Episode 7 (JTR=3) (a not-so-brief brief summary - longer version to come)
Christine pulls into the car-park at St Victor's in a shiny, new, red Alfa Romeo.
Terry instigates a crutches amnesty to replenish the dwindling stock. He's offering a pound for every pair returned, no questions asked.
Judy is anxious, she's about to sit her advanced life support test.
Sam comments to Christine that she looks well, "New fella?" Stuart counters with, "New car, flash one."
As Jack leaves Robert's office, Christine enters. Jack pulls her aside and asks, "Last night... it wasn't that good?" "Well..." says Christine with a smile. "No, no, do, do help me improve. I need the counselling. Lunch?" Terry interrupts the tete-e-tete, telling Christine she is needed in resus.
Roberts comments on Jack's good mood to Christine. She says she didn't notice.
Two casualties are brought in from a building site accident. Against Terry's advice, Stuart insists on intubating one of the casualties, Ronnie Davidson, without waiting for Raz. The tube goes into the oesophogus and Ronnie arrests. Raz has to re-set the tube. Stuart thinks the patient has been without oxygen for too long.
Concerned that Ronnie's condition may have been worsened by his actions, Stuart confesses to Christine, Jack and Robert that he attempted to tube the man on his own.
Mike attends to Judy's father who is in A&E with a fractured wrist. When Mr Williams says he fell after feeling dizzy, Mike orders some neurological tests.
A teenager, Theresa, is brought in with an ankle injury. Andrew has difficulty dealing with the case as he has to inform the girl that her intended career as a dancer is at an end.
Returning from her exam, Judy sees her father's name on the treatment board. Mr Williams is on his way for a CT scan.
Jack, Robert and Christine look over Ronnie Davidson's brain scans in the office. While there are no obvious signs of damage, Jack queries Stuart's failure to detect a recessive jaw in the patient he attempted to intubate. Christine suggests that nothing be done until they know the patient's outcome. Jack agrees.
Christine congratulates Terry on his amnesty as children begin bringing in pairs of crutches.
Mrs Davidson arrives to see her husband and Stuart takes it on himself to tell her about the dodgy intubation.
Mike gets the results of Judy's dad's scan. The news isn't good. A malignant tumour has been found. Mr and Mrs William's want to go away and have a holiday before it is too late, but Judy convinces them to have the operation now. Robert pulls a few strings and the operation is scheduled that week.
Ronnie's brother-in-law turns up at the hospital and when he hears about Ronnie's problems, he threatens to sue.
Steven Moore is back in the waiting room.
Christine and Jack argue in the corridor. Jack wants to know if it is their first argument. Christine thinks so but Jack doesn't mind as, he says, they'll get to make up in a sexual frenzy.
Sam sends Jack to talk to Andrew. Andrew is having difficulty recovering from the events of the week before, Mya's death and his inability to save her.
Jack returns to his office and finds Steven Moore sitting behind the desk. Steven wants answers to the death of his girlfriend, Debbie. Out in the corridor, about to leave, Steven loses his temper when Jack cannot remember Debbie's name. He attacks Jack, beating him to the floor. Robert pulls Steven away but Jack has cuts to his face.
Christine kisses Jack better in the privacy of an examination cubicle.
After his chat with Jack, Andrew finally finds the courage to inform Theresa that she won't be able to dance again.
Terry finally realises that he has been duped by the children returning the crutches. They've been pinching them from patients in the physio department.
Ronnie wakes up. The loss of oxygen hasn't affected him.
On the way to his car in the dark and rain, Robert sees Jack and Christine kissing in the front of her new Alfa.
Written by: Kate Brooke
Produced by: David Boulter
Directed by: Delyth Thomas
Robert Kingsford ... Martin Shaw
Christine Fletcher ... Niamh Cusack
Jack Turner ... Michael Kitchen
Mike Gregson ... David Harewood
Andrew Argyle ... Dominic Mafham
Kate Brady ... Tamzin Malleson
Cathy Jordan ... Jane Slavin
Judy Enshaw ... Katie McEwen
Sam Docherty ... Jane Danson
Raz Amin ... Silas Carson
Terry Harker ... Connor McIntyre
Steve Moore ... John Lloyd Fillingham
Roy Williams ... David Ashton
Maggie Williams ... Juliet Cadzow