Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman: Season 4
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Mike and Sully return to Colorado Springs as happy newlyweds. As their family grows, so does the town with the emergence of the railroad and the first bank, and the couple faces new challenges on the American Frontier. From a frightening kidnapping to the birth of Michaela and Sully's daughter, these eight DVDs feature all 27 episodes from the fourth season of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
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This series is the continuing saga of Dr. Michaela Quinn, a medical doctor from a Brahmin Boston family from Beacon Hill, transplanted to Colorado Springs, which was then part of the frontier, in order to practice her profession. The series, thus far, takes place after the end of the Civil War.
The episodes are interesting on a number of fronts, both on its handling of the social issues of the times and the medical practices of the day. Moreover, all the recurring characters continue to develop and integrate themselves even more into the fabric of the episodes.
Yeoman performances are given by the beautiful and talented Jane Seymour in the starring role of Dr. Quinn, while Joe Lando continues in his role of eye candy Byron Sully, Dr. Quinn's soul mate and now husband. In season four, they are now expectant parents, adding a new dimension to their relationship, as well as to the show.
The writers of this show strive for authenticity of time and place. They also try to maintain the social mores of the time. They try to create a bridge between those social mores and our currently more permissive ones. It is not an easy task. Yet they admirably meet those constraints.
This is an excellent show for those who enjoy period dramas of the western frontier or even just a good, well-acted family saga.
Every episode feels well written. I was impressed how it touches my heart often compared to the shows nowadays that only happens near season finale.