Portwenn Online
A Magical Cornish Village
Doc Martin is
Standing Up
For Martin
Blood is Thicker
When Louisa's discussion with Sandra
Mylow, a herbalist, leads to her revealing
Martin's blood phobia, Sandra finds it very
funny and starts laughing.  Louisa then
interjects that he is a very, very good doctor.
On the Edge
After meeting Louisa's father, Martin
excuses himself and walks away.  Her
father says that he bets he's the life and
soul of the party.  Louisa tell him that he's
alright, he's just different.
In the meeting called by Gavin to go over
the complaints received against Martin,
Louisa takes issue with many of the people
who had lodged the complaints.  She then
tells Gavin that while she finds Dr Ellingham

a bit frustrating at times, the village is very
lucky to have him.
Happily Ever After
When Isobel asks what Martin is like, in the
face of Pauline's snarky remarks, Louisa
says, "He's straightforward.  He's moral.  
Always on My Mind
After Martin is very rude to Louisa and
Tricia when he has come to the school to
remove a small fishbone from a student's
throat, Louisa tells Tricia that she is sorry,
that he isn't normally that rude.  But then

she says that actually he IS normally that
rude, but that he also happens to be a

very good doctor.
The Departed
After his contentious visit to attend to Theo
Wenn, Martin leaves after giving terse
instructions to the parents.  Louisa had also
been called there by the Wenns and as she
leaves to follow Martin, she says, "You

know, Martin is a very, very good Doctor."  
Mrs Wenn's responds snarkily, "You're
carrying his child, aren't you?"
City Slicker
Martin has confronted the Oakwoods over
Sam's vandalism (not to mention the burning
badger).  Anthony tells Sam that some

people are precious about their
possessions.  Louisa jumps in and says
that Martin is not being "precious" about his
possessions, but that Sam needs to learn

the difference between right and wrong.
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Louisa marches up to Adrian Pitts, and in
front of a group of colleagues gives him a
dressing down and warning about ever bad
mouthing Martin again.