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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 5/11/16 10:09 pm
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The Fifth Doctor interacts with Jago and Litefoot, albeit indirectly through the Yesterday Box, a device that allows letters to be sent back in time altering the current time line. The story is one of Jonathan Morris' most madcap Jago and Litefoot tales as we get some key highlights including the first meeting between Jago and Litefoot (which neither knew about.) This is a solid plot gimmick that works for an entertaining episode.
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Reviewed By: kfb2014Review Date: 11/11/15 9:03 am
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What do you get when you cross Mary Poppins, with too much strong cheese before bedtime, that is a question that we need to ask of Mr Morris over the second story from series 10 of Jago & Litefoot. You see you get flying nannies with an almost vampiric desire. The intrepid two are thrust into the strange case of of a post box that allows both Jago and Litefoot to tell themselves in the past of what the future holds in order for them to avoid their inevitable consequences. I commented before how I was not overly impressed with this series release of the two supernatural/extra terrestrial investigators this goes a long way to diminish these worries, it has the feel from the off, of a much more on track Jago & Litefoot outing, you can also see the whole series 10 starting to take shape.