on the course of treatment. Evan concocts a cyber retaliation plan against Emily, who has managed to direct web traffic to her site.
24 12 "Open Up Your Yenta Mouth and Say Ah" Ken Whittingham Andrew Lenchewski August 26, 2010 (2010-08-26) RP#212 6.08[30]
Hank attempts to deal with a talkative socialite, whose indistinct condition leaves the whole team confused. Adam (Patrick Heusinger) calls Divya once again with problems of his own. Evan attempts to unravel the mystery of Eddie's (Henry Winkler) covert meetings.
25 13 "Mulligan" Michael Rauch Michael Rauch & Jon Sherman January 20, 2011 (2011-01-20) RP#213 4.43[31]
On the green at the hospital's golf charity drive, Hank tries to help a golfer (Tom Cavanagh) with a hooked hand, while Jill begins to succumb to an exhausting condition. Boris (Campbell Scott) tries to decide how to deal with Eddie (Henry Winkler), and Divya strains her professional and personal life because of Adam (Patrick Heusinger)
26 14 "Pit Stop" Matthew Penn Teleplay: Jack Bernstein & Jessica Ball
Story: Simran Baidwan, Jack Bernstein & Jessica Ball
January 27, 2011 (2011-01-27) RP#214 4.34[32]
Jill's backyard is overtaken by jetsetting reality TV show stars, whose various health problems are complicated by the 24-hour cameras. Dr. Peck (Anastasia Griffith) returns with a new deal, while Marissa (Paola Turbay) tries to keep her pregnancy and career under control.
27 15 "A History of Violins" Dennie Gordon Teleplay: Jon Sherman & Carol Flint
Story: Alex Douglas, Jon Sherman & Carol Flint
February 3, 2011 (2011-02-03) RP#215 3.87[33]
HankMed treats an aspiring singer. Meanwhile, Evan overhears General Collins's (Bob Gunton) plans for his Senate campaign, and Divya continues to worry about her emotional investment in Adam (Patrick Heusinger). Meanwhile, Dr. Peck (Anastasia Griffith) becomes Eddie's (Henry Winkler) physician, which upsets Hank.
28 16 "Astraphobia" Ed Fraiman Andrew Lenchewski & Stuart Feldman February 10, 2011 (2011-02-10) RP#216 3.86[34]
With the storm of the year bearing down on the Hamptons, HankMed continues to search for Divya's replacement, while treating a park ranger (Jim Gaffigan) who was struck by lightning. Divya treats a storm chaser (Jaime Ray Newman) whose high-risk lifestyle is at odds with her condition.
29 17 "Fight or Flight" Michael Rauch Teleplay: Michael Rauch & Constance M. Burge
Story: Aubrey Villalobos, Michael Rauch & Constance M. Burge
February 17, 2011 (2011-02-17) RP#217 3.89[35]
A year after a stock trader's (Julianne Nicholson) friend dies in the emergency room, she begins to feel similar symptoms—which is concerning for her literal high-flying lifestyle. Raj's (Rupak Ginn) lateness for his wedding party for their American friends forces him to reveal a problem with the company, and Evan bites off more than he can chew while trying to deal with Paige's (Brooke D'Orsay) snoring.
30 18 "Listen to the Music" Constantine Makris Andrew Lenchewski February 24, 2011 (2011-02-24) RP#218 4.05[36]
Hank is worried that his patient had been misdiagnosed twenty years ago, and wants to get to the bottom of the case. Meanwhile, Divya and Raj (Rupak Ginn) take dance lessons in preparation for their wedding, but they end up as patients themselves. Eddie (Henry Winkler) struggles to choose between a life on the run without his boys, or life in a low security prison with a chance to still see them occasionally. Jill is faced with the chance to take a job out of the country, or stay in her current job and maintain the clinic. John Legend guest stars.

Season 3: 2011–12[edit]

Royal Pains was renewed for a third season of 16 to 18 episodes on September 27, 2010.[37] The season has included two guest appearances by Ed Asner, who played the Lawson brothers' grandfather, Ted Roth.[38] The season also saw the return of Libby (Meredith Hagner).[39] Additional guest stars included Shiri Appleby,[40] Julie Benz,[39] Joanna Gleason,[40] Tony Hale, Greg Jennings, David Rasche, and Molly Sims.[40][41] The first half of the season, consisting of 10 episodes, concluded on August 31, 2011, while the remaining six episodes began airing on January 18, 2012.

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31 1 "Traffic" Constantine Makris Andrew Lenchewski June 29, 2011 (2011-06-29) RP#301 5.00[42]
With the beginning of summer comes a new group of potential patients, and HankMed wastes no time gaining more clients, beginning with a bus full of injured passengers. Meanwhile, Divya deals with the aftermath of her breakup with Raj, Marissa (Paola Turbay) nearly goes into labor, and Jill and Paige (Brooke D'Orsay) return from overseas, each bringing startling news.
32 2 "But There's a Catch" Michael Watkins Michael Rauch July 6, 2011 (2011-07-06) RP#302 5.02[43]
Hank is invited to a charity football tournament run by Ken "Killer" Keller (Michael B. Silver). During the tournament, tensions flare and Hank must put his feelings aside to treat an injured Keller.
33 3 "Rash Talk" Michael Rauch Constance M. Burge July 13, 2011 (2011-07-13) RP#303 4.92[44]
Hank must treat a woman (Shiri Appleby) who blames her sickness on her new line of house-cleaning products.
34 4 "The Shaw/Hank Redemption" Matthew Penn Jon Sherman & Carol Flint July 20, 2011 (2011-07-20) RP#304 5.03[45]
While on a trip to Florida to attend their father's (Henry Winkler) parole hearing, Hank treats an ex-hacker (Jonathan Tucker). Meanwhile, the Lawson brothers meet their grandfather (Ed Asner). Back in the Hamptons, Jill and Divya must deliver Marissa (Paola Turbay) and Boris's (Campbell Scott) baby. Later, while transporting stem cells, Jill is involved in a serious car crash.
35 5 "A Man Called Grandpa" Matthew Penn Andrew Lenchewski & Jessica Ball July 27, 2011 (2011-07-27) RP#305 4.85[46]
Still in Florida, Hank and Evan try to keep their father (Henry Winkler) out of prison while simultaneously trying to treat a patient (Jonathan Tucker). Meanwhile, Evan tries to get closer to the Lawsons' grandfather (Ed Asner) and Jill attempts to deal with the aftermath of her car crash.
36 6 "An Apple a Day" Don Scardino Jack Bernstein August 3, 2011 (2011-08-03) RP#306 5.46[47]
Hank treats Libby's (Meredith Hagner) wounded mother (Julie Benz). Meanwhile, Evan proposes to Paige (Brooke D'Orsay), Jill continues to search for the truth behind her crash, and Divya is met with some unwelcome news from Raj (Rupak Ginn).
37 7 "Ta Da For" Ed Fraiman Jon Sherman August 10, 2011 (2011-08-10) RP#307 5.16[48]
HankMed treats a magician (Tony Hale) while Evan books Hank on The Today Show with Matt Lauer. Meanwhile, Divya is surprised when she is met with hostility after treating a patient at Hamptons Heritage.
38 8 "Run, Hank, Run" Emile Levisetti Carol Flint August 17, 2011 (2011-08-17) RP#308 5.44[49]
After a champion marathon runner (Autumn Reeser) takes ill while training, she turns to HankMed for assistance. Meanwhile, Boris's condition seems to be worsening as his family tries to poison him.
39 9 "Me First" Allison Liddi-Brown Michael Rauch & Constance M. Burge August 24, 2011 (2011-08-24) RP#309 5.53[50]
Hank's latest case involves a boy with asthma. Paige's secret comes to light and Evan and Paige break up over the secret. Divya goes on a date with a doctor her first date since Raj, who she had been promised to since she was 11.
40 10 "A Little Art, A Little Science" Matthew Penn Andrew Lenchewski August 31, 2011 (2011-08-31) RP#310 5.40[51]
Hank treats Eric Kassabian (Wilmer Valderrama) in his crisis with fainting due to countless encounters with his dream painting. HankMed simultaneously attempts to find treatment for Paige's mother, much to the chagrin of the General, eventually finding the solution with one of Hank's former colleagues (Constance Zimmer). In the meantime, Divya works tirelessly to protect her secret while treating a difficult patient. Jill attempts to find her replacement.
41 11 "A Farewell to Barnes" Michael Rauch Jon Sherman & Michael Rauch January 18, 2012 (2012-01-18) RP#311 3.26[52]
The HankMed team attends a divorce party to treat the party planner, and Hank blames Dr. Paul Van Dyke (Kyle Howard) for a prescription error that may cost Eric Kassabian his life. Paige makes Evan an offer he can't refuse.
42 12 "Some Pig" Michael Watkins Jessica Ball January 25, 2012 (2012-01-25) RP#312 3.37[53]
Hank has trouble trusting Divya while the HankMed team treats a rock band.
43 13 "My Back to the Future" Mark Feuerstein Constance M. Burge & Jack Bernstein February 1, 2012 (2012-02-01) RP#313 4.09[54]
Hank begins having problems with his back, causing Evan to ask Dr. Van Dyke to fill in for him. Divya and Jill treat a thief.
44 14 "Bottoms Up" Tricia Brock Carol Flint & Simran Baidwan February 8, 2012 (2012-02-08) RP#314 3.21[55]
A former star (Jake Weber) visits the Hamptons in order to revive his career. Jack (Tom Cavanagh) tries to delay his treatment. Divya discovers that Raj has moved on.
45 15 "Hank and the Deep Blue Sea" Jay Chandrasekhar Michael Rauch & Jessica Ball February 15, 2012 (2012-02-15) RP#315 3.17[56]
Boris' cousin Claudette Von Jurgens (Judith Godrèche) visits to patch up their relationship. Evan offers help to Divya, and Jack takes a turn for the worse.
46 16 "This One's for Jack" Emile Levisetti Andrew Lenchewski February 22, 2012 (2012-02-22) RP#316 3.16[57]
Hank struggles to cope with Jack's death. Evan works with Boris' cousin.

