Ruth is disturbed when reclusive neighbour Shirley Dunwich tells her that her surly young son Michael is trying to poison her, and, since Ruth has no liking for Michael, who stole her hub caps for his art installation, she believes her, informing Martin. Unfortunately this leads to a siege situation before Martin rectifies matters. Morwenna's eagerness to please does not endear her to Martin, who sacks her for drug-taking though he reinstates her after finding that she is taking her grandfather's Second World war pep pills in order to be efficient. Louisa hands in her notice as she decides to leave Portwenn for London with Martin and their still unnamed baby. Written by
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Did You Know?
Towards the end of the episode, Doc Martin refers to Mrs Dunwich (Miriam Margolyes
) as Mrs Winchelsea and shortly afterwards he refers to Mr Newcross (Peter Vaughan
) as Mr Dunwich. These were not continuity errors in the script; instead they alluded to Doc Martin's poor bedside manner and social skills which cause him to confuse his patients' names. See more
When Ruth Ellingham gets the gun from the son, Michael Dunwich, Ruth carries it upstairs to Mrs. Dunwich's bedroom. When the scene switches to the Mrs. Dunwich's bedroom, the gun is on the bed already next to Mrs. Dunwich, in the very next scene, it's back in Ruth Ellingham's hands and there's nothing on the bed. See more
Dr. Martin Ellingham
[Martin's bed time story
Um. This is an article by Dr Henry Wolfestein on the need to focus on cytotoxic therapies for cancer patients. That's a picture of Dr Wolfestein there. "Patients with advanced liver cancer who had not previously received chemotherapy were randomly allocated to three different regimens representing minimal, conventional, and intensive cytotoxic treatments. Patients with impaired renal function were excluded from the analysis, and results were stratified ...
Doc Martin Theme
Written by Colin Towns See more