Classic Who reviews
The Master summons a time pigeon and goes back to Atlantis where he finds a minotaur and other plot points.
Doc delivers a parcel and terraforming turns humanoids into Better-Zarbis, but then it turns out they were destined for greater things all along.
A Master and Commander, an Officer and a Gentleman, and Tonnes of Seamen. Behold the aquatic cousins of the Silurians!
Primitive aliens with no concept of technology or judicial proceedings want to join a galactic federation in this allegory of Britain’s entry into the EEC
Temporal paradoxes, vintage wines and the coolest tricycle chase ever!
The Master summons homicidal Morris Dancers, a Daemon and a gargoyle with a spring in his step to grant him godlike powers, and obviously everything goes wrong.
It’s Space Pocahontas, but with lubed-up wrists, tear-away paper calendars and mud wrestling!
Golden-haired, miracle-bearing cherubs descend from the heavens and no one suspects that they might have a hidden agenda.
Psychiatric treatment of criminals using an alien in a bucket? It’s got to be The Master!