Season 4: 2012[edit]

The series was renewed for a sixteen-episode fourth season by USA Network on September 15, 2011.[58] Campbell Scott and Brooke D'Orsay, who play Boris Kuester von Jurgens-Ratenicz and Paige Collins, respectively, joined the main cast.[59] Henry Winkler returned to the series as Eddie R. Lawson, Hank and Evan's father.[60] Ben Shenkman appeared in multiple episodes as Dr. Jeremiah Sacani, Hank's replacement, and then co-doctor, at HankMed.[61] Timothée Chalamet appeared in multiple episodes as Jill's nephew, Luke.[62] Donal Logue appeared in two episodes as Ernie, Jill's brother.[63] Kat Foster appeared in several episodes as Harper Cummings, a doctor Hank is set up with by one of his patients.[64] The first episode was written by series creator Andrew Lenchewski.[65] Alexa Vega appeared in the second episode of the season.[66][67] Judy Greer will appear in one episode as Veronica Sullivan, a matchmaker who is treated by Hank.[68]

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47 1 "After the Fireworks" Emile Levisetti Andrew Lenchewski June 6, 2012 (2012-06-06) RP#401 3.95[69]
After multiple competitive eaters become sick, Hank and Divya treat them. Evan pursues a new business venture, and Jill has her last day at Hamptons Heritage.
48 2 "Imperfect Storm" Emile Levisetti Michael Rauch June 13, 2012 (2012-06-13) RP#402 4.14[70]
Jill's nephew (Timothée Chalamet) is treated by Hank. Evan tries to secure a new client (Alexa Vega). Divya faces a difficult decision.
49 3 "A Guesthouse Divided" Jay Chandrasekhar Constance M. Burge & Jack Bernstein June 20, 2012 (2012-06-20) RP#403 3.87[71]
Hank and Evan are pitted against each other when pursuing the same opportunity. A going-away party is thrown for Jill while Divya tries to help Hank and Evan make amends.
50 4 "Dawn of the Med" Michael Watkins Carol Flint & Jon Sherman June 27, 2012 (2012-06-27) RP#404 4.18[72]
Hank is hired by a young couple. Eddie (Henry Winkler) returns to try to reconcile Hank and Evan. Divya's mother (Anna George) visits to reconnect with her.
51 5 "You Give Love a Bad Name" Michael Rauch Michael Rauch & Jessica Ball July 11, 2012 (2012-07-11) RP#405 4.15[73]
A matchmaker (Judy Greer) is Hank and Divya's new patient while Evan attempts to get his staff back in line. Paige prepares to throw a party. Protecting his family is Boris's main priority.
52 6 "About Face" Matthew Penn Constance M. Burge July 18, 2012 (2012-07-18) RP#406 4.25[74]
HankMed treats a country club manager. Evan uses Paige's help and gets the business opportunity he's always wanted.
53 7 "Fools Russian" Allison Liddi-Brown Carol Flint July 25, 2012 (2012-07-25) RP#407 3.92[75]
A secret meeting in Manhattan involves Hank. An Internet entrepreneur is treated by Evan and Dr. Sacani. Divya and her father, Devesh Katdare, resolve their differences.
54 8 "Manimal" Mark Feuerstein Jon Sherman August 1, 2012 (2012-08-01) RP#408 2.96[76]
Hank and Divya treat a large-animal veterinarian. Evan and Paige comfort a close friend who has experienced an unexpected loss. Boris is obligated to make accommodations.
55 9 "Business and Pleasure" Constantine Makris Andrew Lenchewski & Jeff Drayer August 15, 2012 (2012-08-15) RP#409 3.95[77]
During a stakeout at an exotic car event, Hank treats an undercover DEA agent who fears she may have been poisoned with meth.
56 10 "Who's Your Daddy?" Michael Watkins Michael Rauch & Jon Sherman August 22, 2012 (2012-08-22) RP#410 3.91[78]
Hank's latest patient, an ailing polo team owner (Gary Cole), refuses to stop playing. Divya is having a difficult time with her foray into the dating world. Evan worries about a family dinner meeting with Paige's parents.
57 11 "Dancing With the Devil" Paulo Costanzo Teleplay by: Jack Bernstein
Story by: Jack Bernstein & Simran Baidwan
August 29, 2012 (2012-08-29) RP#411 3.78[79]
A pop star needs HankMed's help while visiting the Hamptons on a tour. Hank meets a pediatrician (Kat Foster) and Divya falls for an Argentinian polo player.
58 12 "Hurts Like a Mother" Tawnia McKiernan Jessica Ball & Aubrey Karr September 5, 2012 (2012-09-05) RP#412 3.59[80]
A romance novelist and her daughter become sick with what appears to be different ailments. Divya's new boyfriend seeks out Jeremiah's medical help.
59 13 "Something Fishy This Way Comes" Janice Cooke Michael Rauch & Constance M. Burge September 12, 2012 (2012-09-12) RP#413 3.74[81]
Boris asks for Hank's help for Dimitri. Evan and Paige meets a woman who claims to be Paige's biological mother.
60 14 "Sand Legs" Emile Levisetti Teleplay by: Andrew Lenchewski
Story by: Andrew Lenchewski & Antonia Ellis
September 19, 2012 (2012-09-19) RP#414 4.23[82]
The Bachelor and bachelorette parties converge in Las Vegas where Divya's romance leads to a surprising conclusion. Evan feels guilty when an old friend drops by whose money Evan lost in a bad deal. Trying to help the man's medical condition, Hank faces the effects of his own injuries and runs into an old flame.
61/62 15/16 "Off-Season Greetings" Michael Rauch Part 1: Carol Flint & Jon Sherman
Part 2: Constance M. Burge & Michael Rauch
December 16, 2012 (2012-12-16) RP#415/RP#416 3.25[83]
Before Evan and Paige marry, the weather puts a few obstacles in their way along with a surprise. Flashbacks reveal how Hank's own engagement party ended up creating a wedge between he and Evan.

Season 5: 2013[edit]

Season five of Royal Pains premiered on June 12, 2013.[84] Ben Shenkman (Dr. Jeremiah Sacani) was added as a series regular this season.[85] Frances Conroy guests stars in a multi-episode arc as a wealthy socialite who attempts to prevent HankMed operating in her neighborhood.[86] Laura Benanti appeared in multple episodes as Shelby Shackelford, the VP of Acquisitions of Symphony Health Care Systems, a health care company that buys Hamptons Heritage and attempts to acquire HankMed.[87] Callum Blue joins as a recurring role as Boris's cousin and plays a pivotal part in Boris's story arc. Danny Pudi and Claire Coffee appeared in episode four.[88] Jenna Elfman is set to appear in episode eleven as Lacy, a reformed party girl. Henry Winkler is also set to reprise his role of Eddie Lawson this season.[89]

