Casualty: She’s not right

Casualty - Series 33 - Ep44(Series 33, ep. 44 by Nick Fisher and Dana Fainaru 27.7.19) For my full review of this episode take yourself over to Metro, home of the best soaps coverage in the land. But first…

– Ciaran is definitely playing a part in Connie’s deterioration, isn’t he? If she was surrounded by nothing but the caring, sharing likes of Charlie and David and even Dylan in his gruff way, she wouldn’t have been pushed to such extremes. As it is, she’s got Mr Charming at her shoulder muttering threats like ‘I wanted to give you a chance to save face before you become utterly unemployable.’

– But still… Duffy! If Connie had sacrificed Duffy at the best of times it would have been dreadful, but the dementia storyline has given it an added poignancy that works really well.

– Robyn has noticed that ‘there’s something not right with Mrs Beauchamp’ so it’s only a matter of time before everyone else twigs as well.

– When Duffy was looking at that photo of herself back in Ye Olden Dayes when Casualty was young that was a really sad moment.

– I loved Rosa, and her presence really lifted the episode. I’m looking forward to seeing more of her.

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  1. I was so sad about Duffy. Maybe we can launch a petition for her to return!

    I was interested in Rosa. Obviously she has some medical knowledge. However, did her boss not require her to do portering duties, rather than advising the medical team on patients symptoms?

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