Time for a trip to Rome in both the past and future as Quadrigger Stoyn returns, though he’s more than a little bit crazy after so long out on his own. This time he’s up against the Fourth Doctor, Romana and… Romana.
“Double trouble” time as we take a moment to catch up with Jo Grant/Jones who’s finding her past might not be what she remembers, or at least that’s what the strange narrating alien is trying to convince her of. But with the help of one Iris Wildthyme, they are going back to the past to prove that it is how she remembers it, old friends and all…
Sorry, but due to some real life issues that have cropped up, we do not have a show to release this weekend.
We’ll be back next Saturday (May 7), and then keeping to our every-two-weeks schedule from then.
Things are getting uncanny as the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe find themselves on a strange planet with oceans made of sand and floating cities. As usual they aren’t alone as Quadrigger Stoyn is with them, and he has been waiting for a very long time for his revenge…
When the Eleventh Doctor gets a message in the middle of deep space, he, Amy and Rory and up dropping the TARDIS into a small bubble universe. Of course on a small living planet nothing is every quite what it should be, including the bitey mad lady that is claiming to be the TARDIS.
Strange things are afoot in the TARDIS, with things popping in and out of existence, decimal points moving around, people that shouldn’t be there or even exist and paintings all around. It’s nothing that Lela and the Fourth Doctor can’t deal with, assuming they can find out what is going on deep inside the ship.
Both the 5th Doctor’s and Nyssa’s pasts catch up with them. Nyssa’s from when she left Helheim to travel again in the TARDIS, and the Doctor’s from before he even left Gallifrey. Paradoxes and timey-wimeyness ensue.
The Untempered Schism goes all the way back to the beginning this week. No, not to The Unearthly Child, but back to The Beginning, where Susan recounts her and her grandfather’s flight from Gallifrey. Except they didn’t flee entirely alone, didn’t make it all the way to Earth the first time, and by the time we catch up with them in Totter’s Lane, the TARDIS is a lot older than anyone thought.
Temporal confusion abounds as the Fourth Doctor and Sara Jane Smith end up in 1911 instead of the present day. Of course it’s more than just bad luck for them as there are robot mummies wondering around, as well as an alien god and a number of traps hiding around the corner.
The Third Doctor and Jo find themselves in the middle of a small problem, having landed on a famous lost ship, which isn’t lost it’s just trapped inside of a Miniscope. The down side is Jo and the Doctor are trapped as well, along with a few other monsters. Not to mention the carny folk outside who are trying to run the show.