8 Casualty spoilers for next week

jan jennings, jacob masters, faith cadogan, casualty
8 huge Casualty spoilers for next weekBBC

Note: The following article contains discussion of themes including suicide.

Casualty spoilers follow.

Next week on Casualty, Iain's mental health story is revisited and he struggles to find support in Faith.

Meanwhile, Sah's news brings about difficult memories for Paige, and Rida sees Max in a new light.

Here's a full collection of eight big moments coming up.

1. Iain is haunted by the past

iain dean in casualty

Ian worries about Faith, who is suffering from nightmares.

After a disrupted night's sleep, Iain then heads out on a shift with Jacob, but is haunted when he witnesses a man jumping from a motorway bridge.

Triggered by memories from his past, Iain struggles to snap into action. When Iain later learns that the man died, he is overcome with emotion and has a panic attack.

2. Sah shares some news with Teddy

teddy in casualty

Teddy tells Sah that he has arranged a date with Paige, but needs to swap shifts.

Sah is surprised to hear that Teddy's mum is joining for the date, but explains that they can't help out with a shift swap as they have something on.

As Teddy pushes them on what this is, Sah explains that they have a date for their top surgery.

3. Jacob supports Iain

jacob masters in casualty

Jacob finds Iain in a worrying state in the bathroom.

Iain opens up about Mia and how this morning's shout reminded him of what happened to her, and the guilt he still carries.

They reflect on Sam's death as well, but Iain insists that he's had all the recommended therapy, and doesn't need any more.

Jacob calls him up on this, urging him to practice what he preaches and not bottle up his emotions. Worried, Jacob urges him to talk to Faith.

4. Jodie gets a surprise

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Donna tells Jodie that she's being commended, as someone has been putting in a good word about her.

Rida thinks this is Max but this infuriates Jodie, who would rather he say it to her face.

Jodie then confronts Max, leaving him baffled.

5. Faith makes a mistake

faith cadogan in casualty

Faith is still struggling with her withdrawal symptoms. She tends to a young patient, but grows frustrated with the verbal abuse she receives from the youngster, and refuses to treat her any longer.

She's alarmed when Maisie later returns to the ED with further injuries, and learns that she's in care. Distracted, Faith also dismisses Iain's attempts to reach out to her, unaware of how much he is struggling as well.

6. Paige opens up to Rash

paige allcott in casualty

Paige is thrown after she hears about Sah's top surgery, and makes a hasty exit.

Sah notices this and relays this back to Rash, who decides to reach out to Paige and check in.

As they talk, Paige tells Rash that the news had brought up a painful reminder of the BRCA gene results she received last year, and how she wishes she could view the surgery in the same celebratory way Sah does.

7. Rida sees Max in a new light

rida amaan in casualty

Rida is impressed when she witnesses the sensitive way Max deals with a young lad who is struggling to tell his dad about his sexuality.

Rida tells Jodie that Max does actually have a soft side, and that it wouldn't hurt to give him a chance.

8. Cam gets new roommates

cameron mickelthwaite in casualty

Cam needs to fill the rooms at this house. Ryan urges him to speak to Jodie, who is also looking for somewhere new to live.

After learning about this, Jodie excitedly approaches Cam. When Rida overhears, she wants in too and the trio all agree to live together.

Casualty airs on Saturday nights on BBC One, and streams on BBC iPlayer.

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We encourage anyone who identifies with the topics raised in this article to reach out. Information about how to access support is available via the NHS, and organisations who can offer help include Samaritans on 116 123 or Mind on 0300 123 3393.

Readers in the US are encouraged to visit mentalhealth.gov or the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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