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In Autumn 1993, clinical nurse specialist Ken Hodges took a romantic interest in Charlie, and upon realising that Charlie didn't feel the same way, told him they shouldn't be friends anymore. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Good Friends]]") Charlie was upset by this. A few weeks later, Charlie was ordered to tell Ken he no longer had a job, something he found hard to do. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Kill or Cure]]") Charlie was later left upset when his close friend Duffy chose to quit the department. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[The Good Life (series 8)|The Good Life]]") At Christmas, Charlie was still missing Duffy which caused him to be short-tempered. However, Charlie later relied on porter [[Frankie Drummer]]'s quick actions to save his life with the Heimlich manoeuvre when he started to choke on a piece of bread. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Comfort and Joy]]") On his 40th birthday in February 1994, Charlie turned up to work out of uniform and threatened to resign. He was also left questioning why he entered the nursing career and even wrote a letter of resignation, only to throw it away after. Shortly after, he was given more self-confidence after he was able to get a gun off a suicidal man in the ED who had caused the department to be evacuated. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Hidden Agendas]]")
 
In Autumn 1993, clinical nurse specialist Ken Hodges took a romantic interest in Charlie, and upon realising that Charlie didn't feel the same way, told him they shouldn't be friends anymore. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Good Friends]]") Charlie was upset by this. A few weeks later, Charlie was ordered to tell Ken he no longer had a job, something he found hard to do. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Kill or Cure]]") Charlie was later left upset when his close friend Duffy chose to quit the department. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[The Good Life (series 8)|The Good Life]]") At Christmas, Charlie was still missing Duffy which caused him to be short-tempered. However, Charlie later relied on porter [[Frankie Drummer]]'s quick actions to save his life with the Heimlich manoeuvre when he started to choke on a piece of bread. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Comfort and Joy]]") On his 40th birthday in February 1994, Charlie turned up to work out of uniform and threatened to resign. He was also left questioning why he entered the nursing career and even wrote a letter of resignation, only to throw it away after. Shortly after, he was given more self-confidence after he was able to get a gun off a suicidal man in the ED who had caused the department to be evacuated. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Hidden Agendas]]")
   
In September 1994, Charlie applied for the Contracts Manager post and learned he had been successful but still turned down the job. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Blood's Thicker]]") The following month, Charlie noticed that Mike was being snappy with the rest of the staff, but he later revealed that his wife had left him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Keeping It in the Family]]") However, on Christmas Eve, Mike was invited to spend Christmas with Rachel, which Charlie witnessed. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Talking Turkey]]") In January 1995, Ash asked Charlie and Mike to be character witnesses in his court case, after he lashed out at a patient who was in possession of a knife, but other people failed to see it. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[End of the Road (series 9)|End of the Road]]") In February, Charlie and Mike attended the court case. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Trials and Tribulations]]") Following this, both Mike and Ash took temporary leave and a locum consultant was hired to fill in for them. However, to Charlie's surprise, it was his former lover, Baz, who left the department almost 9 years ago and had remarried. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Branded]]") Charlie later confided in [[Kate Wilson|Kate]] about his history with Baz. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Exiles]]") In March, Charlie agreed to join Baz and her husband Peter for dinner. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Not Waving but Drowning (series 9)|Not Waving but Drowning]]") When Charlie turned up, he was annoyed to discover that Baz had actually invited him to a large dinner party. However, Charlie took Baz back to his place instead of the party and they kissed. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Duty of Care (series 9)|Duty of Care]]")
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In September 1994, Charlie applied for the Contracts Manager post and learned he had been successful but still turned down the job. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Blood's Thicker]]") The following month, Charlie noticed that Mike was being snappy with the rest of the staff, but he later revealed that his wife had left him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Keeping it in the Family]]") However, on Christmas Eve, Mike was invited to spend Christmas with Rachel, which Charlie witnessed. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Talking Turkey]]") In January 1995, Ash asked Charlie and Mike to be character witnesses in his court case, after he lashed out at a patient who was in possession of a knife, but other people failed to see it. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[End of the Road (series 9)|End of the Road]]") In February, Charlie and Mike attended the court case. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Trials and Tribulations]]") Following this, both Mike and Ash took temporary leave and a locum consultant was hired to fill in for them. However, to Charlie's surprise, it was his former lover, Baz, who left the department almost 9 years ago and had remarried. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Branded]]") Charlie later confided in [[Kate Wilson|Kate]] about his history with Baz. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Exiles]]") In March, Charlie agreed to join Baz and her husband Peter for dinner. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Not Waving but Drowning (series 9)|Not Waving but Drowning]]") When Charlie turned up, he was annoyed to discover that Baz had actually invited him to a large dinner party. However, Charlie took Baz back to his place instead of the party and they kissed. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Duty of Care (series 9)|Duty of Care]]")
   
 
Later that year, Mike returned to the department, with his marriage over for good and Baz continued having an affair with Charlie. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Family Values]]") He was later left feeling guilty when he met Peter, Baz's husband, and liked him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Sacrifice]]") Nevertheless, Charlie was annoyed to witness Baz and Peter enjoying an anniversary meal. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Halfway House]]") In October, Charlie later tried to end the affair with Baz, but she took him back to her flat and seduced him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Turning Point]]") He called things off with her again when she cancelled a date to see Peter's mother. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Battling On]]") However, in November Baz told Charlie that she had left Peter. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Release]]") Charlie later attended a ball with his new romance Zoe, along with Baz and Peter. That night, Baz also discovered that she was pregnant and said that she was leaving Peter. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Lost Boys]]") In January 1996, Baz told Charlie that she was pregnant and that he was the father, much to his shock. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Land of Hope]]") After this, Charlie decided enough was enough and prepared to tell Peter about the affair and the pregnancy but Baz told him before Charlie could. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Asking for Miracles]]") Following the wedding of Martin Ashford and Laura Milburn, Baz showed Charlie the first ultrasound of their baby. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Night Moves]]")
 
Later that year, Mike returned to the department, with his marriage over for good and Baz continued having an affair with Charlie. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Family Values]]") He was later left feeling guilty when he met Peter, Baz's husband, and liked him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Sacrifice]]") Nevertheless, Charlie was annoyed to witness Baz and Peter enjoying an anniversary meal. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Halfway House]]") In October, Charlie later tried to end the affair with Baz, but she took him back to her flat and seduced him. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Turning Point]]") He called things off with her again when she cancelled a date to see Peter's mother. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Battling On]]") However, in November Baz told Charlie that she had left Peter. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Release]]") Charlie later attended a ball with his new romance Zoe, along with Baz and Peter. That night, Baz also discovered that she was pregnant and said that she was leaving Peter. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Lost Boys]]") In January 1996, Baz told Charlie that she was pregnant and that he was the father, much to his shock. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Land of Hope]]") After this, Charlie decided enough was enough and prepared to tell Peter about the affair and the pregnancy but Baz told him before Charlie could. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Asking for Miracles]]") Following the wedding of Martin Ashford and Laura Milburn, Baz showed Charlie the first ultrasound of their baby. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: "[[Night Moves]]")
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