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{{EpisodeBoxNew|title = Episode Twenty-Two|number = [[Series 32]]<br>Episode 22|director = Fiona Walton|writer = Michelle Lipton|airdate = 3 February 2018|centric = [[Ethan Hardy|Ethan]]|guests = Gary Wood as Kam Kainth<br>Melanie Walters as Carrie Gillespie<br>Gabrielle Dempsey as Anya Calderwood<br>Mark Lingwood as Mason Calderwood<br>Mandi Symonds as Avis Baxter|previous = [[Episode Twenty-One (series 32)|Episode Twenty-One]]|next = [[Episode Twenty-Three (series 32)|Episode Twenty-Three]]|image = S32E22.jpg}}"'''Episode Twenty-Two'''" is the 1070th episode of ''[[Casualty]]'' and the twenty-second episode of the [[series 32|32nd series]]. It was preceded by "[[Episode Twenty-One (series 32)|Episode Twenty-One]]" and followed by "[[Episode Twenty-Three (series 32)|Episode Twenty-Three]]". The episode was directed by Fiona Walton and written by Michelle Lipton. The episode also features the arrival of F1, [[Bea Kinsella]], played by [[Michelle Fox]].
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|title = Episode 22
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|centric2 = [[Alicia Munroe|Alicia]]
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|centric3 = [[Bea Kinsella|Bea]]
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|centric4 = [[Rashid Masum|Rash]]
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|director = Fiona Walton
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|writer = Michelle Lipton
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|airdate = 3 February 2018
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|guests = Gary Wood as Kam Kainth<br>Melanie Walters as Carrie Gillespie<br>Gabrielle Dempsey as Anya Calderwood<br>Mark Lingwood as Mason Calderwood<br>Mandi Symonds as Avis Baxter
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|previous = [[Episode 1069 (Casualty)|Episode 1069]]
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|next = [[Episode 1071 (Casualty)|Episode 1071]]
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}}The '''22nd episode''' of [[series 32 (Casualty)|series 32]] is the 1070th episode of ''[[Casualty]]'' overall. The episode was directed by Fiona Walton and written by Michelle Lipton. The episode marked the first appearance of [[junior doctor|F1]] [[Bea Kinsella]], portrayed by [[Michelle Fox]].
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
New COO Avis Baxter arrives to find [[Holby]] in chaos. The hospital is at capacity, and a queue of ambulances laden with deteriorating patients is only making matters worse. [[Alicia]] is horrified when [[Ethan]] tows the management line, stating no more locums or nurses will be made available, and when his decisions result in a serious case of sepsis being missed, and breaks the rules to get the patient - an injured chef - into resus. Meanwhile, eager new F1 [[Bea Kinsella|Bea]] faces a trial by fire in the ED after offloading her `uninteresting' patients on old medical school pal [[Rashid Masum|Rash]], and [[Charlie]]'s plans to wine and dine [[Duffy]] on their anniversary fall short of the mark.
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The hospital's new chief operating officer Avis Baxter arrives at the [[emergency department|ED]] to find it in chaos after a red alert is declared. With the hospital already full, lines of ambulances filled with deteriorating patients only worsen the crisis. Despite this, [[Ethan Hardy|Ethan]] decides that hiring locums and nurses is unnecessary, which results in a case of necrotising fasciitis being missed. [[Alicia Munroe|Alicia]], determined to save her patient, is forced to break the rules to get him into [[resus]]. However, when help comes too late and he is put on life support, she starts to become disillusioned with the NHS and vents her frustration on an [[Rage in Resus|anonymous blog]].
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Elsewhere, new junior doctor Bea Kinsella joins the department. She catches up with [[Rashid Masum|Rash]], an old friend from medical school, and decides to offload all of her 'uninteresting' patients onto him. Later, a terminally ill patient's relative overhears her make a callous remark about his condition, prompting them to lodge a complaint against her. Fearing that she will lose her job, she is relieved when it is dropped, and Ethan decides to take over as her clinical supervisor.
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Meanwhile, [[Charlie Fairhead|Charlie]] and [[Lisa "Duffy" Duffin|Duffy]] prepare to celebrate their one-year anniversary as a married couple at an extravagant restaurant. However, after a particularly distressing case, Charlie decides to drop their plans and settles for a quiet evening at home.
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The 22nd episode of series 32 is the 1070th episode of Casualty overall. The episode was directed by Fiona Walton and written by Michelle Lipton. The episode marked the first appearance of F1 Bea Kinsella, portrayed by Michelle Fox.

Synopsis Edit

The hospital's new chief operating officer Avis Baxter arrives at the ED to find it in chaos after a red alert is declared. With the hospital already full, lines of ambulances filled with deteriorating patients only worsen the crisis. Despite this, Ethan decides that hiring locums and nurses is unnecessary, which results in a case of necrotising fasciitis being missed. Alicia, determined to save her patient, is forced to break the rules to get him into resus. However, when help comes too late and he is put on life support, she starts to become disillusioned with the NHS and vents her frustration on an anonymous blog.

Elsewhere, new junior doctor Bea Kinsella joins the department. She catches up with Rash, an old friend from medical school, and decides to offload all of her 'uninteresting' patients onto him. Later, a terminally ill patient's relative overhears her make a callous remark about his condition, prompting them to lodge a complaint against her. Fearing that she will lose her job, she is relieved when it is dropped, and Ethan decides to take over as her clinical supervisor.

Meanwhile, Charlie and Duffy prepare to celebrate their one-year anniversary as a married couple at an extravagant restaurant. However, after a particularly distressing case, Charlie decides to drop their plans and settles for a quiet evening at home.

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