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DDiisshhiinngguuppssoommee nnaassttyymmeeddiicciinnee; HOLBY CITY (8pm BBC One) Pick of The Day.

THERE'S a startling nude portrait of Serena Campbell adorning the chapel wall tonight. It's been drawn by a patient who has fallen in love with her - proof, Zosia concludes, that he must be suffering from a serious neurological disorder. And there do seem to be a rash of these at Holby ever since they hired neurologist Guy Self and his wannabepyschiatrist daughter. This week, Zosia is in full-on attack mode, giving evidence against her dad and citing all the ways in which he was negligent in his patient care and as a human being, generally.

So will the Board side with the hospital's CEO or with a stroppy junior doctor do you think? Guy also gives Zosia yet another reason tonight why her mother refused treatment for her secret cancer and these explanations are getting more far-fetched by the week. I'm just waiting for Guy to tell Zosia that her mother wasn't really her mother at all, but a secret agent working undercover for MI5.

Elsewhere, Ric has somehow avoided even so much as a slap on the wrist after confessing that he was responsible for the hit and run accident (which he didn't do, and which was no accident). But as his abusive son-in-law has survived, Ric needs a new plan to keep his daughter Jess safe.

And Jac is being very polite about Bonnie and Jonny's engagement. We all know that Jac isn't the type to storm into a church wailing, "It should have been ME!" but we also know that all she'd have to do is crook her little finger at Jonny and the wedding would be off.

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| Zosia tells a tribunal her dad Guy (John Michie), above, was negligent as a doctor and as a human being
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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Mar 18, 2014
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