Doctor Who: Planet of FireClosed Captioning
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Lanzarote, 1985. Archaeologist Howard Foster raises a strange metal artefact from the sea floor. But how is it linked to the signal the TARDIS received? Why is Turlough suddenly so worried? And why is Kamelion acting so erratically?
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||The Doctor is led by a distress call to the island of Lanzarote where an archaeological dig may have disturbed something alien. Peri, a young American girl, is holidaying on the island with her step-father. When Turlough saves her from drowning she soon finds herself in even greater danger on-board the TARDIS.||24:39||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||On the volcanic planet of Sarn, Turlough finds evidence of an old colony of Trion, his home world. With Turlough and the Doctor away exploring, Peri is left in the TARDIS with Kamelion. Her fear overwhelms Kamelion and he is forced to fully transform to reveal that he is being controlled by the Master. Peri manages to escape but will she be able to find the Doctor and Turlough again?||24:44||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||The Master has been declared a messiah by the Sarns and under his influence they imprison the Doctor in a sacrificial chamber. But why does the Master need Kamelion so much? Perhaps the answer lies in the small black box that Kamelion forces Peri to carry, but she could not have been prepared for what she finds inside it.||24:12||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||A volcanic eruption is threatening to destroy the inhabitants of Sarn, the Doctor manages to stabalise the seismic events but for how long? Turlough faces an agonising decision about whether to contact his home planet of Trion for help, he explains that he was sent away to Earth as an outlaw. Finally, before they can escape, the Doctor must confront the Master.||25:05||$1.99||View in iTunes|
Turlough in Shorts, Peri's Bikini, and the Dapper Ainely OH MY!
This episode was a fanservice thing, in my honest opinion. Full of innuendo and vare bodies! (not a bad thing but THIS IS A FAMILIY SHOW!) You had Peri in her itsy bitsy teeny weenie pale pink bikini, and turlough in a Speedo, which is a traditon with Five's assocaties to show their panties in their swan song story. Can we now appreciate Davison's fine figure in a more revealing outfit? **** YES WE CAN! And not to mention the always charming Anthony Ainley is in a tight suit?
There are children present writers of the past!
Forget plot, (though it was good too!) watch the fanservice!