See photos from Playing House season 3 episode 4, "Paging Doctor Yes Please."
While visiting Maggie at the hospital, Emma gets her first peek at Dr. Ericson, who’s stopped by the nurse’s desk to ask Maggie a favor: he’s agreed to be part of a promotional video for the hospital about the nursing program, and was hoping Maggie would appear in it with him. Naturally, she quickly agrees. Emma, who’s been spying on the whole exchange, senses a mutual attraction, but Maggie is still playing coy and assures Emma that she and Dr. Popsicle have an exclusively professional relationship.
The Killer: Wayne Little, a carpenter with a personal motivation to get close to the Glass family.
The Victim: Peter Glass, a cyber security consultant and overprotective father who keeps his family on a very short leash.
The Family: Peter Glass is married to Olivia, and together they have a daughter, 16-year-old Sophie. Olivia rarely interacts with her friends or neighbors, because as one put it, Peter doesn’t get along with anyone, so they seldom socialized.
The homicide of a man is compounded by the abduction of his daughter; Angie continues to secretly investigate the Neville Montgomery file.
Everyone sets their eyes on a goal: Jay is determined to help Manny sell wrapping paper for a school fundraiser; Claire petitions the city for a stop sign to be installed at a high-traffic intersection; Mitchell is hell bent on proving a point with Cameron, and neither one of them will back down; Phil and Luke will stop at nothing to create a viral video sensation; and Gloria is desperate to find Stella after losing him.
Shawn, Gus and Henry return from a night at the movies to find that Henry's younger brother Jack is back in town and has broken into the house. Shawn finds him crouched by the coffee table in the living room. The guys are elated to see him but Henry is less than thrilled. Where they have always been enamored by Jack's wanderlust and fantastic stories of his worldwide adventures, Henry has always known his younger brother to be unreliable and irresponsible. Jack always wants something, and when Henry questions his motives for being back, he confesses that he wants their help to find the