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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 3/21/15 11:33 am
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Chronoclasm wraps up the season as we see the villainous behind it all. It's a thrilling and action packed story with some great twists including two Jago's and a time based solution. The only downside was that the villain's motive was meant to humanize him, but it's a little done to death. Overall, this was a fun story with Leela being a nice addition to the team, and the story ends with a hint of the excitement that awaits in Series 4.
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Reviewed By: Planet KlibignaitisReview Date: 7/3/11 8:03 am
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An enjoyable end to this latest, rather disappointing series. Although science fiction concepts have replaced the chills of old, there is much good humour here, and a more palpable threat.

It seems Leela might have left at the end of the story. Louise Jameson is always very good, but the character drags the duo down in my view, their fond bickering too often punctuated by stopping the action to explain to Leela the latest line of cockney slang she fails to understand. This gets sadly tiresome. Perhaps as a guest star in one story she would have been fine, but stretched over a whole series, it is too much.

Colin Baker's uncredited appearance at the end of 'Chronoclasm' threatens to further compromise the individuality of Jago and Litefoot and return it under the Doctor Who umbrella, although it seems Baker isn't actually playing the Doctor. If he is, what can we expect with the next box set? Nick Briggs as the Daleks?