Doctor Who Season 13 (1975)

Doctor Who Season 13 Review

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Doctor Who Season 13 Review

The thirteenth season of Doctor Who is an improvement upon its predecessor, but still far from a great season.

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Something’s going on contrary to the laws of the universe.

I must find out what

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Doctor Who Season 13 Review

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Terror of the Zygons is entirely forgettable. The setting of Scotland is interesting, but other than that I am not a fan of this story. And I have to say that I still do not care for Tom Baker’s performance and I find this Fourth Doctor quite irritating.

Planet of Evil is better than the above serial, but not all that memorable either and I am personally not a fan of this period in Doctor Who history as it relies too much on horror instead of fantasy and science fiction. Maybe if the horror elements were great, I would care, but the strong atmosphere is mostly just not there.

Pyramids of Mars is undoubtedly one of the best serials in this season. That’s because for once it does something different by giving us a pseudo-historical story which proposes that Ancient Egyptians built the Pyramids with the help of aliens. I find this particular theory interesting and thus this story suited me.

The Android Invasion deals with interesting, though familiar ideas, but the execution is just not strong enough to make it thrilling and this story definitely needed to be entertaining given its great potential for sci-fi thrills.

The Brain of Morbius is once again a forgettable story which relies way too much on ‘Frankenstein’ and is unfortunately a pale imitation of it in terms of storytelling and atmosphere.

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Doctor Who Season 13 Review

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The Seeds of Doom is not great, but it is still very good as this environmental, cautionary and mostly quite involving tale with solid special effects and a couple of good character moments for the Doctor and Sarah.

In the end, we bid goodbye to UNIT in this season which was certainly sad as I liked that group of characters, but other than that, it remains an uneventful season with Tom Baker being ineffective in the most important role and with too many horror, classic movies influenced storylines which did not work as well as they should have.

 

Worst Serials: Terror of the Zygons and The Android Invasion.

Best Serials: Pyramids of Mars and The Seeds of Doom.

 

Worst Episodes: Terror of the Zygons Part 1, Terror of the Zygons Part Two, The Android Invasion Part Two and The Android Invasion Part Three.

Best Episodes: Pyramids of Mars Part One, Pyramids of Mars Part Two, The Seeds of Doom Part Five and The Seeds of Doom Part Six.

My Rating – 3.6

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Doctor Who Season 12 (1975)

Doctor Who Season 12 Review

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Doctor Who Season 12 Review

The twelfth season of Doctor Who is a solid, but weaker one which introduces the Fourth Doctor in a not so memorable manner.

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But if I kill, wipe out a whole intelligent lifeform,

then I become like them.

I’d be no better than the Daleks

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Doctor Who Season 12 Review

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Let’s first talk about Tom Baker as the Doctor. He is going to play the role for the longest period of time and I am just not a fan, at least for now. He was silly and unlikable at first but he became better as the season progressed. Still, I think he is pretty bland for now on and I hope he gets more interesting in later seasons.

Robot is very bluntly and easily titled and it is a solid introduction to the new Doctor though he is unlikable at first as I said above. The story has some moving and smart moments, but not nearly as enough as this particular script demanded.

The Ark in Space is actually pretty awesome as this very groundbreaking and influential episode about insectoid and parasitic aliens. The entire story is fun to follow and it has a couple of creepy scenes thus effectively fulfilling on its horror premise. It was obviously a giant influence on ‘Alien’.

The Sontaran Experiment is actually one of the shortest serials so far clocking in at just two episodes which is a result of this season’s introduction of just twenty episodes and no more. It works as it is much more engaging and entertaining, but still a bit rushed and too action-packed excursion. I would say that three or four-episode format is the best for this show.

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Doctor Who Season 12 Review

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Genesis of the Daleks is by far the finest Dalek-related serial so far!. I really enjoyed it as it has no Daleks at all and even though their creator was annoying, at least it was well explained how they came to be and I absolutely loved the Doctor’s moral question of whether or not to prevent them from ever arriving on the scene. It is a sometimes weak and long, but mostly very good origin story for these iconic Doctor Who villains.

