Doctor Who regenerates into a one-off on the little big screen and heads across the pond in our very last Classic Who review
Seven has dispensed with his companions to catch up on some light time travel-themed reading at Home Alone, but little does he know that a Phantom Menace is lurking in his old frenemy The Master’s funeral casket holding a Secret of the Ooze.
Forced to make an emergency landing in San Francisco in 1999, with consummate English naiveté Doc steps through the door without a Bodyguard into the middle of a Chinatown gangland turf war and, Twister, is instantly felled by a hail of Good Ol’ American bullets.
Doctor can Dolittle as he’s taken to Hospital where Pretty Woman Grace Holloway, utterly Clueless as to his anatomy, tries to Patch Adams him back up but it’s A Time to Kill, a Mission: Impossible to save him, and sadly he expires in the process.
A new McGanning is upon him, however, and his Sixth Sense tells him the Master, dressed as a Man in Black, is spreading True Lies and plotting Armageddon. With the Eye of Harmony wide open Earth may never see Daylight and Doc and Grace with The Remains of the Day must ensure Tomorrow Never Dies before The Master makes him Die Hard 2: Die Harder.
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