Love this show which I watch with my HFA son. The Good Doctor brings me a lot of hope that when my son is done with university (he is brilliant, like Shaun, teaching himself to read at 3 and seeing the world in an astonishing way) he will find his way in life. Like my son, Shaun Murphy's greatest problems are the the ignorance and prejudice of NTs. The final episode of Series 1 is one of the finest set pieces I've ever seen in television reflecting a depth of storytelling and a cast at the peak of their abilities. Freddie has captured the neurological tics and rich inner life of so many autistic people so well it's hard to believe he isn't an Aspie himself. An obviously fiercely intelligent decent young man and truly one of the finest actors of his generation, he is always a pleasure to watch. The show crushes the canards that autistic people don't feel emotion and can't empathize. Thank you for doing such a stand up job, Freddie. Only thing to add is the stellar work of Richard Schiff, particularly in the final episode.