Hospital drama. A determined Amy throws her weight behind helping Harry shine. Jac's childcare nightmare gets worse when Elliot lends a hand.
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You know, you've got a lot of pent up energy in you, haven't you?
-Raf, you can't do this. You can't always...
Whatever problem he has with me, he either sorts it out or...
I can bite back.
There's 20 grand in there. Just stay out of my life.
So destroying me is good for Emma.
Oh, yes, because if I can get her away from you,
there's just a chance that she won't turn out to be like you.
You don't have to be nice to be a good doctor.
I'll just have to get you there.
It's my only way of getting rid of you.
The beta-agonist mixture of ipratropium
could be causing the increased heart rhythm.
-So, I'd then prescribe...
Take a full drugs history.
Give me a break, I've been on this all night.
There's too much um-ing and ah-ing. It needs to come automatically.
We'll plan another session.
We're short-staffed, everyone's on holiday. look, I don't have time,
unless you think sleeping is an unnecessary luxury.
Harry, if you want this to work, make time. No excuses.
-You set off early.
-Yeah, lots to do.
Yeah, I'm going to clear the decks myself.
We have to get a shift on if we want to make it to London by eight.
-Did you print off the tickets?
Never mind, could you do it at lunchtime
on your break in the office?
Traffic's going to be murder, maybe we should take the Tube.
I forgot, Raf.
No, I should have sorted it. It's my fault.
There's still time.
Being forgetful, it's one of the symptoms.
-Keep your voice down.
Darling, if you carry on like this,
people are going to work it out for themselves.
CROONER MUSIC PLAYS
Oh! Yeah, exactly, yeah.
No, we should definitely have a boys' weekend.
Check out Jimmy'z bar in Monte Carlo.
Jimmy'z bar. Jimmyzzz, Jimmy'z bar. Come on, Jimmy'z bar.
Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar.
Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar. Jimmy'z bar!
I... I just needed some fresh air.
Sure thing, doll-face.
Andre Hassan, 22, right leg injury. Crashed his car.
-A Porsche, would you believe.
-Not too shabby.
I'm a footballer, I can afford it.
My dream motor would be a two-seater convertible.
Roof down, music up.
We can dream. FBC, Us & Es, amylase, and LFT.
THIS would be a good case for your e-portfolio,
test your diagnostic and surgical skills.
Amy, we've had this conversation.
I think I can handle my own career.
Dr Tressler! Amy says you want in on this case.
-I think it's a great idea. Shows ambition.
You haven't got much experience in vascular surgery.
So, what would you do first?
Andre here has been involved in an RTA.
Well, assuming that a primary and secondary survey
-of the patient have been done...
-But of course.
..I'd examine the patient
for any possible arterial vascular compromise.
And it's back of the net for Harry Tressler.
Any problems, you know where to find me.
Oh! Sorry, Professor. Can I get you a coffee?
-No, thank you.
-It's still fresh.
-No, thank you.
It's funny, isn't it? This time next week it'll all be over.
The Jac and Jonny court case?
Yes, it's going to be an emotional week, we'll have to tread carefully.
Just admit it, you can't stay away.
Not when the staff are as handsome as you.
Get out of it.
He looks like he's holding up OK to me.
You know, I never thought I'd say it,
but Lord Farquaad's really pulled his finger out this last week.
-Aye. Probably the first time he's done some actual graft.
But he's really got stuck in.
He might have his uses after all.
It's all academic, isn't it?
Once he passes his assessment, he'll be off.
Far too ambitious to stay on.
Hiya, Mr Hope!
Come and get in the video. It's for Barry. Group shot.
Sorry, one of our consultants is running late, Ms Naylor.
I need to keep an eye on her patients.
I'm one of them. So it's not like you're skiving.
If you can just press the record button.
Hi, Barry! It's Mum! Wishing you all my love for your big day.
Er, all right, Bazza? Erm...
Congratulations, big man, and just try not to get too drunk, yeah?
Erm, well, best of luck with your nuptials.
May you have a long and happy marriage.
Could you drop off Mr Whittle's ECG results to the office
when they arrive? Thank you.
Don't worry, I can edit that last bit out.
Oh, thank you. He will love this.
That's lovely, having such a nice, close family.
Yeah, I'm lucky that way. Some of my friends and theirs...
Something and nothing. I'll be back tonight,
so get me a balti on your way home.
-So, J, where did you disappear to last night?
-How do you mean?
Yeah, one minute you were on the flaming sambucas,
the next, you're the invisible man.
Yeah, don't worry, I've already worked it out.
Liz, could you take that to Darwin for me, please? Thanks.
You pulled, didn't you?
Never kiss and tell.
Knowing you, she's some high-maintenance princess type.
Bring her out tonight.
Why? What's happening tonight?
Oh, gastro pub.
Some TV chef is launching his new franchise and we are all going.
Er, sorry, amigo, I've already made plans for tonight.
You know what these princess types are like.
Ah-ah, ah-ah. Three-line whip.
