Episode 5 (JTR=1) (the brief brief summary - longer version to come)
Bill Crowther is brought in by ambulance after collapsing in a school playground.
The phones are out of order in A&E.
Jack hands the administration of the A&E budget over to Christine. "The A&E purse is all yours. Don't spend it all at once." Jack also informs Christine that Andrew Argyle will be returning to A&E full-time.
Christine instructs Stuart, who is managing Bill Crowther, not to give the patient TPA for his heart condition. Mr Crowther doesn't fit the guidelines for the drug, as he is too old.
Mrs Crowther arrives to see her husband. She has Parkinson's disease. Mrs Crowther wants to phone her son, Craig, but Mr Crowther won't allow it.
Jack runs into Christine in the corridor and asks her to lunch. Christine says she doesn't have time for lunch but to 'give me a ring.' Jack scratches his head and mutters, "Right. No phones."
Robert and Christine clash over the use of TPA for Mr Crowther whose condition has worsened.
In the lift, Raz tells Jack that Robert has it in for Christine. "Hm, trouble in paradise?" asks Jack.
Kate has been moonlighting at a private A&E in the evenings. A patient she has seen there comes in to St Victor's and recognises her, but he is using a different name. When Kate refuses to give him more drugs, he threatens her. "If I get chucked out, you're coming with me."
Craig Crowther has been called at Robert's insistance and arrives to see his father. The conversation between father and son is strained.
Kate confronts the man with the dual identity, calling him a con man, and Robert becomes involved.
Mike deals with a patient in the final stages of a gender change.
Jack asks Christine if she would like a drink after work. This time she agrees.
Craig has a heart to heart with Robert about his relationship with his father.
Over dinner, Jack asks Christine if she thinks their two departments should have a closer relationship.
Christine: It could be risky.
Jack: Could be, could be. Could be interesting.
Christine: How would it work?
Jack: Well, it would obviously have to be done very sensitively.
Christine: And you're the man for the job? Our departments are very different. A&E tries to stabilise. Trauma's there for a quick fix.
Jack: No, no, no, no. I'd want more, wouldn't you? I mean, I think we both would, wouldn't we?
Waitress: Are you ready to order?
Christine: I know what I want. I think we both want the same thing.
Robert sits in his office and tries to phone Christine but only gets her voice-mail.
Written by: Vicky Cleaver and Rachel Gretton
Produced by: Pamela Wilson
Directed by: Mary McMurray
Robert Kingsford ... Martin Shaw
Christine Fletcher ... Niamh Cusack
Jack Turner ... Michael Kitchen
Sam Docherty ... Jane Danson
Terry Harker ... Connor McIntyre
Judy Enshaw ... Katie McEwen
Stuart Phelan ... Paul Warriner
Mike Gregson ... David Harewood
Cathy Jordan ... Jane Slavin
David Scobie ... David Partridge
Kate Brady ... Tamzin Malleson
Raz Amin ... Silas Carson
Yvonne ... Kim Vithana
Steve Moore ... John Lloyd Fillingham