Doctors spoilers: Chaos and sex mistake at Emma's eventful party

Any hope for a chilled, relaxed and quiet birthday for Dr Emma Reid (Dido Miles) go out the window next week on Doctors when her friends at The Mill get involved.

Emma is not interested in going out as she would rather just stay at home, do yoga, and relax when it is her birthday.

Valerie realises it’s Emma’s birthday and wants to plan something. Soon The Mill gang turn up with plenty of alcohol and Emma knows this night is going to be anything but a quiet one.

Dr Al Haskey (Ian Midlane) questions whether or not Zara is coming which does little to lift Emma’s mood as she waits for the guests to arrive.

Zara (Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) sits at home poring over photos from the party on social media.

Meanwhile, Valerie Pitman (Sarah Moyle) invites the neighbors and soon it’s a full birthday party. As the party gets underway, PC Rob Hollins (Chris Walker) shares some gossip with the attendees, suggesting that Valerie has started flirting with Emma’s neighbour Geoff.

Due to Luca McIntyre (Ross McLaren) learning that Winnie Jones (Tina Gray) is dying, he decides to skip the party and visit her instead, knowing that this is his last chance to say goodbye to her.

While discussing that it is always hard to lose a patient, Bear Sylvester (Dex Lee) interrupts Dr Sid Vere (Ashley Rice) and Jimmi Clay (Adrian Lewis Morgan), saying that it is a party and to leave the work chat, both Sid and Jimmi are not amused.

Karen Hollins (Jan Pearson) and Rob sneak off during the party to have some fun, and Sid suddenly realises not only that they are hooked up in the toilet, but that he can hear them and that the seat has been damaged.


Doctors airs these scenes Thursday March 10 at 1:45pm on BBC One then 7pm on BBC Two.

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