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Kelsey Phillips (Character)
from "Casualty" (1986)
- All You Need Is Love (2009) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- Lie Low (2009) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- Shields (2009) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- Before a Fall (2009) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- Could We Be Heroes? (2009) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- "Casualty @ Holby City"
- Crash and Burn (2005) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
- Teacher's Pet (2005) TV episode, Played by Janine Mellor
[Nathan stabbed himself on a hypodermic needle that had been disposed of in a bin-bag. Now he has instigated a witch-hunt and has bullied Sam into resigning because his bipolar disorder may have made him forget to dispose of the needle properly. As Sam's boss, Charlie confronts Nathan]
Charlie Fairhead: I just wanted to tell you face-to-face that I think undermining and intimidating the most junior, the most vulnerable member of the team here is utterly despicable. I don't want to hear of it happening again.
Nathan Spencer: I have every right to pursue my enquiries about that needle. I could have been infected with a lethal virus.
Charlie Fairhead: Oh, and I sympathize. But there is a world of difference between enquiring and bullying. And you have absolutely no right to indulge in the latter.
Nathan Spencer: My over-riding priority is to the patients. What if a member of the public had got a needle-stick injury? What if Sam had forgotten to clear up another one?
Charlie Fairhead: He couldn't - for the simple reason that *he* didn't forget to clear up the last one. I did.
Nathan Spencer: What?
Charlie Fairhead: Yes, I sutured a patient and didn't clear away the sharp properly. It was me, not Sam. There you are - you have your culprit.
Nathan Spencer: I think that's disgraceful you haven't owned up before.
Maggie Coldwell: Actually, Nathan, Charlie's being chivalrous. It was me, not him. He's just trying to protect me.
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