‘Code Black’
Will Guthrie (William Allen Young) undergo surgery for his serious illness in “Code Black” Season 2, episode 13? CBS

“Code Black” Season 2 is gearing up for another emotional episode in January.

In episode 13, titled “Unfinished Business,” Guthrie (William Allen Young) will make a difficult decision whether or not to treat his Parkinson’s. In the previous episode, the staff at Angels Memorial discovered that he was suffering from the serious illness when it became next to impossible for him to tend to one of his patients. At the time, the heads of the hospital contemplated on firing the much older staff. But in the end, they decided to give him a new position as the hospital chaplain.

Meanwhile, treatment for Parkinson’s is considered to be very risky. Guthrie will have to consider all the pros and cons of the surgery. While doing so, he will receive some advice from the other doctors, particularly Dr. Leanne Rorish (Marcia Gay Harden). A series of flashbacks from Guthrie’s childhood will also be part of the episode.

Elsewhere, the residents at Angels Memorial will be treating patients who are victims of an apartment fire. “Unfinished Business” will see the guest appearances of Lance Irwin as a fire department chief, Brandon Brown as young Guthrie, Aiden Berryman as child Guthrie and more.

In other news, the fate of “Code Black” after its second season remains unknown. According to TV Line, the execs of the series, as well as the heads of CBS, have yet to make an announcement. After its first season, CBS ordered a second installment for “Code Black,” but with major changes in its cast members. Bonnie Somerville and Raza Jaffrey were axed at the end of Season 1, and new cast members, Emily Tyra, Gray Cabey and Nafessa Williams, were introduced.

“Code Black” Season 2, episode 13 will air on CBS on Jan. 11 at 9 p.m. EST.