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Casualty

  • 2017
  • Season 32
  • 44 episodes
  • Drama
  • Soap

Summary

Medical drama set in the casualty department of a busy hospital.

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Episode 34: Casualty

Summary

Connie Beauchamp returns and wastes no time in reasserting her authority, taking over the care of a patient in resus and pitching her idea for a trauma theatre to a sceptical Charlie. Ethan visits the spot where Cal died to pay his respects, and he unexpectedly sees Leigh-Anne - the girlfriend of his brother's murderer. A number of staff members come in to work hungover following a housewarming party at Alicia's new house.

Review

Connie is back, short-haired, short-tempered and as warm and cuddly as a granite work surface. Ethan is in her crosshairs (he parks in her space!), though he’s more preoccupied with Leigh-Anne, girlfriend of Scott, the man he killed.

“You’re an angel,” gushes the blissfully ignorant Leigh-Anne. The angel of death, more like. You can see exactly where this relationship is heading when Ethan once again becomes entangled with the weeping young mum and her sickly baby.

Connie isn’t happy and yells: “We do not get involved in patients’ lives!” Oh, please!

But everyone feels a bit sad for Ethan because it’s the first anniversary of Cal’s murder. Still, it’s a good time for a party, eh Alicia?

Details

Released on
2018-05-05
Languages
Formats
Colour

Credits

Cast

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Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
Connie BeauchampAmanda Mealing
Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
Iain DeanMichael Stevenson
Sam NichollsCharlotte Salt
Jacob MastersCharles Venn
David HideJason Durr
Elle GardnerJaye Griffiths
Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
Alicia MunroeChelsea Halfpenny
Noel GarciaTony Marshall
Robyn MillerAmanda Henderson
Gem DeanRebecca Ryan
Louise TylerAzuka Oforka
Leigh-Anne CarrCassie Bradley
Andy StorridgeDominic Power
Chloe StorridgeKatie Proctor
Karen StorridgeSamantha Seager
Gill RansomLucy Briers

Crew

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DirectorSteve Hughes
ProducerGwenllian Gravelle
WriterRachel Aird

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  • Summary

    Connie Beauchamp returns and wastes no time in reasserting her authority, taking over the care of a patient in resus and pitching her idea for a trauma theatre to a sceptical Charlie. Ethan visits the spot where Cal died to pay his respects, and he unexpectedly sees Leigh-Anne - the girlfriend of his brother's murderer. A number of staff members come in to work hungover following a housewarming party at Alicia's new house.

    Review

    Connie is back, short-haired, short-tempered and as warm and cuddly as a granite work surface. Ethan is in her crosshairs (he parks in her space!), though he’s more preoccupied with Leigh-Anne, girlfriend of Scott, the man he killed.

    “You’re an angel,” gushes the blissfully ignorant Leigh-Anne. The angel of death, more like. You can see exactly where this relationship is heading when Ethan once again becomes entangled with the weeping young mum and her sickly baby.

    Connie isn’t happy and yells: “We do not get involved in patients’ lives!” Oh, please!

    But everyone feels a bit sad for Ethan because it’s the first anniversary of Cal’s murder. Still, it’s a good time for a party, eh Alicia?

    Details

    Released on
    2018-05-05
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Ethan HardyGeorge Rainsford
    Connie BeauchampAmanda Mealing
    Charlie FairheadDerek Thompson
    Iain DeanMichael Stevenson
    Sam NichollsCharlotte Salt
    Jacob MastersCharles Venn
    David HideJason Durr
    Elle GardnerJaye Griffiths
    Rashid MasumNeet Mohan
    Alicia MunroeChelsea Halfpenny
    Noel GarciaTony Marshall
    Robyn MillerAmanda Henderson
    Gem DeanRebecca Ryan
    Louise TylerAzuka Oforka
    Leigh-Anne CarrCassie Bradley
    Andy StorridgeDominic Power
    Chloe StorridgeKatie Proctor
    Karen StorridgeSamantha Seager
    Gill RansomLucy Briers

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorSteve Hughes
    ProducerGwenllian Gravelle
    WriterRachel Aird
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