128549 review-really-like-characters-resident-series really-like-characters-resident-series http://www.fox.feedback/review-really-like-characters-resident-series 0 0 0 Really like the characters on "The Resident" series. Good to see a medical series that focuses on patient care and the cutthroat nature of big medicine. One small complaint. In the second season showing uniformed military dealing with QuoVadis, ask your costuming staff to consult with any former/retired service member to have the characters in correct uniform. The four star general was wearing enlisted brass, random awards, an American flag pin, and RED TIE, and had a cap a captain would use. A sergeant was wearing a general officer cap. Any ex-service member could help with these continuity issues, and correcting them would add no additional cost. <p>Really like the characters on &#34;The Resident&#34; series. Good to see a medical series that focuses on patient care and the cutthroat nature of big medicine. One small complaint. In the second season showing uniformed military dealing with QuoVadis, ask your costuming staff to consult with any former/retired service member to have the characters in correct uniform. The four star general was wearing enlisted brass, random awards, an American flag pin, and RED TIE, and had a cap a captain would use. A sergeant was wearing a general officer cap. Any ex-service member could help with these continuity issues, and correcting them would add no additional cost.</p> 2019-04-14T15:20+0000

Really like the characters on "The Resident" series. Good to see a medical series that focuses on patient care and the cutthroat nature of big medicine. One small complaint. In the second season showing uniformed military dealing with QuoVadis, ask your costuming staff to consult with any former/retired service member to have the characters in correct uniform. The four star general was wearing enlisted brass, random awards, an American flag pin, and RED TIE, and had a cap a captain would use. A sergeant was wearing a general officer cap. Any ex-service member could help with these continuity issues, and correcting them would add no additional cost.