Some thoughts I have [SPOILERS]:
--Sister Ross King has three suitors and almost as many proposals by the end of the first episode. One of which comes from a soldier as she's tending his wounds in the hospital. Her response is "what about my [nursing] work?!" Girl, just say, 'dude, I'm just not that into you' (because you aren't!) or whatever the 1915 version of that is.
--Later Sister Ross King is all in for Lt. Moffitt, but I'm holding out hope that she ends up with Major Leopold by series end. Something about the dialog during his second proposal reminds me of Mr. Darcy (from Pride and Prejudice), which I take as a sign that I may have finally watched one too many British period dramas, but I DON'T CARE.
--All Sister Cooke does is follow her wounded husband from hospital to hospital and back to Australia and then back again to war. I'm over these shenanigans by about episode three, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised BECAUSE THAT'S WHY SHE JOINED UP IN THE FIRST PLACE. Then she gets all bent out of shape when he expects her to take leave on a whim's notice to meet his parents in London with him. Girl, you made your bed, now lie in it--this is what you've been doing all war long, so don't be surprised when he's come to expect it.
--Sad to see Sister Haynes go back to Australia with her husband, even though it is technically a happy ending for them because he can no longer serve in the Army due to injuries. She was my favorite nurse, and I would totally watch the Sister Haynes Dooley show.
If you're a fan of war movies or mini-series, I recommend you try out this one. Despite its shortcomings, it shares the stories of the capable women who served, and we don't often hear these stories. Also if you're a die-hard fan of British period dramas, you may also like this mini-series.
--Reviewed by Ms. Angie