Having taken control of his anxiety disorder, Arthur returns to work all suited and booted… he’s even swapped his trademark glasses for contact lenses. He expects to pick up where he left off professionally – but AAU boss Serena warns he must prove he can work as part of a team. Morven’s annoyed when Arthur tries to take over treatment of her patient – his hero – Professor Dunn. When Morven discovers the Professor’s life and career has been ruined by alcoholism, Arthur knows he mustn’t waste his own potential. Later, when the Professor takes a turn for the worse, Arthur’s grateful Morven’s there and selflessly lets her perform surgery. It seems Arthur’s realised he can succeed with a little help from his friends…

Following his nervous breakdown, neurosurgeon Guy Self is called back to Holby to give his professional opinion on a case. But when he discovers it’s Patsy Brassvine’s son who’s been brought in with a neurological condition, Guy doubts he can make the correct judgement call over the complex yet life-saving surgery he needs and wants another surgeon to do it. But when Patsy fails to find another surgeon willing to perform the risky op, Guy realises he’s this boy’s best chance of survival. Overcoming his nerves, Guy heads into theatre…

Also, when Ollie gives Mo the idea that Zosia’s taking advantage of her, she decides to bring her down a peg or two by running poor Zosia ragged with a heavy workload. But when the women realise it’s all been a big misunderstanding caused by Ollie’s interfering, they decide to teach him a lesson…