Doc Martin

Season 3 Episode 7

Happily Ever After

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Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 05, 2007 on ITV
8.6
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The day of Martin and Louisa's wedding arrives, and it is a catalogue of disasters from the beginning. The bridesmaid is injured, Martin wrestles with the drunk vicar and to top it all off, both Martin and Louisa are having doubts.
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  • The Doc and Louisa are going to marry, but everything that can go wrong, goes wrong.

    4.0
    First of all, I absolutely loved everything, that happened so far. But this was just sad! This has got to be the most disheartening series finale that I've ever watched. Everything goes wrong, the caterers ruin the catering, the florist gets arrested, the vicar breaks his hip, the bridesmaid goes into labour, but Martin and Louisa keep it up, right until the end, when they both don't go to church and thougt loving each other decide not to get married. So, there she goes in her wedding dress, down the road, after telling him "See you around". And he is just standing there and one of the best series that I've ever watched leaves me absolutely depressed and disheartened. Why did the writers decide to spoil everything that happened before. I can see that there would be difficulties to make that marriage work, but they should have tried. There should have been some hope, some silver lining on the horizon for Martin and Louisa. Now there is just a dead end.

    But I have to give it to the actors that they did a very convincing job, the acting was brilliant to the last moment. That's why it left me so depressed. They did the job, they made it fun to watch for a long time. But I feel that I won't be able to forgive the writers for that ending, I will never be able to enjoy the old episodes, because the ending can't be forgotten. Now there is no hope, there is just this doom that lies at the end of the road.moreless

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