The man has very deep pockets. Could be good for the hospital.
I want my top team there. Colette, shall we?
So, Andre, I hear you are a United player.
Nice. Where are you from originally?
Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure.
The Paramedics think you've got a displaced fracture of the tibular...
but we'll know more after the scan.
-Has Nicky arrived yet?
-He looks after my business interests.
No, no, he hasn't, but we'll let you know when he does.
So, erm...what does a footballer do when he's not training?
-Lots of girls.
Excuse us a minute.
Park the fan-boy chat and get on with treating your patient.
I'm gaining trust.
You're angling for an invite to his mansion.
Worry about your patient, not me, all right?
You haven't even asked him why he crashed his car.
Andre, do you remember what happened before the crash?
I was driving. I felt strange and then, bang - a wall appears.
-Were you drinking?
-I don't touch alcohol.
OK, there's a pulse, but it's very weak. Can we get an X-ray?
A CTA and give him 2.5mg of morphine.
We'll see you in a bit.
Go beneath the surface. Don't accept the obvious.
-This one's for you.
Oh, wait. This is for Professor...
I'll do it myself, shall I?
Hey. Hey, what's going on?
Jac sacked the nanny. I think they had a falling out.
Actually, since you're here, I might as well get on.
No, I... I can't.
What? She's your daughter.
Jac has a legal order against me.
I'm not supposed to be around her unsupervised. You know that.
But she needs you.
-What are you doing here?
You can go now. Both of you.
So, that's three nannies you've sacked.
Going for the hat-trick, yeah?
-She overstepped the mark.
Meaning it's none of your business.
So, Mr Timmins...
Oh, Derek, please.
Derek. We've got a carpal tunnel decompression in your right hand.
Any problems with anaesthetic, allergies?
Fit as a fiddle, apart from this.
Mind you, 30 years of picking cockles and shrimps
will do that to you.
I work down at Ribble Sands.
So the condition could be due to repetitive strain?
Do you use machines?
No, lad. Traditional way.
-First, you rock your jumbo...
-It's a long plank of wood.
Makes the sand soft.
Then you use your rake to gather them up.
Right, so the surgeon will be along to talk you through the operation.
And you'll be "rocking your jumbo" in no time.
How did you get that?
Oh, it's a cheapo aftershave. Brother-in-law.
-We can take care of that.
Doctor March, can we get some antihistamine cream
-for Mr Timmins, please?
Erm, that needs some antihistamine cream.
-Yes, would you mind?
I'll be glad when I've had the op, be able to work longer.
Well, I must say, this whole cockling thing sounds fascinating.
Yeah, yeah. Sea creatures. I mean, they're a lot like us.
-Is that so?
Take the... Take the mantis shrimps. They are the consummate warrior.
Can't say I know much about them.
OK, OK, well, so, they kill their prey by smashing them to pieces.
Or they can spear them.
So, if you were putting together a crustacean army...
not that you would in real life. No, no, obviously.
But if you were, then you'd want these guys on your side.
Seeing as you know so much about it,
do you fancy going on a date tonight?
Will I need an operation?
Let's wait for the results of your ECG.
I'm hoping we can avoid surgery.
Me too. I've got my son's wedding next week
and, after that, my daughter's 40th.
You can come if you want. She's hired a mansion
and a load of naked butlers.
Sounds right up your alley.
Let's just concentrate on getting you better.
So, how's this going to play then?
Emma being in your office, me working here?
As long as you keep your distance, we should be fine.
I'll do my best, but you're not making it easy for me.
It's not exactly a bed of roses for me either.
Let's get a quick coffee. You need a break.
Doc, Doc. Relax, Doc! I weren't asking you out.
I meant for me daughter, Maria.
Right, erm, that still wouldn't be right.
Look, she's a bright girl. She got a first in Marine Biology.
-Her life's all research. Looking after the house.
She never socialises. I blame myself.
I was never good at all that girlie stuff, you know.
My wife died when Maria were three years old.
-She needed her mum.
-I'm sure you did your best.
She just needs to find someone...
It's totally out of the question. I'm sorry.
Sorry I'm late, Dad.
We were down on the sands and found an Acanthocardia echinata.
-You're kidding me!
-Wow! What was the... How...
They're normally found in the North Sea areas
-in the Channel Islands, but not round here.
I'm Doctor Digby, I'm er...
Well, Arthur, if you like,
and I'm looking after your father today.
Doctor Digby was telling me about, you know...
Oh. They're pretty bad-ass, right?
Yeah, you wouldn't want to mess, would you? With the...
And what about their photoreceptors? 16.
16? Humans only have three types.
I know! They can see UV, visible and polarised light.
I've got to erm...so... and yep... Yeah.
That girl fancies you.
It was a bit of a shock seeing her there, you know.
I wasn't expecting it.
I'm always playing catch-up.
And it shouldn't be like that.
I'm her dad. And I miss my daughter.
And if Jac wins this thing
then I'm going to see even less of her, you know?
