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Casualty: In loving memory

(Series 29, ep.22) In this episode, we received an explanation about why Connie is currently an ED doctor rather than a CT surgeon. It took a lot of coaxing by Charlie to get her to part with the information, but nobody can withstand a Charlie coax for long. 387 more words

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Casualty: The Robin Hood of Holby

(Series 29, ep.20) Holby A&E was being inspected by a team of inspectors, including Dr Dylan Keogh. Despite having previously worked at the department and living on a boat with one of the staff, he is actually a robot so can be relied upon to be objective. 500 more words

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Casualty: Come dine with Big Mac

(Series 29, ep.19) Big Mac, Noel, Honey and Louise have a Come Dine With Me type cooking thing going. They take turns to impress each other with the amazingness of their cuisine (while the others rummage in their knicker drawer and bicker, if it’s anything like the real CDWM). 408 more words

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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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