Martin watches sadly as Louisa and their baby get in a taxi on their way to Spain, after which he seeks advice from Ruth. She believes his emotional detachment and fear of blood both stem ... See full summary »

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Martin watches sadly as Louisa and their baby get in a taxi on their way to Spain, after which he seeks advice from Ruth. She believes his emotional detachment and fear of blood both stem from his loveless upbringing, and advises him to go after Louisa. He confronts his mother, who has come to stay purely because she is penniless after her bereavement. Discovering that Louisa has a condition that could be fatal if in flight, he gets Penhale to rush him to the airport. Meanwhile, Ruth and Al consider a partnership in a Bed and Breakfast venture, whilst the wedding reception of Bert and Jennifer is a disaster. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[Martin is about to operate on a blood vessel in Louisa's brain]
Dr. Martin Ellingham: I think I need your help.
Louisa Glasson: If you need *my* help to perform an operation then we're *really* in trouble.
Dr. Martin Ellingham: I don't need any help with this operation - I've done it seven times before. But I've never been married before. And I don't seem to be very good at it. I want to learn. Because I'd like to be much better at it.
Louisa Glasson: And you tell me that just before you slice my head open?
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Long Dark Hair, Crooked Little Smile
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The best episode of the series so far...
10 May 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite of all the "Doc Martin" shows and it delivers so much of what the fans have been waiting for since the shows began. Well worth seeing--it's the final episode of season 6 and it's been announced that there will be a season 7.

When the show begins, Louisa is fed up with Martin and is determined to leave to spend time with her horrible mother in Spain. In other words, she's leaving one emotionally distant person to go live with another emotionally distant person! However, Martin is worried. After all, after Louisa's recent accident, he's seen signs that she might be much more seriously injured than her doctors have told her and his vigilance leads to an exciting and VERY satisfying conclusion. Martin finally deals with his evil mother once and for all and he makes a mad dash to catch up with Louisa and make things right.

There are a lot of surprises and you get to see a more vulnerable side of Martin in this one. Well worth seeing and very well written and satisfying.


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