We'll all be here to support you both, whatever happens,
but it's important to let the courts decide
and then rebuild your lives.
I was on this forum. There was this guy, right?
And his wife, I mean, she'd been up to all sorts,
she's an alcoholic, and she'd run up this massive debt,
and she still got custody.
Every case is different.
In the end, he just took them.
He just met them after school and he left.
Jonny, surely you're not thinking of...
Now, I can understand how a guy can get to that place.
Just sheer desperation.
-You must promise me you will never do that to Emma, or Jac.
The only way you can go forward is to do everything by the book.
I need to get back.
What did you think you were doing?
What big club's going to offer you a contract now?
Excuse me, what's going on?
Whoa, back up, love - he's my client.
I'm Ms Teo, the Consultant Pharmacist.
Andre needs his rest. You'd be better off in the waiting area.
I'm Nicky Gardener, his agent. I'm going nowhere.
I'm here to make sure he gets the best.
He's worth a lot of money.
You're Nicky, good to meet you.
-You're the guy behind the Porsche, then.
-That's just the start, mate.
In fact, you could do well for yourself.
Men's magazines, a bit of telly.
If you ever get tired of the bedpans...
You don't like me, do you?
You think I'm one of those "greed-is-good" merchants,
exploiting the lad.
We're only interested in helping Andre get better.
Me too. He's a very talented boy
and he's hit the jackpot. What's wrong with that?
Andre, have you got the whole mansion, swimming-pool thing?
Whoa, whoa, hold your horses, he's only just made the first team.
But that will come. As for sponsorship, watch this space.
Effie, could you get Andre an X-ray slot, ASAP, please?
-Good to meet you.
-All right, mate.
Cardiac enzymes suggest no sign of a heart attack
and the ECG's fine.
-So, we're talking about an angiogram then?
I could let her know if you like.
So what are you going to do if you have to operate?
I mean, you can't leave Emma alone in your office.
I'll work something out.
I've already called the hospital creche but they're fully booked.
So, what was her big crime then, the nanny, I mean?
Must have been huge to get her fired.
I don't have to explain myself to you.
If Emma was in harm's way then I have a right to know.
The woman kept putting her to bed before I got home from work.
And? That's it?
I only get to see her twice a day.
She was practically stopping me from being with my own child.
I simply can't imagine what that's like.
-Have you spoken to your mother yet?
-No, why would I?
I'm afraid that you've developed pneumonia,
which has spread to the left upper lobe, here.
That's not quite what I wanted to hear.
We'll give you some antibiotics which should control the infection
and help reduce the, erm...
Make you feel more comfortable.
So, is this it then?
I mean, are we talking weeks, days...
a couple of minutes?
Let's see how we do with the antibiotics.
I don't suppose this will make any difference to my daughter.
I'll talk to her. Make her understand.
Not such a good idea.
She's under a lot of pressure today, particularly with Emma being...
What? Emma's here?
I think we should concentrate on your care for now.
If Emma's here... Jac!
I want to see her.
-What is it?
All right, I know bad news when I see it. What's the SP?
His tibia and ligaments are damaged.
-What does that mean?
-It's all right, Andre.
Six weeks on crutches, bit of physio.
You could still be fit for the middle of next season. Right, Doc?
It could end his career.
I have to play! Nicky, tell them!
I want a second opinion.
You can, but it won't do any good, I'm afraid.
This'll ruin him. He doesn't know anything else.
He was scouted at 14.
Football's his life.
I'm sorry, we've done all we can.
Ortho will take it from here, repair the tibia. I'm sorry.
-Feeling all right?
-Effie, I need an admission to ortho.
I think we should wait a minute. Hang on.
Didn't you say the pulse was weak?
You haven't had the CT results back yet.
Yeah, the X-ray's conclusive. Nothing Ortho can't handle.
Besides which, there's no point in him taking up a bed.
Harry, you would not be the first doctor to rush their results.
Double-check everything. Try and go deeper.
Give me a clue. Am I making this call or what?
-Fine. We wait.
Don't forget tonight, best bib and tucker,
I don't want anyone letting the side down.
-And no deserters.
Talking of which,
has Jesse mentioned anything about this mystery woman?
No, not a word. No.
It's just that his taste in women can be as bad as his taste in cars.
-Well, maybe not this time.
-What, you know something?
No, no. It's a conclusion based on logic. He's only just met her,
-ergo, there's no evidence either way.
It's just that Jesse once dated a patient.
He got in deep, he lost his job, it ruined his life,
and I don't want anything like that happening again, OK?
You still feeling rough from last week?
I thought you'd have shaken it off by now.
You know what it's like.
You get rid of one lurgy, pick up another.
And I haven't had my chocolate fix yet.
Ah, low blood-sugar levels. What you need is a banana.
Slow energy release.
I'll think about it.
I knew it! This is too much!
I know I asked you to observe Harry,
but if he starts relying on you too much...
He's not doing any harm.
