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'Off the Map' 1.03 Preview: A Doctor Time Out

January 20, 2011 (9:04 am) GMT
Electricity shutting down in the middle of operation, a man pinned under a tree and a patient with low spirit to heal are some of the things that the doctors must deal next.

Shonda Rhimes' new project "" is trying to differentiate itself from "" and "" with the new episode. Next week, the doctors would be faced with the harsh living conditions in the third world country before they meet the real medical challenge.

In "A Doctor Time Out", the city is buzzing with the annual festival, but when a live wire electrocutes a young man and causes a citywide blackout, Mina and Otis fight for his life. Meanwhile a dangerous mudslide leaves a young pregnant couple in peril and the doctors scrambling to save them both.

"We have to take this medical case that maybe you've seen on TV before but do it in a completely different way," co-creator Jenna Bans said in an interview with TV Line. "The idea that we cannot do something they've done on 'Grey's Anatomy' is what keeps us going."

The January 26 episode also harbors a romance scene between Zita and Otis. Apparently this chemistry is not only on-screen. " and ," Bans revealed the best chemistry. "We had ideas about their off/on relationship, but once we saw them on, we didn't want to go off for too long. The other two are Zach [Gilford, Tommy] and Mamie [Gummer, Mina]."



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