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The Good Karma Hospital
E6 of 6
Series 1 - Episode 6
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The plotlines couldn’t be more clearly signposted if they were painted on the side of a passing elephant, so when junior doctor Ruby announces she wants to take off travelling, you know that’s never going to happen. Most of the other loose ends are tied up like a neat set of sutures too, including Maggie Smart’s story, which may, surprisingly, bring a tear to the eye.
But while what is essentially “Exotic Marigold Hospital” is about as sophisticated as one of Greg’s beach bar cocktails, it’s been engaging and audience figures have been good. Surely there will be a second series?
The monsoon season is beginning, and as the first rains start to fall, the tension between Lydia and Ruby is reaching boiling point - driving the younger doctor to make a shocking decision. Maggie's health begins to decline dramatically, and Debbie is adamant that the family must return to the UK. However, Maggie remains determined to remain in India for the time she has left, and struggles to persuade her daughter to honour her last wishes. Conclusion of the medical drama, starring Amrita Acharia and Amanda Redman. Last in the series.
Cast & Crew
Dr Ruby Walker
Dr Lydia Fonseca
Dr Gabriel Varma
Dr Ram Nair
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