Friends, Romans, Countrymen, don’t tell me you’ve never heard of the Roman Empire! The ancient Romans could be as civilised as they could be vicious, but their philosophy, politics and devotion to subterranean lava beings left naught to be desired.
Doc & Co are happy to leave the fate of humanity in the hands of half a dozen childlike primitives with a very limited musical repertoire
The Twelfth Doctor, Clara and a Viking girl he reverse-remembers meeting at a later date set up Home Alone traps for a Monty Python God
River marries a robot and pterodactyls prefer sandwiches in this timey-wimey romp!
An epic romp and the episode that should have been called “Just let it go to voicemail”
The Second Doctor and his companions Interrail through some of humanity’s greatest conflicts in Patrick Troughton’s final serial.
It’s Volcano Day in Pompeii and Peter Capaldi appears as the pater familias of the Cambridge Latin course while Karen Gillan worships freaking lava monsters!!
The Doc’s now a mere human; Susan should be in primary school; Barbara is her sister; and Ian just wants to tap-dance. What the actual f**k?!