A Karl Marx lookalike delivers spiffing technobabble while time travel goes straight down the drain in this senseless yet hugely compelling serial.
It’s Rose’s last episode (sort of), with Sarcastic Daleks, a Doc who doesn’t give a damn, and a Tyler family reunion
Giant levers, office romance, and apparently everyone’s OK with ghosts
An old foe, older friends and a creepy guy entirely made of snakes.
Multiplying Daleks and surveillance fruit on the planet Vulcan? I’m in.
Doctor Who now has a hot niece, Ian’s been replaced by Bernard Cribbins and there’s plenty more Cushing for the pushing!
Rose is her own Deus Ex Machina, Jackie cashes in a dodgy favour, and we bid farewell to the 9th Doctor.
The Doc escapes from the Big Brother House, Rose knows basic arithmetics, and Captain Jack has an ass-gun.
The Doctor robs the Daleks, gains two companions, loses three, and then we even get an appearance by the monk. Epic!
The Doctor tries to save a life, then end it at all costs, while Rose takes the moral high-ground, and also gets a new boyfriend.