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In her efforts to help Naomi, Nikki believes that Silverlake was self-medicating with an untried depression cure though his widow denies it and a representative of the pill company, posing as a health inspector, tries to have Nikki taken off the case. After she is arrested for shop-lifting and feels perpetually tired, Nikki is referred to a psychiatrist who diagnoses depression. Naomi is highly supportive throughout but, at the hospital, the police make a frightening discovery which questions Naomi's motivation. Even after the real murderer is punished another death occurs, leading to closure for Nikki. Written by don @ minifie-1

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A hugely memorable episode.
4 November 2015 | by (Swansea, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Silverlake had been self medicating with SSRI's, and Nikki attempts to justify them causing his behaviour. Naomi saves Nikki from a shop lifting charge (after causing it?) A man turns up to see Leo posing as an inspector from the Ministry of Health, demanding Nikki cools her digging around into SSRI's, the man wasn't who he claimed. Naomi is starting to hound Nikki, following her and behaving very erratically. Nikki becomes exhausted and sees a Psychiatrist, a conversation with her leads Nikki to the truth.

A truly memorable ending, one of the best I can remember on the show, lots of tension, and a really shock. Two people placed in mortal danger.

A different, complex episode, the first time we've had any character in the how deal with mental illness, it has seemed a sudden affliction for Nikki, but it has been well played out.

Favourite bit had to be Skip's conversation with the receptionist at the Hospital so funny. Vilma Hollingberry is hilarious.

Sinead Keenan star of the show with an outstanding performance, she was brilliant throughout. Underrated actress.

Just excellent, twists and turns, shocks galore. 9/10


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