"How do we change him back?"
Such impulsive words, which "Impossible Girl" companion Clara will eventually be forced to swallow as she, and we, learn to adjust to yet another fabulous new Doctor, the 12th in his incredible line. As Doctor Who devotees know, change is inevitable in the world of a Time Lord, and each regeneration brings a new personality and energy to the 50-year-old fantasy franchise.
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Question: Just wondering about Terra Nova and the rumors that they'll be shopping it around to another network. It took them pretty much forever to get the first season prepared, I'm assuming because of the special effects. If they wind up on another network, that probably means a smaller budget, faster production, fewer dinosaurs, more focus on the people, character-driven stories, etc. Right? Sounds entertaining to me. (I do confess, though Terra Nova struck me as a bit of a mess in some ways, I was looking forward to seeing how the story played out.)
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Martha Jones, you saved the world. The DoctorRight then! Here we are at the end of the third season of the new Doctor Who series and what a ride it has been to get here. First the Dalek raged war upon the human race, followed by the Cybermen (and Dalek) also raging war upon the human race. Who else could possibly top that duo of evil and wage war upon the human race again? The Master, thats who! And who exactly is needed to help put an end to the Masters reign of terror? A potential doctor: one Martha Jones.One year has passed since the events in the previous episode. The Doctor, Marthas family and Captain Jack are all still prisoners of the Master on the flying aircraft carrier Valiant. During this time, the Master with the help of his "children," the Toclafane, have conquered and enslaved the Earth. Labor camps have been set up with the purpose of building a fleet of ships and devices capable of decimating the universe in the process of setting ...
"This country has been sick. This country needs healing. This country needs medicine. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that what this country really needs right now is... a doctor." Prime Minister Harold Saxon (aka the Master)Since this episode is the (almost) culmination of all the clues, hints and cause/effects from many previous episodes of this season and prior (also from Torchwood), I decided to resort to a quick summary of the episode and then launch into my patented stream-of-consciousness observations. So here goes....The Doctor, Martha and Captain Jack all escape the Futurekind from last weeks episode, "Utopia," via Jacks previously defective Vortex Manipulator (The Doctors Sonic Screwdriver comes in handy, doesnt it?) and end up in 21st-century England searching for the Master. The TARDIS was reprogrammed by the Doctor before the Master TARDIS-napped it into only being able to travel between the last two destinations, which were 21st-century ...