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7
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7
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Replay Rating:
7
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6
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Yes
Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/26/16 6:14 am
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

This Companion Chronicle is set right between "City of Spires," and "The Wreck of the Titan," as the Sixth Doctor and Jamie go to retrieve the TARDIS after the former adventure and are waylaid by a mysterious minister, who is far darker and far more dangerous than he appears.

This story makes for an enjoyable hour. While not terribly original, the script is interesting and explores Jamie's character and Hugh Ross is superb as the villain.
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User Rating:
8
Plot Rating:
8
Acting Rating:
9
Replay Rating:
8
Effects Rating:
8
Has Prerequisite(s):
No
Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/12/16 7:13 pm
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Doctor, Jamie, and Zoe land on a space station on an asteroid which is inhabited by some of the most intelligent and well-educated people in the galaxy and where a mental stimulant is sold like a steroid. The Doctor and Zoe are taken to a lab while Jamie sits around the station feeling out of place. Jamie finds out that the Megalomaniacal leader wants the Doctor and Zoe to work for him and that Jamie is surplus to requirements.

Probably the best story in the set as it really gives Jamie a chance to shine as he has to stay alive and save his friends while battling an evil genius who views Jamie as an idiot, thus confusing intelligence and knowledge while also discounting Jamie's other virtues.

The story is set between "The Space Pirates" and "The War Games" and does serve as a nice marker of Jamie's progress and life in the TARDIS.
From the Reviewer:
User Rating:
7
Plot Rating:
8
Acting Rating:
7
Replay Rating:
7
Effects Rating:
7
Has Prerequisite(s):
No
Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/12/16 6:55 pm
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Jamie is under the idea that all aliens are hostile after his long experience of nearly getting killed every time he faces one. He's having a heated argument with Zoe when the TARDIS crew run into the Integral, a group of alien who are trying to soothe people driven to mental illness by a computer game.

The story had a few moments when it got lost in technobabble or came off as condescending to Jamie. The story does get better in the second half, however, with a nice bit of turnabout in the end.
From the Reviewer:
User Rating:
8
Plot Rating:
8
Acting Rating:
8
Replay Rating:
8
Effects Rating:
8
Has Prerequisite(s):
No
Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 7/7/16 5:29 pm
0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Doctor, Victoria, and Jamie arrive on a mysterious world where researchers are trying to find what happened to a planet that should be thriving but is instead a dead world. Their histories include reports of monsters, something the scientists dismiss out of hand, but the Doctor warns that just because the monsters aren't here now, doesn't mean they never existed, and sure enough, they return.

For the second straight story, the Companion Chronicles offers us a strong character piece that looks in on the older Victoria who has a mysterious piece of paper that the Seventh Doctor bought off her, and we get to hear Victoria teaching Jamie to read. The concept is well-executed and intriguing to boot. So, this is a very solidly written and acted installment.

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