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Episode 33: Crush

Summary

Amy finally gets what she has always wanted, only to realise that escaping the mistakes she has made with Harry is easier said than done. Adrienne pays another visit to the hospital, only to cause a near-fatal accident, forcing daughter Serena to accept some painful truths about her mother's future. Adele escapes sister Mo and finds herself on Darwin, where she immediately gets on the wrong side of Jac. However, with Jonny's help she finally begins to show her true potential. Actor Hugh Quarshie (Ric Griffin) returns to Holby tonight, although he's behind the camera, directing the episode

Review

There is a little medicine sprinkled throughout this episode, but not so anyone would notice. Mostly it is about the trauma of the staff, and they are suffering. Amy, Holby’s new pharmacist, has been regretting her one-night stand with Dr Tressler ever since it happened, but now it’s comes back to haunt her in such a big way she tries to get hubby Raf to leave the country – seriously.

The most uncomfortable storyline comes from an often unsympathetic character, the hospital’s deputy, Serena Campbell. As her mother comes to the hospital to visit a friend, Serena’s forced to acknowledge what she has obviously been ignoring – that her mum is suffering from dementia. The performances are understated and you can see nothing but heartbreak ahead.

Details

Released on
2014-05-27
Languages
English
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Harry TresslerJules Knight
Raffaello Di LuccaJoe McFadden
Adele EffangaPetra Letang
Mo EffangaChizzy Akudolu
Serena CampbellCatherine Russell
Colette ShewardLouise Delamere
Dominic CopelandDavid Ames
Sacha LevyBob Barrett
Jac NaylorRosie Marcel
Jonny MaconieMichael Thomson

Crew

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DirectorHugh Quarshie
WriterGlen Laker
ProducerJane Wallbank
EditorCaroline Bleakley

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  • Summary

    Amy finally gets what she has always wanted, only to realise that escaping the mistakes she has made with Harry is easier said than done. Adrienne pays another visit to the hospital, only to cause a near-fatal accident, forcing daughter Serena to accept some painful truths about her mother's future. Adele escapes sister Mo and finds herself on Darwin, where she immediately gets on the wrong side of Jac. However, with Jonny's help she finally begins to show her true potential. Actor Hugh Quarshie (Ric Griffin) returns to Holby tonight, although he's behind the camera, directing the episode

    Review

    There is a little medicine sprinkled throughout this episode, but not so anyone would notice. Mostly it is about the trauma of the staff, and they are suffering. Amy, Holby’s new pharmacist, has been regretting her one-night stand with Dr Tressler ever since it happened, but now it’s comes back to haunt her in such a big way she tries to get hubby Raf to leave the country – seriously.

    The most uncomfortable storyline comes from an often unsympathetic character, the hospital’s deputy, Serena Campbell. As her mother comes to the hospital to visit a friend, Serena’s forced to acknowledge what she has obviously been ignoring – that her mum is suffering from dementia. The performances are understated and you can see nothing but heartbreak ahead.

    Details

    Released on
    2014-05-27
    Languages
    English
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Harry TresslerJules Knight
    Raffaello Di LuccaJoe McFadden
    Adele EffangaPetra Letang
    Mo EffangaChizzy Akudolu
    Serena CampbellCatherine Russell
    Colette ShewardLouise Delamere
    Dominic CopelandDavid Ames
    Sacha LevyBob Barrett
    Jac NaylorRosie Marcel
    Jonny MaconieMichael Thomson

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorHugh Quarshie
    WriterGlen Laker
    ProducerJane Wallbank
    EditorCaroline Bleakley
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