It’s judgement day at Holby ED, as the department awaits the findings of the investigation into the handling of the bombing (seen in episodes 1 and 2) in this week’s offering from the popular hospital drama.
Heads are going to roll, and Tess (Suzanne Packer), Charlie (Derek Thompso)n and Nathan (Ben Price) are first in line. Nathan is determined it won’t be him and doesn’t hesitate in blaming Charlie.
Problems are compounded by the day’s newspaper headlines revealing utter chaos within Holby � someone has spoken to the press and rumours are rife as to who it was. Alice (Sam Grey) uncovers the truth and plucks up the courage to confront the whistleblower.
Meanwhile, a disillusioned and desperate Guppy (Elyes Gabel) goes on a mission to bring Harry (Simon MacCorkindale) back from Westminster, convinced that he is the answer to Holby’s problems � but Harry is far from pleased to see him and sends him away.
A young single father, David, is forced to look at his own behaviour. Struggling to deal with the responsibility of his teenage daughter, he is found to be the cause of a major RTC. Everyone is stunned to discover his daughter, Suzie, trapped in the back of his car.
Also in ED, the team struggle to find a bed for a patient and the elderly gentleman ends up in a corridor. His daughter, Valerie, becomes more and more upset, faced with the prospect of watching her father die there.
Disillusioned after a hard day, Josh returns home to discover Maggie has surprise visitors for him � Devika and Sajani.
Casualty, Saturday 22 September, BBC ONE