PUBLISHED: 09:52, Wed, Feb 12, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:02, Wed, Feb 12, 2020
The Good Doctor returned for a brand new episode on Monday, February 10 on ABC which saw Dr Shaun Murphy (played by Freddie Highmore) treat a social media influencer (Chelsea Alden). However, at the end of the ABC show’s latest instalment, there was a greater issue at hand as Dr Neil Melendez (Nicholas Gonzalez) received an official complaint from one of his members of staff. Fans have since expressed their thoughts on the identity of the complaining culprit.
In the final moments of episode 14 entitled Influence, Dr Audrey Lim (Christina Chang) wanted to have a private word with Dr Melendez.
When they were by themselves, she made him aware someone had made an anonymous favouritism complaint against him, accusing him of being more in favour of Dr Claire Browne (Laura Thomas) than the other doctors who work under him.
Dr Lim told him: “There’s something awkward we need to talk about: you and Claire.
“I received an anonymous favouritism complaint. We need to deal with it.”
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Who made the official favouritism complaint against Dr Neil Melendez in The Good Doctor? (Image: ABC)
Dr Lim informed Dr Melendez someone filed a complaint against him for favouriting Dr Claire Brown on The Good Doctor. (Image: ABC)
When the scene aired, fans took to Twitter to accuse one character in particular of the anonymous complaint.
From the get-go, many assumed it was Dr Morgan Reznick (Fiona Gubelmann) who was behind it.
One fan tweeted: “Morgan Reznick is ANNOYING!!!! I haven’t liked her character since she started.
“You wanna send anonymous complaints about favouritism but none of your bosses know you have arthritis.”
Another said: “Screw Morgan for snitching on Claire and Melendez for running.”
While a third simply stated: “A favouritism complaint? It had to be Morgan.”
Fans believe it could have been Morgan who submitted the complaint against Dr Melendez. (Image: