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Lisa Duffin (Character)
from "Casualty" (1986)

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"Casualty: The Stag, the Dog and the Sheep (#31.21)" (2017)
[Charlie turns up late for his wedding]
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: What took you so long?
[referring to the fact that he and Duffy have fancied each other ever since they started working together]
Charlie Fairhead: Don't know what you're talking about. It's only been thirty years.

[reciting their wedding vows]
Charlie Fairhead: ...for richer, for poorer.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: But no sickness, cos we're nurses.

"Casualty: Will You Still Love Me? (#7.4)" (1992)
Charlie Fairhead: I'm not expecting anything special. I just want to be ordinary - but ordinary happy, with a job I love and a relationship that matters. And, yes, kids, for God's sake - all of it.
Lisa Duffin: Come on, let's get out of here before we *both* go mad.
Charlie Fairhead: Right.
Lisa Duffin: I tell you what - if you haven't found the perfect woman by the time you're sixty, I'll make an honest man of you!
[grinning, they shake hands on the deal]

"Casualty: Boiling Point (#7.24)" (1993)
[last lines]
Charlie Fairhead: [the A&E department has gone up in flames, and Duffy is in shock]
[to Duffy]
Charlie Fairhead: Shouldn't you be somewhere else? Come on.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: [shakily] So much of our lives are here, Charlie. So much of us... and it's all gone!
Charlie Fairhead: [Duffy cries] It's not gone. The work doesn't disappear just because the building's gone, Duffy. Come on. Everything we've done still counts for something, you know.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: [hysterically, walking away from Charlie] Oh, we're finished, Charlie!
Charlie Fairhead: [going after her, but Duffy resists him] Duffy. Duffy. Duffy, don't talk like that. The damage can be repaired. Come on. Come on. Mark my words, I'll have the builders in first thing in the morning, now stop...
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: [dismissively] Oh no, will you listen to yourself?
Charlie Fairhead: [not listening] They'll start putting it back together, come on.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: Charlie, will you just listen to yourself? No one's going to throw money at this!
Charlie Fairhead: [quietly, trying to lead Duffy away from A&E] Come on.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: [sobbing] Stop kidding yourself, Charlie. It's the end of the road!
Charlie Fairhead: [defiantly] It's not the end of the road, Duffy, not while I'm standing in the middle of it. They'll have to run my right over.
Charlie Fairhead: [pause, and Charlie sighs] Come on, Duffy. Come on, you're tired. Come on.
[Charlie walks away from the A&E with Duffy]

"Casualty: Thirty Years (#31.11)" (2016)
[Peter Duffin has shown Charlie a photograph of Charlie and Duffy taken many years earlier, which his mum has always looked at whenever she felt unhappy, sad or tired. Charlie takes it and shows it to Duffy who is crying, having just become a grandmother]
Charlie Fairhead: I remember when that was taken. We'd just worked an 18-hour shift together. Finished at 6 AM. Should have gone home and had some sleep. But we didn't. We went and had breakfast. In that horrible little greasy spoon on Elizabeth Street.
[Duffy grins at the memory]
Charlie Fairhead: We just couldn't stop laughing. It was the sweetest breakfast I've ever had. And do you know why I remember it? Because I dropped you home afterwards, and I came *that* close to kissing you. But I didn't, because I didn't want to be "that bloke". But that's something I've regretted from that day to this.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: But what about Ryan, and fifteen years fighting for my marriage?
Charlie Fairhead: What about *thirty* years together?
[tentatively they move together]
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: I've got vomit in my hair.
Charlie Fairhead: I know. I can smell it.
[they kiss passionately, and hug each other]
Charlie Fairhead: I don't want to spend any more years apart.
Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin: Neither do I.
[end credits music]