Darren begins a skimming scam which is found out by his boss Scott who refuses to give him time off work.In retaliation he plants incriminating evidence on Scott's computer before calling the police.
More recently Darren's storylines have seen him form a relationship with Nancy Hayton (Jessica Fox) that "came out of nowhere" but was kept long term as the pairing was popular with the serial's audience.
Pressure was then put on Darren and Nancy's relationship when Suzanne returned pregnant with Darren's twins, leading to Darren and Nancy splitting up when he became a father.
Darren blames Nancy for their son's premature birth and tells her he will not forgive her if their son dies.
Darren and Nancy name their son Oscar, who turns out to be deaf.
You can then go to the Medicare data and look up their extenders and see if they bill independently for dermatologic procedures. *Yes, I am quite aware that all the militant NPs and PAs will attack me again for criticizing them here. Meanwhile, I hammer doctors (dermatologists) in this blog entry and my own profession mercilessly in other ones but that goes unnoticed.
So go ahead, spread it around (yeah, that means you Dave) to your sites so they can send hate email to me again.
Darren was initially characterised as a "bad boy" who has matured throughout his tenure.
One of Darren's more notable storylines included his battle with a gambling addiction which led him to lose his share in The Dog in the Pond, be disowned by his father and have his family reject him.
Frankie and Jack discover that Darren took a £100,000 bribe from Warren to get Jake to confess to Sean's murder, and then gambled the money away despite the family being in debt. Darren and Nancy are told that their son may suffer brain damage.