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Based on the BBC series of the same name, "Getting On" follows the daily lives of overworked nurses and doctors attending to the needs of elderly female patients at Mt. Palms Hospital in Long Beach, Calif. Even as they attempt to serve their charges in a rundown extended-care wing of a hospital mired in red tape, the staff members deal with life's complications and conflicting agendas, both professional and personal. The ragtag crew includes Dr. Jenna James, whose dreams of becoming a famous medical researcher died at Mt. Palms; Nurse Dawn, who might excel at her job if she didn't obsess over finding a boyfriend; Nurse DiDi, an example of how one's easy rapport with patients should inspire co-workers but doesn't; and Patsy De La Serda, a supervising nurse of ambiguous sexuality.

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DiDi takes to the picket lines in a last-ditch effort to save Billy Barnes; Jenna tries to get out of a hastily made offer; Patsy and Margueritte share secrets; Dawn inadvertently sets a chain of events in motion that seals the fate of the ward.
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DiDi searches for a way to save the ward; Varla returns and butts heads with her long-lost daughter; Jenna comes clean to her husband; the staff gets a rude awakening.
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Dr. James is plagued by complications on the day of her symposium; Patsy embraces his truth; DiDi is caught between work and family; Dawn and Dr. James see uncanny visions of themselves in two British visitors.
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Dr. James is caught off guard by workplace politics; a felon with cancer arrives at the ward; Patsy's mother visits; DiDi's mother-in-law comes to Billy Barnes for treatment.
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The staff faces an infectious disease crisis; DiDi's family drama spills into work; Dr. James reaches out to a pharmaceutical company; Dawn is revived by Patsy's unpredictable advances.
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Dr. Jenna James finds her job threatened by a handsome new doctor; DiDi is inspired to fight for her union rights; Patsy is forced to return to floor duty; Dawn questions her marriage.
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The staff's future is jeopardized by disturbing news about the hospice program; Dawn is caught between two suitors; DiDi takes her salary issues to Jenna.
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DiDi struggles when her younger sister fills in at Billy Barnes; Jenna gets a new look; Patsy lets an award go to his head; the staff has issues while discharging a patient.
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One of Jenna's photos mistakenly makes its way into the Christmas card competition; DiDi is tempted by a visiting doctor; a patient with terminal cancer proposes a final solution; Patsy and Dawn's relationship is strained.
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A server crash leads to disaster for the staff; DiDi steps on Dr. Stickley's toes; Dr. James struggles to get through to a deaf patient; Dawn buys a cello.
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DiDi takes on more responsibilities when a hospice program is introduced; Dawn considers her future; Patsy has a medical emergency; an alcoholic patient seeks a loophole in her doctor's orders.
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Dr. Jenna James' research projects threaten to take over the ward; DiDi asks for a raise; Patsy's "Lean & Green" initiative causes problems; Dawn gets some surprising news.
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Phyllis' mother's condition vacillates; Jenna attempts to get Dr. Stickley to make concessions; DiDi grows impatient when a debt is unpaid; an equipment malfunction injures a patient; the staff perform their caregiver concert.
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A night shift is turned upside down by a new patient and some drunken visitors; Dr. James dreams of a fresh start.
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The staff deals with a homeless woman; Dr. James implements a new exercise program; Dawn wins the grand prize in Dr. James' charity raffle.
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Patsy files a grievance against DiDi; a gentleman caller sends shock waves through the ward.
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A new supervising nurse arrives at Billy Barnes; Nurse Dawn and Patsy start off on the wrong foot; Donna displays her karaoke skills.
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After finding feces on a lounge chair, Nurse DiDi receives conflicting orders from her co-workers; Dr. James has a public meltdown; the staff tries to determine a woman's identity.

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