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Doc Martin Series 6
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“One of the funniest, most entertaining shows on television” —Sunday Express (U.K.)
He’s surly, tactless, self-centered, and uptight—but he’s the only doctor in town.
Even on his own wedding day, Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) is all scowls. Then following a calamitous honeymoon, he and Louisa (Caroline Catz, DCI Banks) must learn to live together, raise a child, and manage two careers. It’s a big adjustment for both, especially Martin, who’s unaccustomed to clutter and noise. And yet he’s still not as picky as their OCD manny.
Factor in the Doc’s usual string of batty patients—including a hypochondriac, a hoarder, two elderly tattoo artists, and a bumbling constable with a string of self-inflicted injuries—and Martin is soon more ill-tempered than ever. Plus, his crippling blood phobia is back, and his ghastly mother (Claire Bloom, The King’s Speech) picks a bad time to show up at the Ellinghams’ door. With much at stake, Martin turns for advice to his aunt Ruth (Emmy winner Eileen Atkins, Cranford), perhaps the sanest person in Portwenn—but it may already be too late.
Contains graphic medical scenes
- Sickness and Health
- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
- The Tameness of a Wolf
- Nobody Likes Me
- The Practice Around the Corner
- Hazardous Exposure
- Listen with Mother
Top Customer Reviews
Doc Martin was formerly a successful surgeon in London before a phobia for blood drove him to his current position as GP in this sleepy Cornish village in the West of England. With a deadpan face and no apparent people skills, he is not well equipped to deal with the eccentric inhabitants. It is amazing how often a largely expressionless face speaks volumes! One wonders how the long suffering Louise manages to put up with him, but clearly she does as this series opens with them preparing at last for their wedding. However, as we might have expected, things on the day and subsequently run far from smoothly.
As in the last series, child minding arrangements for Baby James are an ongoing issue. This time the Doc falls out with the regular minder, and her temporary replacement does not prove to be entirely satisfactory. Meanwhile, when he is drafted in to take the baby to a mother and toddlers group, he does not seem to blend in very well! Neither does he endear himself with the unfortunate Louisa when he invites her school Chairman of Governors and wife around to dinner - it does not prove to be a perfect evening and this was one of the funnier episodes of the series.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I simply loved both series 6&7. I Hope they can go ahead with another series and have more of interaction with little James maybe. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Such a great show. Love Doc Martin. Hope he learns to love the little white dog. (I know in real life he is an animal lover) but oh, how amazed we would be if he warmed up to... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mary K Langmead
This is a fun series. Starting to see Series 7 stories now.Published 15 days ago by Left Coast Bill
The historical aspect of Sarah Mccoy's novel. The Baker's Daughter, was well done and original with its presentation of women's roles in WW2 Germany. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Marmalade
The Series 6 DVD that I received is the same as my Series 5. How could that be?Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer