Call the Midwife (2012– )
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Episode #3.4 

Sister Winifred treats a young Jewish woman whose mother is plagued by remembrances of the Holocaust. Meanwhile, Shelagh tries to find a new way to channel her energy, and Alec suffers a terrible accident.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mature Jenny (voice)
Leah Moss
Charlie Moss
Dominic Tighe ...
Clive Howard
Beverley Klein ...
Dr. Patrick Turner
Max Macmillan ...
Timothy Turner
Shelagh Turner
Helen Phillips ...
Kitty Chubb


Sister Winifred confides in Cynthia that she is not feeling as committed to midwifery as she had hoped. However she is concerned that pregnant Jewish Leah Moss's married life is dominated by caring for her mother Tzirale, who has not left their flat in twelve years. Leah believes Tzirale is still traumatised by events in Europe during the war but the arrival of the baby helps the matriarch to overcome her fear, allowing the family to move, whilst Sister Winifred regains her confidence having delivered the baby on her own. Jenny is set to spend a weekend in Brighton with Alec but he is fatally injured in a fall. Shelagh, now resigned to the fact that she cannot have children, channels her energies into organizing a choir, who sing at the funeral. Written by don @ minifie-1

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20 April 2014 (USA)  »

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The poem Sister Monica Joan recites to Jenny Lee is titled "Jenny Kissed Me" by James Henry Leigh Hunt. See more »


[Fred places Jenny's suitcase in the car, while Trixie, Cynthia, Sr. Monica Joan, Sr. Evangelina, and Sr. Julienne gather to say goodbye]
Sister Monica Joan: [quoting Leigh Hunt's poem] Jenny kissed me when we met, jumping from the chair she sat in. Time, you thief, who love to get. Sweets into your list put that in!
Sister Evangelina: You make sure you eat three square meals a day and a proper breakfast. I have my spies. Hear me?
Cynthia Miller: We will write often. And you must write, too.
Trixie Franklin: Yes. We want to hear every titbit of enthralling news from ...
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References Singin' in the Rain (1952) See more »


You Were Meant for Me
Written by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed
Performed by Gene Kelly
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