Someone sent her a bouquet of flowers accompanied by a card with the one word ‘bitch’ – ouch, ouch, ouch. In a moment of difficulty, she drank wine alone in her kitchen, straight from the bottle – glug, glug, glug.
She gate-crashed her ex-husband’s wedding party and cried when her teenage son moved out. Things got so stressy at one point that she went into the garden to dissolve her wedding ring in a gallon of sulphuric acid – fizz, fizz, fizz.
And apart from that, Doctor Foster, how did you enjoy your trip to Parminster?
Last night, Suranne Jones returned as the melodramatic medic in BBC1’s second series of this unexpected hit. It wasn’t long before she was simmering like a forgotten kettle, exuding the kind of rage that suggested she was packing husband-hating, heat-seeking missiles in her voluminous bra.
Suranne Jones returned as the melodramatic medic in BBC1’s second series of this unexpected hit - and gate-crashed her ex-husband’s wedding party
In a moment of difficulty, she drank wine alone in her kitchen, straight from the bottle
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‘Anyone could be lying to me, and I wouldn’t know,’ she seethed. Ain’t that the truth, doc.
Two years ago, ten million viewers tuned in to watch the dinner party from hell dénouement in the first series, as Gemma Foster finally confronted her husband Simon (Bertie Carvel) over his affair with their friends’ 23-year-old daughter Kate (Jodie Comer).
In the final scenes, Slimy Simon and his pregnant mistress moved to London, leaving Gemma to pick up the pieces of her life. And initially, she seemed to be doing just fine.
The new series reveals that Gemma is now head of Parminster Medical Practice – unlikely, given her breaches of medical ethics in the past, but let’s not nitpick. Her nice, supportive friends are urging her onto dating websites and she appears to have a warm relationship with her teenage son, Tom.
After bearing the indignity of infidelity and abandonment, brave Gemma is healing. She has applied a cold compress onto her cuckquean’s fury and neatly stitched up her marital wounds – but it is all a façade.
When Simon and Kate get married and move back to Parminster, everything changes. And what ignites Gemma’s fury all over again is that they have not suffered in the way that