-Maybe this would be a good time to tell people about the baby.
It would take the pressure off of you.
All the pressure's coming from YOU,
bouncing around the ward like you've won the lottery.
I'm not. OK, maybe a little bit.
But do you know what happened this week?
Our child officially became
an embryo, who is this big.
And definitely making their presence felt.
I've been trying to picture what they'll look like when they're born.
Brown eyes, or green.
Definitely dark hair.
I'm so proud of you.
I love you so much.
I love you too.
The results of the angiogram showed up blocked arteries.
Definitely not going to make the wedding then, am I?
It's unlikely. Ms Naylor wants to operate later this afternoon.
You should let your family know what's going on though.
-I could give Barry and Liz a call now, if you wanted?
Barry is such a worrier, and Liz...
she's always in meetings. Runs her own company.
I thought she was a teacher.
She was. Does consultancy work for schools now.
Ah, we will still need a next-of-kin on the consent form
if that's all right, then we can get you prepped for theatre.
Jac, I'm so sorry about earlier on. I wasn't thinking.
She was bound to find out at some point.
Mrs Sagar's consent form.
Look, this could go either way, so can you get her family in?
Is that going to be a problem?
Well, I don't know.
I mean, I expected her to be heartbroken
about missing Barry's big day, but she doesn't seem that bothered.
Maybe she doesn't like wedding cake.
Have you sorted out childcare for Emma yet?
Adele's my last resort.
I wonder if I could make amends somehow.
Really, it's not necessary.
No, I mean, I could take care of Emma while you're in theatre.
I couldn't ask you to do that.
It would be wonderful. It'll only be for a couple of hours.
-All right, let's do it.
-Great, good. Me and Emma will have a lovely time.
OK, Emma has a feed at five o'clock.
If she gets a bit grizzly then it's the yellow blanket, silky side up.
She likes the feel of it against her cheek.
Are you OK? I can get someone else.
No, I'm fine. Silky side up.
If she doesn't want to take a nap,
then you could always try singing the Gigglebiz theme tune.
Na-na-na-na, Ho-ho-ho. OK?
Na-na-na-na-na-na, Gigglebiz Na-na-na-na...
Is it ho-ho-ho?
What's your conclusion?
The tibial plateau fracture has damaged the popliteal artery,
increasing the risk of ischemia.
Right, well, let's get him into theatre ASAP.
If anyone else is booked in, we'll bump them.
Andre could lose his leg if we don't get our backsides into gear.
THIS is a good spot, Harry.
Cheers. But it was medicine 101, really. Check everything.
Look below the surface. Details.
Right, let's talk about how we're going to play it.
It's going to be a two-hander between us and Ortho.
So, Maria, what's the big news in...molluscs?
Er, well... erm... Cuttlefish are intriguing everyone.
They have great spatial memory
and they're even known to indulge in a bit of cross-dressing.
Whoa, you're kidding!
It's a trick they do when they're, erm...
Dad! I completely forgot, I brought you a present.
It's all fresh from the sea.
Oh, leave it over there.
Right, actually...er... can't keep that on the ward.
It's health and safety.
I am such a moron, I didn't think.
-I'll... I'll put it in the car.
How do I get out again?
All right, I can show you.
OK, so, it is left through the doors, then you just take a right.
Er, left...left, right.
-Left, right, it's never gone in.
The number of times I get lost...
Right. Well, it didn't stop you getting a first, did it?
Dad been bending your ear? He should take most of the credit.
He worked his socks off to get me through uni.
He doesn't know when to stop though.
I did get that distinct impression.
He's asked you to take me out, hasn't he?
He did. Don't worry, I refused.
No, no, no. It's not that I wouldn't want to, ordinarily,
because you're very, very...
No, it's hospital rules, like the rules of nature, similar to them.
It's in a cool bag so it's not going to do any harm, take it back.
-Yeah, it's cool, don't worry about it.
Smooth. Why didn't you ask her out?
And in any case, I don't really have time for that sort of thing.
Arthur, you're becoming very stuffy. You definitely need...a love life.
Like you, you mean?
What is that supposed to mean?
Nice and easy.
No slip-ups now, or Ms Teo will be on your case.
And there's the clot.
Would you like to perform the arteriotomy?
Pott scissors, please. Cheers.
If he ever wins the Golden Boot Award,
I hope he remembers you in his acceptance speech.
Never forget how much Mummy and Daddy love you.
Because you're precious to them, aren't you?
And whatever happens, I will always be there for you, Emma,
because you're precious to me too.
Yes. Would you like a little snoozle?
I could do with a snoozle myself.
When Martha and James were small,
they used to like long car journeys...
Something about the hum of the engine...
We could go to the park, couldn't we?
Fresh air would do us...
I need to... I won't be a minute.
I'll... I'll... I'll be right back.
I've done my bit. It's up to Ortho now.
It's coffee time.
He's still your patient.
You can take a break once you've discharged him.
Amy, there is a difference between being thorough and obsessive.
