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Nightmare of Eden: Part Two 

The unstable interphase of the two ships opens up unexpected passageways for dangerous monsters caged in an electronic zoo aboard the cruise ship to escape. Meanwhile, as an attempt is made... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Bromly

Writer:

Bob Baker (by)
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Episode cast overview:
Tom Baker ... Doctor Who
Lalla Ward ... Romana
Lewis Fiander ... Tryst
David Daker ... Rigg
Geoffrey Bateman ... Dymond
Jennifer Lonsdale Jennifer Lonsdale ... Della
Barry Andrews ... Stott
Geoffrey Hinsliff Geoffrey Hinsliff ... Fisk
Peter Craze Peter Craze ... Costa
Annet Peters Annet Peters ... Passenger (as Annette Peters)
Lionel Sansby Lionel Sansby ... Passenger
Peter Roberts Peter Roberts ... Passenger
Maggie Petersen Maggie Petersen ... Passenger
David Brierly ... K9 (voice) (as David Brierley)
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The unstable interphase of the two ships opens up unexpected passageways for dangerous monsters caged in an electronic zoo aboard the cruise ship to escape. Meanwhile, as an attempt is made to hook Romana on vraxoin, the Doctor discovers a mystery man aboard ship to whom he gives chase. Written by statmanjeff

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 December 1979 (UK) See more »

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Mono

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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This episode was watched by 9.6 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

Quotes

Fisk: Names and dates of birth. Come on, come on.
Romana: Romana.
Fisk: Romana who?
Doctor Who: Will you please listen? Someone aboard this ship is smuggling drugs.
Costa: Name and date of birth.
Doctor Who: Well, how would I know? I don't even know who he is, yet.
Costa: YOUR name and date of birth.
Doctor Who: Oh. Oh, well. I'm called the Doctor. Date of birth - difficult to remember. Sometime soon I should think.
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Oh dear.
12 December 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The opening episode wasn't great, but did at least have a few moments of interest, Part two really is a total shambles. Enter one of Doctor who's worst ever monsters, the Mandrels, they are quite honestly laughable.

We've just had Jodie Whittaker's first series, which has faced much criticism for being political, I would suggest people watch this one, and witness the very definite political message, vraxoin is definitely a metaphor for heroin, talk of drug mules profiteering etc.

I can't really find many positives, Lalla is at least taking it seriously, she must have felt it wasn't worth it, with all around her in panto. 4/10


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