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63 1 "Hankwatch" Emile Levisetti Andrew Lenchewski & Jeff Drayer June 12, 2013 (2013-06-12) RP#501 3.68[90]
Hank is allowed to return to work full time, even though Evan and Divya keep an eye on him. Evan and Paige begin house-hunting, and accept an offer to live in Shadow Pond. Jeremiah returns from an extended research trip to Iceland with a beard, and treats Hank. Evan hires a team of six on-call physicians to assist with HankMed's workload. Divya learns that she is pregnant. Blythe Ballard (Frances Conroy), a member of a Hamptons founding family, files a restraining order designed to prevent HankMed from operating at Shadow Pond. Hamptons Heritage is taken over by Symphonia, a hospital management corporation.
64 2 "Blythe Spirits" Constantine Makris Michael Rauch June 19, 2013 (2013-06-19) RP#502 3.67[91]
Paige and Evan host an open house for the community to combat Blythe Ballard's efforts to force them out. Hank struggles to get back into shape while he cares for a police officer (Brad Beyer) with a problematic daughter (Alexandra Socha) and medical needs of his own. Symphonia offers to buy out HankMed. Divya reveals that a childhood accident should have rendered her unable to conceive. Although Jeremiah has returned to the Hamptons, he is reluctant to be involved in HankMed activities involving Divya.
65 3 "Lawson Translation" Emile Levisetti Constance M. Burge June 26, 2013 (2013-06-26) RP#503 3.55[92]
With HankMed shut down for 72 hours, Hank travels to Budapest to meet with Miloš about Boris' death. Hank discovers that Boris is alive and hiding from Miloš. Dimitri, Boris' half-brother, dies trying to protect them. Boris wishes to go public, but Hank urges him to be patient. Evan attempts to secure HankMed's base operations with the Village Council but meets considerable resistance from Blythe Ballard. In Savannah, Divya and Jeremiah tour the hospital as relations between them grow tense. Later, they assist Tripp, a baseball player with Pompe disease, a genetic disorder which causes muscle weakness resulting from an enlarged heart. Tripp encourages Jeremiah to tell Divya that he's in love with her. Divya sees a local doctor and is told her pregnancy is viable. She later tells Jeremiah about her pregnancy, and he shaves off his beard.
66 4 "Pregnant Paws" Ken Whittingham Simran Baidwan July 10, 2013 (2013-07-10) RP#504 3.54[93]
With the announcement of Divya's pregnancy, Evan and Hank attempt to cater to her needs - to an uncomfortable level. Jeremiah treats a pair of fun-loving radio hosts (guest star Danny Pudi), Divya treats a dog trainer (Claire Coffee) and Paige tries to take on an internship.
67 5 "Vertigo" Michael Watkins Carol Flint July 17, 2013 (2013-07-17) RP#505 3.82[94]
At a musical event at the park, Hank chances upon Officer O'Shea (Brad Beyer) who requires a checkup; Evan again butts heads trying to upstage Blythe Ballard and Divya treats the conductor, whose rush of inspiration oddly coincides with his loss of balance and sense of time. Paige winds up working with Blythe as part of her art appraisal internship.
68 6 "Can of Worms" Jay Chandrasekhar Jon Sherman July 24, 2013 (2013-07-24) RP#506 3.58[95]
