Holby City spoilers – Zosia March shows up for Ollie’s exit

Town of Holby spoilers follow.

Town of Holby ended 2021 with the release of a popular character as well as the returns of two more!

Tuesday’s episode left viewers with big questions about the remaining episodes of Town of Holby to come, especially since Ollie Valentine hung up her scrubs on Holby for the last time.

Its final scenes were darkly low-key, with a choir singing “Hark!” the Herald Angel Sings as he quietly slipped away unnoticed.


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As Ollie turned the corner, he took a video call from none other than Zosia March, revealing that he was on his way to her – and that he would be arriving pretty early around 5am, in fact!

“Arthur will be so happy to see you,” she told Ollie of her son.

Ollie assured him, “I’m excited to see him. You too, sausage!”

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Zosia was last seen onscreen in the spring of 2019, after deciding to move to America when it was finally revealed that she was expecting a baby with Ollie.

Viewers will likely be happy to see that Ollie and Zosia finally reunite – at least, apparently – after a tumultuous relationship over the years.

Zosia wasn’t the only familiar face to return Town of Holby for his Christmas episode! Nicky McKendrick also made an appearance passing Ollie as he walked down the street, wishing him a Merry Christmas.

The last time viewers saw Nicky, she had made the difficult decision to be absent from the hospital because she was suffering from pregnancy complications.

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In a hopeful resolution, Nicky was pushing a pram in front of Ollie, so it looks like all went well when her little one arrived. What will 2022 bring to Nicky when he returns to Holby?

Town of Holby airs Tuesdays on BBC One.

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