I've done all I can for him.
A fit young man crashes his car. His tox screens are clear.
His blood alcohol is zero.
Maybe he was looking at his mobile and he took his eye off the road.
I don't know. Where's the mystery? It happens all the time.
You haven't learned a thing.
Amy, what is wrong with you today?! You're moody, you're on my back,
you look as though you're going to puke half the time.
I just want you to pass your assessment. And move on.
Oh. Why didn't you tell me?
Tell you what?
IVF. You doing another cycle?
Just concentrate on treating Andre, all right?
Everything else - it's none of your business.
So how much do you know?
About you and Jesse? Enough.
It's not like it's the romance of the century.
So it's just physical?
You like him?
-Can I plead the fifth?
-We do not have a constitution.
You're so literal!
Yes, I like him.
Isn't that a bit weird,
just because you've known Jesse since you were a child?
No. It feels right, actually.
I can be myself round him.
-But if Dad finds out...
-So we're not going to tell him, are we?
Good. I know what I'm doing.
I'm so sorry, Emma.
I didn't think I'd be so long, but I'm all right now.
AAU? Yes, speaking.
Don't call here again.
Erm, just gobby sales rep.
Could you take a look at Andre?
He keeps saying that he's hungry and thirsty.
Nurse Harrison, he seems very agitated.
How long has he been like this?
Since the op.
That's very unusual. Harry, increased appetite and thirst.
It's normal. When I was his age,
I could eat for England and still wear skinny jeans.
No, no, no. Remember what we said. Check everything.
Is there something in his medical history which might explain it?
Amy, I took a full drugs history.
He's a healthy 22-year-old who's just had an op.
We might be missing something.
There's no need to go all Miss Marple on me. He's fine.
If his condition changes, you know where I am.
Jonny, I thought we had an understanding,
-that I'd got through to you.
Emma. I told you to be patient, play things by the book.
-And I took your advice.
-So then why did you take her?
She was in the boardroom. When I got back...
Jonny, if you have taken her in some misguided...
She's missing? Is she missing?!
-Elliot! Where is my daughter?!
-She's wasn't in... In...
I've told you, I've got nothing to say. Stop calling me!
I let you down... Pardonnez-moi
Andre, do you know where you are?
I have to play. If there's no money, there's no school.
I'll get someone to try and find your doctor. Nurse Harrison?
Sit back now, try and relax.
No! Everybody needs me. I failed them. Where's Nicky?
Andre, no-one is angry with you,
but you need to tell me what you've taken.
Is it drugs, or steroids?
No drugs... Never.
Go and page Harry quickly.
Andre, just tell me what you've taken.
Let's take her off bypass. Start ventilating, please.
Can I help you?
She's in VF. Charge to 20.
No, nothing. Again! Put her back on bypass.
Somebody get her family here now!
So, you asked that girl out yet?
-No, I've blown it.
And I wouldn't know where to take her anyway.
Are you joking? That is a complete minefield.
If it's posh, then she'll think I'm moving too quickly, if it's budget then I'm a cheapskate.
-What if my leg touches hers?
Do I move it away and risk her feeling rejected?
Or - keep it in the same place?
In which case, am I leading her on?
Look, as long as it's not something dull like a museum
-or an art gallery.
-Whoa! That's it.
There's a retrospective on Ruth Turner at the museum.
Ah, Ruth Turner.
Yeah. She's a famous marine biologist. Maria's going to love that.
Ah, sounds like a fun night out.
So...this princess type, this shorty. What's the deal-io there?
What's the low-down?
Look, this is between me and you, yeah?
Rules of Fight Club and all that?
Sure, sure. You can trust me, totally, yeah.
Me and Zosia.
Don't tell her I told you.
No, erm. So is it serious?
It's early days.
OK, and erm...if Guy finds out.
OK. I'm just thinking, if you're not at this...
pub thing tonight, then,
yeah, I don't think he's really going to let up.
And, yeah, I think that's going to make life difficult
for all of us now, isn't it?
His breathing is getting worse.
Page Doctor Tressler again and get me salbutamol -
we need to open his airways.
-I have to train...
-I know you've taken something.
I'm too hot...
Lipodystrophy... Are you taking any medication?
These marks are caused as a result of repeated injections, Andre.
Tell me what you've taken.
Je n'ai pas besoin de vous. Laissez-moi.
Forget the salbutamol.
He's using insulin and his potassium levels have plummeted.
We need epinephrine.
Yeah, can we fast-bleep Doctor Tressler, please?
Andre, the doctor will be with you very soon.
-What's all the fuss?
-It's Andre. Amy asked for salbutamol.
Can I have some help over here, please?
All right, mate.
-Je dois jouer.
-OK, easy does it.
-Je dois jouer.
I'm going to give you something to help with your breathing, all right? Are you on any other medication?
All right, I'm going to give you 5mg of salbutamol,
help ease your chest.
OK, all right.
Breath nice and deeply, OK?
Slowly and deeply. That's it.
