Doc needlessly spreads propaganda for the enemy, performs a regeneration fake-out and kills innocent dock workers in the last part of the Monk trilogy
It’s just another ordinary day on the tranquil streets of mind-foggy Monkdon Town. Crowds of sheeple goggle through the window of Magpie Electricals, drinking in Doctor-narrated visual soma in blissful acquiescence to Priti Patel’s totalitarian wet-dream goose-stepping all around them.
Bill and her mind’s-eye mug-minding mum are having none of it though, resisting the urge to believe the televised truth and walking the streets like Martha in Last of the Time Lords, clinging desperately to the hope that the Doctor has a plan beyond being Monk GB News’s lead anchor in perpetuity.
Just as all seems lost, enter Nardy, once again breathing because some time has passed, and handily equipped with a thing that out-things the thing the Monks are using. Off they sneak to the wild waters off Scotland where 12 lurks in a prison hulk, but can this rebel-bait be convinced to switch?