Series 9 - Episode 7
Single White Bevy
Portwenn Online
A Magical Cornish Village
Doc Martin is
Director:  Nigel Cole
Writer:  Julian Unthank
Veterinarian Angela Sim visits the surgery after discovering a lump in her breast.  Martin does an
ultrasound and finds that it’s just a cyst, but he will follow up to make sure the swelling in her lymph
nodes goes down.  The young woman Louisa counseled returns asking for a chat.  She keeps coming
to Louisa for help and gradually starts changing her look to imitate Louisa.  She shows up in the
Ellingham’s kitchen one afternoon looking like Louisa’s twin and precipitates a chaotic series of events.  
Mrs Tishell’s niece is shadowing her at the chemist and tries to convince her aunt to update the way
she operates the chemist.  When Louisa shows up for her prescription and Mrs T is upstairs, the niece
fills the prescription, but misreads it and gives her the wrong medication.  Luckily, Martin notices the
mistake before Louisa takes any of it.  Buddy has not been himself and Louisa is worried that he is ill.  
After Louisa spends the night on the sofa with him, Martin checks him and rushes to take him to Angela
Sim.  When he gets there, she can barely see and he diagnoses her with cat scratch fever.  She checks
Buddy, feels a wound, and tells Martin he needs immediate surgery and that he will have to perform it
while she talks him through.  Bert and Caitlin are locked in the pub basement overnight and drink quite
a bit of whiskey to help calm Caitlin’s nerves, and by morning they seem to have developed a friendship.  
Janice arrives in the village for the upcoming wedding.
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Martin Clunes
Dr Martin Ellingham
Caroline Catz
Louisa Glasson
Eileen Atkins
Ruth Ellingham
Ian McNeice
Bert Large
Joe Absolom
Al Large
Jessica Ransom
Morwenna Newcross
John Marquez
PC Joe Penhale
Selina Cadell
Mrs Tishell
Elliott Blake
James Henry
Angela Curran
Caitlin Morgan
Caroline Quentin
Angela Sim
Robyn Addison
Janice Bone
Letty Thomas
Sarah Cardy
June Marlow
Milly Toomey
Bethany Degan