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Casualty: Who attacked Connie?

(Series 33, ep. 23 by Debbie Owen 9.2.19) I’ve written a full review of this episode for Metro, so pop over and have a look. Just before you go, a couple of other things…

– If you know anything about me you’ll know I have a soft spot for anything to do with Liverpool, so it’s been lovely to have Paul Barber in these episodes as Ernest. The character was a really nice one – a rogue, used to living on his wits and his wiles, but ultimately sympathetic.

– It’s always useful to have Dylan around in moments of high emotion as curmudgeonly contrast. Maybe that’s why I couldn’t quite get on board with the Dylan/Ciara story a while back. I want Dylan to be cynical and detached, not emotionally overwrought.

– The attack on Connie at the end was truly shocking in its brutality – all the more so because we didn’t see the attacker or even see the blows land, we just saw the force that was being used by the jerking of Connie’s body.

– Louise might be feisty and occasionally bitchy, but her heart is of the finest gold. I’ve seen on social media a few people speculating that possibly it was Louise who attacked Connie. I think that anyone who could even consider that idea has been watching a different programme to the one I’ve been seeing. 

– I can’t wait to find out what’s going to happen to Connie – and who dunnit (it wasn’t Louise).

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