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Dylan, we can't go on like this. We've got to be able to work a shift together.
-Talk as we walk, Dixie.
This is Tony Simons, 32, involved in a domestic cable electrocution.
He's got burns to his hands and his foot.
He wasn't KO'd, and his ECG is normal, his pulse is 75 and regular.
His BP's 120 systolic.
I've given him 10 of morphine and his sats are 98.
He's an electrician.
New apprentice forgot to switch off the mains.
Wasn't the brightest spark.
Right, Tony, can you wiggle your bum over there for me, please, gorgeous?
Tony, I'm Doctor Keogh.
Looks like an entry wound to the hand, exit left foot.
Mr Simons, look up here, please.
OPERA MUSIC PLAYS
So, where did you get to last night?
It was supposed to be a quiet drink.
What was with the panic on the phone, by the way?
I wasn't up to much, just wanted to see what you were doing.
Five missed calls? I'm starting to think you were jealous.
Jealous! It's not like we're serious.
Anyhow, I would love to stay and chat, but I need coffee.
Lloyd, you're needed in Resus.
'Emergency, which service?'
'Connecting you now.'
'Ambulance control, how can I help?'
Car crash...my head's bleeding...
-'Can you tell me your name and location?'
'Martin, can you hear me?'
Right, you ready? Um, what flower family does the garlic come from?
Hang on, hang on, we've got this wrong before. The lily.
Excellent. Well done.
Now, if you don't mind, some of us have got some work to do.
So, what do you reckon?
-That's very nice.
-Not bad, is it?
-Yeah, I'm liking that.
-Hey, hey. Holby Hotshots.
Quiz team extraordinaire, big semi tomorrow.
Tony Simons, just come in,
-can we see if he's got an ECG or any medical records on file?
-Ask us any general knowledge question you like.
All right, here goes.
Why is it that two fully grown men are so insecure,
they need to answer entirely random questions correctly
to assert their self-worth to a world that simply doesn't care?
He's just got the hump because we didn't ask him to be a Hotshot.
It is Zhana.
I'm in the pub where you told me.
20 minutes late means this surprise had better be good.
Their security's not picked up any crash on the CCTV.
The words "needle" and "haystack" spring to mind here, mate.
-I feel a little game of hot and cold coming on, Jeffery.
'Martin? The paramedics have arrived at the car park.
'Can you tell me which floor you're on?
'Or the colour and make of your car?
'Anything to help us locate you.'
-Let me know when I start warming up, yeah?
I've always wanted to commandeer a lift.
Excuse me, I've got a bit of an emergency, do you mind getting out?
Thank you. Thank you very much.
Control, this is three-zero-zero-six at the multi-storey.
Can you transfer Martin's call to the radio, please?
We're going to try a game of hot and cold. Over.
'Received - switching call through to you now. Still open to the RV. Over.'
OK, Jeff, I can hear his phone. Switch your siren on and I'll tell you when you're close.
OK, received. Here we go for the first floor. Over.
No, no. Try the second, love.
Martin, I'm starting to worry what has happened to you.
Getting hot, Jeff.
'Red hot now.'
Now you're going cold.
Colder. That's freezing.
Right, you need to back up.
That's red hot where you are now. He's got to be there.
I think we got him - level four, over by the ramp. Over.
Fourth floor. Brilliant.
Martin? Martin? I'm Jeff, mate. I'm a paramedic.
Can you talk to me, mate? Can you tell me what happened?
All right. Sit nice and tight.
OK, keep nice and still, fella.
-I'll get you out as quick as we can, all right?
-The other crew's arrived. Does he need immobilising?
-Yeah, collar and board.
Can I have a spinal board and trolley to level four, please? Over.
Martin! Is he badly hurt?
-Who are you, love?
-I'm his carer.
OK, if you're his carer, perhaps you could give us a few details,
like his surname.
Martin Danton. He's disabled.
