|Martin and Louisa's dinner at her cottage has |
just begun. He has just told her that she
looks very...busy and she seems to
understand what he really meant because
she says, "Thank you." Just then, there is a
knock at the door. It is the new neighbors,
the Oakwood family, and their evening
together is suddenly over.
|Martin comes by the school to tell Louisa to |
watch for signs of TB symptoms in her pupils.
She points out that he could have phoned her
with the information, but he says that he was
passing by. He sits on top of a student desk
across from her and looks like he is settling in
for a chat when the door opens and students
stream into the classroom.
|Martin and Louisa are standing outside her |
cottage door discussing the horrible parents
Sam has been burdened with. Martin has just
shocked not only Louisa, but himself by
saying that Louisa would make a "lovely
mother", when Anthony Oakwood shouts for
him to attend to Terri, who has just burned
herself with the green soup.