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Trust Me series 2 episode 3 preview

Jamie faces up to his past.

Trust Me series 2 episode 3
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Jamie (Alfred Enoch) got one of the staff on the ward to help him investigate Danny’s (Elliot Cooper) theory on the latest episode of Trust Me.

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Concealing his late friend’s iPad, Jamie managed to guess the password and access all of the data that Danny had been keeping. Knowing he didn’t have the medical knowledge to understand it all, Jamie asked Zoe (Katie Clarkson-Hill) for help.

She was happy to investigate under the radar and managed to gain access to the pathology computer where she printed off the records of all the patients that had died. Zoe was caught in the act and her actions were reported back to Dr. Watson (John Hannah).

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Reporting back to Jamie, Zoe admitted that she believed Danny was right after finding that each patient had died from the same thing.

Elsewhere Jamie started physiotherapy with Debbie (Ashley Jensen) and he was shocked when his estranged mother turned up on the ward to see him.

Read our full Trust Me series 2 episode 2 recap.

The synopsis for episode 3 is:

Jamie (Alfred Enoch) faces up to his past. Meanwhile his investigation drags the staff into their own, unnerving nightmares.

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

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