Interstellar war, a lunar prison break and Roger Delgado’s final appearance as The Master
The Master summons a time pigeon and goes back to Atlantis where he finds a minotaur and other plot points.
A Master and Commander, an Officer and a Gentleman, and Tonnes of Seamen. Behold the aquatic cousins of the Silurians!
Having watched and discussed all of the Tenth Doctor episodes, we hereby contemplate the highs and lows of not only the David Tennant era, but of an epoch defined by Russell T Davies
Far too many farewells pepper The Tenth Doctor’s long-awaited yet sadly poor departure.
The Master returns with a ridiculous plot to end life on Earth as we know it, and even Barack Obama shakes his head at this one.
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!