Jordan is enjoying his new sports car but his good mood soon disappears when Henrik Hanssen reintroduces him to Miriam Turner – his old mentor and the new joint clinical lead. They immediately clash over the treatment of a pregnant Jehovah's Witness, Sarah, who is brought into the ED needing a blood transfusion. Sarah's husband, Jake, refuses treatment but Miriam wants to proceed anyway, despite Jordan's outrage at her dubious ethics. Jake stands fast and they are forced to deliver the baby prematurely. Will they find a way to save mother and baby without compromising their beliefs?
Meanwhile, Jay turns on the charm offensive on an attractive patient, Candy, but when she thinks he is gay, Noel and Big Mac can't help but laugh. To prove a point, Jay asks Candy out on a date – which she accepts. When he is about to head off on his date, after struggling with pains in his groin all day, he quickly looks up testicular cancer on the internet. His face turns ashen and he cancels his date with Candy.
Elsewhere, Kirsty's dreams of being with Adam are shattered by the arrival of Cathy, Warren's mum. Cathy knows all about the violence but she reminds Kirsty of her vows. Kirsty reluctantly puts a stop to things with Adam but it's too late – Warren has woken from his coma and Cathy's already told him.
Finding Adam, Warren warns him off but the effort takes its toll. When Kirsty finds Warren slumped on the floor and tries to help him, he punches her in the face. Finally realising that this is the final straw, Kirsty takes Nita and leaves. Unbeknown to her, though, her husband is taken back to resus with suspected DVT. Is this the end of the road for the abusive Warren?