Casualty series 33 episode 24- Review

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This weeks episode continued on from last weeks we see Connie struggling to breathe after her very severe beating. We see that Lilley Maxwell isnt far from away from where a lifeless Connie lay. Louise is talking to Lilley when she hears Connie chocking and finds her unconscious on the stairs. Connie is rushed into the ED where she is taken care of by Dylan she is brusied and cut but most of her injuries are fine however she is clealry shaken by what has happened


Lousie is still struggling after loosing ernest and sets her attentions onto attacked Connie. when she finds blood on Lilley maxwells shoes she decides that it must have been Lilley who attacked Connie. Louise accuses Lilley and she gets rather annoyed for it to turn out Lilley is on footage at the time of the attack meaning it cant have been her. Louise ecides she has had enough of trying to keep her head aobve water and hands charlie her resignation.

WARNING: Embargoed for publication until 00:00:01 on 12/02/2019 – Programme Name: Casualty – Series 33 – TX: 16/02/2019 – Episode: Casualty – Series 33 – Ep24 (No. 24) – Picture Shows: Louise Tyler (AZUKA OFORKA) – (C) BBC – Photographer: n/a

Ian attends a therapy session however series through he decides to leave and goes to work. him and ruby see a patient who despite knowing he is allergic eats blue cheese however in the same home is Ians mom. At the end of the episode Ian goes to see his mom however when he opns up to her she tells him that she doesnt care.

WARNING: Embargoed for publication until 00:00:01 on 12/02/2019 – Programme Name: Casualty – Series 33 – TX: 16/02/2019 – Episode: Casualty – Series 33 – Ep24 (No. 24) – Picture Shows: Iain Dean (MICHAEL STEPHENSON) – (C) BBC – Photographer: n/a

Marty and Dylan deal with a COPD patient who has been given a short prognosis the patient refuses to use a machine that could potentially prolong his life. He however is persuaded by the woman who he had attempted to dump earlier on and eventually accepts the treatment.


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