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Trust Me series 2 episode 2 preview

Jamie continues to disrupt the unit with his recurring night terrors.

Trust Me series 2 episode 2 - Alfred Enoch
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Corporal Jamie McCain (Alfred Enoch) found himself in the middle of a potentially sinister situation on the opening episode of series 2 of BBC One‘s hit drama Trust Me.

If you want to avoid all spoilers for Trust Me, stop reading this article now.

Admitted to the spinal injury unit after being paralysed during a botched mission, Jamie was angry and uncommunicative. Refusing to speak to the doctors or nurses, he eventually let his guard down when fellow patient Danny (Elliot Cooper) befriended him.

Considered a nuisance by the nursing staff, Danny shared his theory with Jamie that someone was killing the patients on the ward. At first Jamie didn’t believe Danny but as the bodies began to pile up and Danny became the latest victim, Jamie started to wonder if his life might be in danger.

At the episode’s end, Jamie forced himself out of bed and dragged his body over to Danny’s to get his hands on the tablet where the fellow patient kept information about what was going on in the ward.

Elsewhere in the episode it was established that Dr. Zoe Wade (Katie Clarkson-Hill) was hiding a drug habit from everyone, including her fiancé Dr. Alex Kiernan (Richard Rankin). Meanwhile clinical lead Dr. Archie Watson (John Hannah) was revealed to be having an affair with head physio Debbie Dorrell (Ashley Jensen).

Read our full Trust Me series 2 episode 1 recap.

The synopsis for episode 2 is:

Jamie (Alfred Enoch) continues to disrupt the unit with his recurring night terrors.

As he obsessively searches for the truth, his behaviour becomes increasingly erratic. Is the threat real or imagined?

Trust Me continues at 9pm Tuesday on BBC One. Preview the episode with our gallery and a clip below:

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