Ethan still has a lot of work to do (Photo: )
Fenisha (Olivia D’Lima) and Ethan (George Rainsford) were very worried when their child – named Bodie – arrived at the emergency room with symptoms of anxiety. They should have expected this, as it is an unwritten rule that every child in a serial drama eventually develops anxiety symptoms.
Fortunately, in this case, baby Bodie fared well after a little medical attention from Connie Beauchamp (Amanda Milling). More importantly, this experience allowed Fenisha to see how beautiful Ethan is with the baby and gave Ethan time to think about what he should do.
He asked Connie for advice because she knew she had Huntington’s Syndrome. He explained that he felt he had to be honest and tell Fenish that the baby could have inherited the disease from him. Connie explained to us and Ethan that there was a 50/50 chance that Bodie would get it and that he could not be tested until he was 18. For these reasons, sometimes it was better not to know. “You’d want Cal to leave you in ignorant happiness,” Connie said, and Ethan had to agree. “You pass that ignorant bliss on to Bodie and Fenish. ”
So Ethan decided to remain silent for now, telling Fenisha that he was “100% certain” of the baby’s life. She was pleased, but still suspicious of his turnaround, and made it clear that they could rebuild their relationship as parents, but not as a couple. But in a sympathetic gesture, she suggested that they give Bodie the middle name Cal, after Ethan’s brother’s name.
Grace finds a new toy (Photo: )
While Connie cared for Bodie, her own child was alone in the department. Grace (Emily Carey) was too old to sit in the teachers’ lounge with a few crayons and a bottle of Fruit Shot for company.
She’s even a little too old for Ollie Hyde (Harry Collette), who approached her awkwardly but was quickly pushed away as Grace had her eye on a slightly more mature man – new paramedic Leon (Bobby Lockwood). He impressed her by showing off his work, so after a hard day at the office, Connie found Grace and Leon at home in various states of uniform. Oops.
The story of policewoman Andrea Mills (Kat Simmons), who beat and sadly killed the suspect she was pursuing, takes up much of the time. As the story unfolded, it became clear that the victim was the man Andrea had raped a year earlier, and that her encounter with him in an alley had triggered her memories of the trauma, so much so that she hit him in the back of the head with more force than she should have.
Jade (Gabriella Leon), who hears the whole story because she is an excellent lip reader, offers Andrea her support as she surrenders to her commander.
Sue Haasler is the author of five novels and the official Holby City book, which you can read here.
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