Martin has decided he will be the one to move out of the surgery to allow Louisa the space she needs, which Louisa does really appreciate.
Louisa is intrigued to meet Martin’s therapist, Dr Rachel Timoney (Emily Bevan), but is not quite so happy when Rachel suggests that they should have therapy as a couple, instead of Martin having it on his own. Aunt Ruth (Dame Eileen Atkins), however, manages to persuade Louisa that being a part of it will allow her a chance to defend herself - if she needs to.
Janice’s (Robyn Addison) babysitting of James Henry does not get off to the best of starts, but fortunately PC Penhale (John Marquez) is around to help her out.
After his disastrous lobster special evening, Bert (Ian McNeice) disappears, and his son Al (Joe Absolom) is very concerned when Ruth tells him about Bert’s behaviour, and when he finds out there are bailiffs at the restaurant.
Mrs Tishell (Selina Cadell) is concerned that Martin will not be able to look after himself living on his own, so decides that she is the best person to help him.
The new Portwenn Radio DJ, Melanie (Rosie Cavaliero), is trying to revitalise the station with a healthy eating week segment, and tries to get Martin involved. But she ends up getting more than she bargained for when Martin has to perform an operation live on the air.
Found HERE on ITV's site.
I hope they explore Louisa's background more because she clearly has issues of her own to deal with. I like Martin and her as a couple but IMO the fact that she was attracted to Martin in the first place shows at she's emotionally damaged in her own way. Martin has always been socially awkward and emotionally detached from people around him yet she started a relationship with him anyways, why?ReplyDelete