-He's tachycardic - what happened?
-I only gave him 5mg.
-Ephinephrine shouldn't have this reaction.
-No signs of bleeding.
BP's rising - how much epinephrine did you give him?
Nothing, I gave him salbutamol.
But he's diabetic...
-We need a potassium chloride infusion right now.
-He must have injected himself.
-Hang on, you knew he was on insulin?
Only just now when I saw these marks.
Why didn't you see them, Harry? Administer metoprolol intravenously.
We need to slow down his heart rate. Quick.
Wait. Just wait right there!
Steady on, mate.
I'm sorry. My daughter's missing. I'm sorry.
Any luck? I'll try the car park.
What the hell happened, Elliot? How could you have left her?
I felt unwell, just for a minute. I didn't think...
I never dreamt that someone might take her.
We treat all kinds of scum in this place -
paedophiles, drunks, wasters.
What if one of them has my wee girl?
I've called security, they'll be here soon. Porters and nurses are looking out too.
You know, if you were feeling too unwell to look after Emma,
then you should have said so.
It came out of nowhere.
I'll never forgive myself.
Oh, man! Where did you find her?
She was in the boardroom - the door was left wide open -
she was all on her own.
I tried calling you but I kept getting your voicemail.
That's my fault. I owe you one, man.
Thank you, Adele.
Over to you, Daddio.
I don't think that would be wise.
Says the man that just lost my daughter.
Jonny, they could use it against you in the hearing...
you'd be leaving yourself vulnerable.
Maybe you could take her to the staff room?
I suppose I can look after her until Jac gets back.
A baby can't cry for ever. Can it?
Right, you'll need her yellow blanket.
-And you put it silky side up.
And then if that doesn't work, then you...
You know what, to hell with this.
Jonny. Don't do this, not now you're so close.
-Come on, Emma, Daddy's got you. You're safe now.
What have you lot done to him?
He only came in here with a broken leg.
Andre's diabetic. It seems he's overdosed on insulin.
Whoa, hold on. What are you talking about? He doesn't have diabetes.
-We're assuming Type 1.
-He was checked by the club doctors.
If he was diabetic, it'd be on his notes.
So why's he walking around with needles and medication?
I didn't know anything about it.
Are you sure?
-I know what I know.
-Where are you going? You can't leave him?
I'm doing my job - looking after his interests.
If you've messed up it could cost him millions.
-And someone's going to pay.
-Worried about your 10%?
You know nothing about it.
There's a lot of people who rely on him.
All those freeloaders, how will they cope?
I meant his mother and his sisters.
What's happened to the lad?
Swab and iodine, please, Lisa.
Ah, I asked Zosia to join us. It's your first carpal tunnel, isn't it?
-Don't worry, Mr Timmins, as soon as the anaesthetic kicks in
you won't feel a thing.
Oh, Jesse, yes, I'm so glad you saw sense
and decided to join us tonight.
Yes, well, you know,
free food, booze - what's not to love?
You could still bring your girl along, meet the gang.
-No, it's not really her thing.
-Oh, fleeting dalliance, is it?
I really don't think Mr Timmins wants to hear about my private life.
Just try and relax. It's normal to be nervous before an operation,
but you're in good hands.
-OK, hold everything.
He's going into anaphylactic shock.
-1mg adrenaline, please.
OK, 100mg of hydrocortisone
and 10mg of chloropheniramine.
Run allergen tests - find out what's causing this reaction.
Make sure we look into mast cell tryptase.
I'll... I'll talk to Maria.
Do you think he'll sue?
You've met his advisor... pound signs in his eyes.
What about my assessment?
This'll go on your e-portfolio. Your assessors will see it.
What do you think's going to happen?
If Amy hadn't been on the ball, that kid could have died.
What happened back there?
But there will be an inquiry, and you'd better have some answers then.
Did he eat before the op?
So it is the anaesthetic?
Yes... No. Because he fell ill before Mr Self injected him.
It can't be the antibiotics.
Does your father eat a lot of seafood?
Yeah, loads. Or at least I thought he did,
he used to.
It's the iodine. Iodine contains fish extracts.
So you're saying he's allergic to shellfish?
Yes, it would explain the rash on his hand.
What kind of person self-medicates with insulin
when they don't need it?
Bodybuilders used to inject it to bulk up.
Ruining your health for the price of a flash car.
Andre's family rely on him.
He's been sending money home as far as I know.
So to keep everyone sweet, you end up sacrificing yourself?
He was making the best of a bad situation.
Maybe he thinks it'll be worth it.
Well, not for my career, it isn't.
Raf has been waiting for the chance to stick the boot in.
No, he rates you. Really.
Could have fooled me.
No output. Time of death for Elizabeth Sagar 18:30. Agreed?
OK, finish up. Let's inform the family.
Can you say hello, princess?
That's right. Can you say hello?
You should be in bed.
No, I should be here...with Emma.
Can I at least hold her?
