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Nightmare of Eden: Part Four 

After succeeding in separating the two merged ships, the Doctor discovers the identities of the drug runners. He, Romana and K-9 endeavor to catch them cleverly while also avoiding both the... See full summary »

Director:

Alan Bromly

Writer:

Bob Baker (by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Tom Baker ... Doctor Who
Lalla Ward ... Romana
Lewis Fiander ... Tryst
Geoffrey Bateman ... Dymond
Barry Andrews ... Stott
Jennifer Lonsdale Jennifer Lonsdale ... Della
Geoffrey Hinsliff Geoffrey Hinsliff ... Fisk
Peter Craze Peter Craze ... Costa
Sebastian Stride Sebastian Stride ... Crewman
Eden Phillips Eden Phillips ... Crewman
David Brierly ... K9 (voice) (as David Brierley)
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After succeeding in separating the two merged ships, the Doctor discovers the identities of the drug runners. He, Romana and K-9 endeavor to catch them cleverly while also avoiding both the excise men wanting to shoot them and the marauding mandrels just wanting to kill anyone in sight. Written by statmanjeff

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 1979 (UK) See more »

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Mono

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This episode was watched by 9.4 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

Quotes

Doctor Who: Romana, you've got 2 minutes, 58 seconds to rebuild this machine.
Romana: What? This?
Doctor Who: Yes.
Romana: The CET?
Doctor Who: Yes.
Romana: Are you joking?
Doctor Who: Do I look as if I'm joking? Well?
Romana: [sighs] Well... I'll need a screwdriver.
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Don Brennan goes to a Disco.
12 December 2018 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

It's not been the most enjoyable watch, but alas Night are of Eden comes to an end. Part four I can only describe as a comedy caper come pantomime. Great ideas and concepts of course, but all other elements are poor. The acting is wooden, the direction is flat, and Graham Williams clearly had no control over Tom, allowing him to run riot, which he does.

Why in Earth did they dress the guards up in black sequined suits, as they look ridiculous, but fortunately their blushes are spared by the Mandrels, who are sent back to La la land by the Doctor, who takes on the role of the pied Piper.

Best line is Tom telling Tryst to go away.

It's a shambles in general, Part 4 is just silly. 5/10


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