Holby City: Group Animal

Part One:

A new arrival in Holby sets the wheels of change in motion. Is the hospital ready for a new world order?

With all eyes on Jac, she’s forced to take an inventory of her personal and professional life. Is she ready for what may come to light?

Raf is reminded of why he fell in love with medicine. Is his new-found passion here to stay?

Part Two:

The resolve of the Holby family is put to the test when a face from the past arrives with a chilling vendetta. How will the team cope when their whole world is torn apart?

 

Thursday 7th December 2017 is the second part of Holby City: Group Animal and hopefully all questions will be answered. Tuesday 5th December 2017, Holby City favourite Jac Naylor (Rosie Marcel), has been shot by a gun-wielding intruder shot as she was leaving Holby with a shocking cliffhanger.

Tonight we discover Jac’s fate, newcomer John Gaskell (Paul McGann) will be caught up in the drama as he begins to save his new colleague’s life. Despite his suspension, Ric (Hugh Quarshie) will manage to find his way into the chaotic hospital after he receives desperate phone calls from Donna (Jaye Jacobs).

A few resources have told us that the staff will be losing one of their own, this loss will mean that the wards won’t be the same ever again, which is making me think it will be fan favourite. But is it Jac who will be the one?

What I think

While watching this two part episode, I was having a few thoughts of my own. Here is who I think the shooter is:

The Shooter: Fredrick

Jac’s Fate: She will survive

I have a bad feeling that it is either Ric or Raf is going to be killed.

In part one, everything was going well for Raf. Too well for my liking. When shows do this, it is usually them who take the fall.

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