“The Good Doctor” Season 1, episode 4 will see Dr. Shaun Murphy (Freddie Highmore) once again getting on Dr. Neil Melendez’s (Nicholas Gonzalez) nerves.

In “Pipes,” Neil will be assigned to tend to a pregnant woman whose unborn child is in huge danger. Neil will offer a solution to the would-be parent, but Shaun doesn’t think that it is the best option that they have. When he orders an ultrasound for the patient and gets the result, Shaun decides to go for his surgical plan.

Unfortunately, this move wouldn’t sit well with Neil for two reasons: the pregnant woman is not Shaun’s patient; and the doctor with autism once again wants to employ unapproved medical procedures. But things will become trickier since Shaun is known for saving the lives of patients even though his treatment plans are not regarded as traditional.

Elsewhere in the episode, Shaun will start opening up to his colleagues. In the premiere, everyone was wary about hiring him because of his autism. But Dr. Aaron Glassman (Richard Schiff) fought for his place at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital.

On his first day at work, Shaun didn’t get off at a good start with a lot of the nurses, surgeons and doctors. After all, he had difficulty communicating with them. But in this week’s installment, Shaun will have a breakthrough when it comes to relating with his peers.

However, he will continue to struggle with his life at home. In episode 2, it was revealed that Shaun lives in a huge apartment, but he placed a mattress with some of his things in the middle of the living room. On the table in front of him is a photo of his younger brother, who passed away when they were still children.

Shaun decided to become a doctor after Steve (Dylan Kingwell) fell and died right before his very eyes. In the premiere, Shaun told the heads of the hospital that if he were a doctor at that time, he could have saved his younger brother. This became his motivation to pursue a career in medicine.

“The Good Doctor” Season 1 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. EDT on ABC.