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Casualty: Closure

The staff hear the bad news; they are to be shut down in one month. They meet to discuss ways of gaining public support. As Kuba is passing a warehouse on his bike, he witnesses a man, Bob, attacking another man, Lyndsey, with a baseball bat, after learning he has had an affair with his wife. He breaks up the fight, and Lyndsey is taken to hospital. Bob comes to the hospital, asking for Kuba, he cuts Kuba's hand and threatens him so as he doesn't tell the police. Ewart invites Kuba to spend New Year with him, for his own safety. A missionary man, Mr Whitefinch, is brought in with suspected Lavassa fever, the hospital is evacuated, while the decontamination takes place. Charlie organises an impromptu pantomime to raise morale - they dress up in costumes and sing. Baz and Charlie exchange Christmas gifts.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x15
Production Number: 115
Airdate: Saturday December 27th, 1986

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Guest Stars
Bill Wallis
As Mr. Smith
Dawn Keeler
As Dr. Gould
Jack Watson
As Det Insp Potter
Nigel Anthony
As Ted Roach
Tony Guilfoyle
As Lyndsey
David Stoll
As Micky Jones
Stacey Tendeter
As Ward Sister
Main Cast
Derek Thompson (1)
As Charlie Fairhead
Julia Watson
As Barbara 'Baz' Hayes / Samuels / Wilder
Catherine Shipton
As Lisa 'Duffy' Duffin
Brenda Fricker
As Megan Roach
Christopher Rozycki
As Kuba Trzcinski
Bernard Gallagher
As Ewart Plimmer
Debbie Roza
As Susie Mercier
Robert Pugh
As Andrew Ponting
Lisa Bowerman
As Sandra Mute
George Harris (1)
As Clive King
Other Episode Crew

Series DeviserPaul Unwin  |  Jeremy Brock
Warning: Casualty season 1 episode 15 guide may contain spoilers
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