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Doc Martin: Series 4
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He’s surly, tactless, self-centered, and uptight--but he’s the only doctor in town.
"A smart, gentle comedy with loads of wit and zest" --The Globe and Mail (Canada)
After his wedding day disaster, Dr. Martin Ellingham (Martin Clunes, Men Behaving Badly) is even grumpier and ruder than before. His former fiancée, Louisa (Caroline Catz, Murder in Suburbia), has left the village to avoid embarrassment. The doctor himself plans to return to London as a surgeon--if he can conquer his fear of blood. But it’s hard to leave a place as charming and full of eccentric characters as Portwenn.
Matters quickly become complicated when Louisa moves back with startling news. Meanwhile, Martin’s old flame, Edith Montgomery (Lia Williams), takes a job at the local hospital and sets her sights on the doc. Sparks and rumors fly as patients crowd his office: a shouting oil rigger, the inept local constable, a woman who sees her dead husband’s ghost, and a man who eats his own hair. Facing all this, will Doc Martin leave Portwenn after all?
Contains graphic medical scenes.
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If you love British comedies, you will fall hard for this series - there are so many entertaining characters. And the quaint and beautiful Cornwall town is like a mini-vacation from a stressful day.
But the best is to see this man with barely any social skills try to show his love for the town schoolteacher - it is a marvel to see his face soften only when he looks at her.
I couldn't wait to find out what happened between Martin & Luisa so I jumped ahead to Series 4 & 5 (it does not disappoint!) - so now I'm going back in time to Series 1.
Indeed this series continues to delight me bring to my life a lot of enjoyable entertainment--it is so well written and, most of all, it is so well acted.
Do buy season 4 for it truly is very entertaining. As a previous reviewer, on this board suggested, you should get seasons 1-3 first because all of the episodes are "interconnected".
(I must add that at the end of series 4, we do kind of see Doc. Martin having some almost human emotions and I emphasize that he almost shows that he is really a real human--if the series continues will this "side" of him last? I doubt it and hope not.)
I hear rumors of an American version. Impossible to reproduce.Give up now. If only they would produce a few more seasons of the real thing or maybe a movie ...instead of destroying it with an American copy. Impossible without Martin Clunes and Caroline Catz.