The BBC’s beloved medical drama Holby City has come to a poignant ending after 23 long epic years, which saw Jac Naylor, played by Rosie Marcel, tragically die in a deadly cancer battle poor and then donated her organs
Holby City fans were left devastated on Tuesday night as the series came to an emotional end after 23 years on the BBC.
Holby City Jac Naylor (Rosie Marcel) made a heartbreaking decision in the show’s final episode, when she asked Adrian ‘Fletch’ Fletcher (Alex Walkinshaw) to write her an order not to resuscitate, which resulted in what Her tragic death in the finale.
Jac wakes up from life-and-death surgery to remove a brain tumor, due to reliable friend Elliot Hope (Paul Bradley), tells Fletch that she has decided to refuse future medical intervention.
He replied, “I just hate the thought of you giving up,” to which she said, “Let me tell you about giving up. Put this under control. Clear my mind. Leaving me delirious and doubly uncontrollable – that’s giving up.
“I have never been more clear about anything in my life. Please do this for me. “
Jac’s final waking moment is seen in the following scene, when Sacha Levy (Bob Barrett) takes care of her when he says that Elliot has scheduled her to come in for a CT scan.
He quips: “You really love me,” when Jac replies, “You know I do,” her voice softening as she suffers a stroke, leaving her braindead.
Fletch later explained to Sacha, Elliot, and Max McGerry (Jo Martin) about the decision Jac had made as they fought to save her, saying, “She said if anything like this were to happen. – I think she knew that something similar was about to happen and she came up with her idea. ”
As Sacha and Max break down in emotional scenes at not being able to save her, Elliot says: “It was Jaq’s decision. We may not like it but we have to respect it.”
Holby City fans later learned that Jac had decided to donate his organs, including his heart, lungs, liver and pancreas, to “make a difference to so many lives”.
In the show’s closing moments, a dub details the individuals who have received Jac’s organs, from a medical student to a full-time mother of four – while her heart She turned to Lexy Morrell.
In the heartbreaking closing moments of the beloved BBC show, Holby City fans took to Twitter to mourn the iconic character.
One wrote: “Without a doubt, Jac Naylor is one of the most iconic female characters to ever grace our television screens.
“Many thanks to Rosie Marcel for portraying Jac so perfectly, a phenomenal actress, and thanks to Holby City for her amazing storylines over the years. We’ll miss you.”
Another added: “I said I wouldn’t cry, but I’ll go anyway…”
The third said: “Do they have to use Jac as a metaphor for the show? I know she IS Holby but this was too much. “
The finale featured the return of a host of Holby faces from the past, including Chizzy Akudolu as Mo Effanga, Hugh Quarshie as Ric Griffin, and Luke Roberts as Joseph Byrne.
Before the finale, Donna Jackson star Jaye Jacobs promised that the final episode “honours those die-hard, long-time fans,” and Fletch actor Alex Walkinshaw called the episode “huge.”
The final episode of Holby City comes after BBC bosses decided to cut the hit show “to reshape the BBC’s television medium to better reflect, represent and serve every corner of the world”. country”.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/holby-city-viewers-devastated-final-26586781 Holby City viewers devastated as final episode airs heartbreaking death of Jac Naylor