Casualty: The ED’s loss is HEMS’s gain

Casualty - Series 34 - EP5(Series 34, ep. 5 by Hamish Wright and Dana Fainaru 21.9.19) For a proper review of this episode, hop over to Metro. But first…

– That was a lovely send-off for Iain and a beautiful conclusion to his story. Michael Stevenson hasn’t put a foot wrong in this mental health storyline and the writers have allowed the story to play out over a long span of time. A highlight for me was the episode where Iain was working in the ambulance control centre.

– I was almost in tears at the scenes with Stan and his dog.

– I’m very annoyed at Gem for her behaviour to Rash. Getting Iain to dump him and then avoiding his calls was just mean.

– As was Mason’s behaviour. I’m still hoping that there’ll be some back-story to explain why Mason does stuff like this (high achieving parents with madly high expectations?), but it’s going to have to be very convincing to make me like him after the way he’s treated Rash. Or maybe we aren’t meant to like him and he’s going to go full villain? Either way, I have to say he’s a very interesting, compelling character.

– Ethan and Effie. It’ll end in tears.

– Line of the week: (Dylan) ‘Thank you Dixie.’ [Notices her name badge] ‘Kathleen? I had no idea your name was Kathleen.’

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  1. thebigmart

    When Iain told Jan and Ruby about the HEMS job, I thought he said he had applied. Suddenly he had got it (without interview?).

    To avoid the situation another time with Mason passing Rash the old x-ray, surely, perhaps in a corner the date should be clearly printed.