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With Pauline away for a couple days, Martin gets a new receptionist, Poppy. Bert Large takes Martin's advice to change his lifestyle. Only his idea of a changed lifestyle is to give up ... See full summary »

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Louisa Glasson
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Joan Norton
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Pauline Lamb
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PC Joe Penhale
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Mick Mabley
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Mrs Tishell
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Stephanie Parker ...
Zoe
Nia Jermin ...
Laura
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Poppy's Mum
Sasha Tilley ...
Theresa
Pameli Benham ...
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With Pauline away for a couple days, Martin gets a new receptionist, Poppy. Bert Large takes Martin's advice to change his lifestyle. Only his idea of a changed lifestyle is to give up being a handyman and open a restaurant. He doesn't quite have the hang of it, however and his stress level definitely doesn't go down. Louisa invites Martin for dinner but her plan falls apart when her new cooker doesn't work properly. When many of the villagers fall ill, Martin concludes that the problem is Bert's new restaurant, but the problem lies elsewhere. Written by garykmcd

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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1 October 2007 (UK)  »

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Dr. Martin Ellingham: [standing in the kitchen of Bert's new restaurant] This kitchen is disgusting!
Bert Large: I've been feeding myself for years. I haven't killed myself once.
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Doc Martin Theme
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Written by Colin Towns
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Dealing with Symptoms
28 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

We find out that the new constable has some serious problems that may affect his performance. The most fundamental focus is on Bert's efforts to do something new. He drops the plumbing business and opens a restaurant. The problem is that he doesn't seem to have the wherewithal to do an adequate job (even licenses and things). The people he hires can't keep up and his sticking his nose in everything drives them away. To make matters even worse, the people that went to his restaurant came down with food poisoning symptoms. Doc Martin, of course, pretty much puts an end to his business. A young man on parole comes in to help out and get him rolling. There is also some byplay among those awful girls which shows that Doc can have compassion. Finally, Pauline has to leave to be trained in Phlebotomy and a really serious young woman temps for her. She really knows how to run the office well.


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