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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/27/16 11:06 pm
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The Two Masters sees time itself breaking apart and the Geoffrey Beevers Masteroming to the Doctor for help to take down a far more intimidating opponent than the Doctor---his older self (Alex Macqueen)

This long-requested story delivers everything fans could hope for while being far more than a box-ticking exercise. Beevers and Macqueen both get a chance to shine and the Doctor is pushed to the side for most of the last two episodes to allow for this. The story's epic scope-the life of the universe and everyone who ever lived, is on the line in this story.

Macqueen qnd Beeverst do a superb job playing off each other. McCoy probably works better than any other Doctor would in this story, using some very shrewd strategy and taking advantage of the Masters' mistakes. I also liked Jemima and hope they are able to bring her back as a regular companion.

While the script could be a little continuity laden, it's a very good one that allows both the Doctor and the Masters to both find moments to shine.
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Reviewed By: jolyonReview Date: 6/27/16 5:37 am
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For your own sanity, do the first two parts of the trilogy before you get here. If you don't, you're missing out on a set up that irritated me and delighted me in equal measure. There's one mark off the ten only because this story doesn't stand alone.

By using Sylvester McCoy, we get to have a Doctor that nobody minds having relegated to the sidelines, so that our two Masters take centre stage. When they get together, it's everything you want it to be and more. I thought I would be rooting for one over the other, but the reality is that you just enjoy them both as the universe disappears around them.

The main range really is the place to be at the moment.
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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/26/16 10:42 pm
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Vienna goes into the belly of the beast-undercover inside Helping Hands Incorporated in her quest to fulfill her obligation to her client.

The story manages to keep us guessing with several fairly clever twists about her mission, corporate CEO Kensignton Fox, and who they can trust. It's not quite as a good as the prior two episodes, but the story reaches a satisfying conclusion and leaves me wanting more adventures with Vienna and Jexie.

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 6/26/16 10:32 pm
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The conclusion to the previous month's story, and it manages to carry on the momentum from the previous story quite nicely. There's less time for Romana in this episode, but this allows the guest cast to come into focus in a better way.

Overall, this was a very strong conclusion to the story and it managed to maintain the use of humor along with the serious undertones that made the first story such a great hook. It also clears up all the mysteries established in Part One quite nicely. A very good conclusion to one of the Fourth Doctor's best two release stories.

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