Call the Midwife (2012– )
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Episode #3.7 

Jenny returns and is seconded to the London Hospital, where she meets a fretting mother-to-be. Meanwhile, Chummy's mother visits, a patient of Cynthia's becomes mentally ill, and Tom's nervousness leads to trouble with Trixie.

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... Mature Jenny (voice)
... George Saint
... Jenny Lee
... Cynthia Miller
... Pamela Saint
... Sister Julienne
... Patsy Mount
... Trixie Franklin
... Chummy Noakes
... Lady Browne
... Sister Evangelina
... Sister Morgan
... PC Peter Noakes
... Shelagh Turner
... Dr. Patrick Turner
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Jenny is seconded to the London Hospital's maternity ward, where her first patient, Faye Rawle, is overly anxious and demanding following a miscarriage and Jenny breaks the rules to reassure her before returning to the East End. Sister Julienne is alarmed by new mother Pamela Saint's obsession with cleaning, which is slowly turning to paranoia. This leads to the nun having to save mother and baby when Pamela wants to cleanse them both in the river and to psychiatric admission. Meanwhile Chummy and Peter host her aloof mother, who has left her husband after discovering his infidelity. She is not a grateful guest but, as she is about to leave, collapses and it is revealed that she has cancer. Whilst Trixie continues to date Tom Dr Turner learns that his inability to mention his brief mental break-down in the war could jeopardize the adoption bid. Written by don @ minifie-1

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11 May 2014 (USA)  »

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A lighterman works on barges, carrying goods up and down the river and from cargo ships to shore. See more »

Quotes

Pamela Saint: It's scaring her. Your headdress, the way it flaps.
Sister Julienne: [to Rose, Mrs. Saint's newborn] I'm sorry, little one, but a promise to our Lord transcends even you.
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Reaching for the Moon
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Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Ella Fitzgerald
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