Revenge of the Cybermen, on the other hand, is easily the worst serial here with not that great use of the Cybermen and a tired and uninspired storyline.

So in the end, I liked some of the stories here quite a bit and I liked that this season was shorter in length, but still it remains a weaker and just solid season plus the Fourth Doctor is really not my cup of tea.

 

Worst Serial: Revenge of the Cybermen.

Best Serial: The Ark in Space.

 

Worst Episodes: Revenge of the Cybermen Part One, Revenge of the Cybermen Part Two and Revenge of the Cybermen Part Three.

Best Episodes: The Ark in Space Part Two, The Ark in Space Part Three and The Ark in Space Part Four.

My Rating – 3.5

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Doctor Who Season 11 (1974)

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Doctor Who Season 11 Review

Unfortunately the Third Doctor went on a weaker note as the eleventh season of Doctor Who is weaker than most of the previous ones from this era.

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Oh, not again.

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Doctor Who Season 11 Review

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The Time Warrior is by far the best story here and the only truly good, even great serial. To me the historical stories of Doctor Who fully work when mashed with the science fiction elements and this one did just that – it is set in the Middle Ages with the alien crashing on Earth. The action and dialogue are both stellar and this serial is never boring and flows really well which is more than could be said about the rest of them here. I also loved the attention to detail in recreating its time period especially in the brute behavior or those Dark Ages men.

Invasion of the Dinosaurs is best when not dealing with its titular creatures ironically enough. I thought the overall story was fine and the dialogue was again pretty good, but the dinosaurs looked awful and very dated. The action here is mediocre.

Death to the Daleks is another Dalek-centric story and of course I disliked it. I was bored tremendously by it as it was very slow in pace and not particularly eventful. Again the robots were annoying and the action is silly.

The Monster of Peladon is a solid sequel. Again we visit Peladon and to solid results. I liked the various alien species and conversations they had with the Doctor. The politics here were pretty interesting and the overall storyline was well imagined and told.

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Doctor Who Season 11 Review

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Planet of the Spiders is not a bad serial by all means as it has its moments such as some near the beginning and of course the regeneration in the end was memorable but not unforgettable. This serial was not the best choice to end the Third Doctor Era as it did not give him good enough conclusion which he certainly deserved. As for Sarah Jane Smith, I had to say that I liked her. Not nearly enough as Joe, but she is bright, brave and fun enough that the scenes between the two were quite energetic and endearing.

Overall, this eleventh season has its moments, but is mostly a weaker end to the best doctor so far with not that great final serial which needed to have been much better. It is solid, but inferior to most of the previous seasons.

Worst Serial: Death to the Daleks.

Best Serial: The Time Warrior.

Worst Episodes: Death to the Daleks Part One, Death to the Daleks Part Two, Death to the Daleks Part Three and Death to the Daleks Part Four.

Best Episodes: The Time Warrior Part One, The Time Warrior Part Two, The Time Warrior Part Three and The Time Warrior Part Four.

My Rating – 3.5

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Doctor Who Season 10 (1973)

Doctor Who Season 10 Review

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Doctor Who Season 10 Review

After the previous lackluster season, the tenth season is a return to form for Doctor Who with most of the stories being very good.

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Oh, so you’re my replacements. Huh. A dandy and a clown

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Doctor Who Season 10 Review

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The Three Doctors is a very silly and flawed series, but undeniably one of the most entertaining thus far. I wanted to see more of William Hartnell in it but he got one amazing, hilarious line nonetheless. The plot is weaker and this was just an excuse to see Jon Pertwee and Patrick Troughton go at it and the results are more than funny enough to make you forgive all of the silliness.

Carnival of Monsters started off very strongly, but did not end up all that great. It had an intriguing monster mayhem premise, but the execution is weaker owing to very weak early 70s special effects. It is again a silly, overly heavy on action serial.

Frontier in Space is without any doubt the highlight of this season as it is absolutely terrific. It is in fact probably my favorite serial so far out of any Doctor Who season! Why is it so great? Well, mostly because it is incredibly engaging and fun from beginning to end it never lags despite a high number of episodes. The highlight was seeing Joe fight the Master and the episode in which Joe and the Doctor worked together to trick the Master was so great. The story features excellent alien dynamics, an epic tone to it and phenomenal action and dialogue.

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Doctor Who Season 10 Review

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Planet of the Daleks is, you guessed it, the worst serial here. I continue to dislike these ridiculous robots and here I was particularly annoyed because I expected that at least the Third Doctor will not succumb to ridiculous fights with the Daleks and he did unfortunately and the results are silly, poorly executed and very frustrating.

The Green Death is the second strongest serial here. It is fittingly environmentally conscious given its time period and although the computer angle is awfully dated, it was still quite a lot of fun. Those mutated giant maggots are phenomenal as for once the special effects are great, especially for its time, and the action is so well executed with that horror scene where one of them attacks being highly memorable.

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Doctor Who Season 10 Review

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The whole story is very uneven, but highly competent and memorable. And of course seeing Joe leave was heartbreaking. I have to say that Joe Grant is the best Doctor Who companion after Ian and Barbara. She was very courageous and competent without ever losing sight of her innocence, femininity and charm. I absolutely adored the father-daughter relationship between the two. She is such a sweet, lovable companion and I am certainly going to miss her terribly.

Overall, this season is a highly competent, solid one with a couple of weaker serials, but with a couple of great, unforgettable and so well executed stories. The Doctor, Master and especially Joe are absolutely phenomenal here and I am so sad to see Joe go.

Worst Serials: Carnival of Monsters and Planet of the Daleks.

Best Serials: Frontier in Space and The Green Death.

Worst Episodes: Planet of the Daleks Episode Three, Planet of the Daleks Episode Four, Planet of the Daleks Episode Five and Planet of the Daleks Episode Six.

Best Episodes: Frontier in Space Episode Two, Frontier in Space Episode Three, Frontier in Space Episode Four and The Green Death Episode Six.

My Rating – 3.8

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Doctor Who Season 9 (1972)

Doctor Who Season 9 Review

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Doctor Who Season 9 Review

The ninth season of Doctor Who is the weakest season thus far which is too forgettable and typical in most of its episodes.

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Perhaps the Doctor will be able to explain

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Doctor Who Season 9 Review

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Day of the Daleks is the first of the five serials in this season and it is pretty dull as I have never been a fan of the Daleks and I am certainly not a fan of them here as this story is one of their most uninspired.

The Curse of Peladon is actually rather solid, though again far from great. None of the serials in this season are great really. I certainly liked how fun and adventurous this story is, but I wasn’t a fan of its convoluted nature with too many aliens and not enough real substance.

The Sea Devils introduces the titular aliens to us the viewers. They are the cousins of the Silurians but much less memorable or creepy. This story is another stronger serial here with a pretty fun nature to it, but again too silly to be taken seriously or to be remembered later on.

The Mutants is well made and with pretty solid effects and I guess that the story had promise, but it is again the case of style over substance with an excess of action and not enough meat in terms of storytelling or characterization.

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Doctor Who Season 9 Review

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The Time Monster is definitely the weakest serial here with a particularly silly story with many ridiculous scenes and it is infamous for having some pretty mediocre dialogue and silly action sequences.

So in the end, I really did not care for this season of Doctor Who. It is certainly the weakest thus far and the only Doctor Who season so far that I rated below 3.5. I liked some episodes, but most were not all that great and the Doctor himself is surprisingly and very unfortunately restrained here.

Worst Serial: The Time Monster.

Best Serial: The Curse of Peladon.

Worst Episodes: The Time Monster Episode One, The Time Monster Episode Three, The Mutants Episode Two and The Mutants Episode Four.

Best Episodes: The Curse of Peladon Episode Two, The Curse of Peladon Episode Three, The Sea Devils Episode One and The Sea Devils Episode Two.

My Rating – 3.3

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Doctor Who Season 8 (1971)

Doctor Who Season 8 Review

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Doctor Who Season 8 Review

The eighth season of Doctor Who is another strong season which is on par with the previous season in terms of quality.

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I am usually referred to as the Master.

Oh? Is that so?

