Maddy's estranged sister Hannah arrives back in Holby with trouble in tow in the form of her old cell-mate who has been stabbed. She secretly treated her but found herself in hot water with... See full summary »

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Maddy's estranged sister Hannah arrives back in Holby with trouble in tow in the form of her old cell-mate who has been stabbed. She secretly treated her but found herself in hot water with Ric when he found out. She later learnt that she would no longer be interviewed for the new fellowship on Keller because of her actions. Michael's family problems with Annalese were affecting his work. He left theater early to tend to his sick daughter. On his way out Connie cornered him and questioned his career commitment, which lead to a heated argument and then another one with Donna. But Donna persisted and finally wore him down and brought him out for drinks. He later decided to take a vacation. Meanwhile, Elliot put Ben through a battery of tests but which came up clear but he suspected that Ben wasn't telling him the truth. Later Ben admitted he was having problems with his vision but he didn't want Elliot to tell Martha. Elliot booked him an appointment with an optomologist. Written by Anonymous

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12 May 2009 (UK)  »

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In some scenes Connie's grey skirt has its two black buttons at the front; in other scenes the skirt is rotated and the buttons are at the back. See more »

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[Faye and Joseph are discussing their choice of flowers at their forthcoming wedding. Jac butts in]
Faye Morton: Joseph, I was thinking. White roses with some gypsophilia.
Jac Naylor: [sighs] Clearly there is something in the air.
Faye Morton: No need to be such a cynic.
Jac Naylor: What the world needs now is love sweet love.
[Jac reads from a leaflet about choosing wedding flowers]
Jac Naylor: You know, I just don't know if white roses are appropriate, Faye. It says here that they symbolise innocence and purity - that might be a little misleading. Oh wait,...
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