Are Shaun's Relationships With Carly & Lea Changing on 'The Good Doctor'? (PHOTOS)

Meredith Jacobs

Is there going to be a major change in Shaun's (Freddie Highmore) personal life soon on The Good Doctor?

The photos and synopses for the next two episodes, "Unsaid" and "Autopsy," suggest that may be the case. From what is sure to be an awkward double date to "an emotional confession," we can't help but wonder if either Carly (Jasika Nicole) or Lea's (Paige Spara) relationship with Shaun will be the same by the end of the February 24 hour.

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First in "Unsaid," everyone else may be doubtful, but Shaun's hopeful Carly is okay with his friendship with Lea. (Also, one of the patients is a young boy who doesn't have a fully formed trachea and is unable to speak but may be the right candidate for an experimental procedure.)

Then in "Autopsy," when Shaun makes an emotional confession, the result may not be as desired. (Also, Shaun's obsession with doing an autopsy on a Jane Doe challenges his relationships at the hospital, and Claire, Morgan, and Marcus's patient has a mysterious split personality disorder.)

Will Shaun's Decision About Carly & Lea Stick on 'The Good Doctor'?

Will Shaun's Decision About Carly & Lea Stick on 'The Good Doctor'?

In the winter premiere, Shaun had to decide what to tell Carly about what happened with Lea.

Click through the gallery above for a look at Shaun, Carly, and Lea in these two episodes.

The Good Doctor, Mondays, 10/9c, ABC