Charlie goes to see Baz's flat after their night shift - they end up in bed together. Again, she says to him, she can't commit to a relationship. Charlie discovers at work, she has been taking 'speed' to keep her awake at night, and criticises her for taking them. A woman, Julia, is raped and assaulted, comes in with her young son, Edward. Charlie discovers the boy has also been sexually abused. His architect father, Philip, an old friend of Mr Thalton, turns up and is interviewed by Charlie and Clive, they all believe he is guilty, apart from Thalton. An alcoholic tramp, Mrs Cook, who has hurt her ankle, infests the department with fleas. The staff are left scratching for the rest of the shift. Mr McFarlen comes in with abdomen pains, Baz calls Thalton down on Clive's recommendation, as she hasn't had time to look at him herself. But Thalton is annoyed, when he wasn't needed, as his ulcer was not perforated and didn't need operating.
Casualty is the world's longest running and most successful medical drama series on television. It depicts the private and working lives of the patients, doctors, nurses and all others attending a small but frantically busy accident and emergency department of the large Holby General hospital. By mixing episodic plots with longer, character-based stories it ensures that we get to know the characters as people with lives, not just doctors or nurses. With consistently superb storylines and great acting, Casualty is compulsive viewing. The show began in 1986 and since then only one character remains; the one and only Charlie Fairhead played by Derek Thompson.