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"Doc Martin" Sh*t Happens (TV Episode 2004) Poster

(TV Series)

(2004)

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Bert Large: So I've given everyone the runs?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: Quick as a flash.

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Louisa Glasson: I'm just looking for my Martin... marking! My marking...

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Louisa Glasson: I heard you on the radio.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: Oh. Which time?

Louisa Glasson: Does it matter?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: Yes, some were more painful than others.

Louisa Glasson: Really?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: No, they were all awful.

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: Well, Caroline, it seems to me you have about a thousand locals who do nothing but talk about themselves. Why don't you interview one of them?

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Jean: What did you see in him at interview?

Louisa Glasson: Don't blame me, only one of my eyes was working.

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: Elaine. It is *not* your job to give medical advice over the telephone.

Elaine Denham: It was bellyache. That's not medical advice, it's common sense.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: Can *I* please decide who comes to my surgery?

Elaine Denham: No.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: No?

Elaine Denham: If they have bellyache or diarrhoea, I have them wait. If they've got something serious I get them in straight away.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: Thank you, I'm familiar with triage.

Elaine Denham: Right, so I want an apology. If is wasn't for me you'd have had a dozen diarrhoeas since yesterday.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: How many?

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Caroline Bosman: [interviewing the Doc on the radio] What was your first impression of our village?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: It's windy.

Caroline Bosman: And the people?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: The people?

Caroline Bosman: The people of Portwenn.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: What about them?

Caroline Bosman: Well, the people of Portwenn are a rich and diverse culture - I bet you've been struck by certain individuals?

Dr. Martin Ellingham: It's early days yet.

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: I try to remain current - I find I kill fewer patients that way.

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: You know, when I told my father that I wasn't going to follow him into the navy, we didn't speak for three months.

Bert Large: Yeah, but now you're older, you can understand his point, can't you? I mean, that's what I was trying to say to Al.

Dr. Martin Ellingham: No, we still don't speak actually.

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: Have you noticed an increased demand for diarrhoea remedies lately?

Mrs. Tishell: Yes - in fact you could say there's been a *run* on them.

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