Things got much, much worse for Bill over the course of episode 12.Nora, the sex surrogate who was a tad too eager to help him and Virginia/Ginny in their work, turned out to be a religious fanatic.
The poor man was facing two criminal charges — one for prostitution and another for fondling a little boy.
To make matters even worse than they already are, Virginia chose to leave Bill for Dan.
Bill even found out that Libby and Ginny had an agreement of sorts.
His character won't leave immediately, but we all saw how long the last family member brought into Angels lasted. Not only is Tommy Dewey a nice addition of eye candy, but Mike really brings out a side of Angus that we haven't seen much of.
In addition to a good old-fashioned case of religious objections to medical care, Code Black Season 1 Episode 13 featured some great medicine and some serious upheavals in the doctors' personal lives. Another new character arrived on the scene – but how long will he be sticking around?
Sure, as Malaya pointed out, there's some Freudian insecurity, but his brother also pushes him in ways no one else can.
That sibling rivalry will only help Angus be a better doctor.
But with any luck, the writers will flesh Mike out and give him his own stories and chances for growth.
That kind of perfection could certainly have some twisted roots underneath it all.
The season 3 finale finally saw William Masters' (also called Bill) problems coming to a head. It would only go away if the good doctor supplied a fat check.
However, unwilling to accept defeat, Bill chose to fight the lawsuit rather than admit doing something he didn't do.