Code Black Video: Angus' 'All-Star' Brother Returns — With Big News

Did someone order 200 CCs of simmering sibling rivalry, stat?

This Wednesday on Code Black, (CBS, 10/9c), Tommy Dewey (Casual, The Mindy Project) boards the freshman drama in a major role, as Angus’ older brother, Mike. And as seen in the exclusive sneak peek above, Angus is alternately excited — and then a bit puzzled — by his brother’s presence at Angels Memorial.

What brings the “all-star” ER doctor back to L.A.? And why might he stay? Press play for those answers and more.

Elsewhere in the episode, Christa’s romantic feelings towards Neal begins to grow, while Malaya has to deal with a patient (guest star Jesse Bradford) who becomes obsessed with her.

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  1. kay says:

    Angus is my favorite character on code black. I’m always rooting for him.

  2. Rachel says:

    I really like this show. Wish it got more love.

  3. Stacy says:

    Yes! So happy about this.

  4. Malissa R. says:

    I love, love, love this show!!!!

  5. This is one of my favorite new shows. Captures the intensity of a crazy-busy ER with superior acting and great soapy plotting and characterizations. I love the Angus-Savetti relationship; they seem like brothers in a sibling rivalry already, so I am wondering what dynamics will prevail adding a character to play Angus’ real brother.

  6. gail watts says:

    This guy Gordon (Jesse Bradford) had me riveted. I worked ER for many years and he really got into character. Few recognize the hazards and dangers the the ER personnel face daily being subjected to twisted humans.