Doc Martin "The Wrong Goodbye" on WXXI-TV

Doc Martin "The Wrong Goodbye" on WXXI-TV

Thu, 08/26/2010 - 10:00pm

Caroline Catz as Louisa

Don't miss this nail-biting Season 4 finale!

Doc Martin "The Wrong Goodbye" encores Thursday, August 26 at 10 p.m. on WXXI-TV (DT21.1/cable 11/cable 1011).

Martin and Pauline are surprised by the number of patients coming to see him on the last day before his Surgery closes and he moves to London.

Taxi driver Tommy delivers a patient to the Surgery, but complains of migraine headaches himself. Martin checks him for any serious brain conditions, and tells him to make an appointment with the new doctor if the headaches continue.

Martin is driving out of Portwenn with the moving men when he sees Tasha fall from the Harbour Day stage. With a little bit of help from a guilty Bert and Al, he is able to diagnose Tasha’s medical condition, and is shocked to learn that she is married to taxi driver Tommy, and that he is driving Louisa to her hospital appointment. Louisa’s life is in danger.

Martin rushes after Louisa, finding her safe at the scene of a road accident caused by Tommy. Martin and Louisa help Tommy to a nearby inn where his medical condition can be treated; but due to her exertions, Louisa goes into premature labor.

Martin Clunes (Men Behaving Badly) returns for the fourth season of DOC MARTIN as the brash doctor Martin Ellingham, whose blunt opinions and tactless manner cause mayhem in a small Cornish community. Ellingham – once a celebrated London surgeon – flees from his position after developing a phobia to blood. After retraining as a general practitioner, Ellingham gets a job in the beautiful but sleepy village of Portwenn replacing their deceased local doctor. But his abrasive personality doesn’t exactly mesh with the pace of life in Cornwall.

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Doc Martin

It happens: you meet someone you are not too sure you're going to like. You wait, learn to adapt to the idiosyncrasies of your new acquaintance, and, before you know it, you are in LOVE!
Please let my new love, new friends, favorite show, stay in town!
I think Doc Martin is one of the best, most entertaining, and beautifully filmed shows out there. I hope there is a fifth season, and I will stay around long enough to watch all of it, as well as any re-runs you choose - I may be moving to the Cornish coast, if not.
Thanks for great programming, all around, but this one in special particular.
Sincerely,
a PBS fan since 1979,
Kathleen