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Casualty: How to solve a problem like Grace

(Series 29, ep.18) Casualty is really on fire at the moment, and this was another cracking episode with plenty of drama, a bit of suspense and some light relief thanks to the wonderful pairing of Chelsee Healey and George Rainsford. 344 more words

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Casualty: Count your blessings

(Series 29, ep.17) Robyn has a heart of gold. She also has “oomph,” according to Lofty, which is interesting because Lofty “likes a woman with oomph.” 379 more words

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Casualty: We can't all wear sequins to work

(Series 29, ep.15) This review is brought to you from a freezing cold Haasler Towers, in between rib-cracking bouts of coughing. The twin spectres of the Flu Grinch and a boiler with an electrical fault have not heralded the best start to a new year ever seen, but at least there’s always Casualty to liven up the mood with its festive blend of misery and trauma. 316 more words

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Casualty: Are you really him?

(Series 29, ep.14) This episode featured two men of God, one of them apparently Jesus; two fathers, one of the religious sort and one the father of Honey; several Santas, most of them secret; and several visits to the Jeff Collier Memorial Bench. 884 more words

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Casualty: No one dies on Ash’s watch

(Series 29, ep.13) Casualty was getting in the seasonal mood in an episode packed full of Christmas songs, tinsel, fairy lights, a live turkey, grown men dressed as reindeer and close-ups of a disgusting abscess being drained. 566 more words

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