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This season, Ruth begins to feel uncomfortable, while one of Louisa's students blames her troubled stomach for a meal she took in Bert's restaurant and writes about her in the school magazine now. One day, Bert and Al seem to be angry, and they go see Luisa wanting to do something in these moments, while Martin talks about bringing James to the play group.
It's a rare thing but the pleasure of Doc Martin (ITV) is in the minor characters, the pepperings of humanity who surround Martin Clunes's borderline sociopathic central figure... But it goes off the rails when it strays from its quirky community beat.
The on-again, off-again relationship between Martin and Louisa was teased to the point of exasperation by writers... To some extent this continues even throughout Series Six, but the show seems to have rediscovered its rhythm.
This enduring hit for ITV is by now rather flat... Ultimately what redeems Doc Martin is Clunes's ability to show what one might call expressive deadpan. It's almost up there with Roger Moore's eyebrows.
February 05, 2019
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
This is a welcome return of this funny, warm, strange and completely engaging series after a long hiatus.