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Hulpe City fans will forgive if they think Rick Griffin is walking around the empty AAU ward in his hospital gown and reminded them of the last episode of torment a year, but this time the spooky setting and hospital workers in cleaning equipment far from pretending Rick was waking up From his coma after undergoing brain surgery to a condition that was completely real – Coronavirus Pandemic

The long-awaited return to the medical drama quickly made the realization that Holby was in the midst of the crisis, and that everything had changed

Three months of stopping the air and Holby can return with normal seizures, choosing not to show life in the hospital to deal with the Corona virus, but after 21 years on our screens, and telling stories of characters suffering from problems that many of us face, they had a responsibility to tell this story

Being the only live drama currently showing us life inside the hospital, it was up to Hulpe City to tell the story of the thousands of NHS employees working on the frontline during a global crisis, unaware of what was going to happen inside the next hour. Not to mention the next day.

There was a tremendous amount of thought to come back, and yet Holby City managed to cover it all in 40 minutes. We saw HCAs, new nurses, face masks, PPE, and a single pregnant patient in the hospital infected with the virus, which quickly turned into a case. Her life and her baby were hanging in the balance as it quickly deteriorated The show praised the NHS in the best possible way

When CEO Max McGurry told Donna, Lewis, and new nurse Alex Duvall that they had not had adequate PPE for 24 hours, the three of them collectively summed up the resilience of each NHS nurse

They prioritized patients ’lives over theirs and walked through Keeler Ward, ready to fight an invisible and fatal disease, but were reminded of the harsh and horrific reality again when Donna said,“ People call it a fight, but that means we have weapons – we don’t have ”

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Amidst the ongoing drama and uncertainty, there was a moment to pause, in the form of a beautifully directed scene of Steve Brett, who saw Donna, Max, Alex and Cam force their sore and tired bodies around in front of the hospital to hear the echoes of people clapping and chanting

Five minutes was perfect to stop and think about what they were doing, and how the loud sound of people hitting their pots and pans wasn’t necessarily enough to fix their situation, but it was enough to give them a boost. Go back to the uncomfortable layers of PPE and put their lives on hold.

By Patrick Homes, the dialogue on Tuesday’s comeback allowed us to catch up with the lives of the characters, as well as dealing with the Corona virus. We discovered (for once) that Cam was finding things difficult, but it did not take long for his hero complex to appear again and appeared In a newspaper, he is praised as one of many NHS champions

Of course, when we left the show in August after seeing Essie die after fighting cancer, we had to see how Sasha Levy was coping, and as actor Bob Barrett told us in a recent interview, getting tangled in Judy won’t help Rodgers’ problems feel what He feels it because he continues to mourn the love of his life.

Dramas and ongoing soap have the power to tell life-changing storylines We all know how exceptional the NHS has been throughout this pandemic, but telling their story through drama is different from documentaries

Moving to Hulpe Town we all have our favorite personalities, and we all have the ability to relate to them on a level that we feel as if we know them so show how Max runs the hospital administration, or seeing the redness in Ang’s face and seeing how she really felt upset after wearing PPE means we can feel these characters, and they all highlight the extreme lengths real NHS workers were ready to go to

Due to the outbreak, Hulpe City is currently showing 40-minute episodes. Cutting out the usual one-hour 20-minute show is a very brave move, and you might think they couldn’t have covered everything in a shorter amount of time. But if anything, making it 40 min gave the opportunity to view to increase the intensity

Bringing the real world to the fictional world is something that incessant dramas tend to do, and when it comes to Rick and Max watching the moment Boris Johnson announces the shutdown, all of a sudden Holby breaks other boundaries they’ve moved Hulpe City Hospital into the real world they could have It stops there, but of course they didn’t.

The closing scenes on Tuesday saw Max speaking to some of Holby’s employees to let them know that the climax had passed, a moment in our lives that felt like changed. The collective feeling they felt was something we all felt too

There was a constant mirror of the real world the whole time: the characters endured hell while working day in and day out, but it created a new friendship among the employees Watching Max talk to everyone, breaking that fourth wall as she said « Thank you all » to the camera, it wasn’t He was only referring to the doctors and nurses in the hospital, he was also referring to us.

Holby City came back with a blast. They came back to BBC One and said, « Look what we can do. » This chapter has put Hulpe City at the forefront of honoring so many voices, telling the story of the most difficult year of our lives

It was an amazing part, presenting constant chaos in every scene and showing us what it is like to work as a nurse or doctor in our glorious NHS This episode proved just how vibrant and awesome this show is, now with the ability to step into new areas, tell tons of stories Brilliant

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