The 30th episode of series 32 is the 1078th episode of Casualty overall. The episode was directed by Amanda Mealing and written by Rebecca Wojciechowski. The events of this episode take place directly after the previous, which took place in-universe on 31 March.
After their crash, Robyn begs her colleagues to prioritise Glen's treatment upon learning that his cancer has returned. He is taken for an MRI scan, which shows that the cancer has spread to his brain stem. Given only days to live, Glen agrees to undergo surgery to extend his life. However, fearing that he will not be the same afterwards, Glen decides to let nature take its course and signs a DNAR form.
On their way out of the ED, Glen makes a speech, but he begins to violently seize immediately after. Once he is stabilised, he is moved to a side-room with Robyn and Charlotte. After saying goodbye to his friends and colleagues, Glen peacefully passes away.
Meanwhile, fearing that his alcoholism is affecting his work, Bea asks Dylan if she could shadow him for the day. She questions his judgement in front of a patient, and unintentionally makes his addiction public, embarrassing him. Later, she apologises, and Dylan agrees to continue teaching her.