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Series 32 - Episode 20
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Elle Gardner’s troublesome, sullen son Blake, who’s even more of a pain since he discovered who his dad really is, stands over the prone body of a bloodied schoolfriend. He claims the boy was attacked by muggers, but his story doesn’t add up.
It’s the start of a difficult day in the emergency department that’s nominally being overseen in Connie’s absence by Dylan. Though Connie, with her famed inability to stay away from work, turns up looking sick and pale to interview Ethan for the consultant job. Oooh, we all know how he rejected her sexual advances when they were on their away day in London. Surely she’s professional enough not to hold this over him? Don’t bet on it.
Elle panics when she wakes one morning to find Blake has not been home, and an already tense situation is made worse when he arrives in the ED with his friend Miles, who has been beaten unconscious. The teen claims burglars broke into Miles's flat and attacked him, but Jacob - already aware that Miles had been bullying Blake - smells a rat. Meanwhile, Connie makes a surprise return to the department ahead of Ethan's consultancy exam, and Robyn, David and Glen rally round to cheer up Noel, who is missing Max.
Cast & Crew
Lisa `Duffy' Duffin
Amie Burns Walker
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