Casualty: This is who I am, where I belong

Casualty - Series 33 - Ep40(Series 33, ep. 40 by Johanne McAndrew and Claire Miller 22.6.19) Pop over to Metro for my full review of this episode. But first…

– I think the Duffy dementia storyline has been brave and really well done. I hope we do continue to see her, but I was glad the decision to give up frontline duties was hers and that she wasn’t pushed out by the odious Ciaran.

– I wish Jade would have more confidence. When someone believes in her she absolutely glows, but she takes setbacks to heart far too easily. I want to see her thoroughly believe in herself, because she has great instincts and skills – she was lovely with Omo.

– I also want to see what Archie does next about Connie’s mistake. Archie does not seem like a person who would back down easily. Watch Archie and learn, Jade.

– It was an odd choice for Jacob to take a pile of his childhood drawings into the hospital for Omo rather than a jigsaw and a copy of Take A Break, but plot reasons etc. I wonder whether we will get to see Mr Masters Senior at some point?

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  1. The storyline of Jacob and his mother, has similarities with the Xavier and his mother in Holby City. Maybe the two storylines should have been run at some considerable time apart.

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