An injured heckler at one of Evan's campaign events leads to Paige asking her father (Bob Gunton) to help - or halt - Evan's quest for city council. Hank attempts to treat a model (Perrey Reeves) whose slenderness is her brand, and is hampered by her belligerently protective boyfriend. Divya and Jeremiah treat a neighbor whose problem isn't limited to just their house. Shelby shares her experience of medicinal bureaucracy which leads Hank to accept her merger proposal.
69 7 "Chock Full O' Nuts" Mark Feuerstein Aubrey Karr July 31, 2013 (2013-07-31) RP#507 3.54[96]
'Killer' Keller (Michael B. Silver) begins aggressively negotiating with Shelby over the merger contract on Hank's behalf - though not entirely to his wishes. Evan and Paige have their first fight, and Divya adjusts to renting in Jeremiah's house. The trap in the Hamptons for Miloš is set, but Boris's contacts lose track of him.
70 8 "Hammertime" Allison Liddi-Brown Jack Bernstein August 7, 2013 (2013-08-07) RP#508 3.60[97]
The Miloš (Callum Blue) conspiracy comes to a close when he lands in the Hamptons for the auction at Shadow Pond. Divya treats an old couple while questioning the state of her personal life and pregnancy.
71 9 "Pins And Needles" Ed Fraiman Jessica Ball August 14, 2013 (2013-08-14) RP#509 3.21[98]
While treating a florist, Hank and Jeremiah come to conflict over Hank's pain medication and his possible addiction. Evan enlists the help of Divya as a campaign and debate partner, but his doggedness concerns Paige. Boris reflects on the disease he and Miloš share.
72 10 "Game Of Phones" Matthew Penn Carol Flint & Jon Sherman August 21, 2013 (2013-08-21) RP#510 3.18[99]
The week before Evan's birthday, his giddiness over a surprise party results in him flying to Italy with Divya, where she plans to tell her mother about her pregnancy. Don O'Shea looks for his daughter Molly when she runs away, with Don's heart problems and Hank's narcotics issues complicating the rescue.
73 11 "Open Invitation" Joe Collins Michael Rauch & Jessica Ball August 28, 2013 (2013-08-28) RP#511 3.27[100]
In the wake of Don's coma, Hank's pain problems come to the forefront - causing Molly to lose trust in him and Eddie (Henry Winkler) to return to stage an intervention with the help of "sobriety guru" Lacy (Jenna Elfman) - though she isn't without problems of her own. Paige suffers from insecurity over Evan and Divya's friendship.
74 12 "A Trismus Story" Tawnia McKiernan Constance M. Burge & Jack Bernstein September 4, 2013 (2013-09-04) RP#512 3.62[101]
The council election day finally arrives, with Evan and Blythe still duking it out in any way possible, with an enthusiastic reporter whose jaw problems don't stop her from keeping the cameras rolling. Don is on the road to recovery but the strain on Molly spells more problem for the pair. Jeremiah suffers a crisis of confidence in the fallout of Hank's pain management problems.
75 13 "Bones to Pick" Michael Rauch Andrew Lenchewski September 11, 2013 (2013-09-11) RP#513 3.75[102]
As summer draws to a close in the Hamptons, everyone has to face uncomfortable truths that threaten the future of HankMed. Jeremiah must navigate his anger towards Hank and his friendship with Divya, Hank has to escape the legal tangle with Symphony and faces a proposal from Boris. Divya realizes she is at the point where her pregnancy can no longer be taken lightly, and with all distractions out of the way, Paige and Evan struggle with how their marriage isn't entirely stable when Paige is invited to work in Paris.