I'm already violating a million legal rules just by having her here,
let alone giving her to you.
This isn't helping. Let's get you back.
What difference would it make now?
I'm sorry. Jac would...
Andre is going to be OK.
-Let's hope so.
-Did Harry say anything?
If he admitted his mistake, it wouldn't be the end of the world.
He'd have to repeat his assessment, but that's all.
We'd have the pleasure of his company for a bit longer.
Is there nothing you can do, Raf?
It's out of my hands.
I'm afraid the antibiotics aren't working as we'd hoped.
Do you know I never wanted to grow old...
until Emma came along.
We've found you a nice room, secluded.
I'd prefer to be at home.
Is there anyone I can call?
Will it hurt?
Or am I just going to...
slip away while I'm sleeping?
We'll talk about your options for pain relief.
And we'll make sure you're not alone.
-Jonny, don't go through with this.
-It's the right thing to do.
Hello, beautiful girl.
You've no idea what this means. Hello.
Take a photo.
Adele, can you arrange for Mrs Sagar's family
to come and see me, please?
Did she die?
Yes. Their details will be on the consent forms.
-Aw... I really liked her.
-Well, everyone dies.
You're so beautiful, aren't you?
You know what, I've had enough of you today, so if you don't mind...
Harry, I'm trying...
I cannot believe I'm getting the blame for this.
-I don't know why you're stressing about this, you still have a career.
And where were you when it was all kicking off?
You said you were going to keep an eye on him.
I had an emergency.
Well, as long as you're all right.
With someone responsible. Mrs Sagar's son, daughter...?
How long does it take to make a phone call?
-Sorry, can't help you.
-Fine, give me their details and I'll call them.
Feel free. I might not be a doctor,
but I know you can't call someone that doesn't exist.
What are you talking about?
Mrs Sagar's kids - Barry and Lizzie? They're made up.
Adele, I think you're mistaken.
Yeah, she's been in a few times, I know all about Barry.
He's into golf and Game Of Thrones...
Her daughter's a secretary - that's her family.
No, no, she's a teacher.
She runs her own educational consultancy company.
Part-time model too, is she?
And this is what happens when you dial her son.
'You've reached Holby City Library. Press one for opening hours...
-'Two for book renewal...'
-I could have sworn I'd met that guy.
She lived in a complete fantasy world.
GP referred her to psych for...
And there was me thinking she was the perfect mum.
No such thing.
Why did you lie, Andre?
Using insulin when you're not diabetic is so dangerous.
You could have died.
A man back home, my first coach,
he said it would make me stronger.
A scout was coming from France...
and it was between me and another boy -
he was faster and bigger.
So you started taking insulin.
The scout chose me.
I'm here, the other guy's still in Abidjan.
It's admirable that you want to send money home to your family...
Why? Everybody does it. You work abroad, and you send money.
A couple of magazines, drinks, cakes from that shop you like.
Andre needs rest.
Andre, listen, I can turn this around.
I've lined up interviews on radio, back pages.
Still exploiting him even when he's down.
Can I talk to you a second, please?
How do you think his family are going to survive
if he stops sending money home?
Yeah, I benefit from the deals.
But Andre makes a lot of money.
And wishy-washy sympathy
is not going to put his sister through university.
Oh, yeah, she's got a place over here - LSE.
-Going to cost him a fortune.
I've got to take this, mate. Dude, this week?
Nicky's a good businessman. I make money and everybody's happy.
You think it's all right to sacrifice yourself
to keep other people happy?
If you get something out of it too, why not?
Are you OK? You look like death.
I don't meant to be rude, but...
It's fine. New job.
Tired. Stressed. You know how it is.
Yeah. Definitely got that T-shirt.
So the thing is...
Erm, have I done something to upset a patient?
No, nothing like that.
It's just I've had a phone call from a journalist about you today.
Or rather, about your grandad.
What did you say?
That I never discuss staff with the press.
Can you tell me about it?
There's not much to say.
It's all a bit of a mess, really.
They're exposing him as a Nazi.
It's just so surreal.
And you've only just found out?
It's been a couple of weeks.
I just can't get my head around it.
Listen, here's my number.
Call me if you need to.
Take a few days off,
and when you get back we'll work out how to deal with this.
Allergic to shellfish?
Yeah, iodine can often contain shellfish products
and fishworkers can become allergic to shellfish.
We had your IgE results back from the lab -
they suggest you have an allergy.
So the rash is...
Well, that's good work, Doctor Digby.
You had me worried for a moment.
Oh, come on, eh?
Your old man's as strong as an ox.
But things are going to change.
How do you mean?
You need to start looking after yourself.
You're going to have to give up the business.
Nah, impossible. How will we manage?
You'll be fine, eh? And I'll be fine.
I'm a fully qualified marine biologist. The world is my oyster.
-So to speak!
-It's not right. My job is to provide for you.
Do you know how many times
I've come down in the morning, to find you asleep on the sofa,
TV still on, dinner half-eaten?
I work long days.