-I've never known him leave the house before.
-It's OK, it's OK. We'll take this.
MUSIC PLAYS QUIETLY
Come here, come here.
Hi, Ella, it's Daddy. Happy birthday, sweetheart.
I'm sorry I'm not there to sing to you.
Your pressies are here waiting.
Daddy loves you more than ever.
I thought he was getting a taxi. He mustn't drive, he has a bad back.
His back condition must be serious. Shouldn't you be caring for him at home?
He asked me to meet him here. He wouldn't say why.
-I think it's because today is my last day with him.
Can I have the money? I need to be paid. It is what Martin owes me.
Look, I think we'll sort that out at the hospital, princess, OK?
Who's his next of kin?
-His wife's dead. He has a daughter.
-Could you give her a call, please?
Something doesn't smell right about this one.
-Yeah, I know what you mean. Here you are.
-Thank you very much.
Scarlett, you should be careful.
Coming in in that state doesn't look very professional.
Is this about me not ringing you?
-Lloydy, are you jealous?
come on, we're only having a bit of fun, aren't we?
Mrs Miller's taxi home?
The course of true love doesn't seem to be running very smooth.
Perhaps they're getting relationship counselling from the doctors.
That would explain it(!)
This is Martin Danton, 46 years old, RTC. Car versus a concrete wall.
GCS was 13 when we got there, up to 14 on the way in.
When you're ready, please. One, two, three.
Deep laceration to his head. Restricted lower limb movement and he's been incontinent.
Has a history of back problems as well. That's Zhana, his carer.
What about the money?
Do you want to come with me, please?
-Ah, Big Mac.
Can you take Zhana through to reception, please?
Can you make sure the nurses put that in the safe?
We'll sort it out when Martin's daughter gets here, all right?
Zhana, if you'd like to step this way.
Ah! Excuse me. Dr L Lyons Esquire.
More fan mail, eh?
Bit official-looking for that. This way!
This is Jenny Danton. She's Martin's daughter. Previous attendances...
Look at the state of you! Dad!
I know this is distressing, but step outside until I've finished.
You need me here. I'm Dad's full-time carer, so I'll answer any medical questions.
Fine, well, you do it from just there. Thank you.
-OK, can you feel me applying pressure now?
What about in your toes? Any sensation, pressure?
I can manage, thank you, Dr Nicholls. Tell me everything you know about your father's condition.
He started off with lower lumber pain which developed into sciatica,
and now his condition's deteriorated into chronic pain syndrome.
Meaning a lot of it's in the mind.
-If you're saying he's putting it on, he's not!
-Dr Keogh isn't suggesting the pain doesn't seem real.
Please, don't tell me what I'm suggesting.
I'm going to leave you in the hands of Dr Nicholls. All yours.
OK. Hello, Martin. My name is Sam. I'm going to be your doctor.
I'm going to give you a little look over. Could you please tell me any medications you're on?
He's been on everything but they've just introduced amitriptyline
and they've upped his MST to 50mg twice a day.
He took his last tablet at 8 o'clock this morning.
We should sign you up as a nurse.
-I've been his full-time carer since I was 16.
-What about the lady he came in with? Zhana?
Oh, no, she just comes in once a week while I'm at college.
I hate to leave him but Dad wanted me to get some qualifications.
She's passed all her mocks. I'm very proud.
With all the medication you're on,
you must have been advised not to drive.
Can't remember driving, let alone the crash.
-Apparently, Zhana was there when it happened.
-OK, can you speak to her?
I need to find out what happened this morning, if anything triggered Martin's collapse.
FITNESS DVD PLAYS
So we're going to do three sections.
The first section is...
..Reach across the body. Stretch out the lats here.
SHE BREATHES DEEPLY
DVD CONTINUES PLAYING
They're ready for him in CT,
and Dixie brought this in from the scene.
-Does this belong to you?
-No, I've never seen it.
