DOC Martin fans are all making the same complaint about the final ever episode.
The hit medical drama aired its final episode last night after 10 series.
The ITV series came to an end a few weeks ago, but fans were treated to one last hoorah with the Christmas Special.
During the show viewers saw GP Martin Ellingham, who is played by Martin Clunes, respond to an emergency callout.
He treated a patient who had sustained head and leg injuries after a fall.
While caring for the woman, there was light snowfall.
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Dr Ellingham then received another emergency call and dashed to the casualty.
However, while on his way the weather suddenly changed for the worse.
Martin was caught up in a snow blizzard and he crashed his car during the storm.
After suffering hypothermia and hallucinating about his dead mother, Martin still managed to reach his patient.
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But viewers were quick to callout the continuity error when it came to the weather.
One said: "Loving the #Christmas episode of #DocMartin despite the continuity errors.. #Metallic? #Acidic? Sun and snow? Still love it…”
Another said: “There was no snow when she let the turkey out! #docmartin.” A fourth @DylWynWil added: "Snowmachine City #DocMartin #Kernow."
“And from a few flakes to entire snow covered roads in the same length of time #DocMartin," said a third.
While a fourth posted: "That turkey must be very confused, he went from being in the back of the car on the way to the butchers, to strolling around the countryside on a lovely summers day, to being caught in deep snow and a blizzard, in about 15 minutes. #DocMartin."
Doc Martin is available to stream now on ITVX.
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