Universally

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Doctor Who Season 8 Review

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In Terror of the Autons we get acquainted with the Master for the very first time. He appears in every single serial of this season which was a bit too much and he is better off in smaller usages. I love his character as he is the first true villain of the show. He is smart and gentlemanly just like the Doctor which makes their squaring off all the more fun. This story underutilizes the Autons themselves, but the Master is great in his first role and this is such an entertaining serial.

The Mind of Evil is a solid serial which again makes use of the Master who is again memorably menacing and amusing. However, this serial not great owing to its underutilized, weakly paced and ultimately not as well crafted or engaging story.

The Claws of Axos is the weakest serial here. It has an intriguing premise and is overall not bad and is passable, but this is one of those dated Doctor Who stories which rely on horror on special effects a bit too much and to campy results.

Colony in Space is quite good. Certainly we’ve seen these types of political storylines before, but this is a solidly executed story about colonists in space and I particularly liked the dialogue and the role of the Doctor here.

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Doctor Who Season 8 Review

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The Daemons definitely got campy and way too silly in its last two episodes but the ending is very sweet and endearing and all of the previous episodes are absolute winners in my book owing to such a well crafted, detailed storyline with a great mystery to it so well executed and that witch lady was certainly very memorable and well developed.

Overall, this eighth season of Doctor Who has its weaker stories, but all of its serials are at least okay with the two of them being great. The Doctor is once again great and the Master is an awesome, unforgettable and highly amusing villain. Roger Delgado and John Pertwee’s performances are great and they play off each other so well and create a terrific dynamic.

Worst Serial: The Claws of Axos

Best Serials: Terror of the Autons and The Daemons.

Worst Episodes: The Claws of Axos Episode One, The Claws of Axos Episode Two and The Daemons Episode Four.

Best Episodes: Terror of the Autons Episode One, Terror of the Autons Episode Four, The Daemons Episode One and The Daemons Episode Two.

My Rating – 3.9

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Doctor Who Season 7 (1970)

Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

The seventh season of Doctor Who is one of the best so far with an excellent new approach to the series and many good episodes.

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Pompous, self-opinionated idiot,

I believe you said, Doctor?

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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This is the first color season of Doctor Who and the first in which John Pertwee appears. He is excellent as the Third Doctor, very memorable and funny even at times. He is definitely an improvement over both Troughton and Hartnell. I really liked him in this season and I expect more great things from him in the future. I also really liked how the show went into darker and more serious territory with this season and with less episodes (25) it led to better quality serials.

The first of four serials is Spearhead from Space which is truly an excellent serial. It has such a well crafted, genuinely engaging storyline with a great horror approach to it with some creepy scenes with the Autons and which is restrained in the usage of the doctor but is a very good introduction to this new version of him. But it’s even better as an introduction to his new companions Liz Shaw and Brigadier.

I really liked both of them. He is memorable as this tough, cynical young man and I loved the relationship between the two and Liz is of course such an admirably strong, capable female character. I love both of them and they are the only Doctor Who companions after Ian and Barbara whom I really liked.

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Doctor Who and the Silurians is honestly undone by its terrible visuals. The Silurians‘ costumes are just horrible and I could see that there were humans beneath them and thus the creep factor was ruined for me. And the way they talked was also too silly.

But the plot, although somewhat typical for the show, is still very well crafted and I liked the moral dilemmas presented here and the relationship between the two species is very well conveyed. The highlights in this serial were the first scenes when the Silurians were on the killing spree. Those were excellent and quite menacing because we haven’t yet seen their mediocre looks. I really enjoy the emphasis on horror in this new Doctor Who.

The Ambassadors of Death is by far the weakest serial in this seventh season and the only one I didn’t care for. That’s because they somehow failed to execute an otherwise very interesting premise. The atmosphere is lacking, the serial is overlong and it was just not all that involving or memorable to me which was certainly a shame.

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Inferno is another truly great serial which certainly is overlong and packed with too many ideas as it is both a zombie and a parallel universe story. However, I ended up loving it mostly owing to that another dimension which featured great Liz and Brigadier who were quite different and villainy in this version. I loved how the doctor had to struggle in this story and I loved how they had the chance to literally destroy the entire world and that imminent panic and doom was very well conveyed. As far as these types of alternate universe stories go, this one is a winner in my book.

Overall, the seventh season of Doctor Who is a winner. Certainly most of the serials here are overlong and some episodes were just not as interesting, but most are either good or excellent with an excellent new approach to the show with more horror, seriousness and it is back to emotional and humorous roots of the First Doctor era with the new companions Liz and Brigadier being fantastic and the Third Doctor being great.

Worst Serial: The Ambassadors of Death.

Best Serials: Spearhead from Space and Inferno.

Worst Episodes: Doctor Who and The Silurians Episode 7, The Ambassadors of Death Episode 1 and The Ambassadors of Death Episode 2.

Best Episodes: Spearhead from Space Episode 3, Spearhead from Space Episode 4, Inferno Episode 4 and Inferno Episode 7.

My Rating – 3.9

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Doctor Who Season 6 (1968)

Doctor Who Season 6 Review

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Doctor Who Season 6 Review

The sixth season of Doctor Who is another flawed but solid one which I prefer over the previous two seasons owing in big part to its last great serial.

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Your appearance has changed before,

it will change again. That is part of the sentence

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Doctor Who Season 6 Review

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The Dominators is not particularly memorable or exciting. It definitely has a very interesting premise that could have been well utilized but it wasn’t and consequently we are left with another forgettable alien species.

The Mind Robber is actually rather interesting and the most different and refreshing Doctor Who story in quite a while. I am of course talking about its genre which is fantasy and that is something this sci-fi show usually did not set out to do. It is a silly story with famous book characters coming to life, but in all its silliness there is definitely a certain weird charm and I enjoyed it.

The Invasion is another typical Cybermen storyline which benefits from raised stakes and higher danger, but that danger is ruined by their unwillingness to show us the titular enemies and thus the story is filled with too much dialogue and not enough action.

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Doctor Who Season 6 Review

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The Krotons is an entirely forgettable serial. It started off with a somewhat interesting episode with pretty solid atmosphere, but it ended up being boring and typical with another dose of silly aliens with silly designs to them.

The Seeds of Death could have been pretty good as it has a good use of the Moon and a pretty solid premise, but it ultimately became preoccupied with the Ice Warriors and these creatures were used a bit too much for my own liking.

The Space Pirates is an entirely silly affair which definitely could be fun, but I couldn’t judge it properly owing to it being missing. Only the second episode survives and it is solid, but the other five are unfortunately lost.

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Doctor Who Season 6 Review

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The War Games is one of the best serials so far without a doubt. It has a very a good use of World War I and it is a very entertaining story that is unfortunately done by its high number of episodes with ten being just too much. But it is still such a good story and I loved its finale where the doctor was sentenced to exile on Earth and regenerated into a different form. I am definitely looking forward to the new doctor and I have to say that the second one grew on me a bit during this season, but I still do prefer the first one much more.

Overall, the sixth season of Doctor Who has its fair share of silly and forgettable serials, but some are great and the final one is one of the best stories so far and one of the finest finales for sure.

Worst Serials: The Dominators and The Krotons.

Best Serials: The Mind Robber and The War Games.

Worst Episodes: The Dominators Episode 2, The Dominators Episode 3, The Krotons Episode 3 and The Krotons Episode 4.

Best Episodes: The Mind Robber Episode 2, The Mind Robber Episode 4, The War Games Episode 9 and The War Games Episode 10.

My Rating – 3.5

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Doctor Who Season 5 (1967)

Doctor Who Season 5 Review

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Doctor Who Season 5 Review

The fifth season of Doctor Who is another weaker season and I continue to not care for Patrick Troughton’s turn in this role.

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I wouldn’t leave you in the tender mercy of Salamander

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Doctor Who Season 5 Review

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The Tomb of the Cybermen is one of the best serials here without a doubt as it has the best use ever of the Cybermen, at least thus far. It benefits from a mysterious, atmospheric approach to its storytelling and it is a very well crafted, mostly quite engaging story.

The Abominable Snowmen has a good, interesting twist where we realize that the Yeti are actually extraterrestrial robots. But other than that twist, the episode that is not missing here, only the second one, isn’t particularly involving.

The Ice Warriors is one of those typical, archaic Doctor Who stories. It was forgettable to me and entirely uninvolving and too convoluted. This season was obsessed with ice and mountains a bit too much and that setting is not well utilized here.

The Enemy of the World is easily the finest serial of this fifth season because it is quite refreshing and original. For once, we got a political, spy thriller which we haven’t seen before. The Salamander is such a great antagonist and the shape-shifting is put to great use here. These episodes are dramatic, thrilling and with a lot of fun twists.

The Web of Fear is the continuation of The Abominable Snowmen and it’s again entirely forgettable and uninspired. Of all the stories the series got, I do not know why they decided to produce a sequel to this one.

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Doctor Who Season 5 Review

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Fury from the Deep sounds like a very interesting, fun and atmospheric parasitic tale, but unfortunately it is the only entirely missing serial here. The Wheel in Space, on the other hand, has its surviving episodes (two to be exact), and they are not all that interesting out of context. This is a proof that you need all episodes for the context and thus I could not judge this one properly.

In the end, this season of Doctor Who is pretty much on par with the previous one. Some serials are great, but the majority are forgettable, boring and uninspired and I continue to be entirely unimpressed by Patrick Troughton’s performance and I am just not a fan of the Second Doctor personally.

Worst Serials: The Abominable Snowmen and the Web of Fear.

Best Serials: The Tomb of the Cybermen and The Enemy of the World.

Worst Episodes: The Abominable Snowmen Episode 2, The Web of Fear Episode 4 and The Web of Fear Episode 6.

Best Episodes: The Tomb of the Cybermen Episode 1, The Tomb of the Cybermen Episode 2, The Enemy of the World Episode 5 and The Enemy of the World Episode 6.

My Rating – 3.5

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Doctor Who Season 4 (1966)

Doctor Who Season 4 Review

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Doctor Who Season 4 Review

The fourth season of Doctor Who is another difficult season to judge after the third one.

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There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible things,

things which act against everything that we believe in. They must be fought

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Doctor Who Season 4 Review

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The same applies here as the previous time. Literally the same. Only 10 episodes survive out of 43 which really does not provide me good context for this review, but I will try my best. So the first serial is The Smugglers and it is unfortunately entirely missing. It was I presume a fun pirate-centric episode.

The second serial is The Tenth Planet. It isn’t the greatest story although it does have its moments. Here the First Doctor, William Hartnell, leaves us which is unfortunate as I prefer him over Patrick Troughton, at least thus far. The Second Doctor just isn’t as interesting or as memorable so far.

The Power of the Daleks is missing and I guess it was a more sinister take on the Daleks‘ storyline owing to its premise whereas The Highlanders is another historical episode, but this time with the new doctor. It is also missing in entirety.

The Underwater Menace truly is one giant curiosity. It is silly and ridiculous even, but I have to applaud them in a way for making it so different than your usual Doctor Who story what with all the underwater scenery and the weird visuals and performance artistry even. Very weird.

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Doctor Who Season 4 Review

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The Moonbase is a pretty solid serial which features competent and memorable villains in the Cybermen. It is half-missing, but the two episodes that do exist are quite entertaining and well crafted.

The Macra Terror is entirely missing which is a good thing presumably as the insect Doctor Who storylines are not my cup of tea. The Faceless Ones has identity stealing aliens as villains and although a typical setup, it is the one storyline that works to this day as it doesn’t require great effects.

The Evil of the Daleks only has the second episode available for viewing and it is another one of those dull Dalek storylines which did not interest me particularly.

So all in all, this is one pretty difficult to judge season. Most of these episodes are solid, but none are great. Without the option to see the missing ones, I still cannot judge it accurately though I do think it is slightly better than the previous season. But the Second Doctor thus far does not capture my interest too much.

Worst Serial: The Evil of the Daleks.

Best Serial: The Moonbase.

Worst Episodes: The Underwater Menace Part 2 and The Evil of the Daleks Part 2.

Best Episodes: The Tenth Planet Part 1 and The Faceless Ones Part 3.

My Rating – 3.5

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