Number one: any medical-based television show.
In hospital, elevators aren’t actually magical places where you find yourself stranded with your hush-hush lover. Staircases are not the hallways of deep and meaningful conversations. Your seniors, no matter how attractive you are, will not enjoy your romantic inclinations. Surgeons do not form empathetic relationships with their patients, and they do not form bromances with physicians. Surgery almost always goes to plan. Consultants rarely yell at interns, and if they do, it’s never in a very creative way.
And it’s never lupus. It’s always lower-lobe-pneumonia-with-complications-of-diabetes-presenting-on-a-background-of-COPD-and-CCF-and-ARF-on-CRF-with-hypertension-and-IHD.