Zeke and most locals enthusiastically sign up when Lynn gets the hospital to dedicate an annual blood drive to paramedic Ringo's memory. Karl however openly calls her a hypocrite, which ... See full summary »

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Zeke and most locals enthusiastically sign up when Lynn gets the hospital to dedicate an annual blood drive to paramedic Ringo's memory. Karl however openly calls her a hypocrite, which Susan can't oppose. Declan offers to give Kate free driving lessons, but she shamelessly plays him and detective Mark against each-other, encouraged by Donna. Written by KGF Vissers

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"I'd rather you just stayed at home"
23 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As suspected, the "resolution" of the cliffhanger is a massive cop-out, as Rebecca suddenly backtracks on everything she's just said and she and Michael go back to acting awkward and shooting each other longing glances.

Lyn's decision to organise a blood drive in honour of Ringo is probably well-intentioned but extraordinarily poorly timed, especially when she starts waxing lyrical about how he died saving others, ignoring who exactly it was he saved them from.By the end of the episode, she's finally worked out that not everyone thinks "She feels really bad about it" lets her daughter off the hook over killing someone.

The Kate/Declan/Brennan love triangle continues to exist solely of a bunch of people who don't seem that interested in each other.Only Declan's more subtle way of expressing his disapproval elevates it above complete boredom.Oh-and Lou's back.It's got to the point where it's hard to remember when he's there and when he isn't and even the writers don't think it merits more than a couple of lines of dialogue.


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