It's been two weeks since Casualty was shown on the BBC as part of their regular Saturday night viewing and it was welcome by many fans of the show and it wasn't only the show itself who were praised.
Avid fans of Casualty will remember back in May of this year Dr. Alicia Monroe did not give sexual consent to her F1 trainee, Edward "Eddie" McAllister (Joe Gaminara), which has led to Alicia (portrayed by Chelsea Halfpenny) be anxious with and be scared when she's cornered by her colleagues. In tonight's episode another F1, Brittney "Bea" Kinsella (portrayed by Michelle Fox) who has recently moved into Alicia's house revealed Alicia hadn't been sleeping or eating.
She delicately told her new housemate she "has her back" as Alicia told her all what happened on that fateful night.
Some Casualty fans basked in the moment while others respectfully commented on how important Alicia's storyline is.
While this viewer was distracted.
Alicia's revelation to Bea wasn't the only good point of tonight's edition of Casualty.
During the 41st episode of the 32nd series, Maddy Hill made her sensational debut as rookie paramedic Ruby Spark.
Ruby is very by-the-book and knows guidelines inside and out.
She's a walking bible of facts and policies.
A reader of AndyGibsonTV.com got in-touch on social networking site Twitter and suggested Ruby may be on the autistic spectrum.
AndyGibsonTV.com agrees with this comment as this site's only reporter is autistic himself and can relate to some symptoms Ruby shown tonight. AndyGibsonTV.com also feels Ruby may have Savant Syndrome with her extensive knowledge of the handbook.
Whether Ruby has Autism or not, she is a very welcomed member of the Casualty cast with viewers. People took to Twitter to praise Maddy Hill's debut.
Ruby has only been working from Holby City Hospital for one shift and could we be seeing a new relationship on the cards? Well, this viewer certainly thinks so.
AndyGibsonTV.com will give the final word to @TillyKeepers who wants to see a new formation of something that would be very intriguing viewing.
Casualty returns to BBC One on Saturday 21 July at 20:40.
Images of Chelsea Halfpenny and Maddy Hill are licenced to the BBC. Copyright: BBC / Alistair Heap
Tonight Casualty aired viscerally upsetting scenes involving Mrs. Connie Beauchamp and her impossible struggle with Leiomyosarcoma - a rare soft tissue cancer.
For the first time we saw Amanda Mealing's character without hair as she bathed while drinking champagne in a luxury London hotel suite in the longest running BBC medical programme.
Amanda proved this evening how much of a phenomenal performer she is and fans took to Twitter to message their support to commend her on such a complex important episode.
Amanda herself took to social media to thank viewers for their love.
Leiomyosarcoma is a type of soft tissue sarcoma. Soft tissue sarcomas can develop in muscle, fat, blood vessels, or any of the other tissues that support, surround and protect the organs of the body. Leiomyosarcoma is one of the more common types of soft tissue sarcoma to develop in adults.
Casualty continues on BBC One & RTE One next Saturday at 20:25.