Gallifreyan CIA Agents force The Doctor to enter The Matrix where Skeletor is ready to ambush him in a quarry
Inexplicably intercepting a telepathic vision of the assassination of the Gallifreyan president, The Doctor arrives at the Panopticon, impersonates a parliamentary dignitary and rushes to the scene of the crime to be. Alas, he is on time and too late, and just as he handles a conveniently placed rifle, a shot is fired and the president gets a window-seat on the express train to Deadsville.
Facing torture and vaporisation without a trial at the hands of the civilised Time Lords, the companion-less Doctor does the only logical thing: he runs for office, thus buying himself some time to catch the real baddies and clear his name. Does this conspiracy reach all the way to the top? Will The Doctor have to enter The Matrix, where he’ll be subjected to maniacal miniature trains, a crocodile and guerrilla warfare? Does The Master have something to do with it? Stay tuned to find out.
And here’s the comparison of Peter Pratt and Geoffrey Beevers as The Master: