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1.2 - Hounded

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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 2/5/16 1:53 am
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This was my favorite story in the set. It's told during the darkest time in World War II and deals with Churchhill's "Black Dog" a term Churchill used to describe his dark moods. However, it appears to take a literal turn as it shows up as a Hound of the Baskervilles type apparition.

The situation is so frightening that Churchill's private secretary summons the Tenth Doctor, who is taken custody. Overall, there's a great bit of mystery in this episode, some fun concecepts, and a great denouement that reveals much about Churchill's mind and the Doctor's.
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User Rating:
8
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8
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Reviewed By: PolarityReversalReview Date: 1/28/16 7:02 pm
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In the second installment of this series, Churchill recounts a story with him and the 10th Doctor. Once again, Ian McNeice fully takes on the character of Churchill and does a good job of reading the lines of the 10th Doctor. The episode goes on to cleverly explain Churchill's 'black dog'. This was a term that he used to explain his, depending on who you ask, either depression or reactions to sever anxiety and stress (which his life was wrought with). Again, McNeice takes upon the role of Churchill/Narrator/The Doctor, and does so in a way that does not break the narrative. The various characters are all well voiced and acted, and the story moves along at a good clip. In this story, there is brief reference to the prior episode which is the only reason I marked it as previous stories required.