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Series 3 (Casualty) was the third series of Casualty and aired between 9 September and 4 November 1988.
|Episode #||Series #||Episode||Director||Writer(s)||Original airdate|
|31||1||Welcome to Casualty||Michael Owen Morris||David Ashton||9 September 1988|
|It's straight in the deep end for new faces David Rowe, who has to give some despairing news, and Valerie Sinclair, who has a difficult first meeting with Ewart.|
|32||2||Desperate Odds||Graham Theakston||Ginnie Hole||16 September 1988|
|A social worker is assaulted while investigating the abuse of a child, David mis-diagnoses a pickpocket and Duffy can't tell anyone why she's moody and withdrawn.|
|33||3||Drake's Drum||Keith Washington||Keith Dewhurst||23 September 1988|
|A gay vicar giving himself a false name arrives at A&E while one of his parishioners is brought in with a rare disorder that requires an operation.|
|34||4||Absolution||Jeremy Silberston||Wally Daly||30 September 1988|
|David and Charlie argue over patient confidentiality and a Priest refuses to reveal information after a suicide attempt in his church. Duffy discloses the cause of her grief.|
|35||5||Burn Out||Michael Owen Morris||Jeremy Brock||7 October 1988|
|The team have to deal with a young pregnant squatter, Megan's friend suffering from septic-shock after plastic surgery and a staff emergency in the newly-saved Observation Ward.|
|36||6||A Quiet Night||Graham Theakston||David Ashton||14 October 1988|
|Megan is back at work and Valerie is shadowing the night shift but for Cyril and David the fun of ashtray hockey is soon forgotten when they are called out to a collision of two school minibuses, each packed with pupils.|
|37||7||A Wing And A Prayer||Michael Owen Morris||Ginnie Hole||19 October 1988|
|There is no bed available for an elderly stroke victim brought to A&E and a foreign worker is brought in with hallucinations and a cut to his face.|
|38||8||Living Memories||Keith Washington||Sam Snape||21 October 1988|
|Valerie is doing a customer survey but the staff have to deal with 16-year-old hit and run victim, a 7-year-old with breathing difficulties and a giant, drunk rabbit.|
|39||9||Inferno||Keith Washington||Ginnie Hole||28 October 1988|
|Megan wants to resign, Kuba faces the sack and Valerie tells Charlie to make savings in the department. Meanwhile, it's Bonfire Night and they face burns victims, suicide and a young girl with meningitis.|
|40||10||Caring||Tim Dowd||Jeremy Brock||4 November 1988|
|Among the patients are an arthritic suffering from hemotemosis - side-effects from a drug prescribed by his GP; an old lady with scalding and a homeless punk with a chest infection. The staff find time for a wheelchair race and Charlie manages to ask Valerie out.|
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