"Episode Two" is the 1050th episode of Casualty and the second episode of the 32nd series. It was preceded by "Episode One" and followed by "Episode Three". The episode was directed by Steve Brett and written by Dominique Moloney. This episode is the second part of the two-parter partially taking place in France. Additionally, this episode marks the final appearance of Jez Andrews, portrayed by Lloyd Everitt. It's also his first and only centric episode.


The team of Holby medics continue their efforts to help migrant refugees in need of medical attention on the French coast. However, Dylan is fast becoming frustrated with how little he can offer the camp, and makes a decision he may come to regret. Meanwhile, back in the UK, Jez faces the repercussions of crossing paths with the Ellissons, as an improvised explosive is thrown through the window of his home, placing both Robyn and baby Charlotte in jeopardy.


  • During production, this episode's title was "All My Sins". However, when the decision was made not to have episode titles for the series, this name was scrapped.


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