Fans forgotten in “Tears of tears” on the final turn of series 4

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Forgotten spoilers follow.

Forgotten aired its series four finale tonight (March 29) and after the tragic cliffhanger of the last episode, which saw DCI Cassie Stuart be involved in a car crash, it’s safe to assume viewers were expecting heartache.

Chances are they weren’t expecting as much as tonight’s installment handed out.

The episode opened with an unconscious and bloody Cassie (Nicola Walker) taken to hospital, as her colleague Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) heard about her location, gathered her family and rushed off. at his bedside.

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Shortly after, doctors explained that she would need surgery as soon as possible, to which her relatives gave the green light.

Sunny later returned to work, after being informed that the driver of the vehicle that entered Cassie’s power were one of the people they believe could have killed Matthew Walsh, whose headless and handless remains were found in the freezer at the start of the season.

As he busied himself questioning DCI prime suspect Ram Sidhu (Sharma) and Dean Barton (Andy Nyman) – the latter turned out to be the murderer – however, Cassie’s condition worsened.

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“We knew from our scans that she had had a brain bleed, but when we opened her it was actually much worse than we had feared,” the surgeon told his relatives. “Someone with this level of damage is, I’m sorry to say, unlikely to recover brain function. “

Devastated by the news, Cassie’s father Martin (Peter Egan) stormed out of the hospital and parked on a bench outside the building. There, he listened to an old voicemail message left on his phone by his daughter, as he choked at the sound of her saying “I love you so much”.

The finale concluded with Sunny visiting Cassie’s grave, as she could be heard speaking at her funeral via voiceover: “She was the best I have ever met. It doesn’t matter if you were a victim of a crime She treated you the same. His role was not to judge. It was seeking the truth, and she did so by offering everyone she interacted with with the same unfailing honesty, good manners, and fairness.

“People like Cass Stuart are amazing. So we can be sad that we have lost someone we adore and who will be missed every day. But we can also be grateful for the time we spent with her and for the impact she has had on our entire life. Cass Stuart was my colleague. She was my mentor. She was my friend and I loved her. ”

Check out some reactions to the finale below, including those from Bhaskar…

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