• Gcheung28

    Do No Harm finally premiered last night and it was an interesting start to a new series! For those of you new to the wiki and this show, Do No Harm is a Jekyll and Hyde story. Dr. Jason Cole (the Jekyll) is a prominent, kind and good-looking neurosurgeon and he seems to have the perfect life, except for one dirty secret: he struggles with Dissociative Identity Disorder.

    Occasionally, Jason will transform into an entirely different person named Ian Price (the Hyde), who seems to be borderline sociopathic and possibly dangerous. For a while, he was able to keep his other half sedated, but Ian has grown used to the drug and is ready to take revenge on Jason!

    So what happened in last night's premiere? Read on!

    • Ian has five years of resentment and an…
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  • Gcheung28

    It's almost time for Do No Harm to air on our TVs!! For those of you anxiously waiting, the pilot episode is actually available online at NBC's YouTube channel. For those of you willing to wait until the premiere on January 31, what do you think is going to happen in the premiere?

    The show seems pretty interesting from all the sneak peeks that we've been getting and we LOVE the idea of doing a modern day Jekyll and Hyde! To give some background, Dr. Jason Cole is Jekyll, the brilliant brain surgeon who spends his days doing remarkable procedures. Meanwhile, Ian Price is Hyde, the monster that takes over Jason's mind and body every night at 8:25.

    In the first episode, we learn/already know that Ian has built up a tolerance to the drug that Jaso…

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  • LexiLexi

    Clip From Do No Harm

    June 1, 2012 by LexiLexi

    We don't know that much about Do No Harm, but we do know one thing: this show is guaranteed to be suspenseful. I mean, how would you feel if your neurosurgeon had a violent alter-ego? I wouldn't like it one bit.

    But I might like watching a show about it. If you're still unsure of whether you would enjoy Do No Harm, take a look at this new clip:

    What do you think? Will you be tuning in when the pilot airs?

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