Looks like Mr Danton was going on a date.
"To Zhana, with love and thanks."
-Maybe his sciatica isn't that bad after all.
HE RATTLES THE DOOR
Hey, hey, hey. Don't worry, it's Andy from next door.
-'Emergency. Which service?'
-Yeah, hi, I need an ambulance.
70 Seddon Street. It's my neighbour. She's had some sort of fit.
OK, which musical won the best film Oscar in 1965,
but didn't win the award for best song?
Ooh. You'll have to give us a clue on that one.
Come on. It's one of the most famous films ever.
It's The Sound Of Music.
None of the songs could be nominated
because they'd been written for the original stage production.
-Dr Keogh and the Von Trapps. I never saw that one coming!
What were you doing?
Dad might never walk again. It's all your fault!
Martin asked me to meet him. If he said he was driving, I would say no.
He couldn't get out of bed when I left home! What was he doing in a car park?
I don't know. I promise you, Jenny...
Excuse me, can I ask you to sign for this money, please? It was found in your dad's car.
That is for me. Martin has promised to give me extra bonus.
A bonus? What for? If it wasn't your last day, I'd have you fired!
Ladies, there's no need for unpleasantness.
It's got nothing to do with you!
Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Come on, come on. You know better than to dry swallow pills. Come on.
You're shaking quite badly. Does this happen a lot?
No, it's just with all the upset with Dad.
Is there somebody we can call to come and sit with you?
Look, I probably owe you, um, an apology.
If only all relatives were as well-informed.
You've no idea how ignorant some people are...
You keep that. You might want to pop that somewhere safe.
Your CT came back clear,
so that means there's no intracranial concerns.
We've also cleared your neck,
and I think the pain in your legs could be to do with your sciatica worsening,
but I've got a few concerns.
I'd like to get him in for an MRI as soon as possible, please. Thank you.
And while we're waiting, Martin,
it would really help to know what happened in the car.
Like I said, bit of a blur.
Could be woman's intuition, but...
-I can't remember.
OK, I'll just give it to Jenny to look after...
Martin, you've heard of patient confidentiality.
So why don't you just tell me what happened this morning?
I woke up this morning.
The pain's usually in the right leg but it was in both.
Nothing I couldn't cope with.
OK, it was silly driving, but in the beginning, there was no problem.
The pain kicked in when I was trying to park.
So why risk driving in the first place?
Jenny finishes her course today.
She's been coming in once a week for a year. This is her last day.
Have you been giving Zhana extra cash?
I just spoke to the bank. There's money going out of the account. There's thousands missing.
Zhana? Dr Nicholls. I'm treating Mr Danton.
-Would you mind stepping through to the office for me?
-Martin is OK? He will walk again?
That's what we're trying to figure out.
I need to find out the truth about Martin's condition.
From what he's telling me when Jenny isn't in the room,
he was on his way to town to meet you, to take you out.
Have you and Martin been out together before?
No, today's the first time.
Sorry, I'm confused.
Jenny says her father is severely disabled,
and yet today he put on his best suit and drove into town to take you out.
Which is it?
Are you and Martin having a relationship?
No, not relationship. We have arrangement.
I do not just provide care. Also, affection...
Are you having sex?
I don't mean to pry, but medically speaking...
We are very careful.
But with all the medication he's on...
Martin has stopped taking some of his tablets.
He's not as sick everyone thinks.
OK. Well, thank you.
None of my business, but Jenny's worried there's money missing from the account.
Is that what Martin's been paying you extra for?
It is not as bad as it sounds to be.
It's OK, Sandra. You're at Holby City ED. We brought you in because you collapsed at home.
One of your neighbours spotted you and called us out.
Mate, could you hold that for me, please? Just wait there. Thanks.
OK, this is Sandra Wetherill, mid-30s, found collapsed at home with an apparent seizure.
OK, Sandra, can you just wiggle your bum over there for me, darling? OK.
