Miranda is 6 feet 1 inch tall and gets called 'Sir' once too often. She has never fit in with her old boarding school friends, Tilly and Fanny, and finds social situations awkward, especially around men.
Dr. William Rush is not your average on-call doctor. He's not attached to any hospital, he's highly discreet no matter what the ailment as long as the client can pay his cash-only premium ... See full summary »
Probably the worst UK TV drama series of all time, the short and unhappy broadcasting life of "Sweet Medicine" says it all. The first episode opened in a blaze of publicity at a peak-time slot on Thursday night. Long before Episode 10, the final episode, the series had been buried in the graveyard slot, 11.20 on a Sunday night. Supposedly, a more sophisticated and adult version of "Peak Practice", the popular and long-running show it replaced, "Sweet Medicine" was filled with unlikeable characters doing uninteresting things. It was a monumental error of judgement by Carlton and the ITV Network Centre and fully deserves its place in the "TV Turkeys Hall of Fame".
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