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What if Blade Runner had taken place on the set of Fort Boyard?

Our heroic protagonists arrive at a medieval monastery in the 22nd Century where a band of contractors are digging for super-potent subterranean acid.

To protect themselves from said acid, they use and control The Flesh, a rubbery gloop that produces disposable clones, fully equipped with memories, emotions and clothing.

But then the mother of all solar storms tsunamis the monastery and all cells break loose.

Who’s real? Who’s plastic? Just watch 5 minutes. It’s pretty obvious.

Here's what we think of N079 The Rebel Flesh

We rate Doctor Who stories on a scale from 0.0 to 5.0. For context, very few are excellent enough to merit a 5.0 in our minds, and we'd take a 0.0 Doctor Who story over a lot of other, non-Whovian stuff out there.

Leon | @ponken

2.9

Drew | @drewbackwhen

2.8

Marie | Not on twitter...

3.2

Jim | @jimmythewho

3.2

Here's what we think of N079 The Rebel Flesh

We rate Doctor Who stories on a scale from 0.0 to 5.0. For context, very few are excellent enough to merit a 5.0 in our minds, and we'd take a 0.0 Doctor Who story over a lot of other, non-Whovian stuff out there.

Leon | @ponken

2.9

Drew | @drewbackwhen

2.8

Marie | Not on twitter...

3.2

Jim | @jimmythewho

3.2

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