Doc­tor on drugs

Jack wres­tles with a dilemma when he makes a shock dis­cov­ery re­gard­ing the new doc!

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Since Lin­coln joined the hospi­tal’s staff ros­ter, he’s been warmly wel­comed by med­i­cal stu­dent Jack who was in­stantly smit­ten with him, es­pe­cially af­ter learn­ing he was also gay. The pair have devel­oped a fun and easy­go­ing friend­ship – but that’s quickly shaken when Lin­coln ca­su­ally ad­mits to be­ing a recre­ational drug user.

Staunchly op­posed to il­licit drugs, Jack is horri ed at Lin­coln’s blasé at­ti­tude as he in­sists that us­ing metham­phetamine “P” is no big deal. Cut­ting Lin­coln no slack, Jack is adamant in his con­dem­na­tion of the doc­tor’s drug use and hints at nark­ing on him for his own good! A chat with Jack’s brother

Curtis, who’s a po­lice­man and law stu­dent, only re­in­forces Jack’s re­solve as Curtis ex­plains the huge dan­gers of a doc­tor tak­ing “P”. Re­turn­ing to Lin­coln, Jack tries talk­ing sense to him but his need for speed leads the guys to share a tense mo­ment. Wit­ness­ing the up­set­ting scene,

Mo ques­tions what’s wrong but a con icted Jack won’t open up to his fa­ther, pre­fer­ring in­stead to work through the is­sue pri­vately. Af­ter much con­sid­er­a­tion, Jack calms down and as­sures Lin­coln that he

won’t re­port him to the au­thor­i­ties. Af­ter all, he’s no saint ei­ther, hav­ing used drugs in the past, and he knows how hard it is when your life choices are made pub­lic. TVS

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