I've tasted every drink he's had. I was looking it up and I've got the same symptoms. Can you just let me concentrate on the road, please? Maybe I should go and see that doctor of yours. Give me a big ten! Well, Ellie, like I always say, it's what you do today that counts, not yesterday. You can take them down to the fundraiser - but don't forget to put their reins on, all right? Come on, put your backs into it! I'm I'm worried that it might be might be Parkinson's. That's when you're meant to start clapping and cheering. He hasn't blinked without me seeing it.
I don't want to hear any more from you. Here's your programme and ticket. I know, it's been a difficult decision as it's been such a privilege getting to know your children and watching them grow and making their brave new steps in the world. I want you to get into your gigs and go to the starting line. One two three Come on! Mel, he does seem a little worse for wear. It's just to help me get to and from college.
You could write me a reference though, if you wanted. It'll be good on the actual day. I wanted to have a word with him. I do hope you find someone. Then you can walk me back up there. And one of these for my little friend here. So Morwenna used to have a fear of rowing but fortunately that ship has sailed.
I think we're definitely getting better. Er I'd like some paracetamol, please. But we're so determined to make things right, we don't notice. Why didn't you see me about it? You met him this morning. You should go and see him.
If you want me to diagnose your condition, come to the surgery. Then I told everyone I was leaving, so there's no going back now. Actually why he had to leave London. It was just a cyst. He's in the stroke position, setting the rhythm.
Morwenna, I'd love to help but I've got this place, so The pub is gonna open later now. If you deal with it, can I row tomorrow? Do you have any of the following: tremors or stiffness, sight problems, cramps, difficulty swallowing, dribbling? And that's fine with you? He jabbed it with a needle, drained it, then collapsed. I can I can walk. She didn't know what she was saying. Not saying we'll need a miracle to catch up but I'd start praying now. Oh, Doc, wasn't there anything else you could do? What exactly is she saying? I mean, I wish I could, I really do but I need to look after the pub tomorrow, - especially as Dad's not so well.
If your phobia is out of control and you can't cope Nothing is out of control. The car almost went over my foot. I need to go and get changed. But it will need to stay bound for at least two weeks. Probably the only thing around here that doesn't float.
I don't know what that means. You do realise there'll be children singing and the whole thing will be ghastly, don't you? He's had it ever since he came here. Martin wakes up to an empty bed. That doctor passed out too. Oh, Graham fell over and knocked into it. She's stopping teaching to concentrate on her course.
It wasn't as big as that this morning. To be fair, Mrs Thompson, with all you've gone through, I'm amazed you even get up in the morning, let alone bake a cake. Come on, we're doing well. That's why I've come here, Doc. I was meant to get married this year, but my wife more or less left me at the altar.