DAVID Hide has no other choice but to come to terms with his son Ollie's actions and death.
This week, BBC One airs a double instalment of iconic medical drama Casualty. Here's what you can expect.
David Hide (portrayed by Jason Durr) is struggling to cope following the events of Saturday's instalment.
But in the aftermath of Ollie's passing, following a horrifying school shooting he instigated, David finds support in the form of Dylan Keogh (William Beck).
However, while Dylan may be trying his best, David's house gets vandalised in upcoming scenes of the soap.
This pushes Dylan to let out his frustrations to Faith Cadogan (Kirsty Mitchell) and Stevie Nash (Elinor Lawless), believing the treatment David is receiving is unfair.
Much to his shock, Faith disagrees and urges him to consider the parents' point of view after Ollie arrived at his school fully ready to murder fellow students.
In Faith's opinion, the anger projected on to David can only be justified.