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Take No Prisoners 

Elliott told Connie that Oliver was promoted to an F2 and he was told he could spend his next two rotations on Darwin. But things started to go wrong after his messed up with Connie's ... See full summary »

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Paul Bradley ...
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Ric Griffin (credit only)
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Bob Barrett ...
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Jac Naylor (credit only)
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Joseph Byrne (credit only)
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James Anderson ...
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Faye Byrne (credit only)
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Frieda Petrenko (as Olga Fedorí)
Phoebe Thomas ...
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Elliott told Connie that Oliver was promoted to an F2 and he was told he could spend his next two rotations on Darwin. But things started to go wrong after his messed up with Connie's patient Elaine Dalton which led to a confrontation with Connie and Elliott. He let slip that Penny had slept her patient Scott and Connie told Elliott to get rid of Penny from Darwin. So as Oliver's career moved forward, Penny was moved back to AAU. Distraught at the news she was further devastated to find out that it was Ollie who told. Night shift ward sister Frieda Petrenko joined the day shift covering for Chrissie's maternity leave. Meanwhile Mark was persuaded to apply for the CEO position by Terence where he pitched for funding. On the ward, Maria and Donna both decided to apply for the Ward Sister job, and tensions between them rose. Written by Anonymous

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12 May 2010 (UK)  »

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This episode was delayed from 11 May 2010 to 12 May 2010 because of the unscheduled resignation of Gordon Brown and the accession of David Cameron as the new British Prime Minister. See more »

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