Hi, Sandra, I'm Lloyd. Has this happened before?
Er, yeah, I've got a meningioma. Slow growing.
All right. Don't worry. You're in good hands.
OK, mate, let's get that arm sorted.
What's this menin thing she's got?
Well, it means that Sandra has a brain tumour. Come on, this way.
Scarlett, do you have a free cubicle, please?
Um, yeah, the one on the end.
Yes, this is Dr Lyons from number 20.
Look, I'm sorry this is short notice,
but I'm going to have to give up the flat.
I'm kind of leaving the area.
So, if you could call back when you get this message, that'd be great. Thank you, bye.
-Sandra Wetherill, seizure with known meningioma.
-No, mate, just checking something out.
All right, Scarlett, this is Andy.
Can you take care of him for me, please?
He's playing it down a little bit, but he's just saved someone's life.
I just put her in recovery, that's all.
Well, there's no need to look so worried about it!
Let's have a look at that arm.
I believe there's been some tension between you and Dr Keogh recently?
No, we're fine. It's just I've got a tricky patient.
He's, um, he's not telling me everything.
Well, Dr Keogh is duty consultant. If you want a second opinion, ask him.
Mac, I really love this pen and my action figure.
These are a few of my favourite things!
That's very good!
Dylan, you're going to have to try and be civil.
Mr Jordan's watching and he's told me to ask your opinion as duty consultant.
It's Martin Danton. I'm struggling with a diagnosis.
-Have you tried a per rectal?
There you go. Good stuff. Right, since your last scan,
any tingling and numbness in the arms and legs? Any headaches?
-Been no change, I've been fine.
Because of the seizure, we need to check there hasn't been a bleed into the meningioma,
so we'll get you in for a CT scan as soon as possible.
-For now, push against this hand, please.
-I know the routine.
-I've lived with Tinkerbell for three years now.
Oh, I read it in a women's magazine. You give your tumour a pet name.
It makes it seem less threatening and easier to live with!
OK! Um, this foot.
If there is a bleed, will I finally get the operation?
That will be entirely up to the neurosurgeons, I'm afraid.
But hey, Tinkerbell's been benign up until now,
so let's check her out first before we start to worry, yeah?
-OK, there you go. That's you done.
Oh, come on! Cheer up! You were a hero today.
I don't feel much like a hero.
Oh, Lloyd. Andy's just about to be discharged.
Any chance of him checking in on Sandra before he goes?
No, it's all right. I'm just going to shoot off home.
-No way, she'll want to say hi to her saviour.
Come with me.
Sandra, this is Andy. The guy who called the paramedics.
Thought you'd want to say a quick hello.
The guy who saved your life!
Only because he was perving at me through the bedroom window.
Yeah, you were. I saw you get on your ladder to get a better view.
Yeah, I was on my ladder, but...
I was changing a light-fitting.
God, sorry! It's just I wake up in here with no idea what's happened.
I'm so worried I'm going to have one of these seizures in the night
and my son will come in and find me dead on the bedroom floor.
It's all right. Don't worry about it.
Right, shall we get you and Tinkerbell in the scanner?
Lloyd, do you think you could give my child minder a call?
I can't get any reception here. I need her to pick my son up from school.
I've got a million and one jobs to do. Maybe Andy can help out.
Yeah, all right. I'll give her a ring for you.
Thank you for doing this, Dylan.
I'm simply doing what I'm paid for.
Ask me to pass it you! You need to lie still, get up your strength.
Um, Jenny, would you care to come with me?
I could do with a word in the Relatives' Room.
Dr Nicholls needs to carry out a quick exam on him.
It's a rectal exam.
I've just been speaking to Zhana.
She told me about your little arrangement.
I was acting a bit dim.
Try explaining that one to your daughter!
Well, I'm more interested in her telling me you've stopped taking some medications.
Well, that's because of Zhana.