Season 6: 2014[edit]

On September 25, 2012, Royal Pains was renewed for two additional seasons. The additional seasons will contain 26 episodes in total. Season six is due to premiere on June 10, 2014.[11] Guest stars for season six include, Gillian Alexy as Charlotte, a woman Hank meets while in Europe; Patrick Breen as Bob, a couples counselor who helps Paige and Evan; Jerry Davidson as Ray Mazzarino, a new HankMed patient who decides to go into business with Evan; Martha Higareda as Viviana, a bartender at a local bar which Jeremiah frequents; and Natalie Hall as Hope, a burlesque dancer who turns to Jeremiah for help when she begins experiencing pain during her act.[103] Cheyenne Jackson is set to guest star as Sam, a perfumery owner who begins to lose his sense of smell.[104]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod.
code
Viewers
(millions)
76 1 "Smoke and Mirrors" Kevin Dowling Teleplay by: Andrew Lenchewski
Story by: Andrew Lenchewski & Jeff Drayer
June 10, 2014 (2014-06-10) RP#601 2.38[105]
Hank returns to the Hamptons and Evan hatches a plan to keep him in town. Divya experiences motherhood; a party guest has surprising news.
77 2 "All in the Family" Matthew Penn Michael Rauch & Antonia Ellis June 17, 2014 (2014-06-17) RP#602 1.90[106]
The Lawsons discover that they have a sister, but something is off about her. Meanwhile, Hank helps out a tennis pro, and Jeremiah copes with life with Divya and her baby.
78 3 "A Bridge Not Quite Far Enough" Matthew Penn Teleplay by: Constance M. Burge
Story by: Constance M. Burge & Jeff Drayer
June 24, 2014 (2014-06-24) RP#603 2.30[107]
Divya searches for a nanny, while Jeremiah makes a friend; Hank, Evan and Paige encourage a relationship between Eddie and Emma.
79 4 "Steaks on a Plane" Emile Levisetti Jon Sherman & Carol Flint July 1, 2014 (2014-07-01) RP#604 2.11[108]
Boris sends Hank on a dangerous mission in Monte Carlo, Emma's presence puts stress on Evan and Paige's marriage, and Divya and Jeremiah try to solve a mystery illness for a team of firefighters.
80 5 "Goodwill Stunting" Paulo Costanzo Jack Bernstein July 8, 2014 (2014-07-08) RP#605 2.04[109]
81 6 "Everybody Loves Ray, Man"[110] July 15, 2014 (2014-07-15)
82 7 "Electric Youth"[110] July 22, 2014 (2014-07-22)
83 8 "I Did Not See That Coming"[110] July 29, 2014 (2014-07-29)
84 9 "Oh, M.G."[104] August 5, 2014 (2014-08-05)

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