You deserve better.
You're my whole world, you know that, don't you?
Now you're going to expand your horizons...
and I'm going to be a proper grown-up.
What were you thinking, letting that woman hold our child?
At least I knew she was safe.
What do you mean?
Elliot lost her.
Temporarily. But it was just a misunderstanding.
You should have come and got me, immediately.
And don't go blaming Elliot for this. He was unwell.
-This is down to you.
-Oh, what a surprise.
You brought Emma to work without any childcare in place.
You could have taken the day off, stayed at home.
And that justifies you breaking the law?
The woman is dying, Jac, all right!
Those four walls back there - that's all she has.
She is completely alone in this.
Well, I hope you enjoyed your moment.
You broke a legal order - that shows you can't be trusted.
-can't be trusted?
You're the one who can't hold on to a nanny for more than two minutes.
You prioritise your work over her care.
And today she was left alone unsupervised
on your watch.
So you're going to use this against me?
It'll break Elliot's heart.
Whatever it takes, Jac.
-KNOCK ON DOOR
Ms Campbell, it's about Andre Hassan, the patient on AAU.
I was expecting Dr Tressler at ten, not you at half nine.
I thought I'd come and tell you what happened now.
-Save everyone's time.
I administered the salbutamol to Andre.
-To open his airways. I didn't know he was abusing insulin.
Where was Doctor Tressler? Andre's his patient, not yours.
Called to an emergency.
Ms Campbell, I will have a full report on your desk
by tomorrow morning.
I'll have to pursue this formally, I'm afraid.
Your dad's been like a bloodhound all day
trying to find out who I'm seeing.
This way he'll be off my back, and yours.
Well, I'm very disappointed. At least you can make it up to me.
Digby, have you seen Jesse?
I don't know if we're taking his car or mine.
Oh, Mr Self. Guy Self. Sir. Here on this ward.
Now. What a surprise. Well, I was just wondering actually
if you wouldn't mind taking a look at these notes, erm...
It's an interesting case.
Anosmia. I wonder if it might be Foster Kennedy Syndrome.
What? No, it's more likely to be just a cold, isn't it?
Yes. Actually, a cold. Very good.
Yeah, I'll start with 10mg of diazepam
and then take it from there, OK.
Yep, no problem.
J, are you going to pick me up first, and then young Frank?
Yes, I'll be picking you up after work,
but I'm afraid me laddo here's ducking out
because he's on a promise.
It's not a promise. In fact, it's not anything, it's...
-You dark horse.
So we shouldn't stand in the way of love - or lust.
OK, well enjoy your evening,
-but next time we're out on the town - you'd better be there.
Now's your chance.
So, with your father still here,
I was just... I guess you're at a loose end tonight?
No, not really.
There's this... Don't laugh...
retrospective at the museum.
-Whoa. Ruth Turner?
-You know about her?
She's my big girl crush.
One of the greatest malacologists of all times.
-Her work still lives on.
Funnily enough, I was thinking of...moseying on down there myself.
Maybe I'll see you there.
Or... Or...we could go together.
Like... Like a... Like a... Like a date.
Oh, I... I would love to.
Well, we should get some food beforehand or something.
Well, I should warn you,
I get nervous in restaurants.
You see, food, it has so much meaning,
you know, culturally, and emotionally.
One wrong dish and the evening's a disaster.
Right, yes. OK, so is a roast chicken
a signifier that you're boring, or is it, in fact,
-an indication of traditional values?
-You get it...
-I get it.
-I'll see you in a bit. I've got to...
I heard what you did.
You're off the hook, just be grateful.
Why did you lie?
No point in having a black mark on your career this early.
And I said I'd help you pass your assessment.
Depends on your point of view.
Sure there's nothing else?
I don't know - maybe you've finally been bowled over by my charm.
I'm clearing up your mess.
-Let's leave it at that.
-I thought you were giving me extra tuition -
I didn't expect you to take a bullet for me.
The sooner you pass your assessment...
the better it is for both of us.
You're willing to ruin your career just to see the back of me?
I want my life back.
Mr Hope, are you OK? Do you want to sit down?
No, no. I'm fine. Thank you. Thank you.
I tried to help... But I've just made everything worse.
Look, everyone's a genius with hindsight.
You did your best.
It's nothing personal against you.
You know they think the world of you. We all do.
It'll blow over.
And as long as you take care of yourself, OK?
Amy's professionalism is stretched to the limit when she helps Harry with a tricky case. She makes a brilliant medical diagnosis but in order to ensure Harry passes his assessment and moves on from AAU, she makes a painful decision. Jac brings Emma into work and Jonny struggles to keep his distance from his daughter. But when Elliot offers to look after Emma with disastrous consequences, Jonny takes control of the situation and jeopardises his custody chances. Jesse and Zosia's romance is in full flow and Arthur watches from the side-lines. But when a cockle picker with an allergic reaction is admitted, Arthur finds his own love match in crustacean-loving marine biologist Maria.