Before she came along, I was just moping about.
Suddenly, I had something to live for.
That's why I drove into town. I wanted to go out on a proper date.
A last opportunity to show her there's more to me than just a bad back.
Well, she's still here.
In the waiting room.
She wants to see you.
Um, your dad's carer says that he's been feeling a little better lately.
And she also said he's stopped taking some of his pills.
Zhana's like you - she thinks there's nothing wrong with him.
But she's not with him 24 hours a day like I am.
You mentioned amitriptyline and MST.
But your father's records also say that he's on pregabalin.
I just made a mistake, forgot to mention it.
Well, you were absolutely certain about it earlier on. You were positively clinical.
Your shaking is getting quite a lot worse, isn't it?
Dad might never walk again and I'm worried sick!
Oh! Look what you've made me do.
I think you should take it easy a little bit.
-Don't want the patients getting the wrong impression.
Er, he was sad. I felt sorry for him.
Looks to me like you're the one with the problem.
We need to talk about personal relationships interfering with the shift.
I think this is the bit where Lloyd swears blind there's nothing going on with him and Scarlett?
I just thought she was being a bit friendly with a male patient.
-You're saying she was being unprofessional?
-She was practically hugging the guy!
-Or reassuring him?
Scarlett's a good nurse. She knows the difference!
Sounds like a case of the green-eyed monster, Nurse Bateman. What do you think?
Pupils dilated, running a temperature...
-What would you recommend?
-A good strong apology!
That should do it.
What you said about a severe pain?
My head's never felt this bad.
OK. Tingling? Numbness?
Yeah, numb. My right side feels really weird.
It's been like this for a few days actually. I couldn't get out of bed.
OK. So why didn't you mention any of this earlier? I did ask.
Oh, it's stupid. Just I know the routine and...
I wanted to get out of here and home to my son.
I'm just worried that this banging in my head, it might not be safe.
Right, well, let's not get too concerned about it right now.
Well, what if the numbness gets worse?
Well, if it does, then we can think about getting a neurosurgeon down here to look at you.
For now, let's just wait and see what the CT says.
Zhana's lying. Dad hasn't stopped taking any tablets.
Jenny, just calm down.
No, I think she's been taking money out of the account.
I think I'm going to call the police.
-You really don't want to do that.
-Well, why not?
Your dad's been paying her extra.
You know what, you just need to talk to your dad.
He'll be back from his MRI soon.
I think it's best you wait in the Relatives' Room in the meantime.
I'll let you know as soon as possible, OK?
Got to the bottom of things?
There's a lack of anal tone.
All indications are that Martin is suffering from Cauda Equina Syndrome.
Sciatica in both legs, sudden loss of movement, incontinence.
A first-year medical student could've spotted it.
I just wanted a second opinion.
You want me to talk to you? Here goes.
Don't you ever waste my time like that again.
I can't do this any more.
Can't what, mate?
Sorry about lunch. I've got a good excuse for not turning up.
I don't care about lunch.
I'd booked us that Thai restaurant you always fancied trying.
But it's only a postponement. Once Dr Nicholls gets me on my feet...
I look forward to it.
I was thinking, I'll probably need more care than ever.
So... You could keep coming.
Maybe more than one day a week.
What I'm trying to say is,
I don't want us to say goodbye.
I feel ashamed.
Thinking I've got troubles,
then finding out about Sandra's brain tumour.
Have you been feeling down for a while?
My ex...runs off with another bloke.
I lose my business.
No money, no job.
Today's my daughter's birthday.
You're OK, mate. Come on.
I hate these jiffy bags.
I'd much rather have the brown paper packages tied up with string.
-Dylan, the MRI came back showing the CES.
I just wanted to apologise. I don't mean to play games with you.
I thought if we got stuck into a case together...
Sam, this is not me trying to be being awkward
or teach you a lesson.
We can't seem to work a shift without bumping into each other. Every time we...
I don't know if I can handle it.
I've never discussed it before. That's why it all came flooding out.
Depression's like any other illness - it needs treating right away.
Yeah. Part of me knows that.
The other part thinks, "What's the point?"
I'll still wake up to a load of nothing.
Think of Sandra collapsing today.
That's where you're heading emotionally.
Do me a favour. Pick up the phone, call your doctor.
Make an appointment.
The cauda equina are these bunch of nerves here
at the end of your spinal cord.
You've herniated your lumbar disc. It's pressing against the nerve endings.
What are my chances?
Well, we need to get you into surgery right away.
Only by removing the disc and relieving the pressure
can we save the function of your bowels and legs.
But seeing as it's very early stages in your condition,
it's a good chance you'll make a full recovery.
Don't worry. We'll get through this.
Will you be here?
No, you can forget that. I'm not having her in the house.
I know what you've been spending our money on.
-You're making a fool of yourself.
-I don't care.
I've fallen in love with her.
You can't do this to me, Dad!
You've no right. You don't know what love like this means.
That's because I've never had chance!
-I've been too busy cooking and cleaning after you!
-I never asked you to!
I think Zhana may have made the decision for you.
Will you go after her?
She's free to go. I just want her to have this. Please.
Martin bought this for you.
He wants you to have it. No strings attached.
When I was a girl in Ukraine,
my favourite story was about a fisherman and a pearl.
I've known a lot of bad men in my life.
Martin is very kind. That's why he remembered the pearls.
If you do go back to him, don't go back to him out of sympathy.
I still can't believe it. She always looks so fit and well.
Thought you must've shot off home.
No, we had a coffee, got talking footie.
Thanks for waiting around and looking after Ben.
Can you spare another five minutes so I can talk to the doctor?
Yeah, no problem. How about we get some pop and sweets, eh?
Right, OK, we've got your results back.
It's good news.
Comparing your previous scans with today's, there's no new developments.
So I'm going to send you and Tinkerbell home.
The scan can't be working right or I wouldn't feel this ill.
No, trust me, the scan proves there hasn't been a bleed.
I can't feel my arm or leg. My head's banging like there's no tomorrow.
Can you just get the neurosurgeon down here
or I want to see someone in charge.
I'd be wasting their time because everything's pointing to you and Tinkerbell being fine.
So you say, but I want a second opinion.
OK, um, fine.
I'll go get Mr Jordan, see if he can have a word.
Three years you lot have been sending me home and doing nothing.
Could I speak to Martin Danton's GP, please?
Yes. It's about his current medication.
Have you got any spare paper going?
We're going to draw the hospital, aren't we?
I'll have a look for you.
No, I give in. What is the longest highway in the world?
The Trans-Canada. It's about 8,000 kilometres long.
I was just about to say that.
Here you go.
-There we are. That's the only bit I've got at the moment but I'll bring some over.
There you go.
I need you to start drawing the walls for me.
You know you said before that Sandra always looks fit and well?
How's she seemed recently, over the last few days?
I saw her go jogging yesterday,
spent the afternoon digging in the garden.
You've just done her another huge favour.
Hey, how we doing? I'll get that bottle of pop for you.
Can we step outside, please, for a quick word?
Dad needs me here. He's about to go for his op.
Then I'll have to ask you in front of your father about the pregabalin.
I stopped taking that ages ago.
Yes, I've spoken to your dad's GP about his prescription.
I must've just ordered some by mistake. Sorry, I need some air.
SHE BREATHES RAPIDLY
-Let's get her inside.
Patient demanding to see you.
Sandra Wetherill, benign meningioma.
Actually I need to hand in my notice as well.
Luke Doran's death. I've always had an interest in it,
but when I went to the postmortem, I saw how the pathologist...
He pretty much solved that case, didn't he? So it kind of...
It reignited my interest in doing that. So I made some calls.
I've secured an attachment to a forensic pathology lab.
Should certainly beef up the application for a CT1 job, right?
Yes, it will...it will help, but there's no guarantees.
I don't want any guarantees, Mr Jordan.
I just want to do what excites me again
and right at the moment that's forensic pathology.
I know this is right for me.
I admire your commitment, Lenny, and your enthusiasm.
Sometimes you've just got to go for it, right?
I'll be really sorry to lose you.
You're an excellent doctor, Lenny.
The department will miss you, you know.
When did you start taking your father's medication?
About six months ago.
Don't worry, the sensation in your legs will soon come back to normal.
Why did you start taking them?
I just got in a bit of a state about going to college.
I just took one or two to start with.
And now how many?
-About six or seven.
-That certainly explains the panic attack outside.
I've tried to come off them. I know it's really bad.
I am really sorry.
Look, the main thing is we get you sorted.
Your GP will work out a withdrawal plan for you.
Don't tell Dad. He's got enough to cope with.
So have you!
You've done a brilliant job of caring for your father.
You just lost a little of your confidence along the way.
Your dad wants what's best for you.
He obviously wants Zhana more.
Jenny, you both need to move on,
and only by getting on with your own life will you let him have one too.
I couldn't have put it better myself.
Maybe you should call Zhana.
In comes Dr Keogh, one click of the mouse,
and there's Maria gallivanting through the meadow!
Then through the speakers comes...
# The hills are alive with the sound of...# Join in!
Any dog bites?
Bee stings? Feeling sad?
Send them my way.
This is Mr Jordan, he's our clinical lead.
Dr Lyons tells me your meningioma is causing new symptoms.
It started in my right foot. I couldn't feel the floor.
But you've still been able to jog, do the garden and do some aerobics?
Yeah, I went jogging to run it off. It didn't work so I came back.
I wasn't doing aerobics, I was stretching.
Let me show you this scan.
This is your tumour, it's situated near a large vein,
called the sagittal sinus.
If we operate, that vein is in a very dangerous location.
I know, you keep telling me that, and then you send me and Tinkerbell home to get on with it.
Sandra has a pet name for her tumour.
I really need this operation.
I'm a single parent.
Sandra, I know how distressing this is and you must be very afraid.
I do understand, really I do.
But I have reviewed your consultant's notes and the scans,
and believe you me, it is far more dangerous to have the operation
than to live with the tumour.
You could become permanently paralysed.
You could have a stroke.
You could die.
For the sake of your son, it's safer to live with Tinkerbell than have the operation.
I apologised to her. I told her I want her to come back too.
Stop the lift!
Am I too late?
Are you here to stay?
Then you take Dad up and get him settled.
I'll come and see you both in a bit.
You're still my little girl.
I'm seeing my GP first thing tomorrow morning to talk about the pregabalin.
I know it isn't easy but you've made that first big step. Well done.
Thanks. Thanks for today, you and Doctor Keogh.
Hey, Andy. Which US state used to be part of Russia?
It's easy. Alaska.
You are in.
We've got a big grudge match tomorrow night. We need you here.
You're going to be our secret weapon.
-Don't let us down now. We need you.
Hiya, I've called a cab. Do you want to hop in with us?
Sounds like a plan.
Come on, get your pens together.
Don't miss that doctor's appointment.
Ah! Is this for me?
That is the best ambulance ever!
It's even got a machine gun!
Thanks for everything.
-And sorry about...
-You take care now.
..you and Andy looked pretty cosy in the staff room.
I wouldn't have thought he was your type.
I've been out of order.
The truth is...
..if you'll still have me, I'd like us to...
Make it official?
In that case...
HE WOLF WHISTLES
Is it time to buy a hat?
Major Nicholls for Colonel Bryant.
Good evening, Ma'am.
I'd like to report back earlier for front line duty.
If you could enlist me as emergency